Thursday, 27 September 2012

Matchday Insight : Week 6

Having got in all the injury updates from the Capital One cup played in midweek, there isn't much damage which is good going into Week 6. However the most concerning news for most managers was the fact that Tevez played the full 120 mins including extra time against Aston Villa in midweek. That doesn't make him any favorable specially with Aguero back and having Dzeko rested.

On the positive side, we saw the likes of Michu, Torres, Giroud, Sahin, Cleverley, Cisse etc get on the score sheet which is good for the weeks to come.

We have a cracker of a weekend coming up, with an early kick off ( Arsenal vs Chelsea ), yes we will have the team news for you before the deadline and it will be interesting to know the starting status of Oscar, Bertrand etc. Then we have 6 games at regular 3.00 pm and Man Utd vs Spurs as a late kick off.

Lets get straight to the easy matchups of week 6 :

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Matchday Insight : Week 5

With 4 weeks in the new season, i get hold of Week 5 preview and player picks ( my first article for the season ) and yes many more to come as we go along.

Looking at the way things have moved in these 4 weeks, it has to be said that its a long season ahead and things dont get any easier for a fantasy manager. The reason i say this is because every week the scenario is different from the previous week and with champions league group stages on, one should expect lots of rotations from the top 4 teams.

We shall be keeping tract on the probability of starting, form, opposition etc to consider our top 15 for the coming week.

Lets get straight to the easy matchups of week 5 :

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Matchday Insight: Week 4

Roland Juhasz -"Missed you on the Barn door bro..."

Back after the international break, feels like another start to the season. The internationals have done exactly what fantasy managers fear they would end up doing....complicating their lives. The big question this week is the availability of the RVP and Kagawa duo, with potentially the most profitable investments, both a doubt with injuries picked up while playing for their countries. SAF is never one to depend on when it comes to injury status updates, unlike Wenger who tends to be a little more helpful if not direct. Anyways, on to the matchups.