POSITIONAL RANKINGS 2018/19: FPL Gameweek 11
With so many transfer trends and varying levels of form impacting the strategies of FPL players around the world, ahead of each Gameweek we will be providing our top ten selections in each position (GK, DEF, MID, FOR) for standalone rounds of games. Our player selections will be based purely on our opinion of those players on our watchlist any given week, with may positively sway FPL or Draft players with their own thoughts and decisions heading in to a Gameweek. All aboard.
Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 11 Deadline
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FPL Positional Rankings: Gameweek 11
This week is a pretty standard affair, Man City and Chelsea dominate the rankings across the board. Watford are also strong in their visit to Newcastle, and having recently earned two clean sheets, making them a team with understated team of potential this week.
Everton have a strong home game and have great defensive and midfield options, and Leicester have a strong chance for attacking returns against Cardiff. Arsenal and Liverpool are the big question marks this week, two teams that could very well cancel each other out.
The only other team of note could be West Ham if you are looking for differentials to buffer your team, but if you had Lukasz Fabianski in your team you would be in safe hands.
1: Ederson (MCI) - £5.8mil vs. Southampton (H)
2: Kepa Arrizabalaga (CHE) - £5.5mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
3: Lukasz Fabianski (WHU) - £4.5mil vs. Burnley (H)
4: Jordan Pickford (EVE) - £4.9mil vs. Brighton (H)
5: Ben Foster (WAT) - £4.5mil vs. Newcastle (A)
1: Benjamin Mendy (MCI) - £6.4mil vs. Southampton (H)
2: Aymeric Laporte (MCI) - £5.8mil vs. Southampton (H)
3: Kyle Walker (MCI) - £6.6mil vs. Southampton (H)
4: Marcos Alonso (CHE) - £7.0mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
5: Antonio Rüdiger (CHE) - £5.9mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
6: César Azpilicueta (CHE) - £6.4mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
7: Kiko Femenía (WAT) - £4.2mil vs. Newcastle (A)
8: Adam Masina (WAT) - £4.3mil vs. Newcastle (A)
9: Michael Keane (EVE) - £4.9mil vs. Burnley (H)
10: Fabián Balbuena (WHU) - £4.4mil vs. Burnley (H)
Andrew Robertson (LIV) - £6.4mil vs. Arsenal (A)
Dejan Lovren (LIV) - £4.9mil vs. Arsenal (A)
Virgil van Dijk (LIV) - £5.9mil vs. Arsenal (A)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (LIV) - £5.1mil vs. Arsenal (A)
Hector Bellerin (ARS) – £5.4mil vs. Liverpool (H)
Matt Doherty (WOL) – £4.9mil vs. Spurs (H)
1: Raheem Sterling (MCI) - £11.1mil vs. Southampton (H)
2: Riyad Mahrez (MCI) - £8.6mil vs. Southampton (H)
3: Eden Hazard (CHE) - £11.3mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
4: Ross Barkley (CHE) - £5.9mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
5: Roberto Pereyra (WAT) - £6.4mil vs. Newcastle (A)
6: Gylfi Sigurdsson (EVE) - £7.4mil vs. Brighton (H)
7: Richarlison (EVE) - £6.8mil vs. Brighton (H)
8: James Maddison (LEI) - £7.0mil vs. Cardiff (A)
9: Mohamad Salah (LIV) - £13.0mil vs. Arsenal (A)
10: Sadio Mane (LIV) - £9.8mil vs. Arsenal (A)
Gerard Deulofeu (WAT) - £5.4mil vs. Newcastle (A)
Anthony Martial (MUN) - £7.4mil vs. Bournemouth (H)
Ryan Fraser (BOU) - £6.1mil vs. Man United (H)
Mesut Özil (ARS) - £8.4mil vs. Liverpool (H)
André Schürrle (FUL) - £6.0mil vs. Cardiff (A)
1: Sergio Aguero (MCI) - £11.3mil vs. Southampton (H)
2: Harry Kane (TOT) - £12.4mil vs. Wolves (H)
3: Álvaro Morata (CHE) - £8.7mil vs. Crystal Palace (H)
4: Jamie Vardy (LEI) - £9.0mil vs. Cardiff (A)
5: Aleksandar Mitrovic (FUL) - £6.9mil vs. Huddersfield (A)
Roberto Firmino (LIV) - £9.3mil vs. Arsenal (A)
Alexandre Lacazette (ARS) - £9.8mil vs. Liverpool (H)
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS) - £10.9mil vs. Liverpool (H)
Calum Wilson (BOU) - £6.6mil vs. Man United (H)
Romelu Lukaku (MUN) - £10.8mil vs. Bournemouth (A)
Raúl Jiménez (WOL) - £5.7mil vs. Spurs (H)
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