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Laca and Ozil

Arsenal’s attack back on track to deliver for #FPL owners?

Howdy. It’s safe to say gameweek 9 didn’t exactly go according to plan. Strikers disappointed, Pep rotated and you had to be very astute for your midfield to compensate for that. Let’s get our teeth into the latest trends, shall we? Forwards The situation is such it might be wise to go with two up […]

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Alexis Replacement?

Alexis Sanchez can force his way into your Fantasy team

Howdy. Another Premier League weekend is nearly upon us and we’d all like to do better this time around, don’t we? Let’s try and figure how we can achieve that. Forwards First and foremost I have to apologise to those of you who followed my advice last week to wait on Jesus and turn your […]

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robholding

Holding can prove a valuable FPL budget pick

Howdy. The Premier League returns tomorrow after another tedious international break, and with it returns its lesser Fantasy twin. Let’s try navigating the murky waters thereof ahead of gameweek 8. Forwards Unless you own Kane or Lukaku (or both) you have probably been sweating most of the break. By the way, while we are on […]

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Ramsey

Fantasy preview: Ramsey and Kolasinac can prove top picks

Hi everyone. Another gameweek is looming large, and you have one more day to tinker with your fantasy squad. That means looking back on the last gameweek, the fixtures to come, and assessing your best options in different areas. Starting with… Forwards If the last week taught us anything, it’s that Aguero is still a […]

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Jesus

Manchester City finally click, but is it a flash in the pan?

Up until this season I wasn’t at all involved with Fantasy Premier League. However a lucky combination of a piece of advice from a friend and a certain boredom at the start of the season provided the perfect storm. And so here I am, 4 gameweeks into the season, feeling a need to vent my […]

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The new Gervinho?

Alexis the new Gervinho?

invinciblogI was eleven-and-a-half. My family had just emigrated from Rhodesia to South Africa. All the kids on my street supported United or Liverpool, because of their Southern African goalkeeper connections: Bailey for United and Grobbelaar for ‘Pool. Problem was: I didn’t like the colour red – so when FA Cup Final day came around in […]

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