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Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 4

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 4

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 4

Welcome to Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 4. Thankfully the International break is over and what a way to kick it off in GW4. A Saturday lunch time affair brings with it the most interesting fixture of the week. City will play host to Liverpool and their new arrival Keita…wait, apparently he arrives next season, oh well, at least we get to see how Virgil van Dijk fits in. As for City, while Alexis did not arrive, Aguero is more than capable of taking up the pouting. That game is followed by five 3pm games. Big money Arsenal welcome in The Cherries, high scoring Brighton tangle with The Baggies, Everton will look to sober up after that drunken performance last time out when they meet up with September Kane. Leicester look to steal some points off the champions and Saints and Watford mix it up in a battle of two unbeaten teams. We finish the Saturday fixtures when the powerful Man United side pay a visit to Bet365 stadium, where I am sure the owners will take your bets on United crushing the home team.

Sunday makes us wish we were still in the International break as Burnley gets their chance at 3 easy points when Palace comes in and if that wasn’t punishment enough we get hit with Swansea vs Newcastle in the late game.

Sunday had some terrible games, but not to worry, as Monday will not be outdone and they offer up equally unwatchable stuff when The Hammers welcome in Huddersfield.

Saturday 9th September

Man City vs Liverpool

Arsenal vs Bournemouth
Brighton vs West Brom
Everton vs Spurs
Leicester vs Chelsea
Southampton vs Watford

Stoke Vs Man United

Sunday 10th September

Burnley vs Crystal Palace

Swansea vs Newcastle

Monday 11th September

West Ham vs Huddersfield

Keep track of all the action, the goals, the talking points, right here at FF247 Live Match Chat, an interactive chat which encourages you to keep involved and share your thoughts and emotions as the matches take place.

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  1. 133

    1FT, 0.4ITB

    Who to bring in for Benteke?

    1. Rashford
    2. Rooney
    3. Other?

    Mee Davies Yoshida
    Willian Ritchie Eriksen Alli
    Benteke Jesus Lukaku

    Elliot Dawson T.Carroll Hunemeier

  2. 134
    Snookie Bear says:

    HEATON | Burnley look set to be without goalkeeper Tom Heaton for “months, not weeks” after the Clarets skipper suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder in the win ovedr Crystal Palace.

    Heaton landed awkwardly collecting a cross in the 36th minute of a tight match won by an early Chris Wood strike.

    And after the England international was taken to hospital for treatment, manager Sean Dyche was bracing himself for the worst possible news.

  3. 135
    xaoc says:

    Lads, comments on this WC draft. 0.2 ITB. Note that those are not the only transfers, as I already made some. Yes, no City cover – I know, but with CL matches coming up, rotation will be heavier there and goals can pretty much come from anyone and if I am to pay 10+ m for striker, I would like to see him start each week. I gave a lot of thought on the Lukaku/Alli vs Kane/Pogba debate and think that the first two can maybe score more, but considering captain options, Kane is nailed on for the next 4 GWs. Else, I will be biting my nails each weekend.

    I was also considering Coutinho for Pogba if I switch a 4,5 def to a 4 one, but not worth the risk at this point it seems.

    • 135.1
      xaoc says:

      I just realized, I can also go Davies/Pogba to Jones/Alli (with one 4m def), but this sounds like overkill in the Spurs attack.

      • Mr Bean says:

        Would not drop Davies at the moment, best defender in the game for both form, fixtures and underlying stats.

        On the debate, I think Lukaku and Alli both score 200 this year (Kaku 220, Alli 200) which is 640 if you captain Lukaku consistently. I think Kane scores 240 max and Pogba scores 150, which is 630 if you captain Lukaku every week. However, I think Morata scores around 200 this year which would give 600 combined with Alli – however, this gives you extra spending money for at least one of Azpi, Cahill, Alonso, Walker, Baines defender who will outscore *all* 4.5 defenders by at least 50 points for a total of 650.

        To summarise, they’re all pretty much the same and I hate how much time I spend trying to justify everything when my conclusions are useless.

        But yeah, don’t drop Davies.

        • Geoffreys says:

          brilliant, well I transferred out De Bruyne and Kolasinac for Salah and Alonso last week, talk about disastrous

        • Mr Bean says:

          The De Bruyne to Salah move is completely justifiable, many did the same, and its just unfortunate Mane got sent off so Salah only got 45 mins.

          The Kola to Alonso move was a bit weird considering fixtures (I know his gametime was dodgy weeks 2/3 but with the Ox gone he was likely to come back) but will definitely pay off longer term – maybe even this weekend when Chelsea win 5-0.

        • xaoc says:

          Thanks man. I agree with the above, but this team will not be fixed till the end of the year and considering the next 4 GWs, I think Kane is the standout captain. Will try to fit Lukaku back in after. Thankfully I had him from GW1, so will only loose 0.1m in price. Considering fixtures, I will not invest in a Chelsea defender for now.

  4. 136
    Snookie Bear says:

    BREAKING: Crystal Palace sack Frank de Boer as Roy Hodgson prepares to take over.


  5. 137
    Captain Dicky and His C Men says:

    Hi guys,

    Is it worth doing Willian and Mooy to Eriksen and Doucourie for a -4?

  6. 138
    Pancho says:

    Thoughts on this team? I feel like I need to add one of Alli/Kane and would also like Morata. I already got rid of Mane for Eriksen and I’m wondering about Kompany and Willian as well. If not then what should I do this week? I have 3.9m ITB, so I could do Chicharito -> Morata (possibly after the match today). City have a good run of fixtures so I’ll probably hang on to Kompany if he’s fit (is he ever really fit?).
    Or, Should I just play the WC? Here are two WC options:

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