FPL expert Gianni Buttice’s Gameweek 10 Wildcard squad

Fantasy Football Pro Reveals His Gameweek 10 Wildcard Lineup

Fantasy Premier League (FPL) expert Gianni Buttice is making a bold move for Gameweek 10 by activating his Wildcard. With the clock ticking down to the Friday 18:30 BST deadline, Gianni is unleashing his master plan.


Alphonse Areola (£4.2m): In a season where standout goalkeepers are hard to come by, Areola's budget-friendly price and a favorable fixture run make him a sensible choice.

Matt Turner (£4.1m): While Odysseas Vlachodimos (£4.5m) may soon challenge Turner's spot, for now, Turner's low cost makes him the ideal backup.


Matty Cash (£5.1m): Cash leads all defenders in Expected Goal Involvement (xGI) this season, showing his attacking potential under Unai Emery.

Gabriel (£4.7m): Arsenal's defense can be rock-solid, especially with a good fixture run. Gabriel is a steal at this price.

Konstantinos Tsimikas (£4.5m): Expect Tsimikas to deliver from the left with his outswinging set-pieces, a feature Jurgen Klopp favors.

Jarrad Branthwaite (£4.0m): Everton's defense has held up well, and Sean Dyche trusts Branthwaite. He's the top defensive budget option.

Charlie Taylor (£3.9m): A second budget defender to free up funds for the attack. He's a backup option from Burnley.


Mohamed Salah (£12.8m): Accommodating Salah requires a Wildcard due to the surgery needed. His consistency, even in off weeks, is unmatched.

Son Heung-min (£9.5m): Son's ability to overperform his Expected Goals (xG) makes him a valuable asset for an attack-focused Tottenham.

Bukayo Saka (£8.5m): Arsenal's upcoming home fixtures are promising, and Saka is both reliable and has a high ceiling.

Moussa Diaby (£6.7m): Gianni is keen to target Aston Villa's fixture run. While cheaper options are performing well, Diaby could be a differential for a few weeks.

Kaoru Mitoma (£6.5m): Brighton's fixtures make backing Mitoma a safe bet, given his consistency.


Erling Haaland (£14.0m): Haaland may have been quiet lately, but his potential for massive FPL returns is undeniable, especially when Manchester City hits their stride.

Ollie Watkins (£8.3m): Under Emery's management, Watkins is a goal machine, and his past FPL success is hard to ignore.

Divin Mubama (£4.3m): Mubama is the budget-friendly third substitute, helping Gianni create a balanced squad.

In a strategic move, Gianni has assembled a cost-effective squad with a mix of reliable stars and promising differentials. Will this Wildcard lineup propel him to FPL glory in Gameweek 10?

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