Here’s my sky sports fantasy football team for GW3. There were 3 enforced changes with the transfer of VDV, injury to Lucas and Rooney plus an optional one with Torres not playing (although I could have ridden that out.)
Heres my Sky Sports fantasy football team for game week 2. Again just 1 change Aguero for Rooney.
Teams done for 2 formats (Barclays and the Sun Dream Team) done and 3 to go. Heres the full Sky Sports fantasy team with the changes highlighted. its subject to a check near 3pm when the lineups are announced
Regular visitor to the site drunken womble gave me some excellent feedback about the potential for the sky sports fantasy football bonus points regarding passing and tackling (I know Im supposed to be giving the advice! but Im always open to challenge or suggestions about my ideas and this with some research was spot on). So heres my new sky sports fantasy football team complete with radical formation change
Here’s my first draft Sky Sports Fantasy Football team. The advantage of Sky Spors Fantasy Fooball is that you can amend the teams as the lineups go out on Saturday providing the Sky Sports Fantasy Football site remains stable. Hopefully this will give the ability to find value especially in defence. For now the team is:
In this article we will look at all the different formats and look at the game week start time and when is the latest you can make a transfer and how the extra game of Chelsea v Reading is dealt with and the implications. Lets start at the top with the Barclays fantasy premier league which you will all know. All times will be in British time
Here’s the Sky Sports fantasy football version of the 2nd part in a series of articles on the players I rate in Sky Sports fantasy football. I’ve done strikers and now (see link at bottom of page) I’m on to midfielders (or at least part 1 of midfielders).
I’m going to outline in a series of articles the players I rate, beginning with strikers. If you read my article on strategy “23 rules of play ” see link at bottom of article, you know that I believe that the underlying shooting stats are the key to a players success in fantasy premier league whether they be midfield or a striker. Now I’m going to do a piece in each game format this one for Sky Sports Fantasy Football on the players I think you should be considering based on their underlying stats. The articles will be tweaked for each format so only read the format you intend to play to avoid repetition.
So heres the 3rd part on the Sky Sports football potential bargains. Ive put the link at the bottom of the site to the first 2 parts (paste it in to your browser if it doesn’t work as a link)
I’ve repeated the context below of this article for people who havent read the 3 articles in order. Remember these tips can change in their importance as transfers happen. Don’t worry though in the week before the opening game I will review all teams, including potential bargains, so this can be updated