Preview of Gameweek 5 Fantasy Premier League

Preview of Gameweek 5 in Fantasy Premier League, courtesy of Bet365

First a Gameweek 4 Review

Brighton’s Pascal Groß was the outstanding player in Gameweek 4, with the midfielder picking up 18 points from his two goals and one assist in their 3-1 win against West Brom.

The Dream Team of the Week lined up in a 3-4-3 formation. Newcastle’s Rob Elliott (£4.0m) was the standout goalkeeper with 8 points, and his teammate Jamaal Lascelles (£4.5m) the star defender with 15. They were joined in the defensive positions by Spurs’ Ben Davies (£5.7m) and Watford’s Kiko Femenía (£4.5m). A cut-price midfield of Groß, Choupo-Moting, Sané and Obiang would have earned you 57 points this week, while up front some more familiar names in Welbeck, Kane and Jesus (combined cost £30.3m) scored 41 points between them.

Gameweek 5 Preview

First point to note for gameweek 5 is the Friday night fixture, meaning that the deadline for transfers and team selection is 7pm tomorrow evening – don’t forget to update your team prior to this!

There are a couple of standout fixtures on Saturday that offer tempting captain choices, the first of which is Liverpool’s home clash with Burnley at 3pm. Liverpool may have succumbed to an embarrassing 5-0 defeat at Man City in their last league game, but they played almost an hour of that match with 10 men and were well in contention before Sadio Mané’s dismissal. They’ve only lost 2 of their last 29 league games at Anfield and are up against a side who picked up just 7 points on their travels in the whole of last season. Roberto Firmino (£8.6m) and Mo Salah (£9.1m) are the two players who are well worth considering for captain here. They’ve each scored two and assisted two from their 4 league games so far, and both were on the scoresheet in last night’s 2-2 Champions League draw with Sevilla. It’s also worth noting that Philippe Coutinho (£8.8m) came off the bench in that game and after a summer of speculation surrounding his future he’ll be looking to recapture the form that saw him pick up 171 Fantasy Football points last season, including 13 goals and 8 assists.

The late kick-off on Saturday is Tottenham v Swansea, and it’s a game in which Spurs will be desperate to pick up 3 points. They were impressive victors in the Champions League last night against Dortmund, and that win should help to allay any nerves they have at Wembley after a stuttering start to the league season in which they’ve dropped 5 points from their first 2 ‘home’ games (after dropping just 4 points at White Hart Lane in the whole of last season). Harry Kane (£12.4m) scored twice in their 3-1 win last night, he got a brace last week at Everton and he did so in this fixture last season too, so it’s likely that a huge percentage of Fantasy Football managers will be giving him the nod for captain this week.

The final game of the weekend is the clash between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford. All eyes will be on the centre forwards in this one after Romelu Lukaku (£11.7m) and Wayne Rooney (£7.5m) switched clubs in the summer. Both have started the season well, with Rooney scoring both of Everton’s league goals to date and Lukaku scoring 4 in 4 for United. It’s Lukaku who’s likely to come out on top here though, bearing in mind Everton’s miserable record at Old Trafford where they’ve won just once in their last 24 visits. It’s also worth noting that United have kept clean sheets in each of their last 4 home games, and with Everton failing to find the net in their last 2 matches the likes of David de Gea (£5.5m) and Eric Bailly (£6.2m) should provide good points potential this week. Those of you with Paul Pogba (£8.3m) in your team need to be looking to transfer him out – he came off with a hamstring injury after just 19 minutes of Tuesday’s Champions League game on Tuesday and is not expected to be fit for a month.

To finish off, one pick from each of the remaining fixtures:

Bournemouth v Brighton – Charlie Daniels (£4.9m)
Crystal Palace v Southampton – Fraser Forster (£5.0m)
Huddersfield v Leicester – Jamie Vardy (£8.5m)
Newcastle v Stoke – Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (£5.6m)
Watford v Man City – Gabriel Jesus (£10.4m)
West Brom v West Ham – Jonny Evans (£4.9m)
Chelsea v Arsenal – Álvaro Morata (£10.2m)

Best of luck for this weekend, and we’ll be back with another update next week.

Preview of Gameweek 4 Fantasy Premier League

Preview of Gameweek 4 in Fantasy Premier League, courtesy of Bet365

First a Gameweek 3 Review

Newcastle’s Ciaran Clark was the outstanding player in Gameweek 3, with the centre back scoring Newcastle’s second in their 3-0 win against a poor West Ham side. The goal and clean sheet, alongside three bonus points, earned him 15 points.

The Dream Team of the Week lined up in a 5-3-2 formation, with Clark joined at the back by Newcastle colleague Chancel Mbemba, Brighton’s Shane Duffy, Joe Gomez of Liverpool and Swansea’s Kyle Naughton. Those 5 prove that there are Fantasy Football bargains aplenty, with just £22m of your budget needed for all five of them. Fraser Forster was the pick of the goalkeepers, scoring 11 points to take his tally for the season to 20, while in midfield a combination of Fàbregas, Salah and Alli would have returned 21 points for a combined cost of £25.4m. Up front Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata and Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino got a goal and an assist each to score 12 points.

Gameweek 4 Preview

Following the international break the Premier League is back with a huge game as Man City host Liverpool at lunchtime on Saturday. The two sides have a devastating array of attacking talent and history suggests that there’ll be goals at each end, with both teams scoring in all of the last 5 Premier League meetings between them at the Etihad, and 18 goals scored altogether in these 5 games. For the away side Roberto Firmino (£8.6m) has started the season in excellent form, with 2 goals and 2 assists from his 3 games so far helping him to 26 Fantasy Football points. Midfielders Sadio Mané (£9.6m) and Mo Salah (£9.0m) are also racking up the points, with Mané on the scoresheet in each of Liverpool’s three games and Salah equalling Firmino’s contribution with 2 goals and 2 assists. Any of these players would be worthy additions to your Fantasy team. City’s Gabriel Jesus (£10.4m) scored his first goal of the campaign last time out against Bournemouth and should cause the Liverpool defence plenty of problems on Saturday. In midfield David Silva (£8.1m) has 2 assists to his name already and is surely one of the few guaranteed his place in City’s midfield with Guardiola having a plethora of options to choose from.

At 3pm Tottenham travel to Goodison Park to face Everton, a team who haven’t yet beaten them under Mauricio Pochettino’s management. The Argentine has overseen 3 wins and 3 draws against the Toffees and Spurs may well be happy to playing an away game to avoid any further talk of the Wembley hoodoo. Harry Kane (£12.4m) has yet to find the net for Tottenham this season, but August is a well-documented anomaly in his goalscoring record. He got on the scoresheet for England last week (on 1st September!) and he scored twice the last time these two sides met, so should be confident going into this one. Dele Alli (£9.5m) is another to look out for, with the midfielder scoring in two of his last three appearances against Everton, and in two of his three Premier League appearances for far this season.

The late kick-off sees Manchester United take their 100% record to the bet365 Stadium as they face a Stoke City side who’ve started the season solidly enough, losing narrowly at Everton on the opening day before beating Arsenal and drawing at West Brom. United are a different proposition to those three at the moment though, with Mkhitaryan (£8.3m), Pogba (£8.2m) and Lukaku (£11.7m) looking particularly sharp in the opening weeks. Between the three of them they have 5 goals and 7 assists, and it’s difficult to see a Stoke defence who’ve kept just 3 clean sheets from their last 13 league games keeping them at bay. It’s worth noting that United have failed to keep a clean sheet on any of their last 4 visits to Stoke though, so despite their strong defensive showing so far this season it may be wise to avoid their defenders in your starting XI this week.

To finish off, one pick from each of the remaining gameweek 4 fixtures:

Arsenal v Bournemouth – Alexandre Lacazette (£10.4m)
Brighton v West Brom – Allan Nyom (£5.0m)
Leicester v Chelsea – Alvaro Morata (£10.1m)
Southampton v Watford – Richarlison (£6.0m)
Burnley v Crystal Palace – Chris Wood (£6.5m)
Swansea v Newcastle – Renato Sanches (£5.0m)
West Ham v Huddersfield – Chicharito (£7.1m)

2018 World Cup Qualifiers: Europe

England beat Slovakia in a Group F match played at Wembley on Monday night. Marcus Rashford’s mistake led to a goal from Slovakia to put the visiting team in front with only three minutes in the game. The English forward tried to help with the defence but it went all wrong leading to the goal. Tottenham Hotspur’s Eric Dier equalized for England from a corner delivered by Rashford in the 37th minute. England was under pressure to win on home soil and they kept pressing for a winning goal. The breakthrough for England came in the 59th minute through Marcus Rashford who rectified the mistake he made in the first half. Gareth Southgate’s side is still leading Group F with five points.

Belgium became the first European team to qualify for the 2018 Russia World Cup with a 2-1 victory over Greece in Athens on Sunday. Goals from the Spur’s Jan Vertonghen and Man United player Romelu Lukaku secured the qualification for Roberto Martinez’s side. The host Greece pulled one goal back through Zeca.

It was the seventh win for Belgium out of eight matches they played in Group H. The Belgians have already won the group leading second placed Bosnia-Herzegovina by eight points with only two matches to go. If you are a sports or casinos online fan, this is the team you should definitely bet on. The team joined already qualified countries such as Russia the host, Brazil, Japan, Iran, and Mexico.

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FPL: First International Break Which Premier League players have stood out so far?

Harry Kane
Tottenham’s Harry Kane” (CC by 4.0) by Enviro Warrior

For most FPL managers the first international break is a time of reflection. Three gameweeks have been played by now and the summer transfer window has closed, so we can finally start getting a decent idea of how each team will be lining up until January, at least. Taking the performances of Premier League assets into account during their stint with their national teams might just give you an edge when deciding your line-up for the upcoming fourth gameweek or when playing your wildcard. If you’d rather play other games online then check out the SportNation Bonus Offer.

The Three Lions
All of England’s international players are active in the Premier League, so it makes sense to dedicate some ink to the Three Lions. The first name to mention is Harry Kane, the Spurs striker who’s crowned himself top scorer of the PL in the past two seasons, but who has never scored in the month of August. True to style Kane took the game against Malta on the 1st of September as the perfect moment to bag two goals, something the 27% of FPL managers who still have him in their team after a dismal 4 points from 3 weeks will be more than happy to hear.

Despite not scoring, Kane’s teammate Dele Alli played a decent match, creating danger when he got the chance and keeping his cool to provide Kane with the assist for the all-important first goal. In defense, Southampton’s Ryan Bertrand stood out with a long range goal, though he did not have much to do on the defensive end.

Other Premier League players that excelled

In Group E Denmark ran riot against group leaders Poland in Copenhagen, winning 4-0 with Spurs midfield maestro Christian Eriksen providing assists for the first two goals and getting the fourth one for himself. Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel stood between the posts for the Danish as usual and he kept a clean sheet against an attack that featured Bayern’s Lewandowski and Napoli’s Milik.

In Lithuania, Liverpool’s new full-back Andy Robertson got on the scoresheet with a screamer in the top corner to put Scotland 0-2 ahead against the locals. He was the best man on the pitch, he defended with confidence and he assisted in attack when possible, his goal being the highlight of a relatively easy game for the Scots.

In Belgium, the local national team faced the amateurs of Gibraltar and featured several Premier League players. United’s Lukaku added to the Belgian 9-0 demolishment with 3 goals, while Chelsea’s Eden Hazard played for the first time in a long time after injury and confirmed his return with a goal. With Courtois in goal, and Alderweireld, Vertonghen and Kompany in front of him the complete Red Devils’ defense consisted of Premier League defenders.

In South America, Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho showed that he wasn’t phased by all the transfer rumours surrounding him as he scored a magnificent goal together with City’s Gabriel Jesus to put the home game versus Ecuador beyond all doubt. Chelsea’s Willian played a decent game as attacking midfielder and provided the assist for Brazil’s first goal.

Finally, the match of the week in the African World Cup qualifiers was Nigeria versus reigning African champions, Cameroon. On the pitch it was Nigeria who reigned though, as they blew away the visitors: 4-0. Chelsea’s Victor Moses played an excellent game as right midfielder, scoring the third after a smooth counter attack, while Leicester’s new signing Iheanacho made the most of the half hour he was given after replacing ex-Watford hitman Odion Ighalo by scoring the fourth and last goal.

FPL 2017/2018 Transfers – Deadline Day for the Premier League

Alexis Sánchez
Will Arsenal hold on to their Chilean star Alexis Sanchez?” (CC by 4.0) by Ronnie Macdonald

With the quantities of money that have been thrown around during this summer’s transfer window this year’s Deadline Day could become one of the most spectacular ones in recent memory. Incoming transfers need to have been confirmed before 11pm (BST) today, the 31st of August (outgoing transfers are still possible to some foreign markets where the transfer window closes later), so in this article we’ll take a quick look at some of the most promising confirmed transfers of today, as well as at some of the most exciting rumours. When transfers are confirmed this will affect Betting Tips and Predictions for the Premier League.

Premier League: confirmed transfers on Deadline Day

One of the most high-profile transfers on Deadline Day, at least in terms of the EPL, is Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s £35 million move from Arsenal to Liverpool. Chelsea’s Antonio Conté was reportedly interested as well, but AOC gave his OK to the Reds where he will be playing in a more central advanced position.

One of this window’s calmest clubs, Tottenham, also made a move on Deadline Day. After strengthening their defence with the talent of Ajax defender Davinson Sanchez the Spurs have also added PSG’s Serge Aurier to their squad for £23 million. The Ivory Coast right-back’s talent is indisputable, so it will be interesting to see if at Spurs he can avoid the off-field antics that got him into trouble at PSG on several occasions.

Swansea City might not be the club you would expect to find amongst a listing of Deadline Day’s most exciting transfers, but the Swans have struck potential gold. They agreed on an £8 million loan move for Portuguese midfield promise Renato Sanches with Bayern Munich. Sanches was instrumental to Portugal’s shock Euro Cup victory in 2016, but after a year in the shadows at Bayern the tireless box-to-box midfielder will be looking to get back into the spotlight at Swansea.

Finally, West Brom deserves a mention as well for their astute negotiating at the very end of this transfer window. The Baggies closed a rather spectacular double transfer by paying £7 million for Arsenal’s Kieran Gibbs (a bargain in this market?) and agreeing on a season-long loan of PSG midfielder and Polish international Grzegorz Krychowiak, who had moved to the French giants just a year ago for £28 million from Sevilla.

Premier League: persistent transfer rumours on Deadline Day

The news is flooded with rumours and while we can’t say with certainty which of them will actually lead to something (that’s why they’re called rumours) we do see some persistent news items regarding high-profile moves connected to the Premier League.

Arsenal’s Chilean star man Alexis Sanchez has been linked to practically every European powerhouse ever since he expressed doubts about extending his contract with the Gunners. His link to City has been particularly persistent and Arsenal have reportedly rejected a £53 million offer from the Citizens, but this seems like a marriage that is bound to end very soon particcularly if Arsenal can find a suitable replacement at the same time.

Another EPL star and FPL favorite that has consistently been linked with leaving the league is Liverpool’s Coutinho. The Reds have rebuffed FC Barcelona’s efforts to sign the Brazilian on several occasions, the last having a reported value of £110 million. They have branded Coutinho as “not for sale”, but can they resist if Barça decides to increase their offer again?

In case they do give in then the Reds already know who the Brazilian’s replacement should be: Thomas Lemar of last season’s Champions League semi-finalist AS Monaco. More than half of the Coutinho money would go to bringing in the French assist king, despite Monaco not being keen on selling their winger.

Also keep an eye on the news regarding Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk (the defender wants to leave and hasn’t played a minute yet this season but the club are keen to keep him), Northern Ireland international Jonny Evans (with Arsenal apparently being in pole position to sign the West Brom defender) and Leicester’s Danny Drinkwater (who has submitted a transfer request and seeks a move to reigning champions Chelsea.

Fantasy Premier League 2017/2018 – Potential bargain players

Chelsea Vs Maccabi Tel-Aviv

Ruben Loftus-Cheek in action against Maccabi Tel Aviv in last season’s Champions League” (CC by 4.0) by joshjdss

At the time of writing this article the third gameweek of the official Fantasy Premier League is underway and with the first international break on the horizon this is a good moment to take a look at some of the players that are emerging as potential bargain players. Spotting a bargain asset early on can make a huge difference in your mini-leagues not only because of the points the players brings in compared to their relatively low price, but also because it will free up crucial millions you can then spend elsewhere in your team.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Crystal Palace, 4.5m)
We start off with the young Chelsea midfielder who is also featured in the cover photo of this article. Frank de Boer’s men have gotten off to a rocky start this season, especially the 3-0 thumping to newcomers Huddersfield in the opening weekend was painful, but the potential of his squad can’t be denied. With players like Benteke, Zaha and Dann the Eagles are expected to bounce back. Crystal Palace also secured the services of versatile Chelsea midfielder Loftus-Cheek on loan for a season and it looks like he will be displaying his attacking talents as De Boer’s number 10 man. At a price of just 4.5 million Loftus-Cheek might just be one of the game’s most undervalued assets. He starts, he attacks and if the Eagles manage to get their stuff together it’s likely that Loftus-Cheek will be at the center of it. He is however missing this weekend due to injury but expect him to be a popular pick after the International break and during the break if you follow the horses then here is the best horse racing tips for you to consider.

Ben Mee (Burnley, 4.5m)
Hardly considered an unknown after Burnley’s successful campaign last season that was based on an impressive defensive stability whenever they played at Turf Moor, Ben Mee is still valued at just 4.5 million this season. They did sell their defensive leader, Michael Keane, to Everton for almost 30 million pounds, but Sean Dyche is expected to mold another hard-to-beat defensive unit at Burnley with Ben Mee at the center of it. Mee has proven to be a defender worthy of the Premier League who provides safety at the back and additional danger in attack during set pieces. For a player who kept 9 clean sheets, scored 1 goal, assisted 2 goals and accrued a total of 94 points last season while defending for a team that ended up 16th in the League, 4.5 million can certainly be considered a bargain. Even if you’re, understandably, not yet convinced of Burnley’s quality for this season Mee is still an interesting option as fourth or fifth defender in your squad, seeing as you won’t find many better and more reliable defenders in this price range.

Willian (Chelsea, 7.0m)
There are plenty of other interesting players that we could mention in this article (just think of Huddersfield’s Steve Mounié and Aaron Mooy, or Watford’s Richarlison), but an undervalued asset in the reigning champion’s starting eleven needs to be included. True, Willian is usually third choice behind Hazard and Pedro, but, with the Belgian star out with an injury probably until at least mid-september, the Brazilian presents a unique opportunity to add a scoring midfielder with occassional set-piece duties from champions Chelsea to your team for just 7 million. Willian scored 8 and assisted 3 last season, accumulating 114 points in the process, despite functioning as a substitute for most of the season. Pedro is the principal rival for his spot and it’s not unthinkable that the Spaniard will have to accept a place on the bench if Willian performs well until Hazard returns.

Preview of Gameweek 3 Fantasy Premier League

Preview of Gameweek 3 in Fantasy Premier League, courtesy of Bet365

First a Gameweek 2 Review

There were a host of excellent performances during gameweek 2, with Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso scoring 2 goals in a close game between Chelsea and Spurs in their first home game at Wembley. The national stadium did the Lilywhites no favours but there is no doubt that Chelsea were the better team on the day, overcoming a Michy Batshuayi own goal in the first half to win 2-1 thanks to the Spanish wingback’s superbly taken goals.

The Dream Team lined up in a defensive 4-5-1 formation, with Jack Butland putting in an inspired performance to keep a dogged Arsenal from scoring against the Potters, whilst Huddersfield’s Christopher Schindler had an excellent game for the Terriers against a woeful Newcastle side.

Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez opened his account for a 10-man West Ham side against Southampton over the weekend, scoring twice against the Saints, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Southampton, who won a penalty late on to secure all 3 points.

Gameweek 3 Preview

There’s a host of excellent games to look forward to this weekend, starting with Saturday’s early kick off, as Manchester City travel to Bournemouth in search of their second away win of the season. Fantasy managers will have been frustrated by City’s attacking players thus far, particularly against Everton on Monday when City were denied despite myriad chances. With that said, Bournemouth have been poor in their opening 2 fixtures, and most will be predicting a comfortable City win here. Kevin de Bruyne (£10.0m) looks a good pick for this match and an underperforming Bournemouth could be just what the Belgian needs to open his account for the 2017/18 season.

Saturday evening sees an in-form Manchester United side hosting one-time Champions Leicester City in what is likely to be the first real test of the Red Devil’s title credentials, but there are an array of fantasy talents that will appeal to fantasy managers – Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku has been in red hot form, netting three goals in two games so far and he’s showing no signs of slowing down. Midfielder Paul Pogba (£8.1m) has also found the net on two occasions already, whilst Henrikh Mkhitaryan (£8.2m) has chipped in with four assists in his first two games of the season.

There are some great matches being played out on Sunday too, with Spurs home-away-from-home fixture against Burnley kicking off at 1:30pm. The North West outfit should prove not so stern a test for Spurs as trying to keep Chelsea out in their second game at Wembley, and the likes of Dele Alli (£9.5m) and Christian Eriksen (£9.6m) are both appealing fantasy prospects for the weekend. Spurs could well keep their second clean sheet of the season against Burnley too, who endured a truly awful away record to hang on to Premier League status last season, making Ben Davies (£5.6m) a tempting prospect for defensive returns as well as attacking output.

To finish off, one pick from each of the remaining gameweek 3 fixtures:

Crystal Palace v Swansea – Tom Carroll (£4.5m)
Huddersfield v Southampton – Aaron Mooy (£5.6m)
Newcastle v West Ham – Chicharito (£7.1m)
Watford v Brighton – Richarlison (£6.0m)
Chelsea v Everton – Alvaro Morata (£10.0m)
West Brom v Stoke – Ahmed Hegazi (£4.7m)
Liverpool v Arsenal – Roberto Firmino (£8.5m)

Best of luck for the coming weekend!

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