Fuzzy's FPL Favorites - GW6

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Steve Rothgeb takes a look at the FPL landscape ahead of Week 6, touching on players worth buying, selling, avoiding and keeping the faith with.
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Leicester City manager Claude Puel has suggested that Jonny Evans is likely to deputise for the suspended Wes Morgan against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

The Foxes will be without their captain for the visit of David Wagner's side after Morgan was sent off in the 4-2 defeat at Bournemouth last weekend. Puel has both Evans and fellow summer signing Caglar Soyuncu to choose for the clash at the King Power Stadium, but the former is favoured to come into the side. "I am happy with the work of both," Puel said on Thursday. "I think Jonny deserves to play; he is a very experienced player." Leicester is looking to bounce back after being torn up on the counter-attack in the defeat at Bournemouth which leaves them 11th in the table with six points from their first five matches. Marc Albrighton is hoping for a recall following his late consolation strike, but Matty James remains unavailable while he works his way back from an Achilles injury.
Sep 20 - 10:16 PM

Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli returned to training this week but is a major doubt to start against Brighton on Saturday.

The England midfielder sustained a hamstring injury during the international break and missed the club's 2-1 loss to top-of-the-table Liverpool last weekend. While the hope was that Alli would be able to return fully fit to face Brighton, Alli looks to be resigned to a bench role at the very most, according to Mauricio Pochettino. "We still we need to wait until tomorrow [Friday] to assess whether he will be part of the squad. Today was a recovery day for everyone, it's difficult to assess him to see if he is ready or not to play. [On Friday] we will see if it is possible for him to help the team or if we need to wait a few days more to involve him in the competition."
Source: Goal.com
Sep 20 - 3:09 PM

West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini has remained hopeful that Marko Arnautovic will be fit to face Chelsea on Sunday.

The Austrian international was taken off with a knee injury just after the hour mark after recording a goal and an assist against Everton last weekend. However, the winger is not expected to miss much time with West Ham even hoping to have their leading scorer back when they host Chelsea this weekend. "Marko finished with a problem behind his knee against Everton," Pellegrini said. "He’s having some treatment and we will see if he can be fit for Sunday. I think Marko played very well against Everton and we hope he will have recovered for the next game." If Arnautovic is unable to go, Lucas Perez could be handed his first West Ham start as Chicharito recovers from illness.
Sep 20 - 3:00 PM

Erik Durm should be back in contention for Huddersfield Town on Saturday after injury ruled the German defender out of the clash with Crystal Palace.

David Wagner was speaking after his sides disappointing 1-0 home defeat by the Eagles in which he confirmed Durm had "unfortunately" picked up a back problem during the final training session ruling him out of the game. "It looks like it isn't serious. Hopefully he will be back at the beginning of the next week for training." Injury-wise the Terriers are looking pretty good, but Wagner will need to check on Terence Kongolo who, despite picking up an early knock last Saturday, came through 90 minutes. "I think he will be fine." Huddersfield travel to the King Power this weekend, and with no wins on the board, Wagner will be looking to avoid a repeat of the New Year’s Day defeat which saw Leicester cruise to a comfortable 3-0 win.
Source: 90min
Sep 20 - 5:31 AM

Jamaal Lascelles faces a race against time to be fit for the trip to Selhurst Park.

The United skipper rolled his ankle in the warm-up, prior to last weekend's game against Arsenal, but managed to play through the pain barrier in the opening forty-five minutes before finally succumbing to the injury. If the centre-back does miss out, then his replacement on the day - Ciaran Clark – is favourite to come into the side following his late headed goal. Fabian Schär could be added to the matchday squad to provide back-up from the bench. Newcastle find themselves in the relegation zone, and unless results start to pick up quickly, Rafa Benitez’s men could find themselves cut adrift having only managed to secure a single point [0-0 at Cardiff] this season. Florian Lejeune [ACL knee injury] is the only definite absentee heading into game week six but Jonjo Shelvey will be checked again as he struggles to overcome the niggling muscular issue which has kept him off the pitch for over a month.
Source: Daily Star
Sep 20 - 5:03 AM

Dejan Lovren has resumed training after recovering from a pelvic injury that has kept him sidelined since this summer's World Cup.

Lovren was spotted participating in drills at Melwood in Liverpool's first training session since defeating PSG in Champions League action this week. After helping Croatia make it to the World Cup final, Lovren looked poised to partner Virgil van Dijk for the 2018/2019 season more often than not, but two factors are going to make things difficult. For one, Joe Gomez, who has been playing Lovren's spot, has been rock solid thus far, and it will be tough to supplant him. Then, Lovren has the distraction of being involved in a criminal investigation in which he and Croatian teammate Luka Modric allegedly provided a false statement - a perjury charge that carries anywhere from six months to five years in prison. Joel Matip, who has made three straight one-minute cameos in league play, remains the primary backup at center back.
Source: Liverpool FC
Sep 19 - 11:41 PM

Pascal Gross is likely to miss out again this weekend as his recovery from an ankle injury takes longer than initially anticipated.

The Brighton set-piece specialist was a surprise omission from the squad which arrived at Southampton on Monday after he failed to recover from the knock he suffered [vs Fulham] before the international break. "He got a kick in the last game which has ended up a little bit more troublesome than we thought," revealed Chris Hughton. "It’s certainly nothing that is going to be longer term. We’ll look at what progress he makes over the next week but certainly it’s not one that is going to keep him out for a number of games." The Seagulls made a single change at St Mary’s with Mali Bissouma replacing the German, and the Brighton boss may be tempted to stick with the same XI following a 2-2 draw. Florin Andone won’t be too far away after his run out for the under-23s while Jose Izquierdo has also returned to training following a recent knee problem.
Source: The Argus
Sep 19 - 10:29 AM

Antonio Valencia will not be risked in the Champions League on Wednesday evening, but Jose Mourinho confirms Luke Shaw is in line for a recall.

The United manager revealed that the club captain was the only player missing from the squad as he needed to be protected from the Young Boys’ Stade de Suisse surface because of his clinical situation. "His knee is not a knee that needs an artificial pitch." Despite being medically cleared to play at Watford, Luke Shaw did not travel with the squad to London last weekend, however, Mourinho has confirmed the full-back will feature tonight. Marcus Rashford, who is currently serving a domestic ban, is also pencilled in for a place in the XI while Romelu Lukaku, Juan Mata, Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial will compete to fill the remaining attacking places. Following 90 minutes for the development side on Friday, Diogo Dalot "has a chance" to play his first competitive game for the club having recently recovered from knee surgery.
Source: The Mirror
Sep 19 - 10:27 AM
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