Fantasy Football Titan is pleased to be covering 3 different fantasy football games this season. Please go into the subsections of the page to read up on prematch fantasy picks related to each of them.
This section covers generic fantasy football related articles as well as other fantasy football games covered by us in the past.
- You are allowed to make 3 free transfers
- You are allowed to have 5 players from the same country (up from 4)
- The team budget is 105 million
- ALISSON (BRA | 6.0) - Brazil is a good bet to go all the way so Alisson is a solid choice to have as a GK, having only conceded once in 4 games.
DANIJEL SUBASIC (CRO | 5.6) - Croatia is arguably on the easier side of the bracket and can be fancied.
- ANDREAS GRANQVIST (SWE | 5.2) - Captain. Inspiration. Penalty taker. Granqvist is a must have at his price.
- MIRANDA (BRA | 5.6) - Cheaper of the two Brazilian center-halves.
- DEJAN LOVREN (CRO | 5.1) - Lovren has yet to score, but is known to be a threat at set-pieces going forward.
- BENJAMIN PAVARD (FRA | 4.5) - Another top bargain player, highly expected to start after his performance against the Argentines
KIERAN TRIPPIER (ENG | 5.6) - Trippier was a constant threat going forward and is due an assist at the minimum.
- PHILIPPE COUTINHO (BRA | 9.2) - The maestro of the Brazilian midfield; takes free-kicks for his nation and has already scored twice.
DENIS CHERYSHEV (BEL | 5.7) - Very good value at his price, even though Russia may continue to adopt a defensive approach.
- JESSE LINGARD (ENG | 7.6) - Lingard came from nowhere to be one of England's top performer in the tournament so far. Energetic and packs a good shot.
- KEVIN DE BRUYNE (BEL | 9.9) - It's a travesty that KDB only have had an assist thus far to his name. May be time for him to leave his mark in fantasy soon.
- VIKTOR CLAESSON (SWE | 5.6) - Feels like shopping in IKEA but CLAESSON is another absolute Swedish bargain.
- HARRY KANE (ENG | 11.2) - You cannot ignore the tournament's top scorer who is his team's regular spot-kick taker.
- ARTEM DZYUBA (RUS | 8.1) - Dzyuba is also Russia's spot-kick taker.
- KYLIAN MBAPPE (FRA | 9.0) - This French youngster have the opportunity to steal the show at the World Cup.
It was an atypical weekend in the FPL on GW01, as the big guns faltered slightly and a swathe of reasonably priced players stole the limelight with eye-catching performances. It will be human nature to jump in and transfer the above-mentioned players into your squads asap but don't jump blindly! Read through as we assessed whether it is a good idea or not to bring them in.
We will provide our verdict of BUY NOW | MAYBE | NO GO to some of these top performing players for GW01.Click here to read more
The new season is finally upon us with less than a week to go. The first squad is always the hardest to choose, and it is all the more difficult following a World Cup.
With that, here are our recommendations, as well as some alternatives at about the same price range.
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As we speak, we are still a few days away for some last minute transfers waiting to be announced, but with not much time left to the first game of the season, we look at the best transfer buys thus far this season that you could select for your FPL team.Click here to read more
With less than a week to go to the start of Fantasy Premier League, you should already have a killer team name and have a broad idea of some general points to look out for when picking your GW1 squad. Here, we take a deeper dive into the three promoted sides of the 2018/19 Premier League and showcase a few players whom we think may make the difference.
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Choosing a solid GW1 is by far the most important step for a good Fantasy Premier League season. A good start will blast your team to early successes and build leads that will literally take weeks for your rivals to surpass. If there is just a few days in a season which you will like to focus entirely on FPL, we believe it is over the next week.
We will make specific player picks later on but here we focus on 5 overall things which you may want to consider before selecting your GW1 15.Click here to read more
It's time of the year again when the Premier League season is just round the corner (but not yet) and the FPL is open for selection. It probably makes sense now to learn and scout a few players then settle on a GW1 squad sometime just before the deadline (10th Aug).Click here to read more
There are just eight games left in the 2018 FIFA World Cup as we reach the quarter-final stage, aka GW5 in the world of World Cup Fantasy.
A few points to note for this GW:
With that we have a team of picks <<Team value @103.0>>
There are also just two different calendar days over which GW5 will be played - choose a good spread of players who play on the first day and on the second day. Especially for GKs, make sure you pick a GK playing in day one and another playing in day 2.
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We are at the half-way mark of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, with 32 matches played. GW3 is the final Group stage games and it presents an interesting proposition for Fantasy managers.
Goals and action are often synonymous with this round of games and we highly recommend the use of the Maximum Captain booster.
Our picks will feature those players not likely to be rested, total value coming in at exactly 10.0.Click here to read more
At time of writing the World Cup Fantasy is well into GW2. There are two boosters and one wildcard in this game and with only a total of 7 GWs, we look at when best it is to utilise them.Click here to read more
After 16 Group Stage games, everyone have had opportunities to analyse all the teams and have a first look at the tactics and starting XI of the teams. Before we make transfers for GW2, we take a look at the first 6 Groups (A-F). Unfortunately there is just a very short window between the end of GW1 to the close of the GW2 transfer window (1hr) so we advise you to make changes early!
We run through the groups and make some generic picks for the World Cup Fantasy.Click here to read more