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FPL 2023-24 – Free Hit XI For Gameweek 6


For those considering the Free Hit chip, for Gameweek 6, here’s a suggested team:

The following team is within the £100m budget at the time of writing, with the cheapest possible substitutes used:


GOALKEEPER: Nick Pope – £5.5m – Newcastle
Fixture: vs Sheffield Utd (a)

Two straight clean sheets in all competitions and faces one of the promoted clubs in Gameweek 6.

DEFENDER: Kieran Trippier – £6.5m – Newcastle
Fixture: vs Sheffield Utd (a)

Full of assist potential and has been in excellent form recently. Ten attacking returns in the Premier League last season.

DEFENDER: Pervis Estupinan – £5.3m – Brighton
Fixture: vs Bournemouth (H)

Rested in Gameweek 5 following international break exertions but is likely to come back into the Seagulls XI. Three attacking returns already this season.

DEFENDER: Sven Botman – £4.5m – Newcastle
Fixture: vs Sheffield Utd (a)

Completes the Newcastle defensive triple-up. A calming presence at the back and a nailed-on starter when fit.

MIDFIELDER: Mo Salah – £12.5m – Liverpool
Fixture: vs West Ham (H)

An obvious pick given the fact he has now scored or assisted in his last 11 Premier League appearances for Liverpool.

MIDFIELDER: Bukayo Saka – £8.7m – Arsenal
Fixture: vs Tottenham (H)

Two goals and three assists in his last four club appearances in all competitions. Could be the difference maker in the North London Derby.

MIDFIELDER: Bryan Mbeumo – £6.9m – Brentford
Fixture: vs Everton (H)

A favourable home fixture for a player who has scored more FPL points than any other midfielder this season.

MIDFIELDER: Jeremy Doku – £6.5m – Man City
Fixture: vs Nottingham Forest (H)

Benched in the midweek Champions League game which indicates a start on the weekend. Scored in GW5 and looks comfortable at his new club.

FORWARD: Erling Haaland – £14.1m – Man City
Fixture: vs Nottingham Forest (H)

Has missed plenty of chances recently but is still Mr Reliable when it comes to FPL points, plus his next hat-trick is always just around the corner…

FORWARD: Julian Alvarez – £6.9m – Man City
Fixture: vs Nottingham Forest (H)

The form player at the moment and the most transferred in asset ahead of Gameweek 6. A no-brainer on a Free Hit.

FORWARD: Evan Ferguson – £6.0m – Brighton
Fixture: vs Bournemouth (H)

Should be fully fit now after a brief cameo in Gameweek 5. Scored a hat-trick against Newcastle in Brighton’s last home league game.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.


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