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Gameweek Eleven Preview: Graphical Aid

With ten fixtures down, the Premier League is now more than a quarter of the way through the 2015/16 season. In two weeks an international break will once again dominate the football landscape, the last of such before a packed Christmas period. Currently observing the calm before an inevitable storm, The Hype Train runs down the big hitters for GW11 in the Fantasy Premier League with our 11th edition of our Graphical Aid.

Left-field thinking...

Each and every week on the Hype Train we attempt to unearth the beast FPL differentials. By no means are they always right, and neither do we claim divinity over our choices, but it's proven a more-than-useful exercise when thinking about what could potentially make your team stand out each week. The criteria is simple. A player must have less than 5% ownership to be counted as a 'wildcard' player.

To read our latest Wildcard attempt, click here or on the picture of Marcos Rojo below.

What are we expecting to happen this weekend?

More of the same. Chelsea to struggle. Leicester and West Ham to keep up the good early season form. Newcastle, Sunderland, and Villa to go through another weekend of misery. Man City to rout Norwich, and Arsenal to struggle at Swansea.

The transfer deadline reverts back to a more familiar time of day - Saturday 31st October at 11.45am (UK time). Also returning is the BPL's three day format, so FPL players will have to wait until the early hours of Tuesday morning for GW11's final standings. The Hype Team will be around this weekend to provide live FPL coverage throughout the weekend over on our Twitter account - @RealHypeTrain - with live FPL score charts and updates from the Premier League.

Until then, muse over our Weekly Hype page, and we wish your teams the best for the upcoming GW11


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