With AFCON 2021 down to its final eight teams, current world #5 Robbie previews the quarter-finals and shares his favourite player picks in AFCON Fantasy for MD5.


AFCON Quarter-finals Preview

Day 1:
1. The Gambia πŸ‡¬πŸ‡² vs. πŸ‡¨πŸ‡² Cameroon. My prediction is a 1-2 in favour of the hosts Cameroon.
2. Burkina Faso πŸ‡§πŸ‡« vs. πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡³ Tunisia. My prediction is 0-1 in favour of Tunisia.

Day 2:
1. Egypt πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬ vs. πŸ‡²πŸ‡¦ Morocco. My prediction is 1-2 in favour of title contenders Morocco.
2. Senegal πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡³ vs. πŸ‡¬πŸ‡Ά Equatorial Guinea. My prediction is 1-0 in favour of unbeaten Senegal, who are yet to concede a single goal.

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Despite high expectations and good underlying stats, we have seen too many low scoring games that I wouldn’t dare to predict high scoring games, but some things I guess could happen:

These games: πŸ‡¬πŸ‡² vs. πŸ‡¨πŸ‡² and πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬ vs. πŸ‡²πŸ‡¦ could be higher scoring games than πŸ‡§πŸ‡« vs. πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡³ and πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡³ vs. πŸ‡¬πŸ‡Ά


AFCON Tournament Odds & Favorites

Things have changed a bit since before the tournament, and as it stands now, Senegal are the biggest favorites according to bookmakers, followed by hosts Cameroon, Morocco, and Egypt. @OptaAnalyst has SEN, EGY, MAR, and Tunisia with the highest chances to win the tournament.

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AFCON Quarter-Finals Odds

As predicted, Cameroon & Senegal are huge favourites against Gambia & Equatorial Guinea, respectively. Tunisia & Morocco are slight favourites v Burkina Faso & Egypt. But, as we’ve seen so far, surprises can happen. A good defense can get you to a penalty shootout & then who knows what can happen.Image

Transfers Rules for QF

As you all know, we get eight free transfers for each round for the quarter-final, semi-final and final. You also can have more players from each team now:

  • QF: 4 players per team
  • SF: 8 players per team
  • Final: 12 players per team

Teams to Target

Based on odds, next opponent if the team wins in the QF and road to the final, this is my rank of teams which you can target to get your players:
1. Senegal
2. Cameroon
3. Morocco
4. Tunisia
5. Egypt
6. Burkina Faso
7. Equatorial Guinea
8. The Gambia

Note: The higher the rank, the more players you should target.

 

Players to Target

This time I will break down the players from each team in these categories:
🟒 Must  (1-2 players from each team)
πŸ”΅ Can (0-1 player from each team)
🟣 Ultra differentials (0-2 players in your team)

 

Senegal πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡³

Important stats:

  • Goals conceded = 0
  • xGoTC (Expected Goals Conceded from Shots on Target) = 0.7
  • SoTf (Shots on Target faced) = 4

Senegal have scored three goals so far (one penalty) but have also conceded zero goals in the tournament, being the only team to do so. In the first four games, the Senegalese keepers have only faced four shots on target. Their opponents in the quarter-finals, Equatorial Guinea, only have eight SoTf and 1.3 xGoTC. It is recommended to target 3-4 defenders/the keeper and optionally a midfielder or forward from the team.

 

Sadio Mané 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €11.9M
πŸš€ Ownership: 47%
πŸ”„ Total points: 31 (7.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 goals, 4 shots on target, and 6 key passes
His non-penalty xG (npxG) of 1.14 and expected assists (xA) of 0.39 from open play is a team-high. ManΓ© is also Senegal’s talisman and their primary penalty taker.

 

Bouna Sarr 🟒
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €6.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 34%
πŸ”„ Total points: 31 (7.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 6 key passes, 25 duels won, 8 shots (1 on target), 2 chances created, and four tackles won
Bouna Sarr’s eight shots are the highest in the team, tied with ManΓ©, and one shot on target is second in the team with seven others. His npxG of 0.56 is fourth, and xA of 0.29 from open play is third for the team.

 

Cheikhou KouyatΓ© πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 8%
πŸ”„ Total points: 20 (6.7 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 17 duels won, 4 interceptions, 3 tackles won, and 1 key pass
KouyatΓ© is an OOP player. Listed as a defender but he mostly played as a defensive midfielder in the first three games. He missed the fourth game against Cape Verde because of suspension.

 

Kalidou Koulibaly πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €6.6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 20%
πŸ”„ Total points: 15 (7.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 key passes, 11 duels won, 5 CBI, 9 ball recoveries and 2 chances created
Koulibaly has shown why he is Senegal’s best defender in the two games he has played after missing the first two because of covid.

 

Saliou Ciss 🟣
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 2%
πŸ”„ Total points: 27 (7.7 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 4 key passes, 21 duels won, and 2 chances created
Ciss is the cheaper version of Bouna Sarr. He has fewer shots and is more of a chance creator.

 

Ismaïla Sarr 🟣
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €9M
πŸš€ Ownership: 3%
One of Senegal’s brightest talents, Sarr is back in the squad after recovering from an injury. Although he might not start right away, Senegal surely missed him and his creativity. I can see him coming on and making a direct impact against Equatorial Guinea.



Cameroon πŸ‡¨πŸ‡²

Important stats:

  • Goals scored = 9
  • xGoTC = 5.5
  • SoTf = 17

Cameroon is the team with the best-attacking stats and the worst defensive stats among the quarter-finalists. Don’t expect a cleansheet here. Opponents Gambia only have nine SoTf and 2.1 xGoTC but can be another challenge for Cameroon. I recommended getting 3-4 midfielders/forwards and possibly a keeper or defender from the team.

 

Vincent Aboubakar 🟒
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €9.3M
πŸš€ Ownership: 55%
πŸ”„ Total points: 42 (10.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 6 goals, 1 assist, 6 key passes, 18 duels won, 3.04 npxG, 19 shots, 10 shots on target, and 5 chances created
Aboubaker has been the best player of the tournament so far, scoring six goals. He is also Cameroon’s talisman and penalty taker.

 

Karl Toko Ekambi 🟒
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €10.9M
πŸš€ Ownership: 17%
πŸ”„ Total points: 24 (6 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 3 goals, 10 shots, 5 shots on target, 4 chances created, and 1.41 npxG

Attacking from the left side, Ekambi has thrived as the leading goalscorer after Aboubakar in the team as well as the tournament (tied with Gabadinho Mhango and Ibrahima KonΓ© – both eliminated).

 

Moumi Ngamaleu πŸ”΅
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €8.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 4%
πŸ”„ Total points: 18 (4.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 assist, 8 key passes, 5 chances created, 1.5xA from open play, 5 shots, and 2 shots on target
Ngamaleu has been dangerous on the right flank, creating a lot of chances. If you need another Cameroon attacker, he could be the one.

 

Collins Fai πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5.7M
πŸš€ Ownership: 14%
πŸ”„ Total points: 18 (4.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 assists, 4 key passes, 2 chances created, 0.47 xA from open play, 18 duels won, and 10 CBI
Fai is an important part of Cameroon’s setup as both full-backs are very attacking. Fai is the more attacking full-back than Tolo.

 

Nouhou Tolo 🟣
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 9%
πŸ”„ Total points: 17 (4.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 assist, 25 duels won, and 12 CBI
He is slightly cheaper than Fai and tends to randomly burst forward in the attack, like in the case of his assist in the first game.

 

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting 🟣
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €6.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 6%
πŸ”„ Total points: 6 (1.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 key passes and 3 shots
Choupo-Moting hasn’t really made his mark in this tournament till now. If he doesn’t start, and Cameroon has trouble breaking a stubborn Gambia defense, I can see him coming in and making an impact.

Morocco πŸ‡²πŸ‡¦

Important stats:

  • Goals scored = 7
  • xGoTC = 2.9
  • SoTf = 7

Morocco has good attacking stats combined with good defensive stats. SoTf is third-lowest among teams in the quarter-finals (behind Tunisia and Senegal). They are also fifth for xGoTC. Opponents Egypt have a high SoTf and xGoTC, but they also have Salah, who is always a big threat. I recommend getting 1-3 midfielders/forwards and 1-3 defenders or the keeper.

 

Achraf Hakimi 🟒
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €7.4M
πŸš€ Ownership: 59%
πŸ”„ Total points: 36 (9 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 goals, 4 key passes, 28 duels won, 8 shots, 6 shots on target, and 0.88 xA from open play
Hakimi is second in the team in total shots and leads for shots on target. The Moroccan right-back has created havoc for the opponent’s defensive line, scoring two goals.

 

Sofiane Boufal 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €9.1M
πŸš€ Ownership: 31%
πŸ”„ Total points: 29 (7.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 goals, 1.98 npxG, 11 key passes, 10 chances created, 29 duels won, 10 shots, 4 shots on target, 0.64 xA from open play

Boufal is the creative brain behind the team’s attack, and his two goals are proof he is one of the better players in the tournament.

 

Selim Amallah πŸ”΅
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €7.2M
πŸš€ Ownership: 6%
πŸ”„ Total points: 27 (6.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 2 assists, 7 key passes, 5 chances created, 6 shots, 1 shot on target, 26 duels won, and 5 CBI
You could think of Amallah as Boufal lite. In reality, he isn’t that far behind Boufal but comes in at a much lower price.

 

Romain SaΓ―ss πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 23%
πŸ”„ Total points: 18 (4.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 15 duels won, 7 CBI, 5 shots, 1 shot on target, and 1.99 npxG

Morocco’s captain and centre-back, SaΓ―ss, is very involved on set pieces for the team. His xGnp is the highest in the team.

 

Ryan Mmaee 🟣
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 2%
πŸ”„ Total points: 2 (2 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 37 minutes, 1 key pass, 1 chance created, and 1 shot
Ryan Mmaee has played only 37 minutes so far after an injury setback at the start of the tournament. Mmaee was impressive in his short cameo, and even if he doesn’t start against Egypt, he could play a significant role coming off the bench.

 

Youssef En-Nesyri 🟣
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €9.6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 8%
πŸ”„ Total points: 10 (3.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 7 shots, and 3 shots on target
Scoring in the last match can really boost a striker’s confidence, especially in a season where he has battled injuries.

Tunisia πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡³

Important stats:

  • Goals conceded = 2 (1 penalty)
  • xGoTC = 0.6
  • SoTf = 3

Tunisia has been one of the best defensive teams so far. Their xGoTC and SoTf is the best in the tournament. Quarter-final opponents Burkina Faso have 12 SoTf & 2.9 xGoTc, the third-worst among quarter-finalists. I recommend getting 1-3 defenders/keeper and 1-3 midfielders/forward from the team.

 

Wahbi Khazri 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €8.2M
πŸš€ Ownership: 15%
πŸ”„ Total points: 20 (6.7 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 goals, 1 assist, 9 shots, 5 shots on target, 3 key passes, and 2 chances created
Khazri had a memorable matchday 2 with two goals and an assist before missing the final game of the group stages with covid and only came on as a sub in the round of 16. The Tunisian captain and talisman is leading by example and is also the primary penalty taker although he did miss a crucial one in the first match against Mali.

 

Seifeddine Jaziri 🟒
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €6.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 20%
πŸ”„ Total points: 12 (3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 5 shots, 2 shots on target, 3 key passes, 3 chances created, and 16 duels won

Jaziri hould be a fine choice if he starts. I’ve been hearing that fans want him to be benched. He has also missed a penalty recently.

 

Youssef Msakni πŸ”΅
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €7.2M
πŸš€ Ownership: 10%
πŸ”„ Total points: 10 (3.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 5 shots, 2 shots on target, and 2 chances created
The hero in the match against Nigeria while captaining the side, Msakni, should get the starting nod in the next game.

 

Ali MaΓ’loul πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €4.9M
πŸš€ Ownership: 12%
πŸ”„ Total points: 9 (4.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 games, 4 key passes, 2 chances created, and 6 duels won

The team’s regular left-back missed games on matchdays 3 & 4 because of covid. He should be back and starting this time.

 

Mohamed DrÀger 🟣
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 8%
πŸ”„ Total points: 11 (5.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 games, 123 minutes, 1 assist, 3 key passes, and 2 chances created
DrΓ€ger missed the opening two games of AFCON because of covid. He played well in the last match against Nigeria, getting an assist to go along with a cleansheet, and should start again at right-back.

 

Ellyes Skhiri 🟣
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 1%
πŸ”„ Total points: 14 (3.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 3 key passes, 2 chances created, 4 shots, 0.81 npxG, and 22 duels won
Skhiri has been unlucky this tournament. Playing as CM can mean that he won’t give you many offensive returns, but he leads the team in xGnp, although he did play 90 minutes in all four games.
Note: Many players have played, because of covid and injuries, I had trouble figuring out who will start against Burkina Faso.

Egypt πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬

Important stats:

  • Goals scored = 2
  • Goals conceded = 1
  • xGoTC = 4.7
  • SoTf = 15

Despite conceding just one goal, Egypt have the second-highest xGoTC and SoTf behind Cameroon, but scoring seven fewer goals so far. They have a tough game against Morocco, so I recommend getting 1-2 defenders/midfielders/forwards and possibly a keeper.

 

Mohamed Salah 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €13.1M
πŸš€ Ownership: 33%
πŸ”„ Total points: 25 (6.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 10 shots, 5 shots on target, 1.06 npxG, 12 key passes, 11 chances created, and 18 duels won
No explanation is needed. He is Mo Salah!

 

Omar Kamal 🟒
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 3%
πŸ”„ Total points: 26 (8.7 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 3 games, 1 shot on target, 4 key passes, 4 chances created, and 22 duels won
Kamal is a part of a solid Egypt backline and is highly-attacking as a right back.

 

Ahmed Hegazi πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €6.6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 11%
πŸ”„ Total points: 28 (7 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 key pass, 31 duels won, 19 CBI, 7 tackles won, and 25 interceptions
Hegazi is a bonus point generating machine and can give you points from those extra stats.

 

Mostafa Mohamed πŸ”΅
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €8.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 12%
πŸ”„ Total points: 9 (4.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 12 shots, 5 shots on target, 1 key pass, and 18 duels won
He has been unlucky in his finishing but playing as a striker next to Salah always gives you a big chance of scoring.

 

Omar Marmoush 🟣
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €7.1M
πŸš€ Ownership: 6%
πŸ”„ Total points: 13 (3.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 6 key passes, 6 chances created, and 5 shots
Marmoush plays on the left side of the attack and has been unlucky not to return so far. He is the cheapest way into the Egypt attack.

 

Amr El Solia 🟣
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 5%
πŸ”„ Total points: 16 (5.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 assist, 5 key passes, 4 chances created, and 5 shots

Burkina Faso πŸ‡§πŸ‡«

Important stats:

  • Goals scored = 4
  • Goals conceded = 4 (3 penalties, 1 own goal)
  • xGoTC = 2.9
  • SoTf = 12

Burkina Faso have the third-highest xGoTC and SoTf amongst QF-ists. On the other hand, Opposition Tunisia has the best xGoTC and SoTf in the tournament. They are a very solid team. I recommend getting 0-1 goalkeeper/defender and 1–2 midfielders/forwards from Burkina Faso.

 

Bertrand Traoré 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €8.1M
πŸš€ Ownership: 9%
πŸ”„ Total points: 18 (6 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 9 shots, 4 shots on target, 1.1 npxG, 1 assist, 2 key passes, 1 chance created, and 0.46 xA from open play
TraorΓ© is the most dangerous man on the team, playing on the right side and is also on penalties.

 

Gustavo Sangaré 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €5.1M
πŸš€ Ownership: 10%
πŸ”„ Total points: 22 (5.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 6 key passes, 3 chances created, 5 shots, 2 shots on target, and 20 duels won

 

Hassane BandΓ© πŸ”΅
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 2%
πŸ”„ Total points: 18 (4.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 3 shots, 3 shots on target, 1 key pass, and 20 duels won

 

Issa KaborΓ© πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 3%
πŸ”„ Total points: 19 (4.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 assist and 2 key passes

 

Cyrille Bayala 🟣
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €6.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 1%
πŸ”„ Total points: 15 (5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 goal, 2 shots, 1 shot on target, and 18 duels won

 

Issoufou Dayo
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 4%
πŸ”„ Total points: 10 (3.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 10 duels won and 13 CBI
He could possibly take the next penalty for the team.



Equatorial Guinea πŸ‡¬πŸ‡Ά

Important stats:

  • Goals scored = 4
  • Goals conceded = 1
  • xGoTC = 1.3
  • SoTf = 8

Equatorial Guinea have the fourth-lowest xGoTC and SoTf amongst QF-ists. They have struggled to score, whereas Senegal has the best defense in the tournament, keeping a cleansheet in each game and conceding four shots on target. This could be a low-scoring game, and I recommend getting at the most one player from any position from this team.

 

IvÑn Edu 🟒
⚽ Position: Forward
πŸ’° Price: €5.6M
πŸš€ Ownership: 5%
πŸ”„ Total points: 19 (4.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 assist, 8 key passes, 5 chances created, 1 shot on target, and 0.78 npxG
Edu is the most dangerous man on this team and their best shot at scoring goals.

 

Saúl Coco 🟒
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €4.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 1%
πŸ”„ Total points: 30 (7.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 27 duels won, 28 CBI and 6 tackles won

Coco is part of a solid Equatorial Guinea defense that has conceded just one goal so far, and he was one of the highest-scoring defenders last week with 10 points.

 

Jesus Owono πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €4.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 2%
πŸ”„ Total points: 25 (8.3 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 3 games, 6 saves, and 1 penalty save
Jesus saves!

 

Carlos Akapo πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €4.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 0%
πŸ”„ Total points: 24 (6 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 15 duels won, 21 CBI and 11 interceptions

 

Basilio Ndong 🟣
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €4.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 0%
πŸ”„ Total points: 23 (5.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 20 duels won, 15 CBI, 7 tackles won, 6 interceptions, and 1 key pass

 

Dorian Hanza 🟣
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 0%
πŸ”„ Total points: 11 (2.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 4 shots, 3 key passes, 3 chances created, and 11 duels won

The Gambia πŸ‡¬πŸ‡²

Important stats:

  • Goals scored = 4
  • Goals conceded = 1
  • xGoTC = 2.1
  • SoTf = 9

The Gambia has the fourth-lowest xGoTC and fifth-lowest SoTf among teams in the quarter-finals. Cameroon have 17 SoTf and 5.5 xGoTC which is the highest among QF-ists but they have scored nine goals. I don’t expect a CS for either team in this game. At the most, you could get one player from any position from the Gambia.

 

Musa Barrow 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €7.7M
πŸš€ Ownership: 8%
πŸ”„ Total points: 30 (7.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 goals, 18 shots, 7 shots on target, 1.15 npxG, 2 assists, 4 key passes, and 2 chances created
Clearly the best and most dangerous player for the Gambia. He has a good shot and is not afraid to use it at any time.

 

Abile Jallow 🟒
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €5.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 2%
πŸ”„ Total points: 20 (5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 goals, 5 shots, 2 shots on target, 3 key passes, and 3 chances created

 

James Gomez πŸ”΅
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €4M
πŸš€ Ownership: 6%
πŸ”„ Total points: 23 (5.8 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 13 duels won, 19 CBI and 4 tackles won

 

Baboucarr Gaye πŸ”΅
🧀 Position: Goalkeeper
πŸ’° Price: €4.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 1%
πŸ”„ Total points: 19 (8.5 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 2 games, 5 saves, 1 penalty save, and 1 key pass

 

Omar Colley 🟣
πŸ›‘οΈ Position: Defender
πŸ’° Price: €5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 0%
πŸ”„ Total points: 24 (6 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 key pass, 9 duels won, and 25 CBI

 

Yusupha Bobb 🟣
🎯 Position: Midfielder
πŸ’° Price: €4.5M
πŸš€ Ownership: 0%
πŸ”„ Total points: 14 (4.7 PPG)
πŸ“Š Key stats: 1 assist, 3 key passes, 2 chances created, and 3 shots
That’s it for me. I tried to help you navigate the list of players that have turned smaller as we go deeper into the tournament. Good luck in gameweek 5, everyone!

You can find additional AFCON 2021 Fantasy resources here.

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