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FPL Gameweek 11 Tips: Best Players to Transfer In

FPL GW11 arrives before the third international break of the season, with four of the top five facing each other.

Those fixtures could be tight games, so managers may be on the lookout for some alternative Fantasy Premier Leaue players to deliver the points.

Best Players for FPL GW11

The best players to bring in this week are Heung-Min Son, Reece James and Emile Smith Rowe.

As it stands, the most transferred in FPL players for GW11 are Reece James, Emile Smith Rowe and Conor Gallagher.

PlayerTeamPositionPricePick %GW10 ScoreTotal Points
Heung-Min SonSpursMidfielder£10.2m18%255
Kai HavertzChelseaMidfielder£8.1m8%628
Wilfried ZahaCrystal PalaceMidfielder£6.9m6%840
Reece JamesChelseaDefender£5.8m14%2156
Emile Smith RoweArsenalMidfielder£5.6m15%949
Conor GallagherCrystal PalaceMidfielder£5.7m9%1351
Aaron RamsdaleArsenalGoalkeeper£4.7m9%1039

Heung-Min Son

  • Price: £10.2m
  • Picked by: 18%
  • Fixtures: Everton (a), Leeds (H), Burnley (a)

Son has four goals and is Spurs’ top scorer, in fact he’s the only player in the squad to have scored more than once.

The Korean’s hit 10 shots on target (9th most) and has arguably been Spurs’ best player this season.

Also, with Antonio Conte taking over, he could thrive in the new manager’s preferred 3-5-2 system as he would likely be one of the two forwards.

Plus, Son has received 68 progressive passes (7th most), showing that he gets into advanced positions, and with Kane playing up front along side him he’ll have quality passes played in behind.

Additionally, as a midfielder he scores an extra point for a goal and also collect clean sheet points, which could be more common due to the 3-5-2’s defensive stability.

Kai Havertz

  • Price: £8.1m
  • Picked by: 8%
  • Fixtures: Burnley (H), Leicester (a), Man United (H)

Havertz has been a popular choice in recent weeks, with many even captaining the German in GW9.

In Lukaku’s absence, Havertz has been playing as a false 9, picking up an assist in GW10 to take his total returns to two (one goal, one assist).

In GW11 he faces Burnley, who have conceded 11 goals away from home (second most) and have yet to pick up a win on the road either.

Also, Burnley are conceding 15.5 shots per game, making Havertz a good option this week.

Wilfried Zaha

  • Price: £6.9m
  • Picked by: 6%
  • Fixtures: Wolves (H), Burnley (a), Aston Villa (H)

Palace have been impressive under Patrick Viera, and Zaha is their top scorer with three goals.

Their progressive style has suited the winger, who’s made 18 passes and 16 carries into the penalty area, as well as drawing 28 fouls (2nd most).

He has produced 6 goal-creating actions too and is on penalties, scoring twice from the spot already this term.

With three matches against even opposition coming up it wouldn’t be surprising to see Zaha pick up some points.

Reece James

  • Price: £5.8m
  • Picked by: 14%
  • Fixtures: Burnley (H), Leicester (a), Man United (H)

James is remarkably Chelsea’s top scorer this season, scoring four times and averaging 0.98 non-penalty goals per 90 (the most).

He’s taking 2.2 shots per 90, scoring 44% of shots overall, and is getting into extremely advanced positions as a wing-back.

He is averaging 0.49 assists per 90 too (6th best) and could keep a clean sheet in his next fixture against Burnley, with Chelsea only conceding twice at home all season.

Emile Smith Rowe

  • Price: £5.6m
  • Picked by: 15%
  • Fixtures: Watford (H), Liverpool (a), Newcastle (H)

With his strike against Leicester, Smith Rowe has now scored in his last two games.

He’s an accurate shooter, hitting the target with 64% of shots from 14 overall, scoring three times this season.

His dribbling commits defenders in dangerous areas, with 31 carries into the final third (third most), adding tempo to Arsenal’s attack.

Arsenal have been good at home, boasting the third best home record, taking 17 shots per game at the Emirates, with their next two home games against struggling Watford and Newcastle.

Conor Gallagher

  • Price: £5.7m
  • Picked by: 9%
  • Fixtures: Wolves (H), Burnley (a), Aston Villa (H)

Gallagher is another Palace player that’s caught the eye this season, registering the most attacking returns this season in the team (5 – three goals, two assists).

Also, he’s supplied 41 shot-creating actions (6th most), averaging 4.7 per 90, and 7 goal-creating actions (5th most), averaging 0.8 per 90.

Furthermore, he’s drawn 19 fouls (7th most), winning two penalties this season, earning himself two assists.

Aaron Ramsdale

  • Price: £4.7m
  • Picked by: 9%
  • Fixtures: Watford (H), Liverpool (a), Newcastle (H)

Despite losing their first three games this season, Arsenal are unbeaten since, partly down to the goalkeeping heroics of Ramsdale.

He’s kept four clean sheets (fourth most), scoring the second highest clean sheet percentage in the league (57%).

He’s saved 85% of shots too (second most), conceding only 0.57 goals per 90 (second least).

At £4.7m he is one of the cheapest starting Arsenal defenders, and even if he doesn’t keep a clean sheet he’ll gain plenty of save points.