Fantasy iTeam Blog


Your guide to Gameweek 11

October 30, 2015 3:24 pm ManCity-v-Sevilla

After an eventful Capital One Cup fourth round grabbed out attentions midweek it’s back to the Premier League this weekend and that means one thing – time to set your fantasy football line-ups.  This weekend’s action starts with a bang, as under-fire Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho faces what looks awfully like a must-win game against Liverpool on Saturday lunchtime. Once that humdinger is out of the way, we’re being treated to the likes of Palace vs Manchester United, Manchester City’s home clash with Norwich and Arsenal’s trip to Swansea. There’s a south coast derby between Southampton and Bournemouth on Sunday,...

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Gameweek 10 – Manchester Derby

October 23, 2015 3:46 pm derby day

Derby day: Manchester United’s clash with City is the standout match of the weekend The end of the week is nigh, which means only one thing – the Premier League is almost back. Come Saturday it will have been five long, arduous days since the last top flight encounter was played out and it has simply been unbearable. The Champions League plugged the gap slightly but it just isn’t the same. Luckily, you’re in for a treat with the Manchester derby and the Tyne-Wear derby among four games televised across Saturday and Sunday this weekend. That’ll give you a good chance to keep an...

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International Break is Over! Bring on Gameweek 9

October 16, 2015 3:58 pm England-v-Estonia

Key injuries/suspensions Without even playing a game, Liverpool have endured 10 days from hell after losing both Joe Gomez and Danny Ings to cruciate knee ligament injuries, plus Jordan Rossiter. Both are expected to be out for the foreseeable future and could well miss the rest of the season as they recover. Manchester City also had a tough fortnight, with Sergio Aguero and David Silva both ruled out for the next few weeks. Aleksandar Kolarov will also be missing for the leaders’ clash with Bournemouth. Dow and out: David Silva is out of action this weekend Tim Krul was another to be struck down by the dreaded cruciate knee curse, becoming the...

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NEW European Super League – Budget Buys!

October 15, 2015 4:08 pm Arsenal-v-Manchester-United-Premier-League

Here we take a look through some of the most effective European Super League points grabbers, who won’t break the bank. Goalkeeper – £5.7m Roman Bürki – Borussia Dortmund Leaving aside their horror 5-1 thrashing by Bayern, Dortmund have had a positive start to the German season, currently lying in 2nd place, and Bürki looks like he could cement a place in between the posts. If the agile Swiss international can regain his confidence, he could prove to be a bargain. Defender – £5.6m Jonathan Tah – Bayer Leverkusen Leverkusen look to have one of the soundest defences in the...

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NEW European Super League – Gameweek 1 Top Picks

October 11, 2015 4:13 pm Robert-Lewandowski-scores-five

Here at Fantasy iTeam, we’ve given you the Premier League, we’ve given you the Champions League and now we’re all set to present our newest fantasy format: the European Super League. Combining the best players and teams from across Europe, the European Super League is bound to attract managers from far and wide. But how can they best spend their £75m when there’s so much choice on offer? Here are our five top picks for who to include in your line-up for Gameweek 1. 1. Baba Rahman – £5.6m The Ghanaian is yet to appear in the league for the...

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Here’s the FiT Godfather’s ESL Team

October 6, 2015 4:18 pm Photo-06-10-2015-10-12-08

Picking a fantasy football team is hard enough at the best of times, but picking only 11 players from the star-studded teams in the Fantasy iTeam European Super League is almost impossible. As a veteran of many a fantasy game though, I had a plan. My initial thinking was that in any fantasy game, strikers cost a premium and this is no different. Therefore my front three of Ibrahimovic (£8.3m), Aguero (£8.1m) and Lewandowski (£8.4m) used up a sizeable chunk of the game’s £75m transfer fund. Goals do win games though, and those three have scored bucketfuls in the last...

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NEW To FiT – European Super League

October 5, 2015 4:20 pm FC-Bayern-Muenchen-v-Borussia-Dortmund-Bundesliga

Play the unique European Super League format on your mobile and join one of the world’s biggest fantasy football communities. This is totally separate from your Premier League and Champions League teams. Your European Super League team will be made up of players from Europe’s top clubs. It’s a season long competition but also with prizes for Manager of the Week and Month. The 15 teams making up the European Super League (ESL) include: Chelsea Manchester City Arsenal Manchester United Liverpool Tottenham Barcelona Real Madrid Atlético Madrid Bayern Munich Bayer Leverkusen Wolfsburg Dortmund PSG Juventus If you haven’t already, download...

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Top Picks for Gameweek 8

October 2, 2015 4:23 pm Newcastle-vs-Watford

European football occupied attentions this week, with fortunes split north to south. London’s Champions League representatives, Arsenal and Chelsea, both lost on Tuesday evening, plunging a nation into doom, gloom and amusement. But the Manchester clubs made amends on Wednesday with two sneaky wins over German opposition. But now it’s back to the domestic grind… and fantasy football. Some big games this weekend: Arsenal vs Manchester United and the Merseyside derby. Plenty for fantasy bosses to consider, then, so here are our recommendations for the week ahead: Key injuries/suspensions Heading up the injury list is Bournemouth’s star striker Callum Wilson,...

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Gameweek 7 – Key injuries/suspensions

September 25, 2015 4:31 pm Chelsea-v-Arsenal-Premier-League

After a quick detour into the Capital One Cup this week, the Premier League is back in our lives this weekend. Which of course means that fantasy football managers will need to get their houses in order and select their 11 points-winning players for the weekend ahead. Tottenham and Manchester City get us started on Saturday lunchtime, with a cracking slate of games following. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all have rare Saturday 3pm kick-offs this weekend, with under-fire Newcastle taking on Chelsea in the day’s final match. Plenty for fantasy bosses to consider, then, so here are our recommendations...

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Bargain Buys for Gameweek 6

September 21, 2015 4:37 pm Leicester-City-vs-Aston-Villa

After a quick detour into the Capital One Cup this week, the Premier League is back in our lives this weekend. Which of course means that fantasy football managers will need to get their houses in order and select their 11 points-winning players for the weekend ahead. Tottenham and Manchester City get us started on Saturday lunchtime, with a cracking slate of games following. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all have rare Saturday 3pm kick-offs this weekend, with under-fire Newcastle taking on Chelsea in the day’s final match. Plenty for fantasy bosses to consider, then, so here are our recommendations...

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