UCL Fantasy MD10 Differentials
MD10 is the second legs of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League Quarter-Finals.
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For the quarter-finals (MD10), you can pick a maximum of five players from the same club in your squad.
|Phase||Number of free transfers|
|MD7||Before round of 16 1st leg||Unlimited|
|MD8||Before round of 16 2nd leg||3|
|MD9||Before quarter-final 1st leg||5|
|MD10||Before quarter-final 2nd leg||3|
|MD11||Before semi-final 1st leg||5|
|MD12||Before semi-final 2nd leg||3|
Don’t forget the Manual Substitution in UCL Fantasy that can be used in between match days.
- PSG v Bayern (PSG leads 3-2)
- Chelsea v Porto (Chelsea lead 2-0)
- Dortmund v Man City (Man City lead 2-1)
- Liverpool v Real (Real lead 3-1)
UCL Fantasy MD10 Differentials
MD10 is ripe time to play some differentials.
Thomas Muller (Bayern) – 3%
Bayern is 3-2 down from the first leg and have to score at least 2 goals in Paris to progress. They are also missing 12 players through injuries or COVID so are bringing a very thin squad.
Muller is the most senior of the team and almost a must-have if you believe that Bayern have it in them to turn this tie around. Muller scored on MD9 and have 2 goals and 3 assists in the current campaign, which is his least fruitful Champions League season in a decade.
Choupo-Moting (Bayern) – 3%
Without Lewandowsko, Choupo-Moting is the only senior out-and-out forward in the team and has started on MD9, in which he found the net.
He would be a great differential pick for this MD but may not have lasting value given that Bayern are likely to be eliminated and even if they are not, Lewandowski may be fit for MD11.
Azpilicueta (Chelsea) – 6%
Chelsea holds a 2-0 lead going into their “home” leg and will know that a clean sheet is more important than any goals in this game.
Tuchel does rotate his backline quite alot but one man is always on his teamsheet – Azpilicueta. At 6%, he is definitely worth backing for this MD – Chelsea are also strong favourite to progress from here.
Havertz (Chelsea) – 2%
Another Chelsea differential player to back is Havertz, who enjoyed a good outing over the weekend at Palace, scoring once and assisting once.
The German has played a part in every Champions League game this season bar one (when he was injured) so there is a good chance he will face Porto here. Likewise, with Chelsea’s progress in mind, he can be a ‘keeper’ for the MDs to come.
Mahrez (Man City) – 2%
OK OK, it is never easy to guess who City will field but if we have to back anyone, it would be the Algerian, who at 2% owned and 8.9m is a very affordable differential.
He started City’s last two games in the competition and was fully rested over the weekend, suggesting that he is back in immediate contention for this second leg at Dortmund.
Wijnaldum (Real) – 1%
Liverpool faces an extreme uphill task to progress.
There is some sentimental value in picking the Dutchman who is a regular starter. He is also of course a “big game” player – his two goals against Barcelona in the 2018/19 Champions League Semis are still fresh in Liverpool fans’ memories.
Several other Liverpool players are highly owned so if there is one differential from Liverpool, it would be Wijnaldum.
Militao (Real) – 1%
Real goes to Anfield knowing that the Reds need to score at least 2 goals to progress.
Zidane’s team would be unspectacular as usual and could be backed to go away with a clean sheet.
With Varane and Ramos both out, Militao is almost a sure starter.
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