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Live Match Chat Gameweek 33 FPL News

Live Match Chat Gameweek 33 FPL News

Live Match Chat Gameweek 33 FPL News

Welcome to Live Match Chat Gameweek 33 FPL News: Just the six gameweeks left and so time is running out to close down those mini-leagues, make a late run for glory or consolidate what you have, all in the pursuit of office bragging rights. It may just be six gameweeks but not all gameweeks are created equal, as we are about to find out. At least three of them will be DGW’s. This is the part of the season when planning and preparation come to the fore and the casuals are left in a daze wondering how their seemingly unassailable 100 point lead suddenly turned into a deficit. Chips will be brandished like confetti. And those that can’t will learn lessons about patience.

GW33 is perhaps one of the last of the ‘normal’ gameweeks when all 10 teams will play, and just once at that. Spurs kick us off with a home fixture on Saturday lunchtime, much as they did last week when they mauled Watford. This time their victims are Bournemouth. And this time they will probably have Kane and not Janssen…

Saturday continues with five 3pm kick offs as Palace welcome a rampant Leicester, Everton batter Burnley, Stoke bore Hull, Sunderland pretend to care against West Ham before we finish with Watford teasing Swansea.

Saturday closes out with Man City visiting an in form and stubborn Southampton at tea-time.

Sunday begins with West ‘out of the office until August 2017’ Brom hosting Liverpool before we get to Jose trying to derail Chelsea’s title bid at 4pm.

The gameweek ends on Monday as we count the banners again. And planes. And planes with banners. Seriously, how much determination and / or money do these people have?! Anyway, if anyone notices or cares for the game itself it is Middlesbrough facing Arsenal.

Please join us as ever to discuss the games as they happen and share your feelings, successes and woes as the action unfolds and hopefully the FPL points flood in for you.

Saturday 15th April
Spurs vs Bournemouth

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

Southampton vs Man City

Sunday 16th April
West Brom vs Liverpool

Man United vs Chelsea

Monday 17th April
Middlesbrough vs Arsenal

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.

Good luck to absolutely everyone for GW33 from all at FF247!

Thanks for reading Live Match Chat Gameweek 33 FPL News. This article was written by FF247

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  1. 109

    Was Walcott dropped from Wenger’s starting XI for his “They wanted it more” – comments ?!?
    Arsenal’s fans on twitter believe so !

  2. 110
    Raziel says:

    Four shots Boro versus zero Arsenal. Lol.

  3. 111
  4. 112
    Brookyboy says:

    Sanchez goal but Arsenal been very poor up to this point..

  5. 113
  6. 114
    TheDreamers says:

    Does this game tell us anything?

    Arsenal – poor?
    Sanchez – most likely but not playing as he was earlier in season.
    Boro forward – hell no
    Boro defender – 60:40 against

    what say you?

  7. 115
    constantine says:

    Negredoooooo…man..finally some action for me

  8. 116
    Brookyboy says:

    Negredoooooooo !!! lol Cookieeeeeee !!!

  9. 117
  10. 118
    constantine says:

    One things clear..not getting any arsenal defence for the DGWs.

  11. 119
    constantine says:

    So, 54 for me,if the bonuses stay. Sanchez and Negredo saved the GW for me really. Might see a marginal jump up the rankings. Now, this is my team for the DGW. What say you guys? No FT and 6.2m ITB.

  12. 120
    igy4 says:

    So thinking about my transfers for next gw. Is it worth switching McAuley to Valencia to get myself 3 dgw players? Would it be mad to take a -4 to get maybe a Boro defender in place of Kone also?

    Click on image to enlarge:

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