Here’s our fantasy premier league GW1 team selection article 21/22 with the updated draft for the FFGeek team. There are a number of changes from the original draft after a mad last weekend of preseason games. I go through the changes player by player and highlight those players still in doubt
Fantasy Premier League GW1 Team Selection – The FFGeek Team Updated
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Here’s my latest draft of the FFGeek team after a fairly eventual weekend of preseason games Robertson, Buendia, Watkins injured and a Toney knock. Iheanacho doesn’t start v Leicester, City put out a largely reserve side in the Comm Shield, Everton look awful v Man Utd and at the end of last week Ings goes to Villa.
After that my draft has changed significantly. I go through each player that has changed since the last draft and the reasoning why and also highlight other players that are still in the unsure category for the team as well as some other players I’m still considering
I also outline what I plan to do for the potential Kane conundrum
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