Find out who the Scout is championing in Gameweek 12 of Fantasy Premier League when City travel to Chelsea.

Pep Guardiola’s side visit Stamford Bridge on Sunday 12 November with kick-off in the capital scheduled for 16:30 (UK).

We’ll be looking to strengthen our position at the top of the table during the clash after moving to the league’s summit last time out after an emphatic 6-1 win over Bournemouth.

Jeremy Doku starred at the Etihad Stadium against the Cherries by scoring and claiming four assists in the victory which represented our third successive in the Premier League.

City then perfectly followed this up by securing passage into the Champions League knockout stages with two matches to play after a strong 3-0 home win over Young Boys.

But against Mauricio Pochettino’s side buoyed by their 4-1 victory over rivals Tottenham Hotspur last time out, we will be expecting a tough test in London.

In our previous encounter with Chelsea, Guardiola’s newly crowned league champions were victorious 1-0 in May thanks to Julian Alvarez’s goal at the Etihad.

But who is the Scout backing to influence proceedings this time around?

Find out in our latest report below ahead of Saturday 11 November’s 11:00 (UK) deadline.


Bernardo Silva (£6.3m) visits Chelsea in Gameweek 12 in his best form of 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League.

The midfielder scored twice in City’s 6-1 win over Bournemouth last weekend to collect his season-high 14 points.

Added to his recent assist against Manchester United, this means Bernardo has amassed 21 points over the previous two Gameweeks.

He ranks second only to the 23 points of Jeremy Doku (£6.6m) among team-mates in that period.

The underlying numbers highlight Bernardo’s all-round influence on the champions’ attack.

His three shots on target and six key passes in the last two Gameweeks both place among City’s top two players.

Meanwhile, Bernardo’s three big chances created were more than any other player in Fantasy.


Cole Palmer (£5.0m) is Chelsea’s in-form player. The midfielder has three goals and three assists in his five starts for the Londoners this term.


Elsewhere, West Ham United’s Mohammed Kudus (£6.5m) and Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah (£5.6m) are low-owned assets with strong form and fixtures.

Kudus hosts Nottingham Forest on the back of a goal, an assist and 11 points last time out.

Nketiah faces a Burnley side who have lost four successive matches, conceding at least twice on each occasion.