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MOUNIÉ AND PRITCHARD COMBINATION HAS BEEN KEY

23 November 2018

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Fantasy Premier League tips ahead of Gameweek 13

- Mounié could be a threat to the Wolves defence
- Pritchard has averaged a shot every 30.8 minutes in the last two games
- Crosses from Florent Hadergjonaj could be a weapon for Town

Steve Mounié (£5.8m) could be a key player for Huddersfield Town in Gameweek 13 of Fantasy Premier League.

The Terriers travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers having picked up four points in their last two matches.

Mounié’s return to the teamsheet in Gameweek 11 has been significant in that recent revival.

The Benin international has recorded six shots and four key passes over those two fixtures, both more than any team-mate.

Indeed, his six efforts inside the box over Gameweek 11-12 ranks third among FPL forwards.

That highlights Mounié’s threat against a Wolves defence that’s conceded in each of their last four Premier League matches.

Alex Pritchard (£4.8m) will be hoping to build on his goal against West Ham United last time out.

The former Norwich City man has benefitted from Mounié’s return to the starting XI.

Pritchard has averaged a shot every 30.8 minutes in the last two matches in his central support role.

Prior to that, he fired an effort on goal every 47.9 minutes.

The delivery of Florent Hadergjonaj (£4.4m) could also be a big weapon for the visitors at Molineux.

Wolves are without their regular left wing-back, Jonny (£4.5m), through injury, which could allow the Swiss international to profit down the flank.

Similar to Mounié, Hadergjonaj made a return to the XI in Gameweek 11.

His total of nine crosses since then is bettered by only six other defenders in FPL.


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