Fantasy iTeam Blog


Yaya’s Back!!! Rob takes a look at Gameweek 26

February 19, 2015 2:20 pm a.espncdn.com

So here we are in Week 26, and it’s ‘squeaky bum’ time at the bottom of the league – there’s also a lot of tussling going on at the top. At this moment it’s anybody’s guess who’s going to finish in the top 4 or the dreaded bottom 3. I think there are going to be a lot of twists and turns in the coming weeks, and I think its going to be the most exciting finish to a Premier League season in years. I like sticking my neck out, so I’ll make some predictions for the end of the...

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The Champions League Returns

February 13, 2015 5:03 pm apuestas-futbol-liga

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Don’t worry if your Champions League iTeam is full of players that didn’t make it through to the knockout stages, you currently have unlimited free transfers to refresh your squad. If that wasn’t enough, you’ll also receive 3 free and 1 optional transfer to use as soon as the unlimited period ends on Tuesday at 19:35 (GMT). The first thing you need to do is visit the in-app Match Centre. Gameround 7 covers 2 calendar weeks, so when you do get your allocated transfers, don’t blow them too early – you won’t receive more...

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Gameweek 25 Midweek Transfers

February 9, 2015 10:56 am Harry Kane

You may have noticed that the Tuesday and Wednesday night games kick off at different times. The majority of fixtures kick off at 19:45, but 3 of them kick off at 20:00. If you want to take out a player playing at 19:45 for a player playing at 20:00 on the same day, you can do this and still score points for both players. The ideal time to make this sort of transfer is between 19:40 and 19:45, though technically speaking you can make the transfers any time between 19:36 and 19:49. Our in-app transfer clock will let you know...

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Mr Meadows’ take on Gameweek 24

February 5, 2015 11:19 am Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League

Fifteen Gameweek’s to go. This week brings SIX transfer deadline’s meaning plenty of opportunity to get the best out of your iteam’s. Whether you need to stick with the most-picked players to stay ahead or if you need to take a gamble in order to make ground, this Gameweek not only offers some interesting matches but also opens up those strategic plans. COMMON OVERVIEW :- Many teams will already be loaded with Arsenal players and will look at selling after the early KO to bring in either Chelsea or Man City. Maybe both. Sturridge is the next obvious destination before...

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The EPL is back!!! Gregg Previews GW23

January 29, 2015 1:57 pm man-city-v-chelsea-4

With only 15 games to go, things are hotting up in the league. Gameweek 23 sees the top 2 battling it out on Saturday evening with Chelsea looking to extend their lead at the top and Manchester City desperate to claw back the deficit. Diego Costa remains the highest point’s scorer of the season so far with 129. I wouldn’t have predicted that based on his performances at the World Cup! Next thing, someone will be telling me he’s only 26 years old! Definitely had a tough paper round. Dawn D is in top spot in the FiT World Championship...

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FiT previews Gameweek 22

January 15, 2015 2:55 pm Sergio+Aguero+Alexis+Sanchez+Arsenal+v+Manchester+F0P8jV50cTTl

We’ll start with some interesting stats courtesy of WhoScored.com: Aston Villa have scored just 1 goal in their last 6 games. After 21 matches, Moyes’ shots per game average last season was 13.4. Under Van Gaal, the average is 12.5. Man Utd had 37 points at this stage last season, they have exactly the same amount this time around. Wilfried Bony averages a goal every 151 minutes and was the top EPL scorer in 2014. Alexis Sanchez has made more tackles this season than most of his Arsenal team mates – Flamini is the only player to make more. Yaya...

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FiT Looks ahead to 2015

January 8, 2015 3:56 pm

A New Year begins and we’ve also just passed the season half-way point – there’s plenty happening in 2015. First up, we have the Asia Cup and the African Cup of Nations to contend with. As usual, the timing of these international competitions isn’t ideal for a host of Premier League clubs and, more importantly, us Fantasy Football managers. You may have noticed a new in-app icon being used – the yellow circle with the black cross symbol means a player is either away on international duty or, in Sebastian Coates’ case, in-eligible to play against their parent club. So...

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FiT Legend Andy Dengate Previews GW17

December 18, 2014 3:53 pm

Hello, This is the first time I’ve ever wrote a blog for FiT when it actually looks like I know what I’m talking about. I’m well known for being less useful than a chocolate tea pot, and points for my iTeam are normally as rare as rocking horse … But today I come here to talk to you while sitting pretty in the top 100, yeah, I still can’t believe it either !! I felt too cool for cats racking up 73 points last week, but looking back, I can’t see where from … I made a rookie mistake & sold...

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Rob Wright Previews GW16

December 11, 2014 3:52 pm

Well I don’t know about you guys, but my challenge for the title has fallen before Xmas, I haven’t given up hope yet for a monthly or weekly prize though and am in the process of setting my teams up for a New Year challenge.  So for any of you that are in the same boat get planning for those monthly and weekly wins. Now I do like a bargain, but as I’ve kinda done that to death I though you guys might like facts on the season so far, it might just help with some decision making that needs to...

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The FiT Godfather brings you some stats…

December 4, 2014 3:47 pm

The other coaches are too kind. They hold your hand and give away all their tips. You lucky, lucky people. I am not so kind. I will supply you with the information, you can do the rest. All the stats are based on the season so far. Enjoy. Player Stats: Shots per game 1) Sergio Aguero 5.3 2) Mario Balotelli 3.9 3) Graziano Pelle 3.8 4) Charlie Austin 3.6 5) Diafra Sakho 3.4 Dribbles per game 1) Eden Hazard 4.6 2) Victor Moses 3.9 3) Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 3 4) Jefferson Montero 3 5) Alexis Sanchez 2.9 Key passes per game...

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