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Fantasy Football tips: Gameweeks 35 & 36

Posted April 19, 2012 by CG

Aside from Manchester City, there aren’t many teams that stand out for gameweek 35. But seasoned fantasy football players will have had an eye on gameweek 36 for a while now, with eight teams set to “enjoy” a double header. Obviously, don’t go in two-footed and fill your team with Stoke and Fulham players just […]

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Are people still saying the Premier League is the best in the world?

Posted April 6, 2012 by CG

The headline news from last night’s Europa League quarter final ties is that Spain is dominating the competition once again, with three of the four semi finalists playing their football in La Liga. Athletic Club, Atlético Madrid and Valencia all ran out fairly comfortable winners over two legs in UEFA’s secondary club competition, while Real […]

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Fantasy Football tips: Gameweek 31

Posted March 30, 2012 by CG

A few tricky fixtures to call this week. With Arsenal enjoying such a fine run of form, you’d back them to extend their unbeaten run at Loftus Road tomorrow, while Manchester United’s trip to Ewood Park on Monday night could prove extremely lucrative for the Red Devils. But, we’re looking at Bolton and Chelsea for […]

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Fantasy Football tips: Gameweek 28

Posted March 9, 2012 by CG

Manchester United, Arsenal and Fulham’s players all look like they could do a decent job for you in Gameweek 28, while they also have pretty favourable fixtures looking ahead to Gameweek 29. West Brom and Stoke have also been in fine form of late, so it’s worth having a look at them although they do […]

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Fantasy Football tips: Gameweek 22

Posted January 20, 2012 by CG

A tricky looking gameweek, with four of the top five meeting on Super Sunday. Spurs travelling to Manchester City and Arsenal entertaining United at the Emirates this weekend should give Liverpool and Chelsea a fine opportunity to make up some ground at the top end of the Premier League. If you’re struggling to pick a […]

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