Premiership Talking Points

Talking Points For GW15

The Fantasy Football transfer window for game week 15 is now closed. Join me in our virtual Fantasy Football world while we watch the games and hope our points rack up. Sit back, relax, enjoy the football and hang-out here with your fellow Fantasy Football managers and chat in real time as the action unfolds. Perhaps everyone else is experiencing the same “Aggghhhh” player difficulties you are, or the same “Yeahhhh” moment as your captain puts the ball into the back of the net? Talking Points is simply a chat area for us Fantasy Football First managers. Tell us about your highs and lows, and get into the match day atmosphere. Get involved. Continue reading

Premiership Game Score Predictions

Sorting the Score Predictions for GW 13 2016

Matchday 5 of the Champions League is in the books with Leicester, Arsenal and City moving on to the last 16. The Spurs were eliminated and can now direct their efforts to the Premier League.

Manchester United and Southampton are in action today in the Europa League but it is too early to report any results. Monitor the news reports and Manager’s pressers for information on who may have suffered injuries or will be rested this weekend. Continue reading

Fantasy Football Game Review

Tom Heaton – England’s Number One?

Tom Heaton is currently the best goalkeeper on FPL, having racked up fifty points so far this season. Heaton is currently being hailed as one of the top keepers in the division, and his performance at Old Trafford, where United had thirty-seven shots without scoring and Heaton made eleven saves, is being called one of the very best. The brute stats backing up Heaton’s performances so far this season are overwhelming, so I want to just rattle off a few in his defence. Then I will examine the United game to see how far it affects his overall stats. And then I want to look at what I think is a very interesting feature of Heaton’s game, which underlines why he is a top keeper and how he will fare in future weeks as a result of this feature. Continue reading

Fantasy Football Stats

Does the November curse still haunt Arsenal?

Arsenal looks reasonably well set going into this November, currently second in the Premier League only on goal difference and having not lost since the opening day of the season. But historically, November is a bad month for Arsenal. Over the last decade, they’ve played 40 November league games worth a potential 120 points, yet the Gunners have lost 15 of these games picking up just 59 points.

So will it happen again this year? Continue reading

Fantasy Football Game Review

Game Week 4 Fantasy Football Review

Fantasy Football First brings to you a refreshed and new look Game Week Review section to give you the best Fantasy Football advice possible. We give you our view on player and team performances and an overview of the wider mainstream media’s view. We summarise the impact of injuries and suspensions, and we finish with a view of the next three weeks and what it means for our FPL teams. Continue reading

Fantasy Football Game Review

Game Week 3 Fantasy Football Review

Fantasy Football First brings to you a refreshed and new look Game Week Review section to give you the best Fantasy Football advice possible. We take a look at injuries and suspensions, as well as the performances of newly added players through Zaid, whilst Jimbob brings you a recap of what MOTD and the newspapers had to say. FPL Bulldog fetches you the defensive stats you need to know, and runs the rule over the Collins and McAuley bandwagons. Last but not least Wallace and his 3 Week Player Watch section analyses the performances of 3 players with ownership over 30% and 3 players with ownership under 10%. Continue reading

Fantasy Football Game Review

Game Week 2 Fantasy Football Review

Fantasy Football First brings to you a refreshed and new look Game Week Review section to give you the best Fantasy Football advice possible. Leon looks at the changes from the predicted formations and line-ups. We take a look at injuries and suspensions, as well as the performances of newly added players through Zaid, whilst Jimbob brings you a recap of what MOTD and the newspapers had to say. FPL Bulldog fetches you the defensive stats you need to know, and runs the rule over the Collins and McAuley bandwagons. Dutch Delight analyses the attacking stats, focussing on Aguero, Ibra and Costa this week. Last but not least Wallace and his 3 Week Player Watch section analyses the performances of 3 players with ownership over 30% and 3 players with ownership under 10%. Continue reading