Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 11 FPL tips, who to captain, transfers - Liverpool to host Man City

All the latest FPL tips ahead of Gameweek 11, including who to transfer in and out, and the best captain choices.

After another thrilling week of Champions League football, the top flight returns on Friday evening as Brentford host Brighton & Hove Albion.

‘Super Sunday’ has a brilliant selection on offer as Arsenal travel north to take on Leeds United, while Newcastle United will look to go unbeaten against both Manchester clubs so far this season.

Elsewhere, the highly-anticipated clash between Liverpool and Man City will bring Gameweek 11 to a dramatic ending in a match that is likely to be full of goals and intensity.

Another week of football means another week of Fantasy Premier League to attend to, with a number of fresh injuries affecting transfers.

Here are the latest FPL tips...

Captain

Gabriel Martinelli

The match-up between Trent Alexander-Arnold and Gabriel Martinelli was a huge worry ahead of Liverpool’s clash with Arsenal last weekend and the Brazilian proved exactly why.

Martinelli is playing with unstoppable confidence at the moment and he will see the Gunners’ trip to Leeds as a chance to add to the six goal contributions he has already claimed.

The Whites are enduring a poor run of form at the moment and their defence will face their hardest challenge yet in coming up against the likes of Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Jesus.

Given Arsenal’s start to the season and United’s defensive vulnerabilities, it would be surprising if Martinelli doesn’t make an impact at Elland Road this weekend.

Transfers in

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

MILAN, ITALY - OCTOBER 11: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Chelsea FC celebrates his goal during the UEFA Champions League group E match between AC Milan and Chelsea FC (Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images)

Chelsea’s ‘number nine curse’ was a concern when they snapped up Aubameyang from Barcelona last summer, however he has so far relieved any doubt in his goalscoring ability.

The striker has bagged three goals in five appearances for the Blues so far, with Thomas Tuchel’s shock departure clearly not phasing him.

With Chelsea facing a struggling Aston Villa side in their next match Aubameyang could see this as the perfect opportunity to continue impressing his new fans.

Antony

Antony seems to have hit the ground running since joining Manchester United from Ajax on transfer deadline day.

The Brazilian has netted three goals in three league appearances so far and offered the Red Devils one positive on a humiliating day for them as they were beaten by Man City last month.

After a gutsy performance against Everton from United, they will be confident as they host high-flying Newcastle and will be hoping Antony can lead the charge.

Transfers out

Luis Diaz

Despite a difficult start to the season for Liverpool, Luis Diaz has managed to be one of the few shining lights so far.

The Colombian has three goals and two assists in the Premier League and continued to be a part of plenty of FPL users’ teams - however now is the time to take him out.

Diaz suffered a knee injury during the Reds’ defeat to Arsenal and is set to be sidelined until after the World Cup - meaning he will miss Liverpool’s next six league matches.

Reece James

Reece James has really impressed under Graham Potter so far and has picked up four goal contributions in all competitions this season.

The defender has continued to be an ever present figure in the Chelsea line-up until he was forced off with an injury during their win over AC Milan midweek.

The club are yet to discover the extent to James’ injury but it seems unlikely he will feature this weekend, especially with their busy schedule.