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FPL: 5 Players To Consider For Gameweek 11


FPL: 5 Players To Consider For Gameweek 11

Gameweek 11 is upon us and we have selected five players that you should consider transferring into your team ahead of the weekend's action!

5. Joachim Andersen - 5.0M, 20% Ownership

Only Kieran Trippier has accumulated more FPL points than Crystal Palace star, Joachim Andersen, this season for defenders and that statistic alone proves why you should think about adding him to your side.

The Danish international has tallied up 54 points this season and he has become instrumental at the heart of the Eagles backline. Palace have only conceded 13 goals in ten matches this season and kept the joint second most clean sheets in the Premier League on four. Furthermore, Andersen has proved to be a threat in the final third from set pieces, registering two goals and one assist, which increases his point potential.

This weekend, Crystal Palace face Burnley at Turf Moor which is a fixture to target. The Clarets have the third worst goal scoring record in the Premier League, with an average of 0.8 per game. They have also failed to score in 40% of their games this season.

4. Mohammed Kudus - 6.5M, 0.4% Ownership

Ex-Ajax star, Mohammed Kudus, has worked his way into David Moyes' starting XI over the last few weeks and because of his influence in attack, I cannot see him being displaced any time soon.

Although Kudus has only started one Premier League game this season, which was in the 1-0 defeat to Everton last week, and played less than 180 minutes of football in the league, we have seen glimpses of just how important he could be to the West Ham side. The Irons have netted in all but one game this season, scoring 1.6 goals per match on average. The attacker also scored versus Arsenal in the EFL Cup this week.

This weekend, West Ham face Brentford on the road and even though they have a solid defence, their record at home is the sixth worst in the league, conceding 1.6 per game on average. The Bees have also conceded in 80% of their home matches this season.

3. Kyle Walker - 5.3M, 16.4% Ownership

Selecting a Manchester City player other than Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez is always a risky move, but Kyle Walker seems to be nailed this season as he has started every game.

The right back has scored the eighth most points in FPL thus far for a defender, hitting 41 points. His side, Man City, boast the best defence in the top flight, conceding only 0.7 goals per game and only conceding 0.5 per game at the Etihad. Additionally, they have kept the joint second most clean sheets in the Premier League, whilst not conceding in half of their home matches.

Walker serves as a differential so that City's fixture versus Bournemouth can be attacked. Whilst on the road, the Cherries concede an average of 2.75 goals per game which increases the chance that Walker gets a goal contribution. They have also scored the joint second lowest amount of goals (eight).

2. Hwang Hee-Chan - 5.5M, 3.8% Ownership

Since being handed a role in the Wolves attack, Hwang Hee-Chan has repaid Gary O'Neill for trusting the versatile forward.

The South Korean star has registered seven goal contributions this season in just seven starts and the XG/XA statistics of 0.43 and 0.22 per ninety speak for themselves. The midfielder in FPL has returned in all of his last four, which includes goals against Man City, Aston Villa and Newcastle. Hwang's overall point tally for the season is 49.

Wolves travel to Bramall Lane on Saturday, where they face a Sheffield United side that are bottom of the table. They have conceded the most goals this season and are yet to keep a clean sheet. Furthermore, the Blades have conceded at least twice in all but one game this season and unfortunately they are the best team to target in FPL.

1. Darwin Nunez - 7.5M, 14.9% Ownership

Darwin Nunez has only started four matches in the Premier League for Liverpool this season, bit he has deservedly worked his way into Klopp's best starting XI. The advantage with owning the Uruguayan, is that even if he does not make the lineup, he can be devastating from the bench.

The number nine has accumulated 47 FPL points this season, netting four times and assisting five goals. Nunez is in excellent form, contributing to a goal in his last seven matches for club and country expected data suggests that this will only continue. The 24-year-old has actually underperformed his XG this campaign, which tells us that he is slightly wasteful in front of goal, yet he is always in the right positions to collect points. His XG and XA per ninety is 1.13 and 0.37!

Liverpool score the joint third most goals per game on average (2.3) and they have scored in every match this season. On Sunday, they face a Luton Town side that have struggled since earning promotion to the top flight. The Hatters concede two goals per game on average and they are yet to keep a clean sheet this campaign. The Reds' quality should prevail this weekend and Nunez is likely to be involved.