FPL GW10 Captain
Salah would be the clear Captain pick for GW10 for most – hence we ask our panel to list their choice of Vice-Captain this week too!
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Roses are red
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I’m perma-captaining Salah (12.8)
And I think you should too
In the shock event Salah doesn’t play, I’m backing Alexander-Arnold as vice captain to bring in the points at home to Brighton
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After last weeks hat-trick I’d be surprised if anyone is not captaining Salah (12.8).
If you are looking for a different option then Jamie Vardy plays against his favourite team Arsenal. 11 goals and 1 assist against them and he shows no signs of slowing down.
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Man City dominated Brighton down the right flank, with both Foden and Mahrez scoring from that side. Expect Salah (12.8) to pose a similar threat, easy (C) pick.
Chilwell has scored 3 goals in his last 3 games and looks good for a clean sheet (at least) against a Newcastle side who only managed 2 shots on target and 25% possession last week v Palace. A worthy VC.
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Last week’s shocking demolition job at Old Trafford solidified Salah (12.8) legend.
The punishment that his imperious hattrick inflicted wasn’t limited to a hapless Man United team but extended to all those FPL managers that bet against the Egyptian. His consistency of starts, solid returns and high points ceiling has made him the most-owned player in the FPL history. This means his effective ownership this week will be around 180+%.
While Mo should be locked in on the armband, the vice-captain pick has some solid options including Foden, Chilwell, and Vardy.
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Picking Salah (12.8) as the captain against Brighton is almost a defensive move – chances are most managers are going to do that.
For those out there who are keen on differentials, Foden is the one to go for. The English midfielder is deployed as a false 9 and has started City’s last 4 games. He also has 3 goals and 2 assists in his last 3.
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Mo Salah, after the last-week hattrick, is surely gonna be my captaincy choice this week. He’s got 15 goal involvements in 9 games with an wholesome xG/90 of 0.83 and a great xA/90 of 0.35 with 4.44 Sh/90. He’s up against Brighton, a team which has impressed us this season. But their weak points were exploited by Manchester City and we can hope Salah to do so too.
The best options to consider for vice-captain are De Bruyne, Mount and Chillwell. I’m surely gonna favor Kevin De Bruyne who is surely gonna get a game against the big match against Manchester United. He’s got 4 goals till now in this season and is in search of a big game.
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I don’t like the term ‘fixture proof’ but Mo Salah (12.8) is about as close as you are ever going to get. With returns against Chelsea and Man City, and a hat trick against Man United, The Egyptian King has proved time and time again that he can terrorise any defensive set up. Unless there is ever a clear cut better choice, I will be defaulting to Mo captain for the foreseeable future.
In terms of VC, I’ll be giving it to Antonio, unless I bring in TAA in which case it could well go to him.
If anyone isn’t going Salah (12.8)captain, you’re extremely brave. 10 goals in 9 league games for Salah, and 10 in 2 for Liverpool, show that if you aren’t targeting Liverpool for your captaincy, your rank is at extremely high risk.
Elsewhere, someone who isn’t being talked about enough is Brentford’s Ivan Toney. He has been fairly quiet this season, but against a Burnley side who are still in free fall, there is enough evidence to suggest that Toney is a viable captaincy option, though nowhere near as good as Salah
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I actually got burnt last week when I tried to go differential and went Reece James. Mo Salah (12.8) really is on fire and although Brighton have been defensively solid this season, after conceding 4 last time out against Man City, I can see more goals this weekend.
If the Egyptian King were to be rested, then Reece James as VC is tempting once again, playing against Newcastle. Clean sheet looks likely and with the potential of further attacking returns, James would be on standby for me.
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