Fantasy Football Scout: GW29 Scout Picks
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Oscar Jansson 5.3m
Top for defensive bonus points on the season with 38, Oscar Jansson has only missed out on acquiring defensive bonus 3 times in 28 games. With the maximum 2 additional points being added to his tally in his last 5 games, he has also managed to get 6 save points over that spell. A clean sheet away to Häcken might be a tall order for Jansson, but he is likely to be peppered with shots, leading to more defensive bonus and save points.
Joel Nilsson 4.7m
Joel Nilsson is the most in form defender in the league at the moment, and is owned by less than 1% of managers. He has 28 points from his 3 last games courtesy of 3 clean sheets, 2 assists, 2 offensive and 2 defensive bonus points. The promise was always there going into the season, as he managed 10 goals and 16 assists in his two last seasons combined.
Erik Larsson 6.6m
A considerably more popular option is Eric Larsson who has a goal, an assist, 2 clean sheets and 3 defensive bonus points in the last 3 games. Travelling to Varberg, there is potential at both ends of the pitch for Larsson.
Eric Kahl 4.6m
Despite scoring an own goal in the game against Örebro at home, Eric Kahl continues to provide promising creativity statistics, with 6 crosses, 5 key passes and 1 big chance created in his 3 last games. At home to Kalmar, Kahl has a good chance to redeem himself.
Alexander Kacaniklic 9.7m
Conceding goals every game puts a lot of pressure on Hammarby’s attack, and despite not clicking like last season, they have only failed to score on 4 occasions this year. Managing 16 goals in their last 7 games, Alexander Kacaniklic has been directly involved in 7 of those goals.
Sead Haksabanovic 10.8m
38 points from his last 5 games, Sead Haksabanovic is now firmly back in business. As previously mentioned, Hammarby tends to give up goals more often than not, and Norrköping are showing a lot more threat again which also bodes well for Haksabanovic.
Moses Ogbu 6.3m
Moses Ogbu has scored 5 goals in his last 4 games and is in red hot form. With question marks surrounding the availability of Aslak Fonn Witry and given Mjällby’s impressive run of form, expect Moses to lead the way.
Fredrik Ulvestad was suspended last Gameweek but now returns to the squad and the likely starting line-up. On spot kick duty, he has 5 goals in his 5 last appearances and is making a late surge up the midfielder rankings.
Christoffer Nyman 10.1m
Taking a firm grip on the race for the golden boot, Christoffer Nyman scored a hat trick of penalties in Gameweek 28. 16 goals and 2 assists on the season, the feeling is Nyman is not finished scoring just yet.
Anthony Van den Hurk 6.9m
The form of Dutch striker Anthony Van den Hurk is slightly questionable, having failed to find the back of the net in all of his 3 last games. He did score 4 goals and 3 assists in the 8 games prior however, and in this absolutely crucial game at home to Falkenberg, the Scout is backing Van den Hurk to find his scoring boots once again.
Per Frick 7.0m
On the opposite side of the table, Elfsborg and Per Frick continues to impress. Managing 4 goals and 3 assists in his 6 last games, it is clear that Frick has accepted the challenge of replacing Jesper Karlsson’s attacking output. He is now facing a Sirius side that looks to have taken an early holiday break, losing 4 and drawing 2 of their 6 last games.
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