The Yahoo Fantasy Premier League Week Eight deadline is fast approaching, so we've taken a look at five players we recommend for your fantasy team this week.
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Dusan Tadic (Southampton) / Midfielder / £7.76m - After an exceptionally bright start to his Southampton career, Dusan Tadic had his first poor game in the narrow defeat to Tottenham in Week Seven, but the Serbian midfielder is capable of getting back on track at home to Sunderland this weekend. Playing as a left-sided forward up in support of Graziano Pelle, Tadic is taking set pieces, creating chances
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- Eurosport | Fantasy Football Blog – Thu, Oct 16, 2014 15:34 BST
The Yahoo Fantasy Premier League Week Eight deadline is fast approaching, so we've taken a look at five players we recommend for your fantasy team this week.Read More »from Yahoo Fantasy Football Players To Watch: Week Eight
- Eurosport | Fantasy Football Blog – Thu, Oct 9, 2014 15:18 BST
The International break not only put the Premier League on pause, it means the Yahoo Fantasy Premier League has 9 days off too.
This gives us the perfect opportunity to imagine how the Premier League would look if each club was entered as a Fantasy Team.
Which Club has the most Expensive Fantasy Football Players?
Firstly up, let’s look at the total cost of each team. There is currently £3,922,380,000’s worth of players in Yahoo Fantasy Premier League game. The most expensive is currently Sergio Aguero at £18.33M. There are ten players all valued at the minimum £1M, and they’re allRead More »from Fantasy Stat Attack: Does your club have the most Fantasy points?
The “Experts” of Fantasy football are back! Ian Nolan, Head of Sports (EMEA), James Dickens, Head of Sports (UK) and Josh Holman, Director, EMEA Operations Finance look at Game Week 7. Who’s gone for Jedinak over Fabregas? Who’s on the Leicester bandwagon and who does James think will get a kicking?
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Aston Villa vs Man City
IN: Josh, fancy any players from that game?
JH: To be honest I have zero players from either team. Along the sameRead More »from Yahoo Fantasy Football Week 7: Expert chat
- Eurosport | Fantasy Football Blog – Fri, Oct 3, 2014 15:08 BST
After a bumper 130 point haul in week six, Adebayo ‘the Beast’ Akinfenwa has decided to stick with the same team for week seven. The AFC Wimbledon forward was impressed with his team’s performance last week and, looking at this weeks fixtures, he see’s no reason to change. “Going through the team player by player, I think this team can deliver 120+ points again. I‘m very confident that not many people will be beating the beast this week!”
Just as a reminder, here is Bayo’s squad for this weekend.
Akinfenwa went though his starting eleven with us to explain why his team is unchanged.
Read More »from ‘Beat the Beast’: Lukaku to spearhead unchanged ‘Beast FC’ for Week 7
- Eurosport | Fantasy Football Blog – Fri, Oct 3, 2014 10:43 BST
The Yahoo Fantasy Premier League Week Seven deadline is fast approaching, so we've taken a look at five players we recommend for your fantasy team this week. Let's hope we're as successful as last week, when our selections of Graziano Pelle, Mile Jedinak, Victor Moses and Patrick van Aanholt all performed well.Read More »from Yahoo Fantasy Football Players To Watch: Week Seven
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Leonardo Ulloa (Leciester City) / Striker / £8.60m - Leicester boss Nigel Pearson surprised everyone when he dipped in to the Championship to snap up Leonardo Ulloa from Brighton for £8million in the summer, but the move has paid dividends already with
Yahoo Fantasy football “Experts” Ian Nolan, Head of Sports (EMEA), and James Dickens, Head of Sports (UK) are joined by last season’s Yahoo Office Fantasy League Champion Josh Holman, Director, EMEA Operations Finance. Find out more about his strategy of avoiding big match-ups and how we can all agree that Graziano Pellè and Marcos Rojo have some on the hardest names to get right first time.
Arsenal vs Spurs
JD: I am absolutely dreading this game. I don’t want to get involved at all. I’ve kept Erik Lamela because I got him cheap but I don’t think he’ll do anything but I can’t really afford toRead More »from Yahoo Fantasy Football Week 6: Expert chat
- Eurosport | Fantasy Football Blog – Fri, Sep 26, 2014 17:41 BST
Two massive derbies in the Premier League this weekend focuses the mind of our resident Yahoo Fantasy expert and AFC Wimbledon hit man Adebayo Akinfenwa.
‘The Beast’ had some difficult decisions to make, and like many fantasy users has decided to not invest heavily in players featuring in Liverpool v Everton and Tottenham’s visit to Arsenal. Out goes Liverpool’s Alberto Moreno, Aiden McGeady of Everton and Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebyor.
On the Moreno decision, Akinfenwa says “Derbies are notoriously difficult to predict, prone to bookings and red cards so I’ve dropped Moreno this week.”Read More »from Beat the Beast Week 6: Derby clearout for Akinfenwa
The Yahoo Fantasy Premier League Week Six deadline is fast approaching, so we've taken a look at five players we recommend for your fantasy team this week.Read More »from Yahoo Fantasy Football Players To Watch: Week Six
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Angel Di Maria (Manchester United) / Midfielder / £15.41m - Despite Manchester United picking up just one win in Angel Di Maria's first three Premier League appearances, his manager Louis van Gaal will be delighted with the start the £59.7million British record signing has made to his Old Trafford career. Di Maria's free-kick goal against QPR was slightly fortunate as his cross eluded everyone to find the
Fantasy football veterans Ian Nolan, Head of Sports (EMEA), and James Dickens, Head of Sports (UK), talk about the weekend’s fixtures in Fantasy Premier League Week 5, how they solved their 3rd striker dilemma and how to pronounce players with difficult names.
Burnley vs Sunderland
IN: James? What are you thoughts? Which players stand out?
JD: This is going to be a pretty tight game. No one really stands out. I think Danny Ings got a knock last week.
IN: He’s listed as injured.
JD: Burnley’s new centre forward, whose surname is very long and I can’t pronounce, looked terrible. Very one footedRead More »from Yahoo Fantasy Football Week 5: Expert chat
- Eurosport | Fantasy Football Blog – Fri, Sep 19, 2014 17:28 BST
Week 5 of Yahoo Fantasy Football brings a massive clash between Manchester City and Chelsea and with it a few tough decisions for our resident expert and AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo ‘The Beast’ Akinfenwa.
Fresh from a brace against Burton Albion on Tuesday Bayo started week four with three players from Chelsea and two from City and with it a difficult call to make ahead of the week five clash at the Etihad on Sunday.
Dropping Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany makes 'The Beast's' prediction for Sunday pretty self-evident. “I can see Chelsea winning and winning well” said Akinfewa. “City wereRead More »from ‘Beat the Beast’ Week 5: Akinfenwa drops ‘poor’ Toure