Gameweek 12 Tips & £50 Cash Prize Opportunity

Gameweek 12 free to enter £50 game.

Starting 11 has another free to enter £50.00* mini-league prize on offer this weekend. I’m here to bring you tips and hints on how to make the most of your Daily Fantasy Premier League team.

We all love fantasy football and with a lot of us playing in FPL cash games with family, friends and work colleagues, Starting 11 are offering us the chance to win some fresh cash, every weekend!

What makes Starting 11 special is that there are no player price caps or budget restrictions, which allows you to pack a weekly team with as many premium assets as you want, rather than being forced to own less accomplished players from the bottom end of the table.

If you’d like to get involved this week by challenging myself and many other FPL managers from the community, simply create your line-ups today by downloading the free Starting 11 app, which is available on both iOS and Android.

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This Sunday there are SIX teams in action, which are difficult to call.  Who will make your Starting 11?

Below, I (@FPLHints) will show you all my line-up in advance and offer a few thoughts on which premium and differential players I’m considering.

Once you’ve installed the app and are logged in, please head over to the ‘Mini-League’ tab and there you will see FPLTips’ contest for Sunday 10th November.

As mentioned, both the iOS and Android apps are free to download, and the free roll contest is free to join and play so there’s nothing to lose!

Raul Jimenez vs. Aston Villa (H)
Wolves were a side I expected to be challenging for a top 6 position this season, however juggling the Premier League as well as the Europa League has led to a slow start to their 2019/20 season.

They appear to be turning a corner though, undefeated during their last six Premier League games – albeit only one victory during that period, against Champions Manchester City.

It’s no shock that Wolves’ upturn in form has coincided with that of Jimenez, who followed up his two assists vs Manchester City with two goals during the next three games.

This week Wolves play Aston Villa, who have failed to keep a clean sheet during their last six games.

Andy Robertson vs. Manchester City (H)
I wouldn’t want to select a defender when they are playing Manchester City, however I don’t view Robertson as a defender.  He’s more of a quasi-winger with clean sheets as bonuses.

His goal vs Aston Villa last week made it four attacking returns in total this season. To be honest his performances have deserved more – he is still a player I would choose every week and is definitely fixture proof.

He entered the box like a number 10 last weekend to score his first goal of the season, a goal which was assisted by Trent Alexander-Arnold. It highlights once again how attacking Klopp expects his full-backs to be.

Sergio Aguero vs. Liverpool (A)
The Argentina international has  proved he’s a big game player. Well games don’t get much bigger than this one…

Pep Guardiola will have watched Klopp resting the likes of Mane, Firmino and Robertson on Tuesday, then followed suit by ensuring Aguero was fresh for Sunday’s clash.

After scoring 8 goals from the opening 6 Premier League games of the season, rotation has halted his momentum due to the Champions League – however after a rest on Wednesday night we can be confident that he will start against Liverpool.

I’m expecting an exciting game on Sunday, I think Liverpool will win – but I’m expecting goals!

The Full Eleven