Thursday, 16 May 2019

Who Got The Assist? Pod 70 - End of 2018-19 Special

We're back for the final gameweek pod of the season as we look back over the campaign through the lens of several meaty and not-so-meaty awards for the year.

This means things like player of the year interspersed with bandwagon of the season!

We also round off our key features with some market forces analysis, the end of our zombie and mini leagues, plus give a short gaze into the summer's content.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE SUPPORT THIS YEAR. WE WILL RETURN IN 2019/20.

*LONDONERS: if you can, save the date Sat 13th July for an FPL preseason meetup - Marylebone Sports Bar & Grill, 3pm onwards*

Main league: 516-441

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Wednesday, 8 May 2019

Who Got The Assist? Pod 69 - next season speculation

We're back for the final "pre Gameweek" pod of the season to, well, spend a while navel gazing into *next season as we talk about what some of the impacts of this year's events may have on next year's teams and prices.

Additionally, it's market forces, it's a Zombie update (with a crowned winner!), the Nick pick and the All Englands.

The questions section this week also gives our thoughts on Gameweek 38!

*LONDONERS: if you can, save the date Sat 13th July for an FPL preseason meetup. Will give more details soon*


Main league: 516-441

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Friday, 3 May 2019

FPL: Five players for GW37 – Time for another Aguero moment?

We’ve reached the penultimate weekend of Premier League football. Whilst the Premier League teams didn’t fair particularly well in the Champions League this week, there’s still plenty to play for domestically. More importantly, there are still fantasy football points up for grabs.
The most difficult thing at this time of the season is finding players who still have something to play for. As we approach the end of the season, there’s a risk certain teams will metaphorically be on the beach. The picks this week are therefore focused around teams who still have a lot to play for. Fortunately, most of those teams are around the top six.
With only two game weeks to think about, the equation is not particularly complicated. Here are our five picks for who could shine in week 37.
1) Sergio Aguero (Forward, Man City, £11.9m)
Aguero’s winner against Burnley was his first goal in five league games. It’s the time of season where form for an individual is not necessarily important. Aguero is a big game player and is one of the greatest goalscorers in Premier League history. A home game with Leicester should give him plenty of opportunities to add to his goal tally.
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