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All games on one day, so you’re spoilt for choice as to who you line up. I’ve scanned the Championship for cheap alternatives and SPITCH high-performers and have more than found them!


Ryan Allsop (58 credits, Derby): Fulham fire the most shots on goal of any Championship team, so hopefully he’ll get plenty to do and add more than a +40 save to his SPITCH account. With Fulham averaging 16.1 shots, this should be possible after all. 


Neco Williams (40 credits, Fulham): The Liverpool loanee is one of the best players in the league and has four scorer points in just eleven appearances. When he plays, it’s almost always 90 minutes, so a call-up to your eleven could be worthwhile as the Cottagers are clear favourites.

Nathaniel Phillips (40 credits, Bournemouth): It’s all about defending second place, so the defense will be throwing everything in to keep Middlesbrough out of the play-off places. He was also loaned from Liverpool and has been an undisputed starter ever since, always playing 90 minutes. So with 1.1 shots per game, you get some scoring potential on top of his passing accuracy of 83%.

Timm Klose (40 credits, Bristol): Some may remember him from the Bundesliga, but now Bristol is his home. Timm Klose ranks second in the “ball intercepted, blocked” category (last 5 matchdays), showing that his scoring average of 232 is no coincidence.

Scott Wharton (40 credits, Blackburn): Blackburn must perform and Peterborough have only little hope of staying in the league. Under his aid his team has played to nil eleven times and at SPITCH he is an alleged bargain for 40 credits.


Sam Field (7 credits, Queens Park): You read correctly. Only 7 credits will cost you a player who was the best in his position on the last matchday and who, for his price, can show a more than stable scoring average of over 150. A lot of players will certainly play him, so take him and don’t take any risks or start without him?

Lewis Baker (40 credits, Stoke): The last 40 credits player from this preview. With an assist and a goal in the last game Baker showed again how important he is for his team after missing the game before. There is not much at stake for Stoke, but when someone achieves ten scoring points in 15 games, it is hard to go without him.

Sander Berge (78 credits, Sheffield U.): Probably the clearest favourite with a significant game. The play-offs are at stake and Sheffield U. drop points too often. Their opponents are in danger of relegation and desperately need three points, so I’ll gladly take the 6’5″ Norwegian, because someone who was once signed for 23 million euros should be able to shine again at SPITCH.


Aleksandar Mitrovic (200 credits, Fulham): I don’t think there is much that needs to be said. 19 goals and 48 shots on goal speak for themselves, so has he captain potential once again?

Michael Obafemi (46 credits, Swansea): Rollercoaster ride at SPITCH. Look at his last few games and you know straight away how much potential, but also risk, comes with him. Once a 500 game, but unfortunately also measly points in the single digits. Last game was nothing at all, so this time point explosion again?

Callum Robinson (76 credits, West Brom): The 27-year-old Irishman manages 2.1 shots per game and already 15 scoring points in the league. Last chance for West Brom to attack the top again, so you can hope for an attack-minded game and thus many +65 shots on goal from him. 

About me: Quite simply, I am one of you. I’ve been playing SPITCH since the beginning (2018), topped the community leaderboards for years, and managed to take first place in our “main event” twice already. However, I recently decided with a heavy heart to hang up my SPITCH shoes. Now I’m part of the SPITCH crew and it’s my job to prepare you for the next matchday in the best possible way.




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