Fantasy Football Scout: GW28 Scout Picks
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Budimir Janošević 4.8m
With 7 clean sheets in his 9 last games, Budimir Janošević has put a significant claim for being the first-choice keeper at AIK right now. It remains to be seen if he’s still with them ahead of the next season but for now, at home to Örebro, he gets to pick up the gloves for the Scout squad once more.
Mikael Lustig 6.8m
Sticking with the AIK defence, Mikael Lustig has transformed the team since joining in the summer. AIK are yet to concede a single goal (!) when Lustig has been on the pitch, a truly impressive feat given it has now been over 11 hours of playing time.
Eric Kahl 4.5m
Completing the AIK defensive treble-up, Eric Kahl has gathered 38 points in his 5 last games. Bombing down the left-hand side, Kahl could potentially profit from his creative streak as well, given the number of crosses and key passes he has produced lately.
Johan Larsson 6.5m
A consistent Scout picks performer, Johan Larsson needs little introduction to seasoned Allsvenskan Fantasy managers. With 2 assists, 9 offensive and 2 defensive bonus points in his last 5 games, form is also on his side when Elfsborg entertain bottom-dwellers Helsingborg in a home tie.
Piotr Johansson 4.6m
A rare shining light in the dark abyss seemingly surrounding Kalmar this season, Piotr Johansson has been racking up the points. 4 goals, 4 assists, 3 offensive and 9 defensive bonus points so far, Johansson has multiple avenues to points given he also takes penalties. With a crucial game to Djurgården coming up, expect Johansson to play a key role for the home side.
Moses Ogbu 6.1m
Moses Ogbu looks to be back to his best, scoring 4 goals in his 3 last games. Listed as a midfielder despite playing as a striker, he has 12 goals and 4 assists on the season. Ogbu is eying up a move to a bigger club next season and winning the golden boot would do him a world of good in terms of acquiring suitors for his signature. He faces Sirius who have managed just 3 clean sheets all season.
Blair Turgott 4.9m
Another potential out of position prospect, we talked up Blair Turgott two Gameweeks ago, though he has been playing out wide. Not letting that deter him, Turgott scored a goal last Gameweek and has now fired off 10 shots (5 on target) in his last 3 games.
Sead Haksabanovic 10.6m
Despite failing to deliver attacking returns away to Mjällby, Sead Haksabanovic still managed 4 points courtesy of 2 defensive bonus points. With a goal, 3 assists, 4 offensive and 2 defensive bonus points in his last 4 games Haksabanovic is starting to come back to form. He is now up against Falkenberg at home who, like Sirius, have only managed 3 clean sheets on the season.
Per Frick 7.0m
On a mission to fill the void left by Jesper Karlsson, Per Frick has 3 goals and 2 assists in the 5 games since Karlsson’s departure. 9 goals and 6 assists on the season, Frick and his Elfsborg now welcome Helsingborg who have lost 5 of their 6 last games.
Aron Jóhannsson 9.0m
Aron Jóhannsson is ending this season on a high, having scored 9 goals in his 10 last games. On penalty taking duties, Jóhannsson is facing a Malmö side potentially riddled with absentees and having already claimed the title.
Astrit Selmani 6.4m
Fresh from a hattrick against Hammarby in Gameweek 27, Astrit Selmani has launched himself straight back into contention for the golden boot, with 12 goals on the season. The remaining fixtures aren’t great for Varberg with the game against Östersund this Gameweek presenting one of the better shots of adding to his goal-tally, so expect a highly motivated Selmani this week as he looks to get a move ahead of next season.
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