After a boring week of International football . All thats left is for us Irish to hope that Ireland can beat Denmark tonight so we qualify for the World Cup, other than that it’s back to business. Half the England starters didn’t play due to ”picking up an injury” which suited FPL owners fine as they should be fit to start this week. Manchester United top the table this week with a 60.33% chance of keeping a clean sheet against Benitez’s Newcastle.[table “157” not found /]
Manchester United take on Newcastle this week. The Red Devils have yet to concede a goal at Old Trafford in the league this season. 5 games and 5 clean sheets. It’s no surprise to see them top of the table with a 60.33% chance of keeping their immense record going.
A Liverpool defender wouldn’t be so bad this week as Southampton travel to Anfield. Southampton have been struggling for goals this season. Liverpool have been quite solid defensively at home so far in the league. A sentence I never thought I would type. They’ve only conceded 1 goal at home against Burnley. They have a 47.34% chance to keep a clean sheet.
There hasn’t been many goals when Burnley have played at home this season. They played 5 games and have scored 3 goals and conceded 2. A snooze fest for the neutral, but for Mee/Ward owners it’s ideal. Swansea have been terrible so far this season and only Crystal Palace are out doing them for the ‘Who’s the most shit award’. Burnley have a 45.71% chance of keeping it tight at the back again.
Leicester come up against Premier League favorites Manchester City. City have been in incredible form and bookies seem to think they’ll run away with the league. It’ll be a tough task for Leicester to keep a clean sheet against Aguero and Co. They only have a 10.39% chance of keeping the blues out.
Everton may have somehow won against Watford but, defensively they are a shambles. Jags and Williams will seriously struggle against the pace of Zaha. Everton have not managed to keep a clean sheet away from home so far this season. They have a 31.62% chance of keeping Crystal Palace at bay.
David Moyes is back in the Premier League! Already filling Hammers fans with confidence by saying if it doesn’t work out that he’ll move elsewhere after summer.Classic Moyes. West Ham travel to Watford a tough first game for Moyes. Richarlison will be a big threat to the West Ham defence. It’s no surprise they have just a 24.32% chance of keeping a clean sheet.