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FPL Gameweek 12: Bernardo Shines, Cole Emerges
- Updated: November 11, 2023
As Gameweek 12 of Fantasy Premier League unfolds with the anticipated clash between City and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the FPL Scout Report provides valuable insights into potential game-changers and strategic picks for fantasy managers.
City, riding high after an emphatic 6-1 victory over Bournemouth, is set to face a resilient Chelsea side buoyed by their recent 4-1 triumph over Tottenham Hotspur. The top-of-the-table encounter promises to be a tough test for both teams.
In the spotlight for Fantasy managers is Bernardo Silva (£6.3m), who enters Gameweek 12 in stellar form. The midfielder’s standout performance in the previous gameweek, with two goals against Bournemouth, earned him a season-high 14 points. Combined with a recent assist against Manchester United, Bernardo has amassed an impressive 21 points in the last two gameweeks. His all-round influence on City’s attack is evident in the underlying numbers, ranking second only to Jeremy Doku (£6.6m) in the team. With three shots on target, six key passes, and three big chances created, Bernardo Silva emerges as a key figure in City’s FPL landscape.
Meanwhile, Cole Palmer (£5.0m) stands out as Chelsea’s in-form player, boasting three goals and three assists in his five starts for the Londoners this season. The midfielder’s contributions make him a compelling differential for fantasy managers seeking a strategic edge.
For those looking beyond the conventional picks, FPL managers may consider low-owned assets with strong form and favorable fixtures. West Ham United’s Mohammed Kudus (£6.5m), coming off a goal, an assist, and 11 points in the previous gameweek, presents an appealing option. Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah (£5.6m) also emerges as a differential, facing a Burnley side that has conceded at least twice in their last four successive matches.
As Fantasy managers navigate their squads for Gameweek 12, the FPL Scout Report offers valuable insights into key players, differentials, and potential impact-makers. Stay informed and make strategic decisions ahead of the November 11 deadline to optimize your FPL squad for the upcoming challenges and opportunities in the Premier League.
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By- Sahiba Suri