Here’s my fantasy premier league imaginary wildcard team for gameweek 10. Its a team for the future as if I was using my wildcard, not just GW10
I’ve dovetailed it in with my “ones to watch” articles so you can see the stats while viewing the team. Obviously when doing a wildcard team you can take a few more chances and in order to make the numbers up you add in players that you may have classified as hold in case you were wondering.
I’ve gone for a fairly well balanced team with players who can score goals to take advantage of the bonus system. Some of the prices are my teams prices so are lower than the buy cost by the way
Here’s the “ones to watch” for forwards on the Barclays fantasy premier league in a buy hold sell format for GW10. This will give the best forward players at a variety of price ranges
Here’s the GW10 “ones to watch” for Midfielders on the Barclays fantasy premier league in the buy hold or sell format for GW10. This will give the best midfield players at a variety of price ranges using a range of stats to make my case
Here’s the “ones to watch” for GKs and defenders on the Barclays fantasy premier league format for GW10. This will give the best GKs and defensive players at a variety of price ranges. I’ll also be categorising players as BUY HOLD or SELL from last weeks article.
Below I’ve ranked the best defences and then put what I think is the with the best defenders in Barclays fantasy premier league, Sky Sports Fantasy Football and Telegraph Fantasy Football.
Here’s my view on the fantasy premier league GW9 top point scorers. I’ve put them as a fantasy premier league team ie 2-5-5-3.
Here’s the early fantasy premier league bandwagons and sinking ships ie the most transferred in and out players, so far in the gameweek and my view of them. A little briefer than usual due to time pressure
Here’s the fantasy premier league analysis for Saturday part 1 with analysis of Man Utd v Stoke, Crystal Palace v Arsenal and Liverpool v WBA. I’m concentrating on line up issues and player analysis