GW13 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW12 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW13


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Here’s our GW13 fantasy football tips article where Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW12 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun and outlines his plans for GW13. Andrew finished top 1k in TFF, Sky and FPL plus 15k in Sun in 17/18.

GW13 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW12 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW13

Fantasy Premier League

Weekly score: 62 Overall rank: 3,943

A small green arrow this week mainly thanks to the Liverpool duo of Salah and Robertson. The ever-reliable Alonso and Aguero returned with Fraser looking like a great long-term investment at his price bearing in mind I bought him at 5.5m. Alonso was very unlucky not to score and my double Wolves gamble so nearly paid off which would have seen a further 11 points and huge green but it wasn’t to be this week.

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Transfers and captaincy

My team is looking OK for next week and I have two free transfers with plenty of time to think about my next moves. I am going to write an article over the next week focusing on my plans for the next month or two taking into account the captaincy options and fixture swings incoming.



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Telegraph Fantasy Football

Weekly score: 60 Overall rank: 3,695 Transfers left: 30

A decent week and rank boost although two late transfers did help the tally. The Liverpool boys (Mane aside) did the business with Alonso, Aguero and my exciting new transfer in Sterling also scoring well. The transfers I made (Mane to Sterling and Mitrovic to Richarlison) were long term ones and are basically OOP strikers at good prices within the game. Moving forward I will be making a few more to set me up for the coming weeks within next week’s article.

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Sky Sports Fantasy Football

Weekly score: 62 Overall rank: 458 Transfers left: 27

An OK week and a small green arrow with Robertson, Luiz Aguero and Salah scoring the points for me this week. The Wolves defenders were unlucky not to keep clean sheets and Ryan has a few further games before I consider a keeper shuffle. Richarlison is a season keeper whilst Aguero and Salah are question marks going forward in regard to the their value.

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Transfers and captaincy

As above, next week’s article will lay out the captaincy and transfer plans for the coming weeks.

Sun Dream Team (1)

Weekly score: 47 Overall rank: 131,134 Transfers left: 0/month for November

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Robertson, Luiz, Hazard, Salah and Aguero returned although unspectacularly with Mane and Shaw again huge disappointments. The City defenders should have had a clean sheet but look good options going forward with Lacazatte having a run coming up a few weeks time. The team is struggling at the moment but I am confident it will turn around soon.

Transfers

As above, next week’s article will lay out the transfer plans for the coming weeks.

Sun Dream Team (2)

Weekly score: 50 Overall rank: 2,360 Transfers left: 3/month for November

Very similar to the above team with the extra points from Van Dijk. The United goal stopped a monster week but again the team is set up well for the coming month and with all three November transfers in hand. Mane is on the chopping block!



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Transfers

As above, next week’s article will lay out the transfer plans for the coming weeks.

I will confirm all my transfers on Twitter (My Twitter handle is Fergi222, give me a follow!) by the respective deadlines so keep an eye out.

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2 thoughts on “GW13 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW12 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW13”

  1. Hi Andrew! Just wanted to know your views/tips regarding my team, as of now am in the top 90,000 but have been on a downside last couple of weeks…wildcard still left(plan to use it when festive season is upon us and injuries pile up)…

    Patricio (Hamer)
    Doherty, Alonso, Robertson, Trippier (Wan Bissaka)
    Salah, Mane, Barkley, Pereyra (Billing)
    Aguero, Wilson, Arnautovic

    Planning to use 1 FT with 0 itb transfer out Trippier for maybe stones this week and next week I will have funds to do Pereyra to Felipe Anderson?
    *or maybe Pereyra to Richarlison?

  2. Andrew, I’ve been looking at your team and have a couple of thoughts.

    The first alternative brings in Jimenez, Martial and Duffy for Success, Frasier and Mendy. I won’t go into the underlying stats too much. Jimenez features in the Geek’s list of best value players, Martial had a good history in prior years of performance per 90, he only needed game time (he is an injury risk but you know that), Duffy has attacking points and potential Brighton clean sheets. This is so tasty that one might consider taking a -4 this week to do it, because the good fixtures start now.

    Take a look, all three additions have beautiful fixtures, rated by Geek as 4, 5 and 2 (average of GW13-15 and GW13-18) while Success and Frasier (I ignore Mendy, since he is an automatic drop) are rated 19 and 19.

    Don’t get me wrong, Frasier is a real talent, but nobody is truly fixture proof, he has great stats but his first 13 weeks were easy, he faces Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool in the next 3 weeks. In fact Geek only goes to GW18 but Bournemouth play Spurs and Man U in GW19 and 20; Success might be less of an issue as a bench player but faces Liverpool and Man City in the next 3 weeks).

    The second alternative is bring in David Silva and Alexander-Arnold for Frasier and Mendy. Silva has great underlying stats and Geek has him as the third highest forecasted points for a midfielder. Adding a Liverpool defender is a great substitute for losing a Man City defender.

    Laporte is an alternative, but in my judgement TAA’s attacking returns probably offset Laporte’s possible no rotation and Liverpools clean sheets ought to be very close to City’s – I’d say 12 game weeks is enough time to establish a pattern, both teams have allowed only 5 goals and have 6 and 7 clean sheets). The 1.0£ cost difference is the deciding factor.

    Fixtures for Liverpool and Man City are 9 and 11. Plenty good for the top two teams.

    These formations probably allow saving a transfer next week.

    A final note. Personally, so far I’m keeping Richarlison, but I’d consider letting him go, based on Everton having the worst schedule of all the teams for GW13-18, again per Geek. So far it’s keep him 70%, drop 30%, but if it helps free up £ it may be a good move.

    Also, it seems that having one bench player over 5.0£ isn’t a waste giving the frequency of injuries. My bench is cheap but I’m considering it.

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