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Learn from the best in the game with an elite 11 team reveal, the most advanced team reveal available. Elite 11 offers real-time updates and push notifications to track every move. The combined elite 11 managers boast an impressive ranked history. Doubling upon Man City's defense paid off for a second week running after they restricted Bournemouth to just three shots and 0.15 expected goals figures, which each ranked bottom during the game week.

Reese James spent the majority of the London Derby man-marking stint but found a late goal after being let off the leash towards the end of the match. He directly contributed to both of the deemed big chances that Chelsea had against Bursts. Scoring for a third successive premier league match gabrielle martinelli was unfortunate not to add an assist to his name against Leicester.

No teammate fashioned as many of his four attempted assists. Gabrielle Jesus stole the limelight from Merlin Harland up front, playing a direct hand in all four Arsenal goals against the foxes. No player during the game week took as many as his seven shots, while only Wilfred Zaha could equal the Brazilians' three big chances.

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So let's look ahead to the transfer plans ahead of Saturday's game week 3 deadline. With two free transfers available and a million in the bank, it's time to make some changes. The two-week punt on Baily hasn't worked out, and he's got to go, but I'm not overly compelled by any of the replacement options.

On the watch list, I mentioned Pascal Gross, who I don't mind as a punt using only one transfer. Rodrigo's price rise rules him out for me with two transfers. Then Brian Modomo becomes an option if I downgrade Bailey to a 4.5 midfielder and use the cash to upgrade Sam Greenwood. Joshua Silva is understandably proving a popular replacement at just 4.6 million and has scored in each of the first two matches.

I'm extremely skeptical of buying him as a player to use in the starting eleven given that he scored from only two shots in total, both of which were from outside the box, and David De Gea especially should have done better with his effort against Man United. But I don't mind the idea of bringing him in as a bench option to take advantage of a price rise or two and free up funds from Bayley.

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Doing so would give me 5.4 million to spend on a defender upgrade, bringing Kukureya or Zinhenko into consideration. But the target that I think has the highest ceiling if he gets the game time is Ivan Perisic. In 35 minutes so far this season, he's taken three touches in the opposition penalty area and fashioned two attempted assists with a 0.35 expected assist figure.

His contribution from the bench against Chelsea after Cecilia had struggled before him boosts his chances of earning a first start against Wolves this weekend. It could well end up being a short-term point, with the quick turnaround between gameweeks four, five, and six likely to cause problems for a player lacking fitness, but I think the rest of the squad is set up well enough to take that gamble, especially given the lack of standout alternatives to bring in instead.

It would be a shame to lose Nico Williams after the impressive performance he put in against West Ham. four shots two attempted assists and an expected goal involvement figure of 0.9, up next is Everton, who haven't exactly been prolific in front of goal. just three teams have a lower expected goals figure across the opening two games, for that reason.

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I'll be waiting right up until the last minute on probabilities in the hopes of getting clues from Antonio Conte's press conference and potentially early team news. If there are significant doubts on his starting chances against Wolves, I wouldn't mind giving Nico Williams the start and rolling the second free transfer.

So my plan is to do Bailey to the silver tonight and then most likely Nico Williams to Perisic later in the week. Here's how the team would line up after those potential changes. Edison is in search of a third consecutive clean sheet where Newcastle host the reigning champions on Sunday. Eddie Howe's side produced a 0.18 expected goals figure against Brighton last week, with only Bournemouth, who faced Man City, fairing worse.

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There are question marks over Andy Robertson's fitness after he was hooked on the hour mark against Crystal Palace. Liverpool have considered the first goal in each of their last six Premier League matches. I can see the appeal of downgrading him if you want to put more funds into the Bailey replacement, but I'm still backing Jurgen Klopp's side to fix themselves with an attractive schedule to come an ounce of sorts with my United side next and then meetings with Bournemouth.

Newcastle. Everton, and Wolves in the four matches that follow, three of those at Anfield. Lucas Diaz's owners have had the early advantage, but I don't think it's worth using two transfers to swap to him at this point. Alexander Arnold carries less of a concern after an impressive attacking display against the Eagles which saw him fashion five attempted assists, two of which were big chances created.

Manchester United have failed to score against Brighton and Brentford so far this season and are ranked 14th for expected goals. I've seen just about enough of Pedro Neto to hold him for his upcoming ties against Newcastle, Bournemouth, and Southampton, but I may well bench him in favour of Andreas Pereira this weekend.

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Against Fulham, Neto created a big chance that was missed by Pendence, and even found himself with a clear sight of goal but opted to take an extra touch rather than get the shot away. Andreas has been Fulham's most advanced player on average in the opening two weeks, with no teammate attempting as many as his 26 passes in the final third or his 10 crosses.

Renford conceded an average of 2.1 goals per game on the road in the second half of last season, with only Man United, Southampton, and Everton faring worse. Earning Harrison was fairly quiet by his standards against Bournmouth, making just two passes all game, one of which was to put El Kagundu through for his goal.

He had the chance to cut the ball back to Harrison for what would have been a tap-in but instead opted to go for the goal himself. Newcastle were fairly fortunate to keep a clean sheet away at Brighton. No side considered more than their seven shots on target in Gameweek Two, and only Liverpool, Chelsea, and Leicester gave up more than their three big chances.

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There's an interesting debate on captaincy with Harlan. Jesus, and Salah are all tempting options, as well as the spur premiums. If you have them, it's difficult to judge Bournmouth too harshly after a four-nil defeat to Manchester City. They kept a clean sheet at home to Aston Villa and have allowed just two big chances so far this season, with only Brentford and Manchester City conceding fewer.

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