October 2015 Preview

We take a look at the next 4 game weeks in the English Premier League season to highlight fixtures that Fantasy Football managers should be thinking of taking advantage of. Home fixtures for the in-form top clubs particularly against clubs at the bottom of the table could present a bucket-load of points to the savvy manager.

Manchester City have stumbled in their last 2 matches but now have lined up 3 home matches against teams in the bottom half of the table although the 3rd of their next 4 matches is the Manchester derby away against United who have just deposed them from the top of the table. Manchester United on the other hand have 3 away matches against other teams in the top half of the table as well as the Manchester derby. City should end up with more fantasy points than United by 1 November.

Chelsea have spluttered at best this season but their rise back up the table cannot be far away and with 3 home fixtures out of 4, this month could see a turn of form. Their 2nd home match is against Aston Villa who are in the bottom 3 having conceded 12 goals from their 7 matches.

Crystal Palace, who are sponsored by Mansion Casino UK, are currently lying 7th and have 3 home matches to look forward to in the next month (albeit two are against teams above them in the table) and the away match is against Leicester City who have conceded 14 goals in their 7 matches, mainly thanks to the 5 Arsenal put passed them last weekend.

The full fixture list for the next month is:

Saturday 3 October 2015
12:45 Crystal Palace v West Brom
15:00 Aston Villa v Stoke
15:00 Bournemouth v Watford
15:00 Man City v Newcastle
15:00 Norwich v Leicester
15:00 Sunderland v West Ham
17:30 Chelsea v Southampton

Sunday 4 October 2015
13:30 Everton v Liverpool
16:00 Arsenal v Man Utd
16:00 Swansea v Spurs

Saturday 17 October 2015
12:45 Spurs v Liverpool
15:00 Chelsea v Aston Villa
15:00 Crystal Palace v West Ham
15:00 Everton v Man Utd
15:00 Man City v Bournemouth
15:00 Southampton v Leicester
15:00 West Brom v Sunderland
17:30 Watford v Arsenal

Sunday 18 October 2015
16:00 Newcastle v Norwich

Monday 19 October 2015
20:00 Swansea v Stoke

Saturday 24 October 2015
15:00 Aston Villa v Swansea
15:00 Leicester v Crystal Palace
15:00 Norwich v West Brom
15:00 Stoke v Watford
15:00 West Ham v Chelsea
17:30 Arsenal v Everton

Sunday 25 October 2015
12:00 Sunderland v Newcastle
14:05 Bournemouth v Spurs
14:05 Man Utd v Man City
16:15 Liverpool v Southampton

Saturday 31 October 2015
12:45 Chelsea v Liverpool
15:00 Crystal Palace v Man Utd
15:00 Man City v Norwich
15:00 Newcastle v Stoke
15:00 Swansea v Arsenal
15:00 Watford v West Ham
15:00 West Brom v Leicester

Sunday 1 November 2015
13:30 Everton v Sunderland
16:00 Southampton v Bournemouth

Monday 2 November 2015
20:00 Spurs v Aston Villa