Draft Premier League: Gameweek 11 Waiver Wire

Every Fantrax manager knows Waiver Wire acquisitions can make or break your Fantasy EPL season. This article from Gameweek 11 Waiver Wire is here to help managers select the best possible Draft Premier League players, as well as to suggest players potentially target a trade with another manager!

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Gameweek 11 waiver thread targets

Here we outline the Fantasy EPL Gameweek 11 waiver thread targets that are 40% or less registered on Fantrax.

Wout Faes

Position: Defender

Crew: Leicester

Registered: 8%

Next meeting: Crystal Palace (Home)

Outlook: 11.25 points in a 2-1 loss, 5 tackles, 3 AER, 5 clearances and that’s only part of the stat line. The Midlands version of David Luiz had similar spotlight on his arrival as Mr Irrelevant (last pick in the NFL draft) usually does as he was the lone summer signing for Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester. After settling in, the Belgian CB took his place in the center of defense and never looked back. 12 points with a CS last week and a phantom point this week almost make us forget how incredibly bad Leicester are. And during our amnesia, we marvel at what could be with the smoothest few upcoming games a dominant CB could imagine. When we wake up from our oblivion, we realize that we need to curb our excitement. Is it a good DEF3? You bet. Do we trust him? Not yet.

Verdict: I would use a low end waiver request or 1-3 FAB to get it.

Harry Wilson

Position: Midfielder

Crew: Fulham

Registered: 38%

Next meeting: Bournemouth (Home)

Outlook: The former Liverpool man and Championship darling has officially arrived in the Premier League. In a 12-minute appearance, rustier than anything, Wilson came on for Dan James and could do nothing to save Fulham from defeat. I was looking less for a performance than for a few real minutes to excite me and I am. Next weekend, the ‘New Boys Derby’ will present him with a great opportunity to get his feet wet and hopefully pick up some set pieces in the process.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver request or 3-5 FAB to get it.

Goncalo Guedes

Position: Forward

Crew: Wolves

Ownership: 35%

Next meeting: Nottingham Forest (Home)

Outlook: Look, I’m not going to try to convince you that Wolves are good, especially offensively. They’ve scored the same number of goals as Haaland has scored hat-tricks this season. Guedes arrived surrounded by excitement and a lot of FAB was spent on him to finally end up in the under 40% club with us in the waiver article. So why do I recommend it? 2 things: He’s set to face Nottingham Forest at home, and surely a new manager needs to get at least something resembling attacking play and Guedes will be a big part of that. Oh and he takes set pieces.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver request or 3-5 FAB to get it.

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