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Premier League Fantasy Football Tips: Round 11

Round 11 of the Premier League begins with a lunchtime game between Bournemouth and Manchester United tomorrow. That fixture is one of eight taking place on Saturday, meaning a busy daily fantasy round at Superbru, before two games take place on Sunday. Here's your weekly look at our predicted goals data to assist with your fantasy selections.

Using the average taken from the thousands of picks to have been made in our main game - the Premier League Predictor - we're able to provide you with a 'predicted goals' tally for each team in every round of the competition and we believe this can come in handy when choosing between certain players for your fantasy points. Here's how the data is looking ahead of this weekend.

Round Eleven: Predicted Goals (PG)

After what happened to Southampton last week, it's no surprise to see their Round 11 opponents topping the PG chart this week! Manchester City are of course almost always top of the charts anyway but their tally arguably would be seen by some to be conservative for this round with the community expecting them to score 3 or 4 goals against the Saints.

Elsewhere, Liverpool and Chelsea are expected to win fairly convincingly away from home, Brighton have been tipped to score goals against Norwich, and all four teams playing on Sunday are expected to score.

Round Eleven: Players to Consider

With the above data and notes in mind, here are my tips for this weekend's action. The players I mentioned last week - Tielemans, Martial and Connolly - all performed well which was nice to see and I think they all remain good options in Round 11. However, if you're still in need of some fresh ideas, here's who I'm looking at for this round specifically.

Tammy Abraham
Now, I'm aware that Abraham is more obvious than most of the players I raise in these articles, however, I think it's important to note that he's now suddenly looking like one of few Chelsea players that is almost certain to start Premier League games. With Christian Pulisic starting to perform well for the Blues, it's become harder to predict who will start on the wings between him, Hudson-Odoi and Willian. As a result, if you're after a fairly permanent Chelsea attacker for your team, Abraham looks best (he's also got an encouraging looking fixture this weekend against Watford away).

Neal Maupay
Just like Connolly who I talked about last week, Maupay is part of Brighton's exciting forward line. The Frenchman looks to be the Seagulls' main man up front this season and with Norwich visiting the Amex this weekend, the Superbru community are expecting goals. Again, if looking in terms of your full 11-man Superbru fantasy team, Maupay feels less vulnerable to rotation than any other forward at Brighton.

Benjamin Mendy
Given the above charts, I can't really not mention a City player this week! Yes, KDB and Sterling remain the standout Manchester City options, but Mendy has become very noteworthy in recent weeks now that he's fully fit and Zinchenko is not. For the first time in a long time, we can feel fairly certain that Mendy will start games - that's rare for a City defender and could be a pathway to clean sheet points and some attacking returns.

Best of luck to you all with your fantasy teams this weekend.