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FPL Tuesday review: Neto the top value midfielder

The Scout 16 Dec 2020
Pedro Neto, Wolves

Wolves star has returned more points per million than any other Fantasy player in his position

A fourth goal of the season for Pedro Neto (£5.7m) highlighted his cut-price potential in Fantasy Premier League.

The Wolverhampton Wanderers player's late winner against Chelsea rewarded his 6.9 per cent ownership a total of nine points.

Neto's output has improved in the absence of Raul Jimenez (£8.2m).

He has also scored goals against Southampton and Arsenal in the last five Gameweeks. 

With three assists also to his name this season, Neto now has a total of 64 points.

Neto and Podence goals v Chelsea

In terms of value, Neto is the top midfielder in FPL, returning 11.2 points per million (ppm) spent.

His team-mate Daniel Podence (£5.4m) also scored and returned nine points on Tuesday.

Podence has produced 9.8 ppm, the joint-fifth best total along with Tomas Soucek (£5.0m) of West Ham United.

Chilwell's consistency

Ben Chilwell’s (£6.2m) all-round potential was again evident for Chelsea at Molineux.

The left-back showed why he is the most-owned defender in the game by supplying the assist for Olivier Giroud’s (£6.7m) opener.

Chilwell has blanked in only two of his 10 Gameweek appearances for Chelsea, combining two goals and three assists with five clean sheets.

His average of 6.5 points per match is ranked top among FPL defenders. 

Johnstone frustrates City backers

A defiant display from Sam Johnstone (£4.5m) frustrated Manchester City attackers in Gameweek 13.

The West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper made six saves at the Etihad Stadium, earning four points in the 1-1 draw.

Johnstone’s total of 56 saves is 10 more than any other goalkeeper in 2020/21.

Bonus for De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne (£11.9m) was the second most-selected captain in Gameweek 13, handed the armband by 1.09 million managers.

De Bruyne made five key passes and created two big chances against West Brom, though was unable to score or assist.

However, his creativity still helped him secure two bonus points, a small consolation for his backers.

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