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Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 20

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 20

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 20

Two days without any football?! It almost feels like we are stuck in some sort of Christmas version of Groundhog Day at the moment. If you missed it then worry not as between GW20 beginning and GW23 ending we now have just 14 days with games on 11 of those and no more than a day to separate any given Gameweek. That’s the theory anyway, whether Covid (or Aston Vila) say otherwise is a different matter.

GW20 itself begins on Tuesday with a 6pm double header as Palace welcome West Ham for a good old fashioned London derby and at the same time Steve Bruce will probably continue to lose his marbles at the hands of the slightly more wily Marcelo Bielsa. Arsenal’s (latest) renaissance will be severely tested by the Saints at 8.15pm, whilst at the same time Big Sam will be looking forward to seeing if Man City can do it on a cold Tuesday night at … they will!

Wednesday begins at 6pm with a duet of mid-table clashes which will be tightly contested but ultimately mean nothing as Burnley host Villa and Wolves go to Chelsea. 7.30pm sees a relegation 6-pointer between Brighton and Fulham.

The title race continues at 8.15pm as the outsiders Everton & Leicester clash, before Manchester United easily see off Sheffield United.

GW20 concludes in some fashion, as Spurs face a true test of their title credentials against a recently inadequate Liverpool.

The games in full…

Keep track of all the action, the goals, the talking points, right here at FF247 Live Match Chat, an interactive chat which encourages you to keep involved and share your thoughts and emotions as the matches take place.

Good luck to absolutely everyone for Gameweek 20 from all at FF247!

Thanks for reading Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 20.

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  1. 55
    Otieno says:

    Which would you rather have ?
    A) Kane (c), Son, TAA to play or
    B) 10 pt lead, Bruno (c), Salah to play

  2. 56

    Who to lose for Kane?
    A) Bamford
    B) Adams

  3. 57
    AJW says:

    Hi all – well like many I have had Soucek since GW1, but it’s like a game of peek-a-boo with young Tomasz. I think he’s scored more on my bench this year than in my XI! And lately benching issues have become a bit of a ‘Sophie’s Choice’, lately, I decided to put Lil Raphinha on the field this time. Luckily there was only a few points in it so it didn’t feel too bad throwing him under the bus. Alternates between being a ‘rubber Czech’ and a ‘blank Czech’,! smile

    • 57.1
      Kralin says:

      Soucek is the gift that keeps giving – or the gift that keeps mocking. One to take on the chin and move on but some freakish event may still lead to managers grabbing those points. They’ve slipped from my hand this GW.

      • AJW says:

        Perhaps rather the gift that keeps hiding it itself back in your parents’ wardrobe, when it should be sitting under the Xmas tree, waiting to be hastily unwrapped by greedy FPL owners! But is then discovered by someone else who shows it proudly to the original recipient! Ah Tomas, why hast thou foresaken me?
        Sorry Kralin, I seem to be going off on an early morning tangent! Must seek reality via a coffee pot!

  4. 58
    Grizz says:

    Just trying to find my reasoning behind why I picked Coufal over Soucek, figured there would be a better chance of a clean sheet over Souceks chances to score rofl ??

  5. 59
    constantine says:

    For a change, my FT worked this week. Gundo for Zaha. Although Zaha scored as well, but Gundogan is better long term I think.
    Really hope Robbo to be on the score sheet tonight.

    • 59.1
      AJW says:

      A good start there Connie! Hopefully you will enjoy this GW. smile. Sorry to have heard possible news of some racist slander at the SCG. As sole representative of the ‘Land Down Under’, I’d just like to say that I am really sorry, especially that these apparently middle class yobs (perhaps the worst type of yobs, as they think that everything is permitted, under the guise of bourgeois ‘respectability’!) were among a small crowd present for the test match in Sydney. Really good to see a side like India doing well away from home and were definitely not favorites when Kohli went home. Bye for now and all the best! smile

      • AJW says:

        or ‘News of possible racist slander’. I need a damned sub-editor for my posts! smile

      • banjomaker says:

        Hey AJW.
        I never clocked that you were the resident Aussie on here. Happy belated Straya Day.
        I spent four of my best years down under. Such an awesome country.

        • AJW says:

          Well Banjo I dunno if I could be considered as THE resident Aussie as there are prolly some lurking Bruces and Sheilas out there, hiding their nationality.
          Thanks for the consideration as regards ‘Straya Day’ – curiously it’s also the National Day of India (on 26/01), so congrats to Connie too!

          I’m actually an expat Aussie living on the continent (probably makes me a tad Un-Australian, dunnit? But what the heck!) – now I have an excuse for not being an expert in ‘Socka’ matters! smile

          See you round and hope all’s well!

  6. 60

    The league itself is exciting this season if some of the individual matches aren’t.

    I was thinking to myself ‘West Ham are on a decent little run they must be pushing … ‘

    They’re Top Four! wacko

    You take your eye of it for a second!

    • 60.1
      Special Agent Dale Cooper says:

      Very true, enjoyable for exactly that reason. Although City seem to be close to top gear now, if that continues it could be a lot less of an interesting title race by mid March.



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