Fantasy Football Gameweek Review

All today’s games are complete and bonus points have now been added to the leagues. We hope your team has enjoyed a successful day and you see those green arrows appear on your team page! Please enjoy below a review of all the action: the goals, the assists, the talking points, the ever controversial bonus points and what each game means to all of our fantasy teams.

Sunday Review GW17 – FPL Fantasy Premier League

Southampton 2-3 Spurs Managerless Spurs made the trip to St Mary’s to take on a Southampton side that have lost a bit of form of late. With no AVB in sight, it was up to Tim Sherwood to try and turns things around for Spurs and attempt to get them back up the table. Things did not start well for them though as after 13 minutes Adam Lallana opened the scoring for the Saints with a lovely turn and clinical finish. Danny Fox was credited with the assist as he passed the ball to his skipper to open the scoring. Then from absolutely nothing, Spurs equalised as Roberto Soldado chased down a pass from Adebayor that was heading for the corner flag, he then delivered a swirling right foot cross that perfectly found Adebayor again who stabbed the ball home in mid flight.Just a note here, this ...[Read More]

Saturday Review Gameweek 17 – FPL Fantasy Premier League

Liverpool 3-1 Cardiff City With both sides having conflicting weeks, Liverpool had been buoyed by the contract extension of Luis Suarez whilst Cardiff had to endure the public outbursts of owner Vincent Tan, this game was set up nicely and we were not to be disappointed. The match was a lively, if one sided affair and the boys from Cardiff had effectively lost the game by halftime. It will come as no surprise that Suarez, Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and the up and coming Jon Flanagan featured heavily in this game. Liverpool were rampant at times and could have been five up at halftime having scored three and been denied by the woodwork twice.  Suarez was outstanding and is clearly the man of the moment, had he not unselfishly set up Sterling’s goal he could have had a hatrick in the ...[Read More]

Gameweek 12 Review

Saturday review Everton 3-3 Liverpool Saturday’s early kick off saw the 221st meeting in all competitions for the Merseyside club’s with Roberto Martinez looking to mastermind Everton’s 1st derby win in the Premier League since October 2010. With Daniel Sturridge on the bench for Liverpool the Reds were banking on a performance from Luis Suarez in this often volatile fixture and it took just 5 minutes for him to provide the assist for Philippe Coutinho to open the scoring. Just 3 minutes later and it was all square when Leighton Baines whipped in a free-kick and Kevin Mirallas fired past Simon Mignolet. With Everton forcing the play a needless foul on Suarez by Gareth Barry was severely punished by the Uruguayan with a rasping 25 yard scorcher. Mirallas was fortunate to stay on the p...[Read More]

Sunday Review – Gameweek 12

Manchester City 6-0 Tottenham Manchester City might have their troubles when on the road, however when they play at the Etihad, they certainly turn it on. The Spurs defence has been very tight of late and so no one would have predicted the massacre that was to occur. After only 14 seconds City had their first as Jesus Navas started the rot and it was all downhill from then on for Spurs. Alvaro Negredo got involved in the action as he got City’s second and then Sergio Aguero got the goal he deserved to make it 3 after converting a pass from Navas. A neat interchange between Negredo and Yaya Toure allowed the powerful Ivorian to power his way through the Spurs defence and his pass across goal gave Aguero his second of the game and justified all fantasy managers that captained the proli...[Read More]

Saturday Review Gameweek 11

Aston Villa 2-0 Cardiff A spectacular free-kick from Leandro Bacuna saw Aston Villa end their goal drought against a tough Cardiff City outfit. Villa had gone seven-and-a-half hours without finding the net before the Dutch winger’s effort. Villa also kept their first home clean sheet for 16 games as Cardiff were brought back down to earth following their derby win over Swansea. It wasn’t all plain sailing at Villa Park though – there was a growing sense of disquiet in the stands as the clock ticked away on Villa’s wait for a goal. David Marshall, the Cardiff goalkeeper, produced 3 outstanding saves from Karim El Ahmadi, Yacouba Sylla and Christian Benteke in a frantic opening. The boos at half-time are becoming a regular occurrence at Villa Park but Bacuna lifted the game ̵...[Read More]

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