Scout’s Matchday 4 picks for the free-to-play SPITCH Fantasy game


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pens down! The Fantasy Premier League (FPL) deadline has passed and now you’ve let your thumbs up.

So why not fill in the next ninety minutes or so with a SPITCH experience, where you actually have a Free Hit to play each week and are only judged on the top five matches of the season.

The deadline is in the beginning too, so you can accommodate the team papers from the lunchtime match.

Read more: Southampton team news – Man United – Ronaldo sits on the bench

This means that a week or so of accidentally forgetting to play isn’t as disastrous as it is in FPL – you can even start in April and win big.

There are two full season options for the 2022/23 campaign, one of which is free and the prize pool is £2,500.

How to play spit

SPITCH is a platform where managers can use their football knowledge to defeat others and win cash prizes.

As with the FPL, managers stick to formation and have a budget to buy players for their squad, in an effort to score points and win prizes.

But unlike the FPL, managers can actually go over or over budget – this will determine how many positive or negative points they start the round with.

Each week of Season mode requires a new squad without leaders. Managers are allowed up to nine players from the same club and can change teams in the middle of the day. The “Safety Net” system automatically replaces the uninitiated, while the complex scoring system rewards defensive actions in a way that the FPL does not.

MATCHDAY 3 . review

These were the players who scored the most in the weekend’s matches.

A goal keeper DEFE middle Street
Martinez (438) Saliba (413) Rodri (619) Mitrovic (514)
Henderson (418) Johnny (363) Odegaard (606) Adams (508)
Papa (331) Mi (348) Gray D (525) Rashford (494)
Rhea (314) Emerson (327) Bernardo (506) Trussard (481)
Pickford (309) Cancelo (323) Harrison (458) Saint Maximin (457)
Sanchez (261) Feltman (318) Gundogan (455) Zaha (427)
Trippier (307) Robin Nevis (405) Ken (391)
Bella Ketchup (305) Easy (395) Haaland (381)
S Cook (304) Andreas (381) Tony (364)
Kellman (304) Yeats (352) Rodrigo (358)

Meanwhile, 16 players finished the negative score, including the three Leicester City strikers Jimmy Vardy (-14), Kelechi Iheanacho (-40) and Batson Dhaka (-46).


The third-round pick totaled 2,399, which ranked 3,574.

Unfortunately, Vardy’s negative points were part of our selection. The week’s total has already started at -19, as SPITCH allows managers to go over budget with this condition.

high scoring Dean Henderson (418) and Evan Tony Fortunately (364) is included but Diane Kulusevsky (39) disappointed.

This time around, we’ll be a little under the 1,200 yen budget and take advantage of some bargain price tags that remain closed until mid-season.

Aaron Ramsdale (42) Covers Arsenal’s defense at home to Fulham, with Arsenal expecting a clean sheet even though the visiting team has the second best expected goals in the league (xG) so far. The goalkeeper will have saves to save.

3-3-4 formation includes offensive defensive threats Kieran Trippier (67), Joao Cancelo (175) and Trent Alexander Arnold (150). Although the latter had a poor start to the season, a home encounter with Bournemouth is the perfect way to respond.

The Newcastle United full-back Trippier is one of a handful of players to have scored at least six points per game so far, thanks to two clean sheets and a free-kick against Manchester City.

in the midfield, Mason Mount (₵ 128) is supported in a similar way to Alexander-Arnold. His zero returns and expected interference in goals (xGI) of just 0.83 have let down FPL owners but he is now playing for dropout Leicester.

binary in shape Pascal Gross (85) and Rodrigo (66) confrontation on the south coast, the latter is currently the most scoring player in the game with 1,305 points. His four goals and 35 FPL points are a fantastic comeback from his opening three games.

As mentioned with their former colleagues, Mohamed Salah (250) and Martin Odegaard (72) has attractive home matches against the newly promoted teams, while Brentford plays Evan Tony (100) receives the hosting of Everton after four offensive returns.

The ultimate striker is Che Adams (62) – A cheap player who just scored twice in a superb appearance at Leicester to net 508 points.


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