We love Twitter. But it can be a grim place. One moment you’re looking for information on Wilson’s injury, and the next, your mother is being insulted by a user with a cartoon dog as his profile picture.
That’s where we come in. We dive headfirst into Fantasy Premier League Twitter every gameweek and return with the most helpful advice to set you up for a great gameweek.
The best of FPL Twitter gameweek 6 features a closer look at Isak, interesting facts about City players and some food for thought about tinkering.
Last time out, Southampton shocked Chelsea, Everton held on at Leeds, Liverpool scraped a win against resolute Newcastle and Haaland showed the league he’s not overrated. To come this weekend, yet more London derbies as Chelsea and Spurs take on West Ham and Fulham respectively, a potential six-pointer for managerless Bournemouth away at Forest, and the small matter of a Merseyside derby.
Let’s see what some of our experts in the world of Twitter have to recommend going into a second game in a week for the teams- don’t forget to follow them if you find their info helpful!
Best of Fantasy Premier League Twitter Gameweek 6
First round of Pep roulette…
For those running the dangerous game of choosing 3 city players, Legomane_FPL has a handy chart for the usage of each player so far. With the first double Gameweek upon us, will your nerves hold? Personally, I’m not letting go of Haaland for any price.
Newcastle’s new star?
With Alexander Isak making a tremendous debut hour away against Liverpool- very unlucky to not get two goals- the next run of games looks very promising for the £7.0 million rated forward, as pointed out by FPLFocal. With Wilson out for the next few games and Saint-Maximin and Bruno doubtful for the Palace game, Isak is the one to bank on.
With extra knowledge from the midweek games, RegretFpl notes Rodrigo’s likely long-term injury (just after I transferred him in), Isak’s promising start to PL life and Trent’s comparisons to Robertson. Interesting points, especially when it comes to big chances and chances created.
Too much tinkering?
Interesting tweets from SayedZeesh and sertalpbilal – maybe all of the flip flopping and knee jerking doesn’t actually work? Easier said than done though…
Andy Coates is an avid Newcastle United fan, even before they became the richest club in the world, and has regularly written opinion pieces on the club for several seasons now. To keep up with their recent articles and updates, or to view retweets of left-wing politics follow their Twitter.