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Banterbury Update Game-week 21 FPL Fantasy Premier League

Hi all and welcome back to Banterbury HQ, aka The Nut House. As CEO of the Banterbury FA, I decided to go shopping in this January transfer window or January sales whichever way you wish to view it, and I have brought in two brothers from another mother, to help me cover our prestigious shield competition (our version of the champions league) which got under way this game-week. I hear you ask who are these stellar signings, Drum Roll Please …….. I give to you ….. Mito & Potty, The Chuckle Brothers!! Only joking fellas, thanks to both of you and welcome aboard the good ship Bant...[Read More]

Fixture Analysis Gameweek 22 FPL Fantasy Premier League

FAVOURABLE FIXTURES SUNDERLAND – Southampton (H), Stoke (H), Newcastle (A), Hull (H) ‘Slowly, slowly catchy monkey’ may be the best way to describe Gus Poyet’s mini revolution at The Black Cats. That was, until last week, when they finally exploded at Fulham and propelled themselves from the foot of the table at long last. It was against Fulham though, as a word of caution, and everyone seems to be having a field day when it’s Fulham time! There has been a definite improvement at Sunderland though since the arrival of the new boss but it has taken time to translat...[Read More]

Captains Picks Gameweek 22 FPL Fantasy Premier League

As we look through the best candidates for your captain choice for GW22, for many of you, there will already be just one name on your mind and it may well be that he already has the armband in your team selection page. That name of course is Luis Suarez, who in game GW21 produced another double digit return for his merry band of followers. With Liverpool at home to Villa this weekend, he is, of course, the standout option and his record this season speaks for itself and has already been well documented most weeks in this very article. There will be those managers, however, that will be looking...[Read More]

The Boot Room – Rate My Team GW 22 FPL Fantasy Premier League

The Boot Room – FPL Fantasy Premier League GW22 Do you have question marks over certain players or perhaps transfers you are considering for GW22? Who hasn’t?! This is your opportunity to voice those concerns and get some feedback from fellow Fantasy Mangers. We have a goldmine of experienced fantasy managers on tap who are usually more than happy to dispense of their advice and opinions so please feel free to post or link your team and ask away. The January Wildcard is of course still available, should you feel inclined to use it, if you resisted the urge last week! Will you activ...[Read More]

Sunday Review Gameweek 21 – FPL Fantasy Premier League

Newcastle 0-2 Man City In the early Sunday game sponsored by “Specsavers” Newcastle will feel rightly aggrieved after losing this engrossing encounter that saw City move to the top of the Premier League. Edin Dzeko gave the away side the lead in the 8th minute when the brilliant Aleksander Kolarov broke down the left and sent in a fine cross that was met by the Bosnian striker who tucked the ball into the net beyond Tim Krul. But the main talking point, and yet another diabolical refereeing decision, occurred in the 33rd minute when Cheick Tiote scored what should have been a thumping 30 yard ...[Read More]

Live Match Chat Gameweek 21 – Sunday – FPL Fantasy Premier League

Happy Sunday to you all! While there are just the two games today there will be fantasy interest aplenty as Manchester City visit Newcastle at 2pm and then later on Liverpool go to Stoke. 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 for GW21 from all at FF247!

Saturday Review GW21 FPL Fantasy Premier League

Hull 0-2 Chelsea With the opportunity to go top of the league overnight Chelsea were always going to be a handful for Hull, however the home side have been very solid at at the KC so it was never going to be plain sailing for the Blues. Chelsea worked very hard in the first half but were unable to break the deadlock. They had to wait till the 56th minute when Eden Hazard fired them ahead with a stunning goal from the edge of the penalty area after he had avoided a few vein Hull challenges as he weaved his magic after Ashley Cole’s deft flick to Hazard, to claim the assist. The three poin...[Read More]

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