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 Fixture Analysis Gameweek 6

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 6 When Rosco wrote the Fixtures article last week, he mentioned that he was ranked at 1.7 million in the game. Well, I’m currently ranked at 1.5 million – so that should tell you a couple of things. First off, I’m reasonably better at this game than Rosco. Now this isn’t something I’d normally brag about, but he brought up the rankings, and I had to follow suit. Second thing you need to know is that between his rank of 1.7 million and mine, at a much more respectable 1.5 million, the owners of this site have really pulled out all the stops to provide you with the best minds for fantasy analysis possible. Now granted, they don’t ask me to write any actual tips for buying/selling players, and I can’t really be trusted with captaincy issues ...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 5

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 5 Welcome to Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 5. 1.7 million. If this figure represented my bank balance or my home value I’d be a happy chap. However, the only thing 1.7 million represents is my current FPL rank. It’s bad. My worst rank to date. I took the liberty of calculating my points had I left my GW1 team untouched. Had I done that my rank would have been 40k. Ouch. A three-week hiatus from FPL and football, in general, resulted in bad decisions, a pointless wildcard and a whole lot of regret. On the plus side, I’ve got a cracking tan In my GW1 captain’s article, I discussed how we frequently over complicate FPL, wise words, if only I practised what I preached.  Init asked me to keep it upbeat this week, the above may sound ...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 4

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 4 Welcome to Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 4. Now most of you will probably know that I am one half (third) of Harry and Lloyd and if you still don’t know who Harry and Lloyd are… then I can’t help you! This week I have decided to fully embrace the moniker of Dumb and Dumber as I haven’t the foggiest idea what I’m going to write and which teams I am going to suggest. The reason behind this is I have only returned from coaching ‘soccer’ in America, I haven’t seen any pre-season, I have only watched one or two Premier League games and I have barely got the chance to get on the site and chat to you lovely people. Someone tell me why I am writing this article again? Oh, that’s right I am one of the young ones who has lots of spare t...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 3

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 3 Batman & Robin, Ant & Dec, Simon & Garfunkel, Goldman & Sachs, Hale & Pace, Carragher & Neville, Morecambe & Wise, Salt & Vinegar, Laurel & Hardy….. Init & Cookie. Whenever you see this duo on Fixtures duty it usually means that someone has let us down at the last minute. And that is the case here. We are nice people though and don’t name and shame the guilty. On another completely and unrelated note we’d just like to wish AT all the best on his last minute holiday. We sincerely hope your plane doesn’t crash in a ball of flames. Most great double acts have a strange yet strong bond… Irreverent, yet distinguished, site member Raz (pretty sure he will read that as R...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 2

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 2 Welcome to Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 2 With a new season comes new challenges, new head to heads, new faces, new prospects. And VAR. In the case of the latter, that has already shaped a couple of matches, making the outcomes less predictable. Will it be an improvement or will it be another idea that gets consigned to the scrap heap? I’m sure Wolves’ Leander Dendoncker has a stronger opinion on it now than he did before the weekend, as his winner was ruled out and gifted inverted commas to became a ‘winner’. The technology has certainly split opinion since its inception, much like whether Jaffa Cakes are cakes or biscuits and whether black pudding is acceptable to have with your breakfast. Spoiler: it’s not. So, staying on the fo...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 1

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 1 It seems an age away that we watched Man City clinch the league at Brighton in May, but however you have spent your summer thus far, it’s almost time to stop the tinkering and make some firm decisions for the new season. With just days to go until the deadline bell for GW1 rings and gets the 2019/20 season underway, we kick off our usual set of weekly articles with a look at Fixtures – who is hot, who is not and an extra GW1 supplement as we snapshot each remaining team. Favourable Fixtures Liverpool – Norwich (H), Southampton (a), Arsenal (H) The fixture generator has again been kind to Liverpool as they attempt to win their first Premier League. An opening trip to Anfield on Friday evening is not the start that Norwich would have dreamed...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Tracker FPL 2019/20

Fantasy Football Fixture Tracker FPL 2019/20 Welcome to our FPL Fixture Tracker for the 2019/20 FPL season. And so it begins… It’s baby steps at this stage as we don’t know any player prices or indeed have a game to play yet but the Premier League released their fixture schedule earlier today and so we have started the ball rolling by creating our first Fixture Tracker of the season. What is it?! Regular users will be familiar with the simple and easy to use layout of our FPL Fixture Tracker. For anyone new to it, it simply does what it says on the tin; it’s a straight forward and easy to follow guide as to what fixtures lay ahead for each and every team. There are vastly more complicated versions of this available in other spheres (mainly on twitter!), some of whic...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 38

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 38 Welcome to Fantasy Football 247 Fixtures Gameweek 38. It can’t be GW38 already? It only seems like yesterday when we were all toiling over our GW1 selection! Some of us will have had a successful season while others will be glad the season is all but over. No matter how well you did I hope everyone has enjoyed the season, as after all, it’s only a game. I moan every week, mainly to Cookie, about how I no longer enjoy FPL but every week I make my transfers. I’m sure I’ll state at some stage over the summer that I’m not going to play next season but, I will. It’s like a drug! Over the course of the season I’ve included a verse from a particular song. The reason for doing so was that I felt it best described my mood at the time or the mood of our ...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 37

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 37 Welcome to Fantasy Football 247 Fixtures Gameweek 37. I don’t write as often I would like these days (some may say that’s a good thing!), I spend the time chasing up other writers instead (they certainly won’t!) but one thing for sure is that I appreciate every single word they do write as I know what goes into writing an article. As a user of other websites I know that it’s simply ‘expected’ that the latest content / news / whatever will magically appear whenever we press that refresh button. As a fellow writer though I appreciate the time, effort and research that goes in behind the scenes to make said magic. A common theme whenever a ‘newbie’ steps forward for us is something along the lines of...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 36

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 36 Welcome to Fantasy Football 247 Fixtures Gameweek 36. Back to a sense of normality we go, with all 20 teams playing (just) once and this article is the last one that will contain all three fixtures for each team before the season is finished. No pressure, then, especially when you look back to the fantastic articles that were written by AT, Pele and Guy in the lead up to the last gameweek! With much to play for, from the perspective of us FPL managers and the actual teams in the league, there is also the classic form and fixtures to take into account when we are planning our next moves, too. Hopefully the following, which also includes a dip into the history books, gives such an insight! Good Liverpool (HUD H, NEW A, WOL H) First up in the trio...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 35

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 35 Welcome to Fantasy Football 247 Fixtures Gameweek 35. The finish line for the season is so close, and I can tell that the season is nearly over for a few reasons. First, there is just a general sense of fatigue around this point in the year. Unless your personal team is one of the two fighting for the title, you’ve probably fallen into the malaise of watching your team settle into their final (unsexy) zone of the league table. Let’s face it, watching your team fight for 8th or 9th place isn’t really ‘must see TV’. And I can also tell the season is nearly over because Spring is here. Baseball is in full swing, grass is growing and gardens are coming to life. And, as the resident Mexican here on this site, I’m also responsible for mowing many law...[Read More]

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 34

Fantasy Football Fixture Analysis Gameweek 34 Welcome to Fantasy Football 247 Fixtures Gameweek 34. Firstly, I’ll pose the question: Did you have Hazard or Vardy in your team in Gameweek 32? Well done, if so – and massive congratulations if you had both and captained one of them! It’s very much the theme looking ahead as we look to match the promising players with double fixtures, ensuring others who have recently been on form aren’t chucked away with a big pile of remorse. And you don’t want that when we’re so close to the finish line. So, with wildcards being played and dozens of versions of teams flying around, I’ll just take it upon myself to remind you that there are other fixtures first; Liverpool, Man City, Man United, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea will all be playing in Europe before ...[Read More]

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