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5 April 2018

Club News


5 April 2018

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Aaron Mooy impressing Fantasy Premier League managers

- Mooy creates most FPL chances in last four gameweeks
- Terence Kongolo has made 22 successful tackles in last six games
- Mounié could benefit from Mooy’s pin-point delivery

Aaron Mooy (£5.3m) will be a key figure for Fantasy Premier League managers as we look to achieve the double over Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend.

Over his last four matches, the Australia international has supplied ten key passes and created three big chances – an opportunity when the player receiving the ball is expected to score. No FPL midfielder has bettered that in their previous four appearances.

Mooy was also the top-ranked player for successful crosses (four) in our 2-0 home win over the Seagulls back in Gameweek 16.

If recalled to the starting XI, striker Steve Mounié (£5.7m) could profit from Mooy’s pinpoint delivery.

He scored both goals against Chris Hughton’s defence last time out.

Meanwhile, the return of Terence Kongolo (£4.4m) from injury last weekend looks vital to our prospects of a clean sheet at the Amex Stadium.

Since being handed his first start in Gameweek 25, the left-back has made 22 successful tackles in his last six matches – more than any other FPL defender.

Pascal Gross (£6.0m) and Glenn Murray (£6.0m) pose the main threat to the Terriers backline.

Gross has averaged 5.9 FPL points per match at the Amex Stadium, while Murray has scored six goals in his last six starts.

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