GW10 REVIEW – EGYPTIAN LOVER

Hello everyone. Chris and Pete are away this week, so I’m filling in, like one of those weird supply teachers. Only I’m wise to your drawing-pin-on-my-chair antics, and at 3pm I’m out of here, never to be seen again. So do your worst! Anyway, I digress… The theme of this week’s review, after giving it […]

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GW25 REVIEW – UNLUCKY FOR SOME

Phil Jones slumped down into his sofa. It had been a long, hard day. Oversleeping through his alarm clock. Cracking his wing mirror as he rushed to Carrington. Nearly missing the team coach. Jose had scowled at him. He scowled at everyone, but this morning he’d been particularly surly. ‘Better put in a good shift […]

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A CASE FOR THE DIFFERENTIALS

There are many ways to play, and do well, at FPL. This game we all love is often decided by fine margins. Successful captain choices. Inspired transfers. Somehow getting lucky with auto-subs. But it’s also good to have an overarching strategy. Last week, Paul Baker’s excellent article on The Template is one such option. Get […]

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IRRATIONAL IS RATIONAL

The clock’s ticking. There’s only a handful of games left. It’s that time of the season when it makes perfect sense to go irrational. I mean you could play it safe. But unless you’re a certain Nick Johns, sitting on top of your unattainable tower of fantasy points, bathing in pure footballing acumen, where’s the […]

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