Telegraph fantasy football tips – the FFGeek contributors show their teams for TFF’S week 26

Here’s our Telegraph Fantasy football tips article where 4 FFGeek contributors show their teams. All of them finished in the top 1000 and 2 within the top 500 last season.

Telegraph fantasy football tips – the FFGeek contributors show their teams for TFF’S week 26

Bryan O’Rourke

Bryan finished 37th in TFF last season and 7th in 17/18

 Overall rank: 8k

This team continues its upward march now placed 8143 overall. Not many games this weekend and no transfers planned. Till the next time, good luck

you can follow Bryan on twitter here

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Sergio Torija

Sergio finished with an overall rank in the 300’s last season

Gameweek points 93 overall rank 10k

I managed to complete last week with 93 points which is decent and pulled me inside the top 10K. My Liverpool quadruple accounted for 73 of those points, with Chilwell and Barnes adding a couple of good goals. However the week ended up with the disappointment of me missing the deadline for my planned move for Son on the weekend, obviously then I didn’t want to do it neither in midweek, so 14 points gone for now.

Sterling is now injured, but not sure if I will replace him or not. I could just do it for KDB, or go for glory with Aguero home to West Ham. But seems a short term move. Will see what the Man City lineup is first.

That’s it, good luck this long week Geekers!

Sorry no graphic this week


Ben Humphrey

Ben finished with an overall rank of 576 last season

Week points: 80/7 Rank: 7.3k transfers remaining: 14


Slowly, slowly, catchy fantasy monkey.

I have managed to keep my upwards momentum, sneaking up the rankings, and I find myself thanking the fantasy Gods that I brought Salah in when I did. My rank would certainly look a lot worse without him.

It was a magical week in the world of defence, with both my double ups on Liverpool and Sheffield Utd paying off. Long may that continue.

Ings goal in the mid-week FA cup replay was also enough to take me top of my mini league, so I might invite him round for dinner to say thank you.


To be honest, I don’t really have too many thoughts this week.

The plan is still to bring Mane back in when fit, probably for Martial.

I have been seeing a lot of Vardy doubting recently, and I’m not sure I agree. Yes things have gone a bit quiet, but that has spanned a period of some tough fixtures, injury, and a missed penalty that would have gone in 9 times out of 10. This feels like just the kind of situation where you kick him out, only to miss a big chunk of points you will then be made to swallow like a bitter fantasy pill.

I shall also be praying to the previously mentioned fantasy Gods to keep Mr Ings fit, as he embarks on a run of delicious fixtures.

Good luck everyone.

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You can follow Ben on twitter here

Here is a link to his podcast, “Oh My Pod, it’s fantasy football”.

 Stephen Troop

Stephen finished with an OR in the 900’s last season

Weekly Score Overall Rank 6.3k

Week points (last week exc FA cup replays this week) 92. Rank 4.9k

A Decent week where i rose to 4.9k thanks to a pretty decent score. The week started positively with me bringing in Salah for the West Ham game, at the expense of Sterling. After 2 big scores, I decided not to do the swap back on Sunday which worked out well. Firmino also hauled with 3 assists on Saturday and the 2 defenders contributed with 2 clean sheets. Even Mount got in on the action. I thought about a Son swap from Firmino on Sunday but given I couldn’t know whether he would start the replay, it didn’t make too much sense.

No plans for transfers this week. I am worried the affect Aguero will have on my rank in the West Ham game but it makes no sense to waste two transfers to get him in for that one game.

Good luck all

You can follow Stephen on twitter here

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