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Fantrax EPL: Gameweek 11 Waiver Wire

Updated: Nov 12, 2021

Every Fantrax manager knows that Waiver Wire acquisitions can make or break your Fantasy EPL season.  This Gameweek 11 Waiver Wire article is here to help managers pick up the best Draft Premier League players possible ahead of the next Fantrax waiver processing!

Essential reading before the Tuesday waiver requests process!

Gameweek 11 Waiver Wire

Here we outline Fantasy EPL Waiver Wire Targets that have 40% ownership or below on Fantrax.  These are the low ownership players who could perform very well over the upcoming period!

Tyrick Mitchell

Position: Defender

Team: Crystal Palace

Rostered: 13%

Next 3 Fixtures: WOL (H), bur (A), AVL (H)

Prospects: This was supposed to be a sneaky under-the-radar pick Ryan has been keeping under wraps for weeks. Then the Palace lads go on and ruin it by getting a huge result against City. Now everyone will be looking for Palace assets and finding out about Mitchell's prospects... Well everyone should. It is not only the kind fixtures but the fact that this Palace team is actually becoming really good: solid at the back and exciting up front. It's time to invest in some of their players for this upcoming run. If you are not able to snag Mitchell, you can do worse than streaming Andersen, Guehi, or Ward.

Verdict: I would use a low-tier waiver claim or about 2-5% of my FAB on Mitchell.

Enock Mwepu

Position: Midfielder

Team: Brighton

Rostered: 4%

Next 3 Fixtures: NEW (H), avl (A), LEE (H)

Prospects: Another player who has been talked about a lot in the smoke-filled back rooms of The Draft Society HQ. The biggest fan has undoubtedly been Joe, who envisioned Mwepu starting against Liverpool and now has officially been appointed captain of the Mwepu hype train, destination: Points City. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees when it comes to Brighton starters, but Mwepu played very well against Liverpool and should be given a chance to keep his run going. The fixture list is a peach, so you might have to overpay to get him.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver claim or about 5-8% of my FAB on Mwepu.

Rayan Ait-Nouri

Position: Defender

Team: Wolves

Rostered: 17%

Next 3 Fixtures: cry (A), WHU (H), nor (A)

Prospects: At the time of writing, the Wolves vs Everton game hasn't happened yet, but Marcal's reported injury means that RAN is nailed on to start once again. 12.25 in the draw against Leeds in GW9 indicates that our pre-draft hype of him was not unfounded. Lage opted to start the season with Marcal on the left side of defence, but a few good performances by the young Frenchman could get him the starting job for good. This pickup could be a sound investment in the medium to long term as well.

Verdict: I would use a low-tier waiver claim or about 2-5% of my FAB on Ait-Nouri.

Eberechi Eze

Position: Midfielder

Team: Crystal Palace

Rostered: 29%

Next 3 Fixtures: WOL (H), bur (A), AVL (H)

Prospects: Reportedly back in team training after his Achilles tear, I do not expect Eze to crack the first team before the international break. The reason he is in the article is because he will surely be picked up once the news of him in training becomes widespread. This is the time to pick him up and stash him on your bench for the next few weeks. I only recommend this pickup if you are able to pick up and hold him for at least 2 more gameweeks.

Verdict: I would use a mid-tier waiver claim or about 3-7% of my FAB on Eze.

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