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LÖSSL’S SHOT-STOPPING COULD BE CRUCIAL

20 September 2018

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Which Town players will make your Fantasy Football Team for Gameweek 6?

- Jonas Lössl has averaged 4.3 points a game since his return to the starting XI
- Terence Kongolo could contribute both in attack and defence
- Aaron Mooy was main goal threat against Crystal Palace

Jonas Lössl (£4.5m) will look to continue his fine start to the Fantasy Premier League season in Gameweek 6.

The Huddersfield Town goalkeeper has averaged 4.3 points per match, conceding just two goals in three appearances.

Lössl’s shot-stopping could be crucial for the trip to Leicester City, who have scored twice in three of their last four Premier League matches.

Further up the field, the return of Jonathan Hogg (£4.4m) from suspension could impact on David Wagner’s teamsheet.

The Terriers started with a 4-2-3-1 formation in the last match that Hogg was available for, at home to Cardiff City in Gameweek 3.

Terence Kongolo (£4.4m) featured at left-back against The Bluebirds and his contribution in both defence and attack could be significant at the King Power Stadium.

The Dutchman is ranked second only to Christopher Schindler (£4.4m) for clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI) for Huddersfield Town, by 28 to 29.

He is The Terriers’ top-ranked defender for successful tackles, with a total of 12.

In addition, Kongolo has fired three shots on goal this season, more than any defensive team-mate.

Aaron Mooy (£5.3m) could profit from a more advanced central support role should Wagner switch formations.

The Australia international boasted Huddersfield Town’s main goal threat against Crystal Palace last weekend, producing four efforts in the 1-0 loss.

Indeed, although he has yet to score, Mooy’s statistics fare better when compared with last season.

He has averaged an effort every 60 minutes, far quicker than 105.9 in 2017/18.


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