Our list of choices for FPL Captain in descending order of preference. =================================================== Philippe COUTINHO (LIV, 8.7m) – Home to Sunderland Playing against a Sunderland side […]
Man City – They have won 10 of their last 11 games against Palace & kept Clean Sheets in 5 of the last 6. Expect them to do well, especially when Palace’s form is very poor.
International weeks are worrying times for Fantasy managers but they do sometimes provide indication on how some players will perform on their return. Most worrying is that a fantasy Premier League star will pick up an injury while on international duty.
Welcome back from the International break! WK15 features a full set of European fixtures so we go back to the same routine on only picking players with two fixtures.
It is widely accepted that the Premier League is more physical and played at a faster pace than other top European leagues. This combination of pace and power can make for a difficult transition for those plying their trade in the EPL for the first time. And the variance in success makes it interesting for us to look at how ‘rookies’ have performed in the Premier League thus far. Rookies are, by our definition, players who are playing in the Premier League for the first time in their respective careers this season.
It’s Wk 12 in League SX and it’s back to full European action for all the clubs. Our picks will thus focus back solely on the clubs in European action this week, since they will play two games instead of one.
Premier League is back in full steam this weekend yet again after a round of action in Europe. How will the big clubs fare? Will it be easy for non-Europe participants?
WK 10 in League SX is all about Europe again. We will have to refocus our picks on players whom have two fixtures instead of one.
From London to Buenos Aires to Dakar, a total of 96 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers were played in this current international break. Premier League clubs are laden with top international players so unsurprisingly, many of them have dominated headlines across the globe.
Gameweek 6 saw Manchester United bounced back with an emphatic win, Sergio Aguero scoring a brace and Tottenham with a precious 2-1 away win. This gameweek, the attention is on whether the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool continue their free scoring ways and can Manchester City keep their 100% league record. We fancy players mainly from Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Here’s our recommendation for Gameweek 7.