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Fantasy Champions League The Last 16 2018/19

Fantasy Champions League The Last 16 2018/19

Fantasy Champions League The Last 16 2018/19

We are posting this just in case it takes you by surprise by its sudden return on Tuesday evening. It’s been a long break and you probably can’t even remember who is in your team, never mind whether or not you were doing well in it! Either way it’s time to make amends and get back on the the wagon. We felt it right to also give a reminder of the nuances too. The first being that there are essentially 4 ‘match days’ within this single round; Tuesday 12th, Wednesday 13th, Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th. You can switch your subs in and your captain around ahead of each one, until you land on what you feel is an acceptable sticking point.

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The main points are these;

Tuesday (12th Feb) at 8pm UK time.
Set your team and make sure you have the players who play on Tuesday in your starting 11. Make sure your (first!) captain plays on Tuesday too, you can switch him and your Wednesday players in later if needs be. And likewise next week too.

Wednesday (13th Feb) at 8pm UK time.
Yes, there are multiple deasdlines, four in this particular in fact. The 2nd is prior to the next ‘match day’, as they like to call it. The purpose is that you get to switch your aforementioned players in for anyone who hasn’t performed on Tuesday. And most importantly you can select a new captain if your Tuesday guy did a ‘Sane’.

The 3RD & 4th DEADLINES!
The 3rd is next Tuesday the 4th is on Wednesday. It’s the same principal throughout; make sure your early players are in your 11 and that these later guys are ready to be called into action.

Prior to the ‘Round of 16’ (this one!) everyone gets a Wildcard; so yes, you can select a new squad now and start afresh. You also get an increased budget of £105m and in this round you can now select 4 players from each team, rather than the standard 3.

You get 3 free transfers before the 2nd legs of this round begin. That’s in a couple of weeks, not before Wednesday, or indeed next Tuesday, before anyone asks / gets confused!

The 4 ‘match days’ ahead look like this;

This is looking as competitive as ever and it’s good to see a a few familiar names in the current top 10. We’ve tried to keep it as much to ourselves as possible so that it is mainly ‘Regulars’ from here but some tool did tweet it out from the site handle so there a few unknown participants!

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    Thanks to Init for putting in a kindly reminder and refreshing our memories about the rules. Now let us see some of those UCL teams.

  2. 2
    GoalMachine says:

    Is CR7 a good choice? Not following JUVE, ATL M teams for quite sometime and have no clue about their recent forms. Lot of players are injury-flagged / doubtful. Somehow EPL has taken up all attentions.

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    Frenchie says:

    Thanks Init!
    I just got reminded about UCL yesterday in the comments here, so I did a quick draft which I’m relatively happy with, apart from the goalkeepers.
    Is Courtois the main man now at Real?
    Is Bayern really rubbish this year?

    Let’s try to catch this top 10! smile

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    secretzorro says:

    The best of the best:
    Gordon Banks, World Cup winner with England in 1966, dies aged 81

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    Thanks init for the reminder
    I’ve forgotten completely that UCL is back, but then again been so busy in the last few weeks, missed the entire FPL midweek GW 24 sad

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    Madrid have looked tons better lately, very happy with their recent displays, hopefully they keep it up. Handed Atletico Madrid their asses to them 3 days ago at their place and outplayed Barca a week ago at their place in a draw and had some good wins vs Alaves and Sevilla.

    They are not the Madrid of past years, but if they play the way they have played over the last month they can make it really hard on anyone.

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