Quick out the blocks at the start of the season, Carlos Tevez had looked an irresistible Fantasy prospect. Slapped with an initial 9.0 price tag in Fantasy Premier League (FPL), the Argentine rapidly rose in ownership after grabbing a goal or assist in seven of his first eight starts – with Sergio Aguero sidelined due [...]
Six wins and a draw in their last 10 in all competitions sum up Wigan’s springtime resurgence. This term, the Latics’ annual bid for top-flight survival has been twinned with a FA Cup run which has clinched a place in next month’s final against City and, as is the norm at this time of year, [...]
In what is likely to be our last major update of the current campaign, we roll out our weekly refresh of the Watchlist rankings this afternoon, detailing our player recommendations for the remaining Gameweeks. Unsurprisingly, the upcoming double Gameweek 36 plays a significant part in our assessment of the Fantasy landscape – read on for [...]
There’s no better way to convince the doubters than a comprehensive triumph at the home of your bitter rivals. Paolo Di Canio’s first game in charge of Sunderland may have ended in defeat at Chelsea but, in the match that mattered most to the Wearside faithful, the Black Cats produced emphatically. A 3-0 victory at [...]
After last night’s fixtures helped draw a line under the previous Gameweek, our weekly refresh of the Watchlist rankings is rolled out this afternoon. As you’d expect, the upcoming double Gameweek 36 plays a significant part in how we assess the remaining schedules – our rankings can be found in the right sidebar; read on [...]
Last Monday’s Manchester derby afforded Sergio Aguero the perfect platform to serve Fantasy managers a reminder of his capabilities. Emerging from the bench late on, the Argentine weaved his way through the hosts’ backline before thrashing the ball past David De Gea as United’s stuttering bid for the title continued:
With a double Gameweek in play, our Watchlist rankings are understandably skewed in the favour of assets from Arsenal, United and Everton – although, with one eye on the fixtures to come, there’s room to consider a City revival and the seemingly relentless rise of Rickie Lambert’s Southampton as a Premier League force.