Togga Perfect XI | PXI – GW11

The slow start to my Togga PXI season continues. GW10 started off relatively well but kind of fizzled out towards the end, which saw my team finishing 48th for the week in our Fantasy Football Titan featured league. Congrats to FF Fly for topping the table in GW10. With the big teams of Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United doing battle with each other, Liverpool could very well be the team to turn to this week.

  • Stoke vs Leicester
  • Huddersfield vs West Brom
  • Newcastle vs Bournemouth
  • Southampton vs Burnley
  • Swansea vs Brighton
  • West Ham vs Liverpool
  • Tottenham vs Crystal Palace
  • Manchester City vs Arsenal
  • Chelsea vs Manchester Utd
  • Everton vs Watford


Stay Away From

No team in particular

Even with the big teams battling it out, it might still be worthwhile to have some MCI players on your squad given their run of 8 consecutive premier league wins. Both CHE and MUN are shaky which could turn out well for their attacking players.



Take Note

  • Tottenham vs Crystal Palace

CRY are on 4 points after 10 games and without a single clean sheet. TOT should be bulldozing their way through to 3 easy points.


  • West Ham vs Liverpool

It’s ironic that LIV should be the team to look out for. But with the big guns going head to head, don’t be surprised if LIV players are the most reliable this GW.



  1. Hugo Lloris (TOT) – Can’t go wrong. Clean sheet looks good but might not pick up too many points in the saves department.
  2. Jonas Lossl (HUD) – A bit of an alternative pick. Has a home game against WBA with a chance of a clean sheet and plenty of saves. Even after conceding 3 against LIV, he still managed 13 points on the back of 5 saves.



  1. Ben Davies (TOT) – Back in the starting lineup against MUN, he should be in your squad if Pochettino keeps him there.
  2. Kieran Trippier/Jan Vertonghen (TOT) – Trippier is the preferred choice but he was conspicuously absent from the starting lineup against MUN. Vertonghen will be a good alternative if you decide to have more than 1 TOT defender in your lineup
  3. Virgil van Dijk (SOU) – Disappointing against BHA, but a home game against BRN should see him in the double digits again.
  4. Harry Maguire (LEI) – He has been a good addition to the backline this season, and LEI have just conceded 2 in the last 4 games.
  5. Nicolas Otamendi (MCI) – If you believe that MCI can keep ARS at bay.



  1. Christian Eriksen (TOT) – Solid option to get in on the TOT midfield.
  2. Dele Alli (TOT) – The next natural choice behind Eriksen on the TOT bandwagon.
  3. Eden Hazard (CHE) – The in-form player at the moment, it will be quite hard to drop him even with a home game against MUN.
  4. Pascal GroB (BHA) – The lad has been steadily grinding out the points, hitting double digits in his last 3 games. The biggest concern would be him being substituted at half time.
  5. Philippe Coutinho (LIV) – Could be back in the starting lineup to face WHU. Watch out for the midweek game against Maribor and see if he passes his late fitness test.



  1. Kane, Harry (TOT) – He’s back in training and should be back for the game against CRY. The obvious choice but do keep a lookout for the starting lineup on game day.
  2. Mohamed Salah/Firmino (LIV) – Salah would be the preferred choice, but Firmino could be back on penalty duties again.
  3. Richarlison (WAT) – Could work out well against EVE who are currently manager-less.


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FF_Victorious Secret has been holding down a full-time job while juggling his passion for fantasy football for over 10 years. His fantasy football results are mediocre at best, having never won the league but coming close on a couple of occasions. His endeavours in fantasy football mirrors the real-life performance of the team he supports - Liverpool FC

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