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Finish Strong! Episode 9 of the Key Pass Collective

Updated: May 27, 2021

The Key Pass Collective is the one-stop-shop Fantasy EPL podcast to help you prepare your team for anything and everything the Fantasy Gods can throw at it. Waivers, Sleepers, Trade advice are just some of the issues covered by our host Joe Williams and our three analysts Draft Genie, Ryan Barnes, and Tottiandor. You will no doubt be subject to some Firmino vs Pepe banter, a lot of Shaw, Kovacic, and Fleck love with a healthy sprinkling of Spurs and Burnley negativism. That is the Key Pass Collective.

This is a short summary of all that has been mentioned in the latest episode of the Key Pass Collective. Players to pick up, strategies to use, etc.

Finish Strong! A Summary of Ep9 of the Key Pass Collective

The KPC boys help you prepare for the last GW of the entire 2020/21 EPL Season offering up advice on big-name players to drop, low ownership players to target, and strategies to use for the last day of the season.

To listen to episode 9 of the Key Pass Collective, click HERE.

Players to Drop

There have been a boatload of injuries in the last few weeks of the season, so we have listed the players who are injured or doubtful for the last game of the season. For the full list of players, we suggest you visit Premier injuries and follow the FPL injury czar, Ben Dinnery.

The list: Eze, Tanganga, Fabianski, Dubravka, ASM, Willock, Joelinton, Gundo, Barkley, Pope, Kante, Welbeck, Havertz, Meslier, Kabak, Cancelo, Walker, McTominay, Fred, Adams.

Big-name players who have been underperforming should also be considered droppable as ruthlessness is dialed to the max for the last sprint.

The list: Maddison, Sterling, Bernardo Silva.

Waiver Wire Targets

Although by the time this article is published, waivers had already run in most of the leagues, but the players in this section should be considered if they have cleared waivers in 10-12 team leagues.










Pablo Hernandez

Andros Townsend



Lo Celso/Ndombele





Andy Carroll


Ashley Barnes





Strategies on Managing Multiple Lineup Announcements

With all the matches happening at once, it is very important to come prepared for when lineups are announced. We listed a few strategies to use for the last day free-for-all.

  1. Identify a list of players who you are willing to drop without a millisecond of thought.

  2. Identify the games that have most of the high upside players on your roster (or players you are looking at in the Free Agent Pool). Focus on no more than 3 games (6 team sheets).

  3. Pay attention to Fantrax signals: Green tick means starter, Red cross means bench, no sign means not in squad.

  4. Immediately (preferably in an open window) drop everyone who is not starting or not in the squad, this will make pickups easier.

  5. Open tabs for all the teams you are following closely and sort the Players tab for each team.

  6. Subscribe to the Official EPL teams feed list (curated by Chuck Booth) and frantically refresh Twitter

For the latest episode of the Key Pass Collective, follow @KP_Collective on Twitter!


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