In this FPL Gameweek 10 team reveal article, FPL Matthew reviews Gameweek 9 and shares his thoughts going into Gameweek 10.

With three top 500 finishes and a further six top 10k finishes, FPL Matthew writes his article every Gameweek. He details his team selection, captain and transfer plans exclusively for Fantasy Football Hub members.

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FPL Gameweek 9 Review

A crazy roller coaster of an FPL week!

When the Chelsea game finished and my only coverage was the rotated-out Andreas Christensen (£5.1m) I really feared the worst, but then Phil Foden (£8.1m) exploded into life, Tino Livramento (£4.3m) scored (and could have had more!) and then my captain Mohamed Salah (£12.9m) did unspeakable things at Old Trafford.

It was another week when, as talked about in my article update, I ended up making a late move to bring in Jamie Vardy (£10.8m) for Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.5m). The move failed to pay any dividends, with the Leicester man withdrawn at half-time with 1 point due to some sort of injury problem.

I ended up with my second ton of the season, a score of 104 points, which improved my rank considerably, moving from 61k to 25k and continuing my pleasing start to the season.

Here was my performance in full:

FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

Matthew's Gameweek 9 points

Preview - FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

Here is the Hub Fixture Ticker for the next four gameweeks. It's ordered from best to worst by opponent difficulty (the traditional fixture ticker view):

FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

Hub Fixture Ticker - next four

Current Squad - FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

This is how I'm currently set up heading into Gameweek 10, prior to making any transfers:

FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

Matthew's current Gameweek 10 line-up


As you can see, I have Emmanuel Dennis (£5.2m) suspended this week as well as a couple of early injury doubts in Raphinha (£6.7m) and Jamie Vardy (£10.8m), but aside from those I am in reasonably good shape so far.

Key Stats Ahead of Gameweek 10 - FPL Team Reveal

Now, let's look at some key player and team stats for the last six gameweeks, highlighting some notable statistics, to get an idea of how things are going.

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The Top Players From Gameweek 4-9

Here are the top players for Gameweeks 4-9 sorted by expected FPL points. The table also highlights some other notable statistics and I have also highlighted those teams which are currently high on the Hub Fixture Ticker for the next four gameweeks.

Best players - last six gameweeks

It's fair to say that Mohamed Salah (£12.9m) is on another level, across the key metrics here. Aside from Salah, Phil Foden (£8.1m) and Diogo Jota (£7.5m) are both looking very good value at the moment - I have recently swapped one of these for the other, so I'm not sure how to feel about that!

The Top Teams From Gameweek 4-9

Here are some key team stats, sorted by total shots in the box and I have again highlighted some notable stats, as well as the teams at the top of the Fixture Ticker.

Top teams - last six Gameweeks

Here, we can see that Liverpool and Manchester City are unsurprisingly dominating the attacking stats. Bubbling under are the likes of Manchester United (surprisingly), Arsenal, Chelsea and Leicester

My Most Wanted List - FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

This is where I identify the FPL players who I am currently most considering bringing into my team. I'll also highlight who might make way for them.

I update this list each week and this helps me to formulate a rough mental shortlist of potential moves.



Out-list: None


Ben Chilwell (£5.8m) - another high risk pick as he hasn't been in the team for long, but also high potential rewards as he continues to look great going forward

New: Reece James (£5.5m) - emerging as another high risk, high upside option in the Chelsea defence

New: Antonio Rüdiger (£5.8m) - if the two above are too much risk for you, then here is a safer but more boring option


Out-list: possibly Andreas Christensen (£5.1m) - who is a rotation risk (like most Chelsea defenders) but with limited attacking threat


Bryan Mbeumo (£5.6m) - playing in an advanced position, he looks good value now that Brentford's fixtures have brightened up. Unlucky not to have scored more points so far. Note that he is currently a doubt himself though, with a minor injury

New: Emile Smith Rowe (£5.5m) - another value option alternative

New: Diogo Jota (£7.5m) - I'm reluctantly bringing him back onto my radar having recently sold - like many of the better options, he comes with risk though

Out-list: Saïd Benrahma (£6.5m) - his returns have dried up in recent weeks and West Ham's fixtures are not great, possibly Raphinha (£6.7m) depending on his injury prognosis

Removed: None


Ivan Toney (£6.5m) - the other half of the Brentford attacking duo, either are good value right now I feel

New: Hee-Chan Hwang (£5.7m) - looks another great value enabler, with decent fixtures too

Removed: Romelu Lukaku (£11.7m) - as he's currently injured

Out-list: possibly Jamie Vardy (£10.8m), again depending on his fitness, possibly Emmanuel Dennis (£5.2m) who is suspended this week, although he's not doing too bad either

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Transfer Plans - FPL Gameweek 10 Team Reveal

I will have one free transfer and £1.8m in the bank this week.

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