Fantasy Football Fixtures

The first FPL article of the week that looks forward to the up and coming gameweek is the Fantasy Football Fixtures article, where we sort through which Premier League clubs have the easiest and hardest looking fantasy premier league fixtures for the short-term and thus enable managers to construct their FPL squads and think over transfers accordingly.

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW33

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW33 It must be DGW planning time again! This almost feels like part 2 of what I began back in GW31 but, back then, we only had a few snippets of info to go on, namely a couple of DGW32 fixtures and a few more DGW33 ones. The latter ones still stand but now we have another raft of DGW36 and 37 games to add to our planning. The planning, or indeed the complete picture, is not yet finalised as we still have one game that is yet to be added (Wolves v Man City), apong with a few others that are currently scheduled but may yet be moved, depending on how teams progress in the other competitions, notably the FA Cup and the CL. We do still have enough though to build a framework from. So, as we stand, this is our take on how it looks and which teams may have the ...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW31

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW31 We need to talk about Kevin fixtures, or something… If I’m whipping out the ol’ fixtures article then you know there’s probably a bump or two in the road ahead. There are a good few on tw@tter that whip out the ol’ something else at the mere mention of a DGW but I’m a bit too old in the tooth for that now. The getting overly excited about it all bit, anyway. Don’t get me wrong, they can be extremely profitable if you play them right, and also get lucky with rotation along the way, but we’ve all also seen too many fall flat because of the aforementioned ‘R’ word. That said they need to be planned for and we are here to help with that as best we can. There a few blanks ahead too so it’s definitely worth taking a closer look at it all. In this article w...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixtures Christmas Edition GW’s 16-21

Fantasy Football Fixtures Christmas Edition GW’s 16-21 The Christmas Zone 60 games over 25 days. Or 6 GW deadlines in a little over 3 weeks. Whichever way you cut it we are about to enter the busy period, AKA the Christmas Zone. Game-weeks begin to run into each other and it can all become a bit confusing, especially after a few celebratory eggnogs. You go to sleep toasting another Salah hat-trick and wake up finding that the next GW has already begun. We can’t help with the hangovers but we can at least help with the planning. To which end here is our rundown on who has what during the Christmas Zone, which teams you should be targetting to get exciting presents from whilst toasting with a freshly poured Prosecco and which ones are likely to leave you uttering ‘Bah Humbu...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW12

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW12 As we alluded to recently, we have scaled this particular article back a bit in recent times and, rather than waffle on about the same teams each week for a month, we are doing it more periodically and oft when it is more pertinent. An International Break is usually a good opportunity to re-boot and this one provides the perfect timing as we can now look ahead to a good chunk of five gameweeks from 12-16 and this then takes us nicely into the busy Christmas period which sees another five gameweeks, albeit those ones are squashed into 21 days. Consider this part one of two then and we shall have the Christmas sequel the week prior to Gameweek 17 to deal with the said mess above. Rather than just give you a vague idea of three teams with decent fixture...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW7

Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW7 Welcome to Fantasy Football Fixtures Gameweek GW7 On the face of it this may seem like a bit of an odd week to roll out a fixtures article as we are about to have a break for the internationals but GW7 always felt like a bit of a turning point as quite a few teams see a change in their fixture fortune from this point in time. How much stock you put in the fixtures themselves is up to you, as we all know an in-form player can sometimes make a mockery of them. Sometimes… More often than not though it pays to be informed so that you can target the next big thing. Or quite simply bring in the obvious thing (player) at the correct time. Our usual format here is to examine the good vs the bad, except that when we sat down and attempted to split the te...[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 1

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 1 And so the countdown begins. Whether you’ve been countlessly drafting and tinkering over the past few weeks or have had the discipline to hold off for now, it’s time to get serious and start planning the start of the campaign. Rather than writing the traditional Fixtures article format of ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’, I have instead written a small piece on every team with a look at their early fixtures and the players to watch from each team as we start the season. Obviously the latter is not an exhaustive list, that’s the job of the Tips article author. Good luck for the season ahead. FPL FIXTURE TRACKER But first up that all important Fixture Tracker itself… FIXTURE TRACKER LINK FIXTURE TRACKER 2021/22 Arsenal Following an open day trip to newly promoted Brentford, The...[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 35

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 35 It looks like we finally get to write about some upcoming fixtures that we know will actually happen and won’t be changed on a whim. DGW35 was announced last week and along with it a blank-ish GW36. As ever with these things they are not mutually exclusive and as such the excitement of bringing in assets from Arsenal, Leicester, Chelsea and Man United for a bumper double haul will be tempered with the knowledge that they will all then cause you a headache with a blank the week after. However, Villa, Palace, Everton and Saints all now have 3 games in 2 weeks, with the caveat that they are all fairly crap teams! Which was all well and good up until Sunday when Man United vs Liverpool was called off! This has to be fitted in somewhere and the best guess right no...[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 30

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 30 Where’s Wally? Hello Mr Bond, we’ve been expecting you. Was that ever actually said?! We shall let you investigate that for yourselves. Either way I wasn’t particularly expecting to see myself this week, at least not back on Fixtures duty so soon after the last one. But needs must, and in an effort not to repeat myself I have recruited a helping hand. A scapegoat, if you will, although I haven’t actually told him that yet. In fact he will take centre stage, with all of the favourable goodness. And I shall come back in at the end of it, with all the miserable stuff – a sort of licensed troubleshooter. Why miserable? Because I’m still seething on the back of Bale being benched, and being kept there. By Mr Miserable, aka Dr No. (that’s yo...[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 29

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 29 A dog is not just for Christmas A fixtures article in a week that contains just four of them may seem a bit odd, but please just bear with us. The intention here is to analyse those very fixtures themselves, but also, and possibly more importantly, to then have a look at what those teams offer beyond this week. Aka ‘are they worth all the hassle’. We shall then also have a quick delve into the fixtures of all the other teams, simply because you sometimes need to know about what you are selling, as much as what you are replacing it with. GW29 Fixtures Fulham v Leeds This is a tough one to call. Fulham will almost certainly look to stifle and nick the odd goal in the process, whereas Leeds will almost certainly go on the offensive. Depending on whether Ba...[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek GW26

FPL Fixtures Gameweek GW26 We’re now entering what is generally known as the business end of the season. The time for plans to be executed, Chips to be utilised, chances to be taken and if all goes well the time for big leaps in the rankings. Or if you’re like me, plans to be made, said plans to be ignored and Chips wasted! With all this in mind and following the announcement of the majority of rescheduled fixtures, allow me to try and navigate you through the next four game-weeks (and in some cases beyond). These next four game-weeks are a real mixed bag – we start with the season’s biggest double game-week and end in GW29 with just four fixtures. And just to add spice to those quirky weeks we have a tiny DGW in 27 and a possible DGW in 28 for Villa and Everton. With so many teams doublin...[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 24 (and 25 and beyond…)

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 24 (and 25 and beyond…) A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… I used to write the Fixtures articles on both here and FFC* before us (*’Fantasy Football Cheat’ for those of a younger era). Week in and week out, for years on end, and whilst it was always a pleasure it could sometimes become monotonous. But then once in a while a Double Game-Week (DGW) would pop up and that would really (finally) pique the interest. Kid in a candy shop and all that. Or more like a weather reporter in Florida who suddenly has a hurricane to deal with. We both know they are coming eventually but for 98% of the rest of the year it’s samey-samey. I have long since given up the monotony, prefering to introduce some younger blood and new voices to the scene....[Read More]

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 18

FPL Fixtures Gameweek 18 No sh*t, Sherlock Writing this so early may yet prove to be folly, and no doubt the second it is published the PL will announce a circuit breaker and B(lank)GW18 will become B(leak)GW18 and we shall be back into the territory of adding ‘+’ symbols to GW’s again. But just in case we somehow avoid the above doomsday scenario we have decided to break the upcoming week’s down into words. You could always just look at the Fixture Tracker but sometimes it also helps to have the lay of the land spelt out in simple terms.* *On the above, and to confirm what BoJo said on Monday evening, as far as he is concerned he is happy for it to continue. But that does of course depend on Covid cases within clubs not escalating and the players behaving responsib...[Read More]

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