Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Fantasy Premier League has officially began!

There's still one game to go until the first gameweek of fantasy premier league has been completed, but it is still safe to say that this is going to be an interesting season. Matches have been very even, and 5 out 9 games ended in a draw. Out of those 5, 4 matches ended 0-0.

Game week 2 in fantasy premier league sees many interesting matches too, and here are some tips for you for when making your first tranfers.

Chelsea's first match against Stoke ended 0-0, even though there were a few very good scoring opportunities. Overall it seemed though that the team is ready to improve it's game and when they get their last touches right, Chelsea will score many goals this season. One especially stood out, and that was Fernando Torres. If you already have him in your team, I'd say this gameweek, with a game against West Bromwich, he is really good captain material.

QPR opened it's season quite poorly with a 0-4 defeat against Bolton at home turf. Their season isn't about to get any easier when they go against Everton at Goodison Park. Everton has many players that are very capable of scoring big points. Defender Baines, midfielder Cahill and Striker Saha are all very good picks this GW.

Aston Villas start wasn't too impressive, but now that they play in their home turf, against Blackburn who lost their opening to Wolves, they are bound to improve. Midfielder N'Zogbia has played two very solid season in Fantasy Premier League while in Wigan. So it's very nice to see if he can continue playing as good in Aston Villa. I personally think so, and with a price of £7.5M his one of the hottest transfers this week.



4 comments:

mohd shazwan nabil said...

u have a good team last season.. what about this year..mind to share your lineup?

Johnathon said...

Thanks mate. I'll see if I can get to it this week. :)

mohd shazwan nabil said...

keep up the good work mate. ^__^

Anonymous said...

Hi. I am a new player. Just wanted to ask if there is a weekly blog where experts talk about suggested buy, sell and hold strategies