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Fantasy Football Team April 20, 2015 posted by

Fantasy Football FF247 Team Gameweek 34

Fantasy Football FF247 Team Gameweek 34

fantasy football tips hints strikerAnother small climb in the overall has put us a bit closer to being inside the top 2k. After climbing another 335 spots we now sit in 2216. A spot that we are very happy with, but we have dreams of a higher finish. So this is no time to unbutton our pants and play around. There is no room for complacency in the final stretch and with doubles on the horizon we hope we can take full advantage. But as always, before we tell you of our plans for the upcoming gameweek, let us quickly review our performance in GW33.

Finally Pulis, finally! Myhill in goal came through for us with a very solid 8 points. Our faith is now restored, well sort of, once you check the Baggies schedule over the last 5 games one might feel it is time to cut and run. Moving along to our back line we see that fan favourite John Terry was able to secure his second clean sheet in a row. What a great guy he is. In the rest of our defence we decided to play our double Saints defenders. We hoped that they work in unison and bagged us badly needed points. Well we can’t accuse them of not working in unison. They both scored 0 points after giving up 2 goals and both receiving yellow. Nice work boys! Read More

Pottys Predictions April 24, 2015 posted by

Pottys Predictions Gameweek 34

Fantasy Football Pottys Predictions Gameweek 32

Pottys Predictions FPL Champions LeagueWelcome to frantic Friday because many of you will be mulling on how much you should invest in this huge double Gameweek? Well as an ex property tycoon let me enlighten you here!

I have 3 beach chalets in Bognor.

With investment in any profession comes the big “R” which is risk, let’s look at our resident Bench of the Banterbury Leagues which many of us compete in, he himself each Friday buys 8 cans of “Special Brew” and ultimately misses many FPL Saturday morning transfer deadlines so that’s his frequent risk, but stats do show that investment in general brings rewards so don’t dither about just go for it and you will be smiling for sure.
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Fantasy Football Tips April 22, 2015 posted by

Kops Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 34

Kops Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 34

kops-tips-001Christian Benteke and Charlie Austin have a lot to answer for! Their exploits in DGW31 have forced many to chase the imminent DGW and you just know that that spells disaster. There will be more hits taken by fantasy managers around the world this week than were taken on the streets of Baltimore during the 5 series of The Wire. Should you have planned well or you are lucky enough to have activated your wildcard this week you will at the very least get a head start on the smack heads. A quick look at the ‘transfers in’ section on the FPL website has reinforced our belief that the vast majority of transfers are unsurprisingly based around the DGW and therefore this week we will be predominantly focusing on those players who feature in the double. However as we like to look at the bigger picture we have also included a number of players who don’t feature in the double but could still deliver over the remaining gameweeks. Read More

Fantasy Football Captain Picks April 21, 2015 posted by

Captains Picks Fantasy Football Gameweek 34

Captains Picks Fantasy Football Gameweek 34 – Fantasy Premier League 2014/15

Captain picksMidnight, Monday April 20th. That was the deadline to register to vote for this year’s UK general election. May 7th will afford the disenchanted millions the glorious choice of choosing which corporation-funded puppet will drag a great nation further into the ecological, economic abyss; screaming promises of change from the rooftops while scheming furtively to maintain the wealthy elite’s capitalist status quo. People need a vote that counts… right? (“Right!”) A vote that affects them personally… right? (“RIGHT!”) Well, tear up that ballot paper; kick over that polling booth and cast your eyes over this week’s list of captain candidates. Your team needs YOU. *Drops mic* Read More

Fantasy Football Fixtures April 14, 2015 posted by

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek 34

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek 34

fantasy football tips fpl epl fixturesRoll up, roll up – it’s double game-week time again! We’ve had a couple already but none quite as appetising as this one as four teams all ply their trade twice this week and two of them are actually quite good! Ok, so that’s maybe a tad unfair on Liverpool and Hull. And may be lavishing praise too highly on Leicester. But at least Chelsea are in form and scoring for fun… We jest of course. The last DGW made a fool out of many and a hero of out of a few so don’t be fooled this time around – you learned your Benteke / Austin / Phillips lessons the hard way. At least that’s the popular theory. The reality is that chasing any DGW can be a double edged sword, especially when there are so many teams involved. If you have a wildcard you could in theory field a team of 11 DGW’ers this week. It’s a mad theory but you could very well do it. We aren’t suggesting you do of course but many will be tempted to load up to the rafters, wildcard or no wildcard, so let’s go take a closer look at all four teams involved and see whether they are worth a look for the double and just as importantly what the future holds beyond GW34 for them as a DGW’er isn’t just for the DGW, he’s for life. (Ok, not for life but for a few weeks until you can sell him)… Read More

Trends From The Top April 18, 2015 posted by

Trends From The Top A look to Gameweek 34

Trends From The Top A look to Gameweek 34

Fantasy football tips Welcome to this week’s edition of Trends From the Top. This is a particularly exciting edition of Trends as we are premiering for the first time on FF247! For those not familiar with this piece, we take a look at the top ten performing managers via fantasy.premierleague.com in an attempt to recognize distinct, successful trends which may help us moving forward to the next upcoming gameweek as we all look to personally climb and advance within our leagues. So, without further ado, let’s take a look at gameweek 33 results from our top ten fantasy leaders. Read More

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat April 14, 2015 posted by

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Game-week 33

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Game-week 33 – Fantasy Premier League 2014/15

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Game-week 32GW33 is live! Its not just 6 teams that decided to take the gameweek off, our lunch time kick-off is also on a sabbatical this week. However we do have 4 three o’clock games. The Baggies visit Palace where Pulis will look to not take another beating. Palace averaging more than 2 goals per game over their last 6 and West Brom allowing 2 per game over that same time frame, sounds like a good day to own assets from the Pardew juggernaut. The Toffees see Burnley come in who despite their bad luck this season are still fighting for survival. Last place Leicester host the Swans, the Foxes are all of a sudden back in the fight to stay up with 2 straight wins. Southampton pay a visit to the Britannia where they will unleash Pelle on Stoke. Chelsea and Manchester United close the Saturday games. Interesting match up this, one team scoring for fun and the other only scoring just enough to get by. Hopefully CFC can up their one shot on target output from last week.

Sunday welcomes in the last two fixtures of this light gameweek. The Hammers visit the Etihad, where I am sure the stadium will be buzzing with excitement after City’s recent displays and an opponent that hasn’t won on their travels since December 2nd. Speaking of excitement, Newcastle welcome in over-the-hill Harry Kane and a Spurs side that has lost that spark about them, so much so, that basically they resemble Newcastle now.

Don’t forget to also share any experiences if you are participating in any or several of the woofbet.com leagues. Remember scores update in real time, so don’t be shy and let us know how much you are in line to win.
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Fantasy Football Team Talk April 14, 2015 posted by

Team Talk Fantasy Football Gameweek 33

Team Talk Fantasy Football Gameweek 33

Team Talk Fantasy Football Gameweek 33

Just seven matches this week.
It could be quite a bore.
Fear not, we’ll have our pleasure.
In Gameweek 34.

No Sunderland or Gooners.
And the Scousers too we’ll miss.
I’ll need to find new victims.
Of which to take the piss.

Pulis returns to Palace.
After another embarrassing loss.
While Palace now are Lording it.
With Pardew as the boss.

And then we’re off to Goodison.
As Burnley are in town.
A failure to win or even score.
Will mean they’re closer to going down.

The Foxes are firing it up.
And this week the Swans arrive.
With Vardy and Cambiasso flying.
My cash is on them to survive.

Stoke vs the Saints will likely be tight.
A polite way of saying it’s a bore.
With Stoke firing blanks.
And Saints struggling to score.

And then the big one.
As Jose reunites with LVG.
The Special One and Eden.
Versus Mata and the Philosophy.

Sunday at the Etihad.
Where things are not good.
Yaya not bothered, Vince the kamikaze.
But relax, it’s the Hammers in the hood.

And then then the grand finale.
Takes us to the north west.
Yep, it’s the struggling Toon again.
This week for Kane a lesser test.

So a much reduced gameweek beckons, so therefore the team news all important with many likely to be happy to just field eleven and not worry about their bench. Hopefully no training ground issues on Saturday this week eh? Yep, we’re looking at you Loic. Let’s go Around the Grounds and see what the managers have had to say. Read More

Fantasy Football Team April 14, 2015 posted by

Fantasy Football FF247 Team Gameweek 33

Fantasy Football FF247 Team Gameweek 33

Fantasy football tips FPL EPLAfter a slip in the standings last week, we were able to straighten up a bit and managed our 4th green arrow in the last 5 gameweeks. Our score of 54 helped us climb 259 spots into 2551 in the overall. It wasn’t a major gain, but we will take it. So before we go into our plans for the dreaded blank-ish GW33, let us run through the week that was.

In Pulis we trust!? Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. After another shocking defensive performance from the Baggies and 7 point keeper Ospina on our bench, there is plenty of disappointment to go around. Luckily though our Saints defenders got a clean sheet. Alderweireld raked in 9 points and Clyne got benched. FFS!! Oh well, at least old favourite PvA came in with the auto sub and gave us a scrappy 3 points. Terry was the last of our 3 man backline and he did not disappoint by grabbing a clean sheet and 2 bonus points. Read More

Pottys Predictions April 17, 2015 posted by

Pottys Predictions Gameweek 33

Fantasy Football Pottys Predictions Gameweek 32

Pottys Predictions FPL Champions LeagueMorning you stressed out FPL punters, who no doubt are having nightmares regarding your team selection for this very difficult looming weekend of football fun? Let me enlighten you all to my strategy which is do not “over think” one’s transfers and also taking many points hits with only 6 match weeks remaining is a dangerous world of imminent disaster and would ruining your season’s work.
Take my team for example which is linked for all to drool at, I have the Villa keeper attending a Wembley showdown and my Foxes replacement now deemed a No2. In my world keepers in general don’t wield many fantasy points so after speaking with my coaching staff here at Potty tower’s we are going to roll with 10 men meaning “happy days” and not a chip in sight.
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Fantasy Football Tips April 15, 2015 posted by

Kops Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 33

Kops Fantasy Football Tips Gameweek 33

kops-tips-001The 2014/15 FPL season has been particularly easy to navigate in that there’s been relatively few blank gameweeks or double gameweeks. Things now become a little more complicated as six teams sit out GW33 while four then have a double in GW34 and this has made planning a little more difficult, unless of course you have a wildcard in hand! This really is the last chance saloon for many fantasy managers just as it is for many managers in the real world such as Manuel Pellegrini, who foolishly believes his job is safe. Manuel, have you not heard that Jurgen Klopp is available? Anyway I digress! If you have planned accordingly for GW33 & 34 you should in theory do well as many managers will first of all be forced to take a hit to field 11 this week and then will probably do likewise to take advantage of next week’s double. Whether you have prepared or not we feel that the players we have discussed below will be of benefit to you over the next two gameweeks and beyond. Read More

Fantasy Football Captain Picks April 14, 2015 posted by

Captains Picks Fantasy Football Gameweek 33

Captains Picks Fantasy Football Gameweek 33 – Fantasy Premier League 2014/15

Captain picks3 game ban for a straight red card. 10 game ban for Suarez after he racially abused Evra. 11 game ban for Di Canio after he pushed over a referee. A 20 week ban? You’d have to do something really bad for that. Surely? Nope. That’s how long my ban was from FF247 after I tipped Joey Barton in my last Captain’s article, all the way back in Gameweek 13! Honestly, you wouldn’t believe the fuss that caused!
Let me take you back to that fateful day…
It was just another normal Tuesday morning on FF247.co.uk. The site was buzzing. Regulars were chatting about their weekend’s points totals. Some were happy. Some were sad. Some were annoyed that they only scored 118 points. There were Monkey pictures. There were puns. There was Raz. All was right in the world, and then….it happened. “New captain’s picks article is live”, announced Cookie. Then, BOOM! Within minutes of the article being live on the site, I was summoned to FF247 HQ, Liverpool, for a disciplinary hearing with Init and Kop.
After paying a local £10 to “watch my car”, the hearing took place in Init’s office on the top floor. It started off ok, although it was hard for me to concentrate as the walls were all painted in bright yellow. (He must have a thing for that colour.) Anyway…it soon descended into the clichéd ‘good Kop’ / ‘bad Kop’ routine. I came through that easy enough though, and was then offered a plea deal if I rolled over on the brains behind the Barton tip/spoof. There was no way was I going to give up Tekno’s name that easily, so the mood became darker. I was taken down to the basement and the interrogation continued….
After enduring some highly illegal Colombian torture techniques – I had to watch a Rangers game (a bit worse than Sunday league) whilst locked in a cell with Potty – I was then offered some ‘alternative’ punishments by the disciplinary panel as a way of reducing the length of my ban. The problem was, I couldn’t be bothered to read the ridiculously long list of options that GP offered me, and I certainly wasn’t willing to do the thing that Cookie wanted me to do. So we went to court…
After several rounds of failed appeals and unfavourable rulings (that’s what happens with Migs as your legal rep), I finally switched lawyers to a big US law firm, headed up by Lawdogg. Countless working lunches and scandalous over-billing later, he used his excellent wrangling skills to get me a reduced sentence!
So, just 19 gameweeks later, here I am.
Ban served. Lesson learned. Let’s talk Fantasy Football… Read More

Fantasy Football Fixtures March 31, 2015 posted by

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek 33

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek 33

tracker 33-38The topsy-turvy nature of this season’s Premier League campaign continued in GW32, as changing fortunes at both ends of the table affect fantasy managers en masse. Man of the moment Harry Kane was kept quiet for once, by Villa of all teams, as Spurs were humbled at the Lane. The Pardew-led revolution at Crystal Palace continued as they won their fifth game in six with a drubbing of hapless Sunderland. Those who took a punt on Murray or Bolasie were payed off handsomely. Sergio Aguero got back to scoring ways at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon but his brace wasn’t enough to gain a result as United romped to a 4-2 victory. Oh how the tides have changed. Whether all this meant you climbed the rankings or extended leads, or left your team lingering in the chasing pack, it’s time to put it aside and look to the coming GWs. GW33 sees six teams sit out, with Arsenal, Villa, QPR, Sunderland, Liverpool and Hull all out of action. Straight off the back off it is DGW34, another bumper GW in which there is the possibility to reap the rewards of Chelsea, Leicester, Liverpool and Hull’s doubles. These are key weeks in the world of fantasy and could provide make or break moments for some. Let’s look ahead to a handful of teams that are worth looking at for the coming weeks and then some who may be worth avoiding or even losing as the fixture schedule takes a twist. Read More

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