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!
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]
The deadline bell has rung, your transfer concerns are over and your agonies over who to captain are no more. Many will have wielded their January wildcard this week as well, so will they perform, did you give the armband to the right player and will you see green arrows for your team this week? 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!
Welcome to GW21 and what an interesting week it promises to be – especially as many managers have chosen to activate their January wildcard at the earliest opportunity. The action kicks off Saturday lunchtime when Hull entertain Chelsea at the KC Stadium and runs right through to Monday evening when Arsenal take the trip up to Villa Park. In between that we have five 3pm starts on Saturday as Cardiff entertain West Ham, Norwich visit Everton, Fulham host Sunderland, Southampton take on West Brom and finally we have a London derby at the Lane as Spurs face Crystal Palace. The evening kick-off s...[Read More]
Welcome everyone to 2014 and the first Potty Predictions Competition of the New Year. As many of you are aware Potty’s Bookies was forced to close briefly over the festivities due to extensive flooding but as things start to dry out we are open for business again. Great news this week – to celebrate the re-opening and to wish you a happy and hopefully successful 2014 this weeks prize has been doubled, so the winner this week walks away with a free bet of £20 to spend as they wish at Ladbrokes. Lets crack on then as Potty and his staff have to catch up on a lot of refurbishment but ...[Read More]
So Christmas and the New Year have come and gone for another twelve months and with them the crazy period that saw us all face 4 game-weeks in a ten day period. For many it was a successful time as they stormed up the rankings, while for others, it was a torrid time which forced them to turn to the turkey sandwiches to find some solace. We have now moved into another extremely important period as we all have the opportunity to tinker extensively with our teams using the January wildcard. Whether you have already activated the wildcard or whether you are holding onto it for a week or two we fee...[Read More]
This game-week’s captaincy choice promises to be an interesting and maybe even problematic conundrum. With injuries to popular candidates Sergio Aguero, RvP and now also Theo Walcott, as well as an ongoing groin problem for Wayne Rooney, there will be some difficult decisions to be made this week. In most cases, the default option for the majority of managers would probably be to hand the armband to Luis Suarez, but we feel there are a number of interesting and viable alternatives to the Liverpool striker. While there are usually just three or four viable candidates for captain in any given we...[Read More]
While most Fantasy Football mini-league battles are usually decided on the big issues such as captain choices over the course of the season, sometimes the closer battles are won by one under-utilised element: the differential. The differential is the player that is uncommon in the vast majority of teams, and has the potential to give you those additional points – even just the odd cheeky goal or clean sheet – that will see you steadily rising up the overall rankings and in your mini-leagues. It’s maybe not the player you bank on, on a game-weekly basis but rather when the time arises and...[Read More]