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  1. March

    Sunday afternoon beckons in two Premier League fixtures for Fantasy managers to profit from, as Liverpool and Arsenal attempt to overcome stern tests of their top-four credentials, while Manchester City attempt to narrow the gap on Chelsea. Following that, we’ve the small matter of a Wembley showpiece to enjoy, as Chelsea take on Spurs in the […]

  2. February

    A blank Gameweek for Tottenham and Chelsea, due to their involvement in the Capital One Cup final, means there are only five three o’clock kick-offs for Fantasy managers to scrutinise this afternoon. Burnley go head-to-head with Swansea City at Turf Moor as Sean Dyche’s men look to build on a hard-fought point at Stamford Bridge last […]

  3. The weekend’s opening fixture sees West Ham entertain Crystal Palace in the Hammers’ second of four consecutive London derbies. Sam Allardyce’s side approach this match-up without a win in their last four matches and only one victory since Boxing Day. They’ll be pinning their hopes of three points on the form of players like Cheikhou […]

  4. Sunday’s events continue with both Merseyside teams in action as Everton host Leicester City at Goodison and Liverpool make the testing trip to the south coast to take on Southampton.

  5. Tottenham entertain fierce rivals West Ham in Sunday’s midday kick off, offering Fantasy managers an opportunity to scout potential candidates for the Lilywhites’ upcoming double Gameweek 28.

  6. With no early match to engage us, Fantasy managers can finally get down to business via a batch of six three o’clock kick-offs with some intriguing clashes on offer, brimming with potential point hauls.

  7. February

    Last week we launched a couple of brand new features in our Members Area – Team Profiles and the Team Comparison Tool. We’ve felt for a long time that, while our tools provided in-depth analysis of player performance, often as Fantasy managers, we needed a similar view of how teams as a whole are performing. […]

Scout Tweets

  1. Wenger confirms that Francis Coquelin broke his nose against Everton and is unsure if he'll require surgery

  2. Baines remains a major doubt for Stoke trip in midweek due to his thigh injury sustained in training

  3. Carver is hopeful that Haidara will be available for Newcastle's clash with United despite ongoing knee problems.

  4. Everton confirm that Baines misses out today with a knock sustained in training

  5. Ricky Alvarez is “touch and go" according to Gus Poyet, for Sunderland's trip to Hull on Tuesday

  6. Oxlade-Chamberlain in for Welbeck & Gabriel in for Mertesacker as Arsenal make two changes to the side that started against Monaco.

  7. Naismith & Gibson drop to the bench as Barry returns from domestic ban & Besic & Barkley return to starting XI.

  8. Stones returns to replace Alcaraz in Everton defence. Garbutt keeps his start at left-back as Baines is left out of the matchday squad.

  9. Everton XI vs Arsenal: Howard, Coleman, Garbutt, Jagielka, Stones, McCarthy, Besic, Barry, Mirallas, Barkley, Lukaku.

  10. Arsenal XI vs Everton: Ospina, Bellerin, Gabriel, Koscielny, Gibbs, Coquelin, Cazorla, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud.

Scout Leagues

Scout Picks

For Gameweek 27

  • De Gea
  • Koscielny
  • Bertrand
  • Janmaat
  • Sánchez
  • Di María
  • Walters
  • Mane
  • Sakho
  • Rooney
  • Aguero
  • Cresswell
  • Moses
  • Gomis

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Last updated: 23 Feb, 2015 10:38pm
Player Club Factors
Up Pantilimon SUN B, Vs
Down Foster WBA B, Vs
No Change Ospina ARS B, Vs, Rest
Up Hart MCI B, Vs
Down Forster SOT C
Up Guzan AVL C
Down Lloris TOT C, Vs
Up McGregor HUL C


Last updated: 1 Mar, 2015 8:34am
Player Club Factors
Up Bertrand SOT C
Down Bellerín ARS B, Rest, £
Up Réveillere SUN B, Vs, £
Down Ivanovic CHE A
No Change Lescott WBA B, Vs
Up Wollscheid STO C, Vs
Up Naughton SWA C, £
No Change Kompany MCI C, Vs
Up Skrtel LIV B, VsX
Up Cresswell WHM B
No Change Vlaar AVL C
Down Baines EVE C, VsX
Up Rose TOT B, Vs, Rest, £
Down Yun QPR C, £


Last updated: 1 Mar, 2015 4:03pm
Player Club Factors
Up Sánchez ARS C, Vs
Up Silva MCI A, Vs
Down Hazard CHE A, VsX
Up Eriksen TOT C
Down Ozil ARS B, Vs
Up Sterling LIV B
Up Walters STO B, Vs
Down Mane SOT B, Vs
Down Di María MUN B, Vs
Up Sinclair AVL B, Vs, £
Down Sigurdsson SWA C, Inj
Down Downing WHM C
No Change Ibe LIV B, £
Up Phillips QPR B, Vs, £


Last updated: 1 Mar, 2015 9:53am
Player Club Factors
Up Aguero MCI A, Vs
Up Giroud ARS B, Vs
Down Kane TOT A
No Change Sturridge LIV C, Rest
No Change Diego Costa CHE C
Up N'Doye HUL A, Vs, £
Down Ings BRN A, VsX
Up Sakho WHM C
Down Berahino WBA B, Inj
Up Lukaku EVE C
Up Cissé NEW C
Down Defoe SUN C
Down Austin QPR B, Vs
Down Pellè SOT C, Vs

Selection Factors

A, B, C Current Form
Vs Favourable Fixtures
VsX Unfavourable Fixtures
Rest Rotation Risk
Inj Injured/Returning from Injury
OoP Out of Position
£ Potential Bargain
Sus Suspended/Near Suspension

The Suspension Tightrope

Player Team YC
Hutton AVL 9
Barry EVE 9
Bardsley STO 9
Cattermole SUN 9
Taylor SWA 9
Clark AVL 8
Cleverley AVL 8
Diego Costa CHE 8
Fábregas CHE 8
Besic EVE 8
Livermore HUL 8
Gerrard LIV 8
Barton QPR 8
Pellè SOT 8
Wanyama SOT 8
Larsson SUN 8
Reid WHM 8
Chambers ARS 7
Agbonlahor AVL 7
Okore AVL 7
Matic CHE 7
Henderson LIV 7
Skrtel LIV 7
Kompany MCI 7
Fernandinho MCI 7
Janmaat NEW 7
Dunne QPR 7
Fonte SOT 7
Schneiderlin SOT 7
Shelvey SWA 7
Mason TOT 7

“Last year was quite open for me, I was in good positions, but I was quite lucky because I was getting free kicks and some penalties as well.”

Yaya Toure Manchester City midfielder