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Live Match Chat Gameweek 29 FPL News

Live Match Chat Gameweek 29 FPL News

Live Match Chat Gameweek 29 FPL News

Welcome to Live Match Chat Gameweek 29 FPL News: After an odd GW with just the four games we are back to normal this week with a full compliment of ten to go at again this time. West Brom and Arsenal kick us off at lunchtime on Saturday and then we have no less than five 3pm games with the Palace boring Watford, Everton battering Hull, Stoke pathing the title pathway for Chelsea, Sunderland giving Burnley their best chance yet of an actual away win and then West Ham being Leicester’s latest victims since they woke up again and remembered that they are the champions. Saturday doesn’t end there though as Bournemouth host Swansea in a key game at the wrong end of the table. Sunday brings us the remaining three fixtures as ‘Boro host Man United in the early one, Spurs take on Southampton in the middle one and then Man City and Liverpool book end the lot in what could be the game of the week.

Saturday 18th March

West Brom vs Arsenal

Crystal Palace vs Watford
Everton vs Hull
Stoke vs Chelsea
Sunderland vs Burnley
West Ham vs Leicester

Bournemouth vs Swansea

Sunday 19th March
Middlesbrough vs Man United

Spurs vs Southampton

Man City vs Liverpool

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Good luck to absolutely everyone for GW29 from all at FF247!

Thanks for reading Live Match Chat Gameweek 29 FPL News. This article was written by FF247

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FT Diff

Teams with DGW’s ahead… (with thanks to Rosco)

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  1. 1
    Brookyboy says:

    Arsenal XI: Cech, Bellerín, Mustafi, Koscielny(c), Monreal, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Xhaka, Walcott, Ramsey, Welbeck, Sánchez #WBAARS

  2. 2
    Brookyboy says:

    West Brom XI: Foster, Dawson, McAuley, Evans, Nyom, Fletcher(c), Livermore, Brunt, Chadli, McClean, Rondón #WBAARS

  3. 3

    Let’s get the big points in then people!

    Very best of luck y’all*

    *(For Guy and Mito).

  4. 4
    RobiNHooD says:

    Dear all,
    Walkers play or not?

  5. 5
    Raziel says:

    Best of luck everybody. Here is to a good gameweek. Expected one last weekend but my hope is on this one now. GO ALEXIS AND FIRMINHO!

  6. 7
    inittowinit says:

    Capos etc…

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  7. 8
  8. 9
    Waxys says:

    Whooooooo made my transfer welcome Robles and when city have good fixtures again I’ll Bring in Caballero

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  9. 10
    Raziel says:

    Hmmm, hoping Danny Rose will return for the next game. He is just 5.9m now, great value for money.

  10. 11
    • 11.1
      inittowinit says:

      So that’s GW34. City play West Brom and United play Burnley that week. And that’s a Thursday night and City play again on the Saturday, united on the Sunday. Smacks of City rotation that.

      • Pancho says:

        Hey Init, rotation is the reason I decided to use my WC this week. I didn’t like the team I had and wanted Sanchez back in. I also had the Kane injury and Snoddy, who’s been crap. Had double WBA with Foster and GMac. Needed to make a lot of moves and the unique craziness of the doubles this season caused me to use it early. My squad:

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  11. 12
    Waxys says:

    I feel like Sanchez has to carry arbsela the same way ibra carries united :/ interesting to see how poor hey would perform without their key players respectively.

    Ozil what are you doing this season? And he wants the same wage as Sanchez???.

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