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FPL GW11 Transfer Tips: Who Are the Best Picks?

With Man City facing Bournemouth and Liverpool taking on Luton, two big teams are going up against two teams that have conceded 20+ goals.

As a result, many managers are looking to get some of their assets into their teams.

Here are the best players to transfer in for FPL GW11.

Julian Alvarez

Alvarez is almost a guaranteed starter in Manchester City’s lineup, having delivered 9 goals and assists in 10 games.

He has played 86 minutes or more in 8 of those games.

City are facing Bournemouth at home who have conceded the 3rd most goals (21) in the league, with the 2nd worst xGA (expected goals allowed).

It’s worth noting that Alvarez has returned in 2 of the last 4 GWs and is averaging 5.9 points per match, which ranks 3rd among forwards.

Mohamed Salah

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Salah
Liverpool
MID
Starting %
90%
Predicted Points
7.9
Price
£13.5m
Pick %
39.3%
Price
£13.5m
Pick %
39.3%
Transfers In (GW33)
130,716
Points
186
GW33
2
GW32
8
GW31
1
GW30
7
GW28
1
GW27
0
Minutes
2144
GW33
90
GW32
90
GW31
59
GW30
90
GW28
29
GW27
0
Attacking Threat
xG: 3.44
xA: 0.72
xGI: 4.16
xG/90: 0.86
xA/90: 0.18
xGI/90: 1.05
GW34
Fulham
(A)
GW34
Everton
(A)
GW35
West Ham
(A)
GW36
Spurs
(H)
GW37
Aston Villa
(A)
GW38
Wolves
(H)
GW34
Fulham
(A)
GW34
Everton
(A)
GW35
West Ham
(A)
GW36
Spurs
(H)
GW37
Aston Villa
(A)
GW38
Wolves
(H)

Salah is showing no signs of slowing down. He has scored 5 goals in the last 3 games and despite being away from home, the Luton fixture is still one of the best available.

Salah has only failed to return in one match this season, which was against Spurs, and even that match should have had an assist for him if not for a controversial VAR decision.

His xGI per 90 of 1.06 is exceptional, and in the last 3 games, he has been averaging an xGI of 1.22.

With Liverpool’s fixture in mind, Diogo Jota could be another asset managers seek. He’s a cheap alternative coming in at £7.7m.

As per our points predictor, he is predicted to have the 3rd most points this GW11 (5.3), finishing only behind Haaland and Salah.

Kaoru Mitoma

Mitoma has blanked for the last 4 GWs, but one thing that’s working out for him is his spot in the starting 11.

He seems to be immune to De Zerbi’s rotation.

Brighton arguably has the best set of fixtures in the next 3 GWs, facing Everton (a), Sheffield United (H), and Nottingham Forest (a).

His price is also affordable, given the fixtures, offering a budget-ish option at this stage.

Konstantinos Tsimikas

As we mentioned last week, with Robertson’s injury, Tsimikas is his obvious and reliable replacement.

Coming in at just £4.5m, he is a very affordable option playing in a strong defense, offering good clean sheet chances.

As per our clean sheet odds, Liverpool have the 2nd best odds (46%) to keep a clean sheet this GW.

He has already accumulated 12 points in the last 2 GWs with 2 clean sheets already.

Liverpool also has a great set of fixtures until at least GW16, except for the matchup against Man City in GW13.

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