Yesterday we gave you our goalkeeping and defensive Fantasy Football Tips for Gameweek 11, and so it follows that we bring you our midfield and striker tips.
Oh yes – we don’t actually know for certain what this weekend’s Premier League results will be, so there is a minute possibility, just a minute one, that our Fantasy Football tips might not come good for you.
Only Mystic Megson can predict the scores. Everyone knows that.
Onwards, then, with our latest dispatch of Fantasy Football tips…
Fantasy Football Tips, Gameweek 11 – Midfielders
Manchester City bulldozed Norwich 7-0 but look shaky away from home – maybe a trip to struggling Sunderland is what they need to get their travel mojo back mojoing.
Yaya Touré (£9.5m) and and David Silva (£9.4m) both look like rich sources of goals and assists, with sort-of-in-form Samir Nasri perhaps worth a punt at £8m.
It’s tempting to wonder if loading Arsenal trio Aaron Ramsey (£7.1m), Mesut Özil (£10.7m) and Santi Cazorla (£9.6m) all into the same team would bring home the Fantasy bacon over the course of a season.
If they ’emerge triumphant’ from this weekend’s trip to Old Trafford then perhaps it might be time to start considering the ‘triumphant emergence’ of a new Holy Trinity.
The many of you out there with Michu in your team should know that he looks likely to be out for a couple of games, while those of you with Hatem Ben Arfa might have noted that he sat out Newcastle United’s 2-0 win over Chelsea.
So, you know, probably won’t start at Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
Everton’s Ross Barkley, another popular pick, was reduced to a substitute’s role against Spurs but enlivened proceedings sufficiently to suggest that he’ll reclaim his starting berth from Leon Osman at Crystal Palace.
Fantasy Football Tips, Gameweek 11 – Strikers
The in-form Toffees’ trip to bottom-of-the-table Palace might conceivably yield a decent points haul for Romelu Lukaku (£8.1m), that’s if he can stop knocking French goalkeepers out with his knee for just long enough to shoot.
It’s hard to imagine neither of Luis Suárez (£11.7m) and Daniel Sturridge (£10m) ‘notching’ against Fulham at Anfield, while Sergio Agüero (£11.7m) has been joined in scintillating form by teammate Álvaro Negredo (£9.1m).
Can they be the scourge of Sunderland? Yeah, sure.
If you fancy Manchester United v Arsenal to be a total goalfest, you might want to browse Wayne Rooney (£10.9m), Robin van Persie (£13.9m) and Olivier Giroud (£9.3m).
Newcastle United’s Loïc Rémy looks distinctly puntworthy at £7.7m, although the Magpies travel this weekend to a Spurs side that’s tighter than a really, really tight knot.