Fantasy premier league – Fixture ease schedule – game week 8

Here’s my ranking of the next 6 fantasy premier league  fixtures from game week 8 onwards plus in the next columns how the next 6 fixtures will look like from  GW9  GW10 and GW11.  Now you can see the fantasy premier league  trends in fixtures coming up.

 Ive also included “captain planning” for the weeks ahead and The “don’t sell  this team” part  which follows my rule that you should never sell a player from a team which has an easy game next (obviously injury permitting)

Also when you buy and sell always look at actual fixtures as a common sense test.


Fixture ease rank and trending


Fixture Ease Schedule GW8
TeamGW 9 next 6GW10 next 6GW11 next 6
7Man Utd623
10Manchester City81017
14West Ham202019
19Aston Villa171815


So from this schedule the most compelling teams to have players for short and long term fixtures are:


Stoke – Walters Crouch Wilson

Newcastle – Ba Ben Arfa Santon

Southampton – Lallana,  Lambert maybe Ramirez

Reading – Pogrebnyak

Close but less so

Man Utd –    RVP Rooney Rafael

Captain planning

However having players to fill the captain slots is also important.  Heres the fixtures that will probably make up our captain choice


Round 8

Liverpool V Reading
Man U v Stoke

Round 9

City v Swansea

Round 10

Tottenham v Wigan

Round 11

Arsenal v Fulham

Round 12

Man City V Aston Villa

Norwich V Man U

Round 13

Tottenham v West Ham

Man U v QPR

Round 14

Man U v West Ham

Wigan v Man City

Round 15

Arsenal V Swansea

Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool and the 2 Manchester Clubs  feature the most prominently.

Dont sell! 

Heres the dont sell list for this week due to a good home fixture

1.  Fulham v Villa

2.  Swansea v Wigan

3.  Man U v Stoke

4.  West Ham v Southampton

5.  Liverpool v Reading


7 thoughts on “Fantasy premier league – Fixture ease schedule – game week 8”

  1. Well Norwich city vs Arsenal is also a good fixture where you can bet on captaining Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla or Lukas Podolski or Olivier Giroud in gameweek 8.

    • Agreed on current form. Only question is that apart from Liverpool Norwich have only conceded 2 goals in 3 games at home.


  2. I’m actually not understand at all about the table above.
    How was it function.?
    Please explain it to me. Thank U.

    • Hi amad I rank the teams in order of which teams has the easiest fixtures over the next 6 game weeks. I start at game week 8 and then do the same exercise for game week 9,10 and 11.

      everton have the easiest 6 games QPR Liverpool Fulham Sunderland Reading and Norwich

      chelsea have the hardest Spurs man u swansea LIverpool WBA Man City

      the premise being that you have an advantage pick players from teams with an easy schedule

      Hope that helps cheers

  3. I don’t get this surely if west ham have. Rating of 1 in all three columns then they should top the table? What do the numbers in the columns actually mean?

    • Hi matt, sorry if its confusing. The first column with the team name on it represents my ranking of how easy their next fixtures are from game week 8 onwards. Everton have the easiest 6 fixtures from game week 8 onwards Stoke the 2nd best. the next column is the ranking of their next 6 fixtures from game week 9 onwards etc. Hope that helps

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