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GW11 fantasy football tips – Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW10 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun plus outlines his plans for GW11

Here’s our GW11 fantasy football tips article where Andrew Ferguson reviews his GW10 teams in FPL, TFF, Sky and Sun and outlines his plans for GW11. Andrew finished top 1k in TFF, Sky and FPL plus 15k in Sun in 17/18.

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Fantasy premier league team tips GW10 – FFGeek contributors show their GW10 teams part 2

Here’s our fantasy premier league team tips GW10 article where the 2nd group of the FFGeek contributors show their teams for GW10. In this article we have Keith Spencer, FPL Word Scott Hargadon, Robert Cosgrove, Sergio Torija and Costas Chari.  One of them is captaining Robertson this week!

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Fantasy Premier League free hit – A Free Hit team for GW10

Welcome to a new article from Jordan Sadler based on using your fantasy premier league free hit. Probably the best time to use it would be for a blank week due to FA Cup postponements later in the season but a gameweek now with Man City and Tottenham playing against each other it could also be an option.  The article may also help you for daily or weekly fantasy football choices.

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Paul Williams ‘Diary of an FPL Manager’ – Squad Structure: Three or Four in Defence

Here’s FFGeek contributor Paul Williams with his bi-weekly ‘Diary of an FPL Manager’ series. This week, Paul is focusing on the current advantages and disadvantages of setting up with three or four starting players in defence. Paul is one of the Top 10 FPL Managers I follow and finished with an overall rank of 412 last season, 1,382 in 16/17 and 7,164 in 15/16.

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