Pottys Punters Weekly Review! So last weekend at Pottys Bookies was not so fruitful as only 61 Potty Punters came through the door to predict the Weekly scores and that’s a decrease of 6 on the previous week. We know who you are and we will come round and drag you down here if need be! But Potty knows why??? Xmas Shopping and Family Commitments this time of the year affect all successful businesses and that’s what we have here,but Lads ain’t you heard of this wonder stroke “hey chuck, just need to nip off for 20mins to buy your crimbo box”. Then you pop into Potty...Read More
Well I think we’re still all catching our breath from Wednesday nights action, but it’s time to move on and look forward to GW15. The game-week starts Saturday lunchtime at Old Trafford as United host Newcastle and is followed by five 3pm kick-offs as Crystal Palace welcome Cardiff, the Hammers have the unenviable task of trying to contain Luis Suarez at Anfield, Man City go to Southampton, Stoke entertain Chelsea and West Brom play Norwich. The cameras are at the Stadium of Light Saturday evening as Sunderland host Tottenham. Sunday sees Fulham entertain Aston Villa and a mouth-watering affai...Read More
Gameweek 13 Review Premier Cookie’s Monsters stay top and all but end Eddy Hitler XI hopes of a shield place. Arsene’s Boys & Park Bench Exports remain hot on his tail with wins over bottom place THE MUTTS NUTS & Bocadillo Allstars. Making up the final shield place is Reubens Rioters, while Where’s The Dosh? are 5th after beating Kop Warriors and it looks like a fight for the 4 places will come from these 5 teams. A key fixture could well be when Rioters play the Dosh in GW16. A few teams will feel they still have a chance as there are 12 points stil...Read More
Our GW15 Captain’s article focuses on three players, who all showed in midweek just how valuable they are, not only to their clubs but also to us fantasy managers. Those players are: Luis Suarez, Sergio Aguero and Eden Hazard. Each week we look at our captaincy suggestions using recent form, forthcoming fixtures and back up our thoughts by using a new in-play performance index called Kickdex. (more info on Kickdex is at the end of this article).
And just like that GW15 is upon…there’s a Tommy Cooper joke in there somewhere! But now is not the time for joking around as we move towards that part of the season that can make or break a fantasy manager. With six game-weeks scheduled for the next four weeks it is imperative that you plan accordingly and with this in mind we will now take a look at the next four game-weeks, highlighting which teams we feel will could flourish and who could struggle. We will also endeavour to identify which players we feel could prosper over the coming weeks.
Pottys Punters Weekly Review! For the second Saturday in a row Pottys Bookies was rammed with 67 of you Potty Punters which was a increase on the previous week, thanks. With Ladbrokes now requiring a weekly winner a tie-breaker was put in place and as the anticipation grew the matches got under-way with many punters twitching nervously as Saturday’s games went to form. Super Sunday arrived with many of you in favour of a 4-1 win for Liverpool, how wrong could you be! The weekends Potty Punter pacesetters were Elleffcee and Grenadier with 2 correct predictions each so the tiebreaker
Tottenham 2-2 Manchester United Super Sunday started off with a mouth watering clash as both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur were looking to bounce back from disappointing results last weekend. A win was needed by both sides and they gave it a good go. It was Spurs who opened the scoring in the 18th minute as Kyle Walker cleverly blasted the ball under the jumping United wall from a free-kick after Paulinho had been fouled by Jonny Evans. It was then the turn of United’s man in form, Wayne Rooney, who poked home the equaliser in the 32nd minute after Walker made a complete mess o...Read More
Aston Villa 0-0 Sunderland Prince William was in attendance this afternoon, as he made his first ever visit to Villa Park, but even he could not influence this dour encounter. Sunderland’sEmanuele Giaccherini wasted the chance to be king for the day and will need a royal pardon from manager Gus Poyet for an awful miss in the first half. This was far from a royal performance as the home side struggled against a team who have been woeful on their travels and it proved to be a forgettable experience for the Duke of Cambridge as Christian Benteke produced another anonymous performance and has now ...Read More