Find out who the Scout is championing in Gameweek 20 of Fantasy Premier League as Manchester City host Sheffield United.

Pep Guardiola’s side welcome the Blades to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday 30 December with kick-off scheduled for 15:00 (UK).

The Treble winners enter the fixture buoyed by our Club World Cup success earlier this month and our superb 3-1 win over Everton upon our return to domestic action.

After falling behind at Goodison Park, the visitors hit back after half-time when Phil Foden produced a fantastic drive from range to beat Jordan Pickford.


Julian Alvarez then gave City a deserved lead from the penalty spot before Bernardo Silva rubber-stamped a fine victory by producing an audacious chip for our third of the night.

However, three points are far from guaranteed against a rejuvenated Blades side following the return of Chris Wilder to the Yorkshire side’s helm.

Since the former Middlesbrough manager replaced Paul Heckingbottom, Sheffield United have collected four points and earned a respectable draw at Aston Villa in their previous away trip.

In the reverse fixture in August, a late Rodrigo goal earned Guardiola’s team three points in a 2-1 success after Jayden Bogle cancelled out Erling Haaland’s 63rd minute strike.

And there may be decisions FPL managers need to make before the sides lock horns this weekend.

Read our latest FPL Scout report before Saturday 30 December’s 11:00 (UK) deadline.


Kyle Walker (£5.3m) can deliver points at both ends of the pitch as Manchester City host Sheffield United in Gameweek 20 of Fantasy Premier League.

The right-back has started every league match for the champions this season, claiming four clean sheets and an assist.

When compared with the previous campaign, the England international has markedly improved his all-round attacking potential.

He has created 15 chances already this term, more than double his total of six from 2022/23.

Furthermore, his eight shots surpass his tally of five from last season.

The Blades’ form on the road also boosts Walker’s chances of another clean sheet on Saturday afternoon.

Chris Wilder’s side have produced a league-low five goals in away matches, scoring just twice in their previous five.


Cameron Archer (£4.6m) is the visitors’ form player, with a goal and an assist over his last two appearances.   


Elsewhere, Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise (£5.8m) and Aston Villa’s John McGinn (£5.5m) are low-owned assets with strong form and fixtures.

Olise hosts Brentford on the back of two goals, an assist and 24 points in his last three matches.

McGinn entertains Burnley having scored his fifth goal of the season against Manchester United in midweek.