Dribble Dream Team
Sky Sports Fantasy Football champion Dan Cox provides us with his Dribble team for this Saturday’s action.
Dan’s team ‘The Chosen One’ beat almost a million others to the £25,000 jackpot last season and he’s now turning his attention to Dribble, the new single matchday fantasy football game, to add to his fortunes.
Here’s who he will be investing in this Saturday…
Yes it seems crazy picking a goalkeeper who is playing against free scoring Manchester City but with it being 6 points for a save then Foster could get a mega score if he manages to make a few saves. Even if he does concede six goals it won’t matter as your not penalised for conceding. Foster has an average score of 31.6 points per game and has made 17 saves this season.
Stones has been fantasy football gold this season. Not just for the six clean sheets that Man City have kept with him in the team but the 643 successful passes he has made this season really racking up the points for him. Especially at 0.10 points a pass. He should be on for a good 6-7 points a game just from passing let alone the 10 points for a clean sheet and I think he has a good chance of that against West Brom this weekend. His average score is 30.7 a game.
I’m hoping for a big weekend from Coutinho. West Ham at home could be the game he delivers. Coutinho has an average score of 43 points per game. He only has two goals and one assist to date but I think he’s due a big haul soon.
Kevin De Bruyne
De Bruyne has been in phenomenal form this season. One goal and six assists in an impressive Man City team. He has another high average score of 40 points per game. Pep has been rotating his team a fair bit but De Bruyne seems to be the mainstay of his team and key man.
I would have picked Aguero or Jesus but you just can guarantee who will start or end up on the bench. Richarlison has been in great form and largely overlooked. Three goals and three assists this season. And he missed two clear chances against Chelsea last weekend. Another great average score of 40 points per game. Stoke at home, I’m predicting some decent attacking points.