UCL Fantasy Captain Picks: Matchday 6

In the final week of UCL Fantasy group stages before we get a wildcard, players with a knockout berth to play for double their worth in our UCL Fantasy captain picks for matchday 6:

UCL Fantasy Captains for Matchday 6


Romelu Lukaku Vs Shakhtar Donetsk (H)

There is a lack of clearcut captaincy options for Wednesday this week with Lukaku being the only exception. He was the hero in their last champions league game against Borussia with a brace in a thrilling 2-3 victory. Now for the last hurdle on their path to the knockout stages, they take on Shakhtar who sit second in the group and are a win/draw away from a spot in the knockouts. Inter will be desperate for a win and pin all their hopes on Lukaku again as they did the last time Inter played Shakhtar at home. It was the Europa League semi-final in August this year and they won it 5-0 on the back of two goals and an assist from Lukaku. His experience will be key here if they are to win and qualify.


Ciro Immobile Vs Club Brugge (H)

It is a simple equation for Lazio and a win or draw against Club Brugge will make them advance to the next round. Top-scorer Ciro Immobile heads into this game in red hot form having scored in seven consecutive games for Lazio across all competitions and is a good bet to be on the score sheet against a team that has conceded six goals over their last two UCL games. Both 3-0 losses to Borussia Dortmund.


Neymar Vs İstanbul Başakşehir (H)

PSG at home against Istanbul is still one of the easiest games on paper this week but it is still a must-win for them and they will look at Neymar to spur them onto victory. Despite having a slow start in the tournament, Neymar has been gaining some form over the past few weeks and now has three goals over his last two UCL games. Istanbul have conceded four goals in each of their last two games and we could see more of the same as PSG look to wrap up their group-stage chapter for the year.


Differential Captains


Bruno Fernandes Vs RB Leipzig (A)

This is shaping up to be the most exciting game of the week as both teams sit on the same amount of points and both Manchester United and RB Leipzig will fancy their chances of winning the game and going to the next stage. Goals can be expected in this game and if United are to score then it is hard to expect Fernandes to not be involved. Depending on how the game goes, he might be subbed out early as United play against Manchester City next in the league.


João Félix Vs RB Salzburg (A)

Salzburg’s attack-attack-attack philosophy and high-line have left a gaping hole in defence which explains why they have conceded the second-highest goals in the tournament (15) behind Ferencvárosi (16). They are the only team along with Lazio to have scored and conceded in each game so far. Both teams head into this game needing a victory to secure qualification. However, a draw should do the job for Atletico. Goals are to be expected in a game involving RB Salzburg and wonderkid Félix will look to be on target again as he did in the reverse fixture where he scored a brace in a 3-2 win.


You can find additional UCL Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

Bundesliga Fantasy Differential Picks: Matchday 10

Mainz players are on focus in Bundesliga Fantasy as their easy fixtures and changing fortunes suddenly turn them into worthy differential picks. These are our Bundesliga Fantasy differential picks for matchday 10:



Max Kruse Vs Hertha BSC (A)

Kruse is on some Lewandowski-Esque form right now and has scored in each of his last four games. Union have scored the most goals in the league so far thanks to his mind-blowing tally of six goals and five assists in just nine games which accounts for more than half of Union’s goals. He is only behind Lewandowski (12 goals + four assists) and Haland (10 goals + two assists) for the most goals+assists in the league. His stats don’t justify his mere 2% ownership and he is going to be the biggest threat for Hertha in the Berlin Derby.


Patrick Schick Vs Schalke (A)

The injury to Alario was unfortunate and he might still be back for the game but I think a target-man like Schick is a better fit against a team like Schalke. They still remain the team with most goals conceded from set-pieces and the 6 ft 2 in tall Czech striker would hope to find the end of one. If you want to look at other Leverkusen forwards then you are spoilt with options as Moussa Diaby and Leon Bailey could also come good this week.



Florian Neuhaus Vs Freiburg (A)

Neuhaus heatmaps in the last two games suggest that he has been playing as a deep-lying playmaker and that reflects in his recent performances. He has scored in each of his last two games and finished with 18 and 12 points in them. Still, I think his 12.7M isn’t fully justified but he remains a punt-worthy option when there are few premium players to choose from and when the opposition team is weak and it’s a game that Borussia will dominate.


Jean-Paul Boëtius Vs Arminia Bielefeld (A)

The Dutch playmaker is slowly picking up form as the fixtures get easier for Mainz and has an assist in each of his last two games. Mainz does not have many midfielders to choose from but Boëtius is the best pick if you want to take advantage of a run where they play three of the bottom seven teams in Arminia, Koln and Hertha next. Only recommended for the long term if you have the luxury to throw money around for a boom or bust player.



Mateu Morey Vs Frankfurt (A)

A much-deserved opportunity has finally arrived at the hands of 20-year-old Argentinian defender Mateu Morey after injuries to wingbacks Guerreiro and Meunier. In the match against Lazio over the week, he played higher up the pitch than Guerreiro at times, eventually made his way into the opposition box and should be involved in the attack against Frankfurt as well. All this while playing for one of the best defences in the league and costing just 3.2M.


Daniel Brosinski Vs Arminia (A)

Mainz are finally getting their act together as they look to avoid the bottom spots and secure their place in the top flight. After losing their first six games, they’ve got a point in each of their next three games including their first win against Freiburg. Their wingback Brosinski can be expected to ply higher up the pitch as they play oppositions from whom nothing less than three points is expected in each game. He is also one of the only defenders in the league who are on penalties. But I wouldn’t rely too much on their ability to win one.



Stefan Ortega Vs FSV Mainz (H)

He is Arminia’s star player and saved a penalty against RB Leipzig last week even though they eventually lost the game 2-1. A clean sheet is difficult to expect even if they play Mainz but he should still have plenty of shots to save against a Mainz team that isn’t really known for it’s finishing.


Differential XI MD10

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Bundesliga Predictor Picks: Matchday 10

In a week in the Bundesliga where lots of competitive teams play each other, find out why targeting Schalke is the best option in our Bundesliga Predictor Picks for matchday 10

Hertha Berlin Vs Union Berlin (Friday 4th December/7:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 2-1

H2H: BSC 4-0 FCU | FCU 1-0 BSC

Home team last 3: B04 0-0 BSC | BSC 2-5 BVB | FCA 0-3 BSC

Away team last 3: FCU 3-3 SGE | KOE 1-2 FCU | FCU 5-0 DSC

Hertha form guide: D-L-W-D-L (13th)

Union Berlin form guide: D-W-W-W-D (6th)


  • Both teams have an even H2H record in the six derbies so far (W2, D2, L2).
  • Union Berlin are tied for second-highest goals scored so far with 21. They are behind Bayern who have scored 31 goals this season.
My prediction: 2-1

SC Freiburg Vs Borussia Mönchengladbach (Saturday 5th December/2:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 1-2

H2H: SCF 1-0 BMG | BMG 4-2 SCF | BMG 1-1 SCF

Home team last 3:  FCA 1-1 SCF | SCF 1-3 M05 | RBL 3-0 SCF

Away team last 3: BMG 4-1 S04 | BMG 1-1 FCA | B04 4-3 BMG

Freiburg form guide: D-L-L-L-D (14th)

Borussia form guide: W-D-L-W-W (7th)


  • Freiburg are unbeaten in their 10 home games against Gladbach (W9, D1). Borussia have failed to score seven times in those matches, conceding 12 goals and scoring only four.
  • Borussia are without a win in their last 12 away games against Freiburg in the Bundesliga (D2, L10). Their last win was in March 2002. They only have a longer winless away run against Wolfsburg.
  • Freiburg are winless in eight games and their last win came against Stuttgart in MD1.

My prediction: 1-1

Eintracht Frankfurt Vs Borussia Dortmund (Saturday 5th December/2:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 1-2

H2H: BVB 4-0 SGE | SGE 2-2 BVB | SGE 1-1 BVB

Home team last 3: FCU 3-3 SGE | SGE 1-1 RBL | VFB 2-2 SGE

Away team last 3: BVB 1-2 KOE | BSC 2-5 BVB | BVB 2-3 FCB

Eintracht Frankfurt form guide: D-D-D-D-L (9th)

Borussia Dortmund form guide: L-W-L-W-W (4th)


  • Dortmund have won all their last four Bundesliga games against Koln with a goal record of 16-4.
  • Koln have won just two of their last 21 Bundesliga games against Dortmund (D5, L14).
  • Dortmund is also unbeaten in their last 20 Bundesliga home games against Koln (W16, D4). Their longest unbeaten run at home against any Bundesliga team.
  • Frankfurt are winless in their last six games.

My prediction: 1-2

1. FC Köln Vs Wolfsburg (Saturday 5th December/2:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 1-2

H2H: KOE 3-1 WOB | WOB 2-1 KOE | WOB 4-1 KOE

Home team last 3: BVB 1-2 KOE | KOE 1-2 FCU | SVW 1-1 KOE

Away team last 3: WOB 5-3 SVW | S04 0-2 WOB | WOB 2-1 TSG

Koln form guide: W-L-D-L-D (15th)

Wolfsburg form guide: W-W-W-D-W (5th)


  • The win against Dortmund ended Koln’s 16 games winless streak in the Bundesliga.
  • Koln have won three of their last five Bundesliga games against Wolfsburg (W3, L2). Including each of their last three Bundesliga home games. It is their longest winning run at home than against any other side.
  • Wolfsburg are still unbeaten so far this season (W4, D5).
  • Koln have conceded at least one goal in their last 20 Bundesliga games. It is their longest ever run without a clean sheet.

My prediction: 1-1

Arminia Bielefeld Vs FSV Mainz (Saturday 5th December/2:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 1-1

H2H: These teams last played each other in the Bundesliga in 2007.

Home team last 3: RBL 2-1 DSC | DSC 1-2 B04 | FCU 5-0 DSC

Away team last 3: M05 1-1 TSG | SCF 1-3 M05 | M05 2-2 S04

Arminia form guide: L-L-L-L-L (17th)

FSV Mainz form guide: D-W-D-L-L (16th)


  • Mainz have won seven of their 12 games against promoted sides (W7, D3, L2).
  • Arminia are on a seven-game losing streak.

My prediction: 1-2

Bayern Munich Vs RB Leipzig (Saturday 5th December/5:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 2-1

H2H: FCB 0-0 RBL | RBL 1-1 FCB | RBL 0-0 FCB

Home team last 3: VFB 1-3 FCB | FCB 1-1 SVW | BVB 2-3 FCB

Away team last 3: RBL 2-1 DSC | SGE 1-1 RBL | SGE 1-1 RBL

Bayern Munich form guide: W-D-W-W-W (1st)

RB Leipzig form guide: W-D-W-L-W (2nd)


  • Leipzig have won just one of their 10 games against Bayern across all competition, 2-1 in March 2018.
  • The last three Bundesliga games between both sides have seen just two goals.
  • Leipzig have failed to score more often against Bayern than against any other side (5).

My prediction: 2-0

Werder Bremen Vs VfB Stuttgart (Sunday 6th December/2:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 2-1

H2H: SVW 1-1 VFB | VFB 2-1 SVW | VFB 2-0 SVW

Home team last 3: WOB 5-3 SVW | FCB 1-1 SVW | SVW 1-1 KOE

Away team last 3: VFB 1-3 FCB | TSG 3-3 VFB | VFB 2-2 SGE

Werder Bremen form guide: L-D-D-D-D (11th)

Stuttgart form guide: L-D-D-D-D (10th)


  • Stuttgart’s last win in Bremen was back in November 2006. Since then, Werder Bremen have won six games in this fixture (D5) – their longest unbeaten streak at home against any Bundesliga team.
  • Werder are winless in their last six Bundesliga games (D5, L1). Opponents Stuttgart are winless in their last five Bundesliga games (D4, L1).

My prediction: 1-2

Schalke 04 Vs Bayern Leverkusen (Sunday 6th December/5:00 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 1-3

H2H: S04 1-1 B04 | B04 2-1 S04 | B04 1-1 S04

Home team last 3: BMG 4-1 S04 | S04 0-2 WOB | M05 2-2 S04

Away team last 3: B04 0-0 BSC | DSC 1-2 B04 | B04 4-3 BMG

Schalke form guide: L-L-D-D-L (18th)

Bayer Leverkusen form guide: D-W-W-W-W (3rd)


  • Schalke have scored in all four games against Leverkusen in last two season but haven’t won any of those games (D2, L2).
  • Leverkusen have never lost away against Schalke since August 2013.
  • Schalke are without a win in their last 25 Bundesliga games. Only Tasmania Berlin in 1965/66 have had a longer winless run in the Bundesliga (31 games).

My prediction: 0-2

TSG Hoffenheim Vs FC Augsburg (Sunday 6th December/7:30 PM GMT)


Most popular prediction: 2-1

H2H: FCA 1-3 TSG | TSG 2-4 FCA | FCA 0-4 TSG

Home team last 3: M05 1-1 TSG | TSG 3-3 VFB | WOB 2-1 TSG

Away team last 3: FCA 1-1 SCF | BMG 1-1 SCF | FCA 0-3 BSC

Hoffenheim form guide: D-D-L-L-D (12th)

Augsburg form guide: D-L-L-W-L (8th)


  • Hoffenheim have lost just one of their last 12 home games against Augsburg (W7, D4). They are also yet to keep a clean sheet this season.
  • Since beating Bayern in MD2, Hoffenheim are winless in their last seven games (D3, L4).

My prediction: 2-1



This week is full of competitive games where predicting is difficult as the results could swing either way. The only exception is the Schalke-Leverkusen game so my joker pick of the week is Schalke 0-2 Bayer Leverkusen.

You can find additional Bundesliga Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

Bundesliga Fantasy Player Rankings: Matchday 10

The lack of form, injuries, rotation and tough games forms a dangerous mix as Bundesliga Fantasy heads into matchday 10. These are our player rankings for the week:



1Robert LewandowskiFCBVs RBL20.6MHe was rested for the UCL game against Atletico and it should do him good against Leipzig. His opponents might have conceded the least goals in the Bundesliga with six but their recent performance where they conceded three goals against İstanbul Başakşehir in a 3-4 win will surely raise some eyebrows.
2Andrej KramarićTSGVs FCA15.4MKramaric's heatmaps in the last two games suggest he has been playing in midfield which is concerning but Hoffenheim can't look away from their top goal-scorer if they want to score goals.
3Matheus CunhaBSCVs FCU14.3M
4Andre SilvaSGEVs BVB16.2MDortmund could be missing 3/4 players in their defense with Guerreiro, Hummels and Meunier all a doubt for the game.
5Alassane PléaBMG@SCF15.8MPléa has been on a roll in the champions league scoring five goals in five games. Just needs to convert that performance in the Bundesliga now against the third worst-defence in Freiburg.
6Jean-Phillipe MatetaM05@DSC11.5MMateta deserved a goal against Hoffenheim with all the chances he got but with a little bit of luck on his side, he can do it against Arminia.
7Patrik SchickB04@S0413.8MIn the absence of Alario, Schick should remain a constant threat from set-pieces against the worst set-piece defending team in the league.
8Max KruseFCU@BSC12.7M
9Saša KalajdžićVFB@SVW5M
10Marco ReusBVB@SGE16.9MHe averages 8 points for games where he starts and is Favre's choice for Haland's replacement. Reus is the only option left if you still want a Dortmund forward.



1Lars StindlBMGVs S0413.1MPrime midfield option for the week. Also the prime candidate for rotation this week since the upcoming Freiburg game isn't as important as the Real Madrid one.
2Filip KostićSGEVs BVB14.8M
3Florian WirtzB04@S047.1MIn a week where a lot of evenly matched teams are playing each other, this is the best game on paper.
4Christoph BaumgartnerTSGVs FCA10.7M
5Jadon SanchoBVB@SGE17.5MSancho hasn't been his old self so all we can do is be patient and hope for him to return in a game which could be high-scoring. He has scored in each of his last two games against Frankfurt.
6Vincenzo GrifoSCFVs BMG12.5MFreiburg is no Inter Milan but if Borussia play the same backline with Jantschke and Wendt that conceded three goals then it won't inspire much confidence in me.
7Mateo KlimowiczVFB@SVW1.4MI like the idea of a shot-spammer at just 1.4M but he could be a must-have player if his finishing improves.
8Leon GoretzkaFCBVs RBL14.8M
9Jean-Paul BoëtiusM05@DSC9.6M
10Daniel Caligiuri FCA@TSG10.2M



1Borna SosaVFB@SVW3.9MSosa plays really high up the pitch and also shares set-pieces. If he was guaranteed minutes then most teams would have him.
2Lars BenderB04@S049.9MBender got an incredible 12 points for bonus last week and is the best bet for a clean sheet against toothless Schalke.
3AngeliñoRBL@FCB15.3MHe has a goal/assist in his last three Bundesliga games but he can only rank so high when he plays against Bayern.
4Oscar WendtBMG@SCF6.6M
5Lucas HernandezFCBVs RBL12M
6Maxence LacroixWOB@KOE4.7MA small chance he doesn't start against Koln.
7Christopher TrimmelFCU@BSC10M
8Ludwig AugustinssonSVWVs VFB9.5M
9Ryan SessegnonTSGVs FCA8.9M
10Daniel BrosinskiM05@DSC8.2MArminia are down there with Schalke for the worst offense in the league with just six goals scored so far.



1Frederik RønnowS04Vs B042.1MRønnow is another doubt for this week so it is best to keep another goalkeeper ready. A positive is that he has an individual fixture so every other keeper rotates with him.
2Robin ZentnerM05@DSC4.6MCan't believe I would say this but Mainz got a fair cleansheet chance this week.
3Stefan OrtegaDSCVs M055.2M
4Gregor KobelVFB@SVW5.1M
5Rafał GikiewiczFCA@TSG7.5MGikiewicz is the only keeper in this list who plays after the Schalke game. He is also enjoying a good run of form and has seven points in each of his last two games.

You can find additional Bundesliga Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UCL Fantasy Player Rankings: Matchday 5

As UCL counts down to its last two matchdays in the group stage, we look at how players from Atalanta could help you move up ranks as the end of round one in UCL Fantasy edges closer. These are our UCL Fantasy Player Rankings for the week:

Note: Lewandowski, Messi, Goretzka, Coutinho, Neuer, Ter Stegen have been rested by their respective teams after securing a berth in the next round.



1Erling HålandBorussia DortmundVs SS Lazio11MThere isn't anyone more deserving of the #1 spot than the current top scorer in the tournament.
2Duvan ZapataAtalantaVs Midtjylland9.7M
3Cristiano RonaldoJuventusVs Dynamo Kyiv12M
4Alejandro GómezAtalantaVs Midtjylland8.5MZapata for the ceiling. Papu for the floor.
5Romelu LukakuInter Milan@Borussia11MThe duo of Lukaku and Martinez spells trouble for a Borussia team missing key players such as Bensebaini and Elvedi in defense. He also scored a brace in the reverse fixture.
6Karim BenzemaReal Madrid@Shakhtar Donetsk10.5M
7Mergim BerishaRB Salzburg@Lokomotiv Moscow7.1MNot many might have heard of this budget forward but he scored in both the games against Bayern and assisted two goals against Atletico. Now he goes up against Lokomotiv who are second in shots conceded only to Krasnodar and he could be a good differential.
8Anthony MartialManchester UnitedVs PSG9.5M
9Ciro ImmobileLazio@Borussia Dortmund10.5MImmobile sunk Dortmund with a goal and assist in the reverse fixture. Who doesn't love a good revenge game?
7NeymarPSG@Manchester United11.5M



1Bruno FernandesManchester UnitedVs PSG9.5MThe introduction of Van De Beek in midfield allows Bruno more attacking freedom and makes the man with three goals and an assist in the tournament an even more tempting asset.
2Mohammed SalahLiverpoolVs Ajax11.5M
3Josip IličićAtalantaVs Midtjylland8.9MHis four goal haul against Valencia in the UCL last season is always in the back of my head but he is still the best Atalanta midfielder to get in my opinion.
4Lars StindlBorussia M'gladbachVs Inter Milan7.9M
5Jadon SanchoBorussia DortmundVs SS Lazio10MSancho's form has been a bit hot and cold so you never know what you are going to get.
6Ferran TorresManchester City@Porto7.6M
7Angel Di MariaPSG@Manchester United9M
8Joao FelixAtletico MadridVs Bayern Munich9MThe absence of Neuer and Goretzka along with the long list of already injured players gives me some confidence that he could finally get a much awaited return.
9Christian PulisicChelsea@Sevilla9M
10Dominik SzoboszlaiRB Salzburg@Lokomotiv Moscow7.1M



1Cristian RomeroAtalantaVs Midtjylland4.9MRomero has the highest ball recoveries for any defender and averages 4.3 points per game just for it. He even got an assist and ended up with 12 points in the reverse fixture and is a good bet for every type of points this week.
2AngeliñoRB Leipzig@İstanbul Başakşehir5.4MWhen RB Leipzig last played against Istanbul, Angeliño scored both goals in a 2-0 victory and was the highest scorer in fantasy for the week.
3Robin GosensAtalantaVs Midtjylland5.5MThe Atalanta wingback does not average as many recoveries as teammate Romero but has more attacking potential.
4João CanceloManchester City@Porto5.5M
5DaniloJuventusVs Dynamo Kyiv5M
6Raphaël VaraneReal Madrid@Shakhtar Donetsk5.5MShakhtar have failed to score since their game in MD1 against Real and have the least shots on goal after Olympiacos and Lokomotiv.
7José HolebasOlympiacos@Marseille4.5MThere is a real chance here that Marseille finish the group stages without scoring a single goal.
8Sergiño DestBarcelona@Ferencvárosi5M
9Mats HummelsBorussia DortmundVs SS Lazio5.1M
10David AlabaBayern Munich@Atletico Madrid5.5MIf he plays OOP in midfield as rumored then it increases his bonus point and attacking potential.



1Marco SportielloAtalantaVs Midtjylland4.5MThe away game against Midtjylland is the only time Atalanta have kept a clean sheet and they will hope to do so again at home.
2Thibaut CourtoisReal Madrid@Shakhtar Donetsk5.9M
3EdersonManchester City@Porto6M
4José SáOlympiacos@Marseille4.5MSá has the most shots saved in the tournament after Neuer (24) with 20 and plays goalless Marseille.
5Wojciech SzczęsnyJuventusVs Dynamo Kyiv5.5M

You can find additional UCL Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.

UCL Fantasy Captain Picks: Matchday 5

We are nearing the end of the UCL group stages and while many fantasy assets have proven their worth and present a strong argument to be your captain pick, in-form players such as Håland and Fernandes deserve a look for your captain’s armband. These are our captain picks for matchday 5:

UCL Fantasy Captains for Matchday 5


Erling Braut Håland Vs SS Lazio (H)

His eight-game goal-scoring streak across all competitions was brought to an abrupt halt in a shocking loss against Koln over the weekend. However, that should be of least concern for a man who has scored in every game in the UCL this season at a rate of 57 minutes per goal including a brace in his last two games. Lazio have failed to stop the opposition from scoring and have conceded in every Champions League game this season. So there is a real chance of Håland getting more than one goal again.


Mohammed Salah Vs Ajax (H)

Liverpool will look to secure qualification to the knockouts with a win against Ajax this week and if in-form Diogo Jota is to be benched, Salah is going to be the most key-player in attack for the Reds. Salah will be keen on getting his goal-scoring form back again and is due to a return but his price tag of 11.6M means that he will be a more interesting prospect to those using the limitless wildcard this week.


Bruno Fernandes Vs PSG (H)

Over the last few weeks, we have noticed that Bruno is more than capable of scoring goals from open play and the myth that he relies only on penalties for attacking returns has been busted. Someone said that Fernandes coming to Manchester United is like an “Eric Cantona coming to United” moment and it certainly feels so with his recent performances. They have won their last three games in across all competitions and Bruno has scored in each of them. His tally is now 10 goals and seven assists in 14 games this season. Talk about impact. The Red Devils will now try to secure the double over PSG with Fernandes expected to put in a good performance again.


Differential Captain


Duvan Zapata Vs FC Midtjylland (H)

Atalanta has been streaky in the UCL this season but are still in contention for the knockouts with each remaining game feeling like a must-win. Their opponents Midtjylland however, are already knocked out and are one of the only teams yet to get a single point along with Marseille. The spotlight in this game will be on Striker Duvan Zapata who is also the joint top scorer for Atalanta this season and he also scored a goal and assisted another two in the reverse fixture.


You can find additional UCL Fantasy resources for the 20/21 season here.
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