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Fantrax EPL: Gameweek 22 Waiver Wire

Every Fantrax manager knows that Waiver Wire acquisitions can make or break your Fantasy EPL season. Our Gameweek 22 Waiver Wire article is here to help you 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 22 Waiver Wire

Here we outline Fantasy EPL Waiver Wire Targets that have 40% rostered or below on Fantrax. These players should perform well over the upcoming period!


Alex Moreno

Position: Defender

Team: Aston Villa

Rostered: 39%

Next Fixture: LEI (H)

Prospects: We flagged the Spaniard last week and he duly delivered a 12-point performance. His rostered percentage shot up from 9 to 39% which means he sneaks into the WW article for one last time. He is quickly moving from pick-up in a 12-team league to pick-up in a 10 or even 8-team league category with defender streaming being a fool's errand this season. In his one and a half games he has already done enough to make Digne rosterers consider dropping their former 3rd/4th rounder. I know I dropped him last week.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver pick or 5-7 FAB to get him.

Max Wober

Position: Defender

Team: Leeds

Rostered: 34%

Next Fixture: NOT (A), MUN (A)

Prospects: The new left-back/centre-back in Yorkshire is surely in a constant state of blushing as Marsch has been praising him non-stop since his arrival from Germany. The American put his money where his mouth is and gave Wober a start as soon as he put on the Leeds kit at his unveiling and continued to play him after a knock had managers doubt his involvement last week. Wober then went on to give DraftLad and all others who bought in early a semi as he stepped over the ball to take set pieces too. It is all too good to be true. If only Leeds could start stringing together a run of results involving clean sheets, who knows what could happen? Oh and Leeds have a double gameweek!

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver pick or 5-7 FAB to get him.


Luis Sinisterra

Position: Forward

Team: Leeds

Rostered: 38%

Next Fixture: NOT (A), MUN (A)

Prospects: Long gone are the days of unhinged excitement for the Colombian when he came in in the summer with a better record last season in the Eredivisie than 100M man Anthony. Injuries, slow integration, and Leeds generally being bad have all contributed to tampered expectations. Now he is back and the double gameweek is a great opportunity for him to announce his return with a monster score.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver pick or 5-7 FAB to get him.


Patson Daka

Position: Forward

Team: Leicester

Rostered: 34%

Next Fixture: AVL (A)

Prospects: It is not a controversial statement that Leicester have struggled this season and while most will quickly point out set-piece defending, not upgrading at CB and the constant injuries to Ndidi and Maddison as the main reasons, the lack of a ready-made replacement for officially past-it Jamie Vardy is just as big an issue. None of the forwards have performed up to the standard expected from a team that only a few years ago was challenging for the top 4. With Maddison coming back, he will surely improve the whole offence, and with that, de-facto starting forward Patson Daka. Worth a speculative add and start.

Verdict: I would use a mid-range waiver pick or 5-7 FAB to get him.


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