The Digest

  1. April
    29

    Our final look back at Gameweek 36 salutes Sunderland’s new-found saviour, as the Black Cats finally climb out of the bottom three. We also acknowledge Ryan Giggs’ immediate impact at the United helm ahead of the double Gameweek, and as many Fantasy managers look to chase down mini-league leads, we also assess the need for […]

  2. April
    22

    Our final look back at Gameweek 35 shines the spotlight on Arsenal’s top performer from the first half of the season as he makes a late return onto Fantasy radars. The Black Cats’ resurgence is also acknowledged, whilst the current lack of form from many of the upcoming double Gameweek sides may potentially alter our […]

  3. April
    08

    Our closing assessment of last weekend’s fixtures focuses on Manchester United’s record signing as he finally begins to settle in the central role. Palace’s form ahead of this week’s pair of fixtures and the knock-on effect of double Gameweek 34 on the transfer market are also analysed, as many start to part company with some […]

  4. April
    01

    Our final assessment of Gameweek 32 examines United’s in-form frontman and the numerous attacking options that have helped Everton to a five-match winning run and considers how much impact the upcoming double Gameweek 34 will have on our transfer plans:

  5. March
    18

    Our final look back at Gameweek 30 considers the consistency and form of the Liverpool and England captain and examines the contrasting fortunes for both the blue and red halves of Manchester ahead of some favourable upcoming schedules:

  6. March
    11

    We look back on Gameweek 29 for the final time to focus on Cardiff’s talismanic skipper and Man United’s improving league form. The imminent double Gameweek 31 is also in our thoughts as Fantasy managers start to plan for squad restructuring in order to take advantage of the outstanding schedules:

  7. March
    04

    The Digest – Gameweek 28

    Filed under: The Digest - Posted by: Paul

    Our last glance at the Gameweek gone by assesses the return to form of Villa’s talisman, the Fantasy potential on offer at the Britannia and the weekly armband frustration brought on by a certain Merseyside pairing:

Scout Tweets

  1. Van Gaal rolls out a 3-4-1-2 formation in first match in charge of United http://t.co/JCVVVJq2Ls

  2. Rodgers: “Coutinho is the brain in our team. He is the one that gets the team ticking” http://t.co/QQykreNkjE

  3. Rodgers plays down Borini shoulder injury: "He'll miss a few days of training but he's only bruised it.” http://t.co/mR4C51zlXr

  4. Spurs confirm the signing of Ben Davies and Michel Vorm from Swansea http://t.co/9my10Zv3nz

  5. Gylfi Sigurdsson completes a return from Tottenham to Swansea http://t.co/BsQsAXsDDE

  6. Andy Carroll ruled out of the rest of West Ham's pre-season tour of New Zealand with ankle injury http://t.co/g2V7YrGdId

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