Fantrax EPL: Gameweek 19 Sleepers XI + Weekly Streamers

Our Gameweek 19 Sleepers XI / Streamers article provides Fantrax managers with a lineup of Fantasy EPL hidden gems.  Our starting eleven of Draft Premier League differential picks will help you find a golden ticket to a big score this weekend!  These hints and tips will give you a better chance of picking up an all-important victory, as one of our picks could easily make the difference in a Head-to-Head game! We have added Streamers who are structured based on kick-off times and are even less rostered than are Sleepers for even more differential value!

We'll be focusing on players that will bring us not only attacking returns or clean sheets, but also those players that score Ghost Points in the sophisticated and statistics based Fantrax Scoring System!


Fantasy EPL Gameweek 19 Sleepers XI

For this section, we use the % rostered from Fantrax. Our only rule is that each player we highlight is required to be rostered in 60% of leagues or below at the time of writing. Therefore there's a good chance these players will be free agents in your Fantrax Draft League!


The Leeds vs Liverpool and Wolves vs Watford games have already been postponed due to a COVID outbreak , but keep an eye out as other games may suffer a similar fate.


GK: Robert Sanchez

Team: Brighton

Opponent: Brentford (Home)

Rostered: 56%

Points Last Gameweek: DNP

Prospects: Finally Brighton have a match, or at least it seems that way so far, so I can recommend Sanchez. He is one of the few season keeper keepers for me as he gets ghost points from Saves as well as the new categories.


DEF: Arthur Masuaku

Team: West Ham

Opponent: Southampton (Home)

Rostered: 28%

Points Last Gameweek: 10

Prospects: He played well in the loss to Arsenal and got rewarded with plenty of ghost points. With Creswell still not back, he should have a good chance to continue deputising.


DEF: Charlie Taylor

Team: Burnley

Opponent: Everton (Home)

Rostered: 53%

Points Last Gameweek: 12.5

Prospects: Taylor has been flying under the radar but if you look at his numbers, he has a solid ghost point floor and can score close to 10 even with a goal or 2 conceded. Everton are heavily depleted, especially amongthe forward line, so a Burnley CS is more than likely.


DEF: Mohammed Salisu

Team: Southampton

Opponent: West Ham (Away)

Rostered: 51%

Points Last Gameweek: 1

Prospects: Momo is back after the suspension and I have to include him. A personal favourite of mine this season, he is has fallen off a bit lately, but I expect him to get back among the ghosts on Boxing Day.


DEF: Davinson Sanchez

Team: Tottenham

Opponent: Crystal Palace (Home)

Rostered: 56%

Points Last Gameweek: 5.25

Prospects: Sanchez looks like the best ghoster out of the whole Spurs D, so he is an auto-start with a fixture where a CS is decently likely.


MID: Solly March

Team: Brighton

Opponent: Brentford (Home)

Rostered: 32%

Points Last Gameweek: no game

Prospects: March has been subject to the patented Potter Rotation lately, but put up decent scores when given the chance. Brighton had a few injuries , and some rumoured COVID cases, so March could feature in midfield against fellow COVID-ridden Brentford. If Gross is out of the lineup, I like him even more as he'll be on some set pieces.


MID: Billy Gilmour

Team: Norwich

Opponent: Arsenal (Home)

Rostered: 39%

Points Last Gameweek: 8.5

Prospects: Set piece king of the East, the Chelsea loanee has been orchestrating the Norwich attack since Smith arrived. A Tomiyasu-less Arsenal side could yield a set piece attacking return for Billy the Kid.


MID: Michael Olise

Team: Crystal Palace

Opponent: Tottenham (Away)

Rostered: 24%

Points Last Gameweek: 1

Prospects: It is still unclear whether Jordan Ayew in fact left for AFCON training camp or not. If he did, it will most likely be youngster Olise starting instead. Although Spurs is not an ideal matchup, he offers upside through his attacking ability and the fact that he takes some set pieces.


MID: Manuel Lanzini

Team: West Ham

Opponent: Southampton (Home)

Rostered: 23%

Points Last Gameweek: 7.5

Prospects: A true Draft legend, the Argentinian seems to have, to my large surprise, taken Benrahma's spot in the starting lineup and has been performing admirably. He is also on penalties and some corners.


FWD: Bryan Mbeumo

Team: Brentford

Opponent: Brighton (Away)

Rostered: 48%

Points Last Gameweek: 8.5

Prospects: The man who would smash Ronaldinho's crossbar challenge, finally got an assist against Leeds and will be hoping to build on that to go on a run of attacking returns.


FWD: Armando Broja

Team: Southampton

Opponent: West Ham (Away)

Rostered: 39%

Points Last Gameweek: 24.5

Prospects: He absolutely smashed it last week, and as long as he is under 60%, he is the first name on the Sleepers team sheet.


Stream your Way Through the Gameweek

For this section, we use the % rostered from Fantrax. Our only rule is that each player we highlight is required to be rostered in 25% of leagues or below at the time of writing. These players, as opposed to the Sleepers highlighted above, are only worth "streaming" meaning that while the above XI all have their argument for being held mid- to long-term, the players highlighted below have much longer odds of starting this week or regularly, but offer a higher chance of high scoring point return.


Sunday 15:00 GMT

WHU vs SOU, TOT vs CRY, NOR vs ARS, MCI vs LEI, BUR vs EVE

Nicola Vlasic - After impressing midweek and being subbed off early, he could continue to start without Antonio.

Eddie Nketiah - Another midweek impresser, could tear Norwich apart if afforded many opportunities in the 6-yard box

Cedric Soares/Nuno Tavares - It is hard not to bet against Norwich, especially if you have attacking fullbacks.


Sunday 17:30 GMT

AVL vs CHE

Malang Sarr- I would start most Chelsea players most weeks, and at this point most of the gameweek has gone so if you are still streaming, you have to take the scraps.

Ross Barkley - He did not play well midweek, so only a very difficult injury/COVID situation could see him start. If he does, play him.


Sunday 20:00 GMT

BRF vs BHA

Dan Burn - Aerials are the name of the game and scarcity is a cruel mistress. If you are streaming at this point, he is your best bet.

Mathias Jensen - Most likely to miss out at the weekend and very hot/cold, but could get a return through a set piece.


Monday 20:00 GMT

NEW vs MUN

Anthony Martial - Draft Genie has declared Martial time. So we have to include him. It is a contractual thing. :)

Scott McTominay - You probably have to start any and all United players against Newcastle.


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