Every season there are essential players you must have in your FPL team and this season has been no different. Salah, Kane, Alonso & De Gea have proven their worth and with that have a huge ownership.
Hi there fellow FPL managers. Nick Dolamore here (AKA @FantasyPLGuide on Twitter) to assist you in your all important captain pick that needs to be made, week in, week out. Every week I will look at three different captains I feel are viable options and have the potential to score big in the following GW.
Hello there FPL managers, this is Varun here and I have shifted to a different weekly column. Earlier I was reflecting on the past and now I am previewing the future. Who’s excited? I certainly am. Here I will be looking at five players apart from the obvious one who could be a great addition to your team for the upcoming gameweek.
It was a high scoring gameweek this weekend in FPL with an overall average of 58 points. There were some fantastic ups and downs out there, with City’s unbeaten streak broken at Anfield and the game being one of the best of the season till now. In this article, we look at some important lessons learnt from gameweek 23 and how they can prove to be vital for the upcoming gameweek.
On Sunday afternoon, the final whistle from Kevin Friend at Dean Court confirmed an eery predicament for Arsenal Football Club. Their first ever loss to AFC Bournemouth, a sixth place league positioning; 23 points off the summit of the Premier League, and the impending departure of their star Chilean forward, Alexis Sanchez, to either Manchester City or Manchester United.
When Frank De Boer took charge of Palace, most of us expected a complete turnaround in the way Palace played. Selhurst Park is, by no means, an easy place to visit and come away unscathed, but the arrival of the former Ajax coach was to spurn a complete change.
Jurgen Klopp signed for Liverpool just a little over two years ago. Since then, the German has overseen a revolutionary change in the football being played on the red half of Merseyside.