Fantasy Football Scout: GW20 Scout Picks
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Per Kristian Bråtveit 5.3m
Back in action after the internationals, Per Kristian Bråtveit and his Djurgården entertain an Elfsborg side who could potentially be without their main man Jesper Karlsson due to ongoing transfer business. Only missing out on defensive bonus points twice since reclaiming his first team status in GW4, Bråtveit is a solid all-around fantasy goalkeeper.
Elohor Godswill Ekpolo 6.0m
While much has been made of his attacking threat which he largely has failed to deliver upon (2 assists so far), Elohor Godswill Ekpolo mainly contributes defensively which we can see from the distribution of bonus points, 4 offensive and 17 defensive gathered on the season. At home to Sirius in Gameweek 20, more bonus points are to be expected.
Johan Larsson 6.2m
The marauding right back Johan Larsson rarely disappoints and takes care of a big share of set-pieces, resulting in 1 goal and 8 assists so far. 12 offensive and 9 defensive bonus points gathered as well indicates just how important he is to Elfsborg, which he might have to show a bit more now if, or when, Jesper Karlsson leaves.
Rasmus Lauritsen 7.2m
Our first victim of Norrköping rotation in Gameweek 19, Rasmus Lauritsen came on after 22 minutes when Christopher Telo went off injured. Getting a customary defensive bonus point even though they conceded twice, Lauritsen shouldn’t suffer the same fate away to Kalmar – and we all know he has the potential to deliver attacking returns.
Muamer Tankovic 10.8m
Even though Muamer Tankovic owes part of the hattrick in Gameweek 19 to a pretty abject display by Göteborg keeper Giannis Anestis, he still had 6 shots and looked threatening throughout. Assuming he’s not in need of a rest, at home to Helsingborg is a fantastic fixture for Hammarby and Tankovic who seem to be roaring back into form.
Sead Haksabanovic 10.7m
The second victim of Norrköping rotation, Sead Haksabanovic has struggled to make an impact as of late. Highly likely suffering from the intense schedule we saw during the summer, the biggest arguments for him this Gameweek is his general quality, partial rest in midweek and Kalmar only managing one clean sheet since Gameweek 3.
Pontus Almqvist 4.5m
Pontus Almqvist got the full rest after featuring for Sweden’s U21 national team and scoring a brace. 5 goals and 2 assists on the season despite mostly coming on as a substitute (until recently), Almqvist should feature in some capacity away to Kalmar and he loves to drive forward and take a shot, managing 9 shots in the last 3 games.
Leo Bengtsson 6.4m
Leo Bengtsson was really starting to hit some form before the international break, scoring 3 goals and 1 assists in the last 4 games. At home to Sirius there will be plenty of space to exploit, which Bengtsson could use to generate more points for his team and our squads.
Daleho Irandust 8.6m
A big creative force for Häcken, Daleho Irandust excels in games where he gets to dictate the play and spread passes left right and centre. A week season so far by his standards in the assist department, could we see an upturn in fortunes in Gameweek 20?
Gustav Ludwigson 7.2m
Gustav Ludwigson did not let his bench spot in Gameweek 19 get in the way of attacking returns, as he provided Muamer Tankovic with all 3 assists for the hattrick – in just 19 minutes. Expected to feature for a longer period of time at home to Helsingborg this weekend, Ludwigson has a big chance of adding to his tally of 4 goals and 9 assists gathered on the season.
Astrit Selmani 6.6m
Varberg’s main man Astrit Selmani has 8 goals and 4 assists so far and is very much in the race for the golden boot. On penalties and in general involved in most things Varberg does offensively, away to Mjällby seems like a good time to get him in as well ahead of the impending Double Gameweek 21.