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  1. Luckily my two players scored the goals, finished second overall so well chuffed. the prize money helps!!
  2. I'm definitely going to enter next season. I have in the past but sadly lose interest and/or get side tracked with work. I've entered the Sun Fantasy Football competition this season and the last game is today - The FA Cup final. Originally it was meant to include the European games but they've stopped as it wont finish to mid August and they said they don't want it to disrupt next season's as they want to start promoting it immediately. I can't win the Sun contest as the leader still has 3 transfers left and is 11 points clear. I only have Pulisic and Aubameyang playing today (Pulisic m
  3. Secret is to enter 5 teams - actively manage the ones that the gets the best start. Never make all your transfers in one go. You get three per month with the sun, and finally lots of luck ......... I've been doing fantasy football for 20 years +, and prior best was only a top 200 in the Times in about 1990!
  4. I took part in this last year and came over 100th. Lost interest a bit. Forgot all about it this year but did enter The Sun one. Presently top nationally , so pleased to have achieved that - knowing full well I won't win it having peaked too early!!
  5. Manager: Andy PapadopoulosTeam Name: Rubbish TeamForum Username: andypaps28
  6. Reading v Derby I have analysed the last 5 years data. Derby haven't lost at Reading in that time. The bookings market is interesting as there have always been at least 4 cards ( 2 out of 5 seasons had a red card as well). There have been over 10 corners the last 4 seasons.
  7. Fair call Catchy. To that end I've summarised for the last 3 seasons: 1. Teams relegated to the Championship from the Premier league ( 1 win, 2 draws and 3 losses for the 2016-17 and 2015-16 seasons) 2. Teams promoted to the Championship from Division 1 (1 win and 5 losses) So another interesting trends seems to be promoted teams struggle (this intuitively makes sense as teams coming from a lower standard of football and likely the financial budgets are smaller)
  8. I thought I would post the opening fixtures and results from the Championship for the last 2 seasons. The odds are William Hills. My observations are that only one team was priced as odds-on over the two seasons; Bristol City last year and duly obliged. The season coming is showing (from opening poster OP) two teams that are odds on. Brentford v Rotherham and West Brom v Bolton. I couldn't really argue with either. For me a slight anomaly might be the fact that over the 24 games from the prior two seasons there were only 3 aways. I think that this time of year due to lack of form
  9. [h=1]Championship Opta Facts - August 28-29[/h] Blackburn v Bolton Jordan Rhodes scored the winner the last time the two Lancastrian sides met in March. Rhodes has scored four goals in three home games v Wanderers, but could miss this game due to injury. Bolton are looking to avoid a third successive defeat at Ewood Park against their neighbours, something which last happened to them in December 1999. Blackburn have scored in 11 of their last 12 league games at Ewood Park, however, they've also conceded in 10 of those matches. Stephen Dobbie's 90th minute equaliser against Nottm Fores
  10. [h=1]League Two Opta Facts - August 29[/h] Accrington v Northampton Accrington have lost their last three at home in the league to Northampton, including a 5-1 thumping last season. Marc Richards scored three goals in two games against Stanley last term. These fixtures produced a total of 15 goals last season, with the away side netting five both times. Accrington haven't kept a clean-sheet against Northampton since August 2011, conceding 18 goals in seven games since then (W2 L5). Northampton have won five of their previous six games against Accrington, losing only in the epic 5-4
  11. [h=1]League One Opta Facts - August 29-31[/h] Blackpool v Walsall Blackpool have won four of their last five home league games against Walsall, though this will be their first meeting since April 2006 (L1). The Saddlers have failed to score in three of their last four visits to Blackpool. Blackpool are without a win in 22 league games (D7 L15). Walsall have lost one of their last 12 games (W6 D5), an 8-2 drubbing at the hands of Bristol City. Walsall are on a run of three consecutive victories, not winning four in a row since January 2013. Bradford City v Port Vale The B
  12. [h=1]Scottish Premiership Opta Facts - August 29[/h] Celtic v St Johnstone Celtic have failed to score in their last two league games against St. Johnstone (D1 L1). The last time they went three games without beating the Saints was in February 2013 (D2 L1). St Johnstone's win at Celtic Park in March was only their second in 17 away league games against Celtic (D1 L14). In fact, the Saints have scored just four times in their last 10 trips to Glasgow to face Celtic. Leigh Griffiths has been involved in more goals than any other player so far this season (four goals, two assists). All
  13. Southampton v Vitesse (20: 05 BST) Southampton: - Stekelenburg, Cédric, Fonte ©, Yoshida, Targett, Wanyama, Clasie, S. Davis, Tadi?, Mané, Pellè. Vitesse : - Room, Diks, Kashia, Leerdam, Achenteh, Baker, Nakamba, Vako, Brown, Djurdjevic, Oliinyk
  14. West Ham v Astra (19:45 BST) Posted at West Ham boss Slaven Bilic makes four changes to the side that started the last Europa League qualifier last week. In come defender A ngelo Ogbonna, midfielder Dimitri Payet,forward Enner Valencia and 16-year-old defender Reece Oxford.Making way are James Tomkins, Matt Jarvis, Kevin Nolan and Morgan Amalfitano. West Ham XI : Adrian, Cresswell, Kouyate, Zarate, Noble ©, O'Brien, Collins, Ogbonna, Payet, Valencia, Oxford. Astra Giurgiu XI: Lung, Alves, Seto, Enache, Budescu, Morais, Boldrin, Gaman, Teixeira, Quieros, De Amorim.
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