There’s another interesting conversation happening on Twitter about free agent darlings. Marvin Zeegelaar: do you rate him? Let us know!

Despite their lackluster pedigree, many serviceable wingbacks have thrived in Togga format. Historically speaking, when you see the likes of Charlie Daniels, George Friend, Aaron Cresswell, and Matt Phillips combine crosses and intermittent clean sheets to put up big fantasy numbers, you’d be foolish to doubt that Zeegelaar could do the same. When playing three at the back, Silva now clearly favors Zeegelaar over Holebas to play in front of Britos on the left of the midfield. He does average a yellow card for every three appearances, so don’t expect him to be a disciplinary upgrade over Holebas (ahem, Mr. Booth). Pick him up and park him for the next two game weeks, but confidently start him for the SIX fixtures after.

Reminder! There are two game weeks in the next six days so be sure to create a few notifications for yourself, as follows:

  • Tuesday-Wednesday: GW14
  • Thursday: Waivers
  • Saturday-Sunday: GW15

Let’s get started.

  • Postscript from GW12: Pogba was kept off the score sheet but still managed 13 points, but every time I hate on Dele Alli, it backfires. See also, Pascal Gross. MEA CULPA, Mr. Gross. But, FU, Alli, I still don’t like you.
  • Studs: Xherdan Shaqiri – It must an official format thing, but I’ve yet to see my peers rank Shaqiri in the top 10 of midfielders. What’s he done so far in Togga format? Welp, he’s 4th highest scoring midfielder and #12 overall, that’s all. He remains the lone piece of consistent quality available to Mark Hughes with the rapidly regressing Diouf and the erratic Choupo-Moting. Look for Shaqiri to unravel the Liverpool defense at least once since the Reds concede goals for giggles away from Anfield.
  • Duds: Virgil Van Dijk – He’s back! Do my eyes deceive me? 13 aerials won, 10 clearances, 15 points and a narrowly missed clean sheet. But now, he takes his soon to be soiled dignity to the Etihad, where I can guarantee aerials won’t be happening and nor will clean sheets. City will keep their onslaught on the floor, and in doing so, put Van Dijk into far less than his 8.84 points per match average. I still doubt Mike P feels good about trading Martial for VvD.
 GoalkeepersDefendersMidfieldersForwards
1David De GeaKyle WalkerKevin De BruyneSergio Aguero
2Hugo LlorisSead KolasinacEden HazardMohamed Salah
3Nick PopeMarcos AlonsoChristian EriksenHarry Kane
4Lukasz FabianskiAntonio ValenciaPaul PogbaAlexis Sanchez
5Asmir BegovicKieran TrippierLeroy SaneRomelu Lukaku
6Thibaut CourtoisCesar AzpilicuetaPascal GrossRaheem Sterling
7Petr CechJames MilnerPhilippe CoutinhoAlvaro Morata
8Mat RyanNicolas OtamendiXherdan ShaqiriRicharlison
9Kasper SchmeichelBen DaviesSadio ManeRoberto Firmino
10EdersonNacho MonrealAaron RamseyJamie Vardy
11Simon MignoletDavide ZappacostaWilfried ZahaAlexander Lacazette
12Jordan PickfordCharlie DanielsRiyad MahrezDominic Calvert-Lewin
13Rob ElliotStephen WardDele AlliMarcus Rashford
14Heurelho GomesJan VertonghenYohan CabayeJoshua King
15Jonas LosslShane DuffyManuel LanziniChristian Benteke
16Joe HartBen MeeGylfi SigurdssonAndre Gray
17Fraser ForsterShkodran MustafiCesc FabregasGabriel Jesus
18Lee GrantHarry MaguireAndros TownsendCallum Wilson
19Julian SperoniLeighton BainesChoupo-MotingAnthony Martial
20Ben FosterAlberto MorenoHeung-Min SonChris Wood
21Chris SmallingAbdoulaye DoucouréJoselu
22Nathan AkeAnthony KnockaertCharlie Austin
23Laurent KoscielnyN'Golo KanteSalomon Rondon
24Gary CahillFernandinhoMame Biram Diouf
25Christian FuchsAshley YoungGlenn Murray
26Virgil Van DijkWill Hughes
27Davinson SanchezMatt Ritchie
28Mamadou SakhoRuben Loftus-Cheek
29Simon FrancisRobbie Brady
30Kurt ZoumaFabian Delph
31Aaron CresswellAaron Mooy
32Marvin ZeegelaarJuan Mata
33James TarkowskiDusan Tadic
34Kyle NaughtonGranit Xhaka
35Hector BellerinDavy Propper
36Pablo ZabaletaMatt Phillips
37Cedric SoaresDarren Fletcher
38Matthew LowtonGeorginio Wijnaldum
39Joel MatipJeff Hendrick
40Andreas ChristensenAndrew Surman

This season, our weekly fantasy Premier League ranks are a one-man affair, with Benji Wade taking over the mantle. You can find him on Twitter: .