Well after alot of agonising I’ve made my Sun Dream Team transfer window 4 transfers. Here they are with the full team
Here’s the final few questions for Sun Dream Team
Here’s a few more questions from readers comments on Sun Dream Team which I’ll respond to in the form of a 2nd article so everyone can get some food for thought.
Here’s a few questions from readers comments on Sun Dream Team which I’ll respond to in the form of an article so everyone can get some food for thought.
Here’s my view of the best picks for transfer window 4 which opens in Sun Dream Team. I’m currently 17,703 overall out of the estimated 1 million Sun Dream Team managers.
Here’s my rating of the Sun Dream Team defenders in the best defences based on an underlying stats analysis for the 15 games up to and including last weekend. I’ve put the best Sun Dream Team defenders name for each team with an emphasis on value, but also game time security and attacking potential. There will be more explanation in my best Sun Dream team picks but this is an easy reference
In this article we attempt to see any pattern in the Sun Dream Team star man awards to date to see if it can influence our decisions for transfer window 4
Here’s the table showing all those players to date who have won more than 5 Sun Dream Team star man awards
The Sun Dream Team competition is one of the few that covers all the competitions including both European competitions and the Fa and Capital One cups. Therefore picking players in Sun Dream Team that play in teams that play more games is a crucial especially with the man of the match and ratings system mean games literally mean points. From the last transfer window the importance of these competitions has dwindled with the Capital One Cup completed, the FA Cup nearly at the semis, no premier league team in the Champions league and the Europa League at the quarters. The good news though is that as we get to the sharp end of the competitions rotation will drop as those clubs will be desperate to win. The reduction in additional fixtures from the cup competitions means that picking teams with good fixtures is crucial in the run in after the 4th transfer window closes. Below I’ve looked at all the fixtures between now and the end of the season and ranked the teams by the ease/number of fixtures they play. The team at the top has the easiest/most fixtures and the team at the bottom has the less/most difficult fixtures. Remember there is a trade off between number of fixtures and ease so the teams with the most aren’t necessarily at the top. Its not the only basis for checking players but it should give you some food for thought if you’re making a decision on who to transfer in.
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