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Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 6

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 6

Fantasy Football Live Match Chat Gameweek 6

With five of the big boys, and also Arsenal, having been on European duty this week we may be about the hear the dreaded ‘R’ word a number of times over the next few days as the team-sheets roll in. Certain key personnel such as Hazard were given the week off, other ones played (relatively poorly) and then proceeded to wander around with a pack of Lemsip in their hand afterwards to further fuel speculation as to their possible involvement. All will be revealed in due course though…

Watford pitch up at Fulham to kick us off on Saturday lunch-time to test their strong arm tactics against the strongest of arms in the shape of Mitrovic. Expect fireworks. New FPL favourite Fraser then gets a taste of real Northern ‘hospitality’ at Burnley to begin our 3pm games. Cardiff will hope, probably in vein, not to be the victims of a Pep backlash. Zaha will no doubt get fouled and subsequently wound up like nobody’s business against Newcastle after last week’s revelation that he ‘gets fouled a lot and gets wound up by it’! Vardy then gets another bite at grabbing our attention with a tasty home game against Huddersfield. Salah will then divide an FPL nation by either appearing against Saints or not, and that’s before he even gets a sniff of kicking a ball or two into their net, or doesn’t. Either way, avoid twitter would be our advice, the idiots will be out in full force! Jose’s reinvigoration will be severely tested as the Wolves come a hunting.

Our evening game, after a breathless Saturday afternoon, may end up with Poch wandering alongside the Brighton seafront, supping from a can of Special Brew, muttering nonsensical musings to himself, if the current pattern is to be believed. Or Kane could score a hat-trick and half a million wildcards will be suddenly and unexpectedly activated. Football, eh…

Sunday then sees a supposedly rejuvenated West Ham face a supposedly in form and title challenging Chelsea. Time will tell on both fronts. Arsenal and Everton then close our week out with a challenge as to which one is worse at playing the ball out front the back.


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  1. 157
    Neilos says:

    Evening all. Ended up with 61 which is ok I guess. I have 2 fts and want Maddison in. Can I have your thoughts peeps?

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  2. 158
    igy4 says:

    Similar question to above? Is it worth switching Mendy to Trippier tonight or is there any chance on him playing? I bought him at 6.0 so will get 6.2 if I sell. Would ideally like him back so would need him to drop twice! Just keep him on the bench and play Wan B as my third defender?

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    • 158.1
      inittowinit says:

      You can plenty afford to bench him there but see what this week brings with news of him.

    • 158.2
      Kruzcampo says:

      Just binned Mendy for Trip as Mendy is going down and Trip is going up. Got 6.2 so he drops to 6.3 tonight and if no info from Pep may go down again before the weekend. A bruised metarsal bone sounds painful. Didn’t Rooney get a broken one which put him out of a World Cup?
      Trips fixtures look tasty,as long as he plays in them all !

    • 158.3
      Kralin says:

      If you take him out before the press conference then you’re taking a gamble on him definitely not starting.

      Whether or not he is injured, or just being made to stand in the corner, we’ll never know.

      For what it’s worth I moved him out this week finished (6) for Trips, lured by what seemed the prospect of some easy points. It nearly paid off for me bar a cruel extra-time consolation goal and it may well next, but will be swapping them back as soon as M is allowed back to his desk / recovers from injury.

      I’m gambling on Mendy missing this week (have no idea really if that will happen) and my masterplan is to bring him back after City’s Anfield trip.

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