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Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 26

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 26

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 26

Welcome to Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 26. No double games to contend with this week, just a straight forward set of 10. The last lot before we get rudely interrupted by the FA Cup again, but pay attention this time as what occurs in that may well impact hugely on what occurs in FPL later on with blank and double game-week ramifications all over the shop.

Saturday begins with two teams enjoying contrasting fortunes since they recently changed their managers as Fulham host Man United.

Saturday afternoon’s highlight, from a purely footballing perspective, will be watching Liverpool try not to choke completely against Bournemouth. Fail this test and we may as well just hand the title to City at 5pm. Elsewhere Palace and West Ham contest a derby, Huddersfield will continue their descent to the Championship against Arsenal, Saints and Cardiff have an almost literal six pointer and Watford will go all out to hang ex-boss Silva out to dry.

The final game of the day is Brighton vs Burnley, we guess there is some mild relegation interest at stake but beyond that we are struggling to either see the attraction or indeed why this is on TV. Even Brighton and Burnley fans will be hard pressed to avert their gaze if they have spent the afternoon painting walls…

Sunday should hold more interest though, Spurs Lite and Leicester kick us off nicely at 1.30pm before the main attraction at 4pm as Sarri takes his Chelsea balls to Man City for a lesson in motivation.

We continue into Monday this week as Wolves look to continue where they left off against Everton as Newcastle come to town, perhaps with a shiny new signing on show in the shape of Almiron.

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 26 from all at FF247!

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  1. 163
    mkencon says:

    I still can’t believe Sane only came away with 1 point on a double gameweek. What a letdown

  2. 164
    RafflesHotspur says:

    Anyone else looking at Almiron vHUD for a crafty little differential??

    • 164.1
      inittowinit says:

      How did he look last night when he came on? I didn’t catch the game after he did. Do need a cheap differential myself to enable Auba.

      • DMC says:

        Nothing relevant, but it wasn’t the game to such. He looked good on the ball, as expected, whenever it came to him and looked well positioned while off it. One to watch but yeah he may slot in directly in the XI given the quality he brings and the one lacking. Rosco could help here I suppose.

      • Red Robbo says:

        Didn’t see enough of the ball to make him worth punting on. There are better diffs out there. Thinking of Madison myself give Leicester’s fixtures.

        • tiijayz says:

          I thought about Maddison as well, even Jota comes to mind too. Almiron may still come good but i wanna see him starting first

        • Kralin says:

          I’m starting to have a furtive look at some of the Leicester players. However an emotional reunion with Fraser is looking on the cards, for me at least. Fraser’s fixtures in 31 and 33 aren’t bad at all; Huddersfield in week 30 is an additional sweetener.

          This in the Richarlison replacement category, though of course Richarlison could play in 31.

        • DMC says:

          I would/will consider (re)buying Frasier when Wilson is back and firing as his absence has hampered the former’s returns. It may well be around those gws. However, it all comes very uncertain then with the blanks and doubles.

          How about Barnes of Leicester?
          Cheap as chips, seems nailed on and looks good on the ball and shows up in good shooting positions. He should’ve had one vs Spurs and he would’ve if their crack addicted GK hadn’t made that brutal save. Marvelous fixtures too till the end bar the last 3.

        • Kralin says:

          I haven’t really given Leicester more than a passing glance so far. Vardy had occurred to me, that’s as far as I’d got. Thanks for the Barnes tip.

          At the moment I have three definite GW31 players – and one of them is Billing. So I need one more Liverpool player and then a few odds ‘n’ sods to make a magnificent 7, or hateful 8 or whatever. So Barnes could well come into play. Wolves being knocked out of the cup would be handy.

          But the second BGW of GW33 and chip play around that becomes important; whether or not to FH or WC in 32, and so on. The FH in 32 and building a side for 31/33 then wildcarding after 33 seems a goodish way to go.

          There’s a lot to overthink.

        • ThePeleOfMissionary says:

          I will be monitoring for a few weeks. Or, to be perfectly honest, i might actually be getting in Rondon. He is a bit up and down, but he’s looked good in recent weeks (for a few months actually). I think he could be a low risk choice with some upside, especially for those of us looking for a Kamara-replacement that doesn’t necessitate a reshuffle of funds. (Rash is of course an option, but his fixtures and blank GW31 is discouraging.)

    • 164.2
      Kralin says:

      Not for me (at the moment): Newcastle haven’t been the most free scoring of sides – only Huddersfield have scored less goals than them.

      Newcastle’s fixtures aren’t too bad, however, and they play in 31; if I were to head in their direction I’d be thinking Rondon, maybe.

  3. 165
    secretzorro says:

    You can’t make this shit up!
    “Alexis Sanchez was injured in a freak incident during Manchester United’s defeat by Paris Saint-Germain – colliding with a linesman while he was warming up.”

    • 165.1
      Kralin says:

      I thought the dude played – was subbed on?

      • He came on in injury time first half. He might have picked up a knock in an incident with the linesman but managed to “play”.

        Honestly, that man has fallen so far from so high. Hoping for football’s sake, it’s just a bad spell in his career.

        • ThePeleOfMissionary says:

          I’m struggling to see how he can turn it around. Sure, changes of environment and style of play may help, but the guy has lost like eight yards of pace and all his burst. He just doesn’t look like he has the physical tools to compete any more, and it looks like he is all too aware of it as well. His confidence look shot to absolute pieces. My bet is on him going to MLS, China or the Middle East to wrap up his career.

  4. 166
    KI says:


    Thanks very much for the diary. It’s the best soap going. I love the mix of FL and Lady Gin. Will you have to see much of Lady Gin after you move?

  5. 167
    secretzorro says:

    Glory Utd 2-0 HT

  6. 168
    secretzorro says:

    I will pass away in the next day or 2, so thxx for the memories and all that bollox, lol. See on the other side

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