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featurefootballa month ago

Fantasy Premier League 2020/21 – Five players to lookout for ahead of Gameweek 7

After the highs of the Gameweek 5 where nearly everyone brought in the big bucks, Gameweek 6 knocked us back to earth with an average of just 48 points. It seems things didn’t go well for many many many managers although, with a decent set of fixtures, the hope is that it changes this week.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Fantasy Premier League 2020/21 – How to replace Liverpool’s dynamic full-back duo?

After a two week vacation, the FPL was back with a bang as ‘most’ of the premium superstars delivered with managers racking up a season-high average of 60. But then Virgil van Dijk gets injured and the Reds’ steady back-line doesn’t look so steady anymore, especially with Alisson also out.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Fantasy Premier League 2020/21 – Who’s hot, who’s cold and who to stay away from

Two weeks of an international break gives the world a lot of time to settle down and digest the fact that two of England’s biggest sides were thrashed by a combined 13-3 scoreline. For FPL managers, though, the break has added to their problems with injuries, COVID-19 positive tests and more.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball2 months ago

Fantasy Premier League 2020/21 – How to survive without Sadio 'Mr Reliable' Mane

With the first international break around the corner, it’s perhaps the moment to avoid rash decisions, but then Sadio Mane tests positive for COVID-19. Liverpool confirmed the news and that means he will self-isolate for ten days, missing the next game, so how do you replace one of FPL’s best?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball2 months ago

Manchester United and Liverpool are dreaming of space but they need to touch the ground first

No matter what the clubs across the world say, few wouldn’t have signed him. Ignore the fact that the deal would have placed many clubs in a financial blackhole that would have taken them years and maybe even decades to get out of, for a few, but few would have said no, if afforded the chance.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball2 months ago

2020/21 Premier League Previews | Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp and their attempts to dominate England

The 2020/21 Premier League season is around the corner and for Liverpool, this season could mean something transformative in reference to their history. The Reds stormed to the 2019/20 Premier League title but now comes the real challenge, doing the double and doing it with more
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball2 months ago

Fantasy Premier League 2020/21 – Captains and not picks will transform Gameweek 1

The night before the 2020/21 Premier League season kicks off and it’s shaping up to be a chaotic start to the new FPL year with only sixteen teams in action. The game still goes on, the world still turns around one day at a time and managers around the world still need to pick a captain.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball4 months ago

Sportscafe Awards | The 2019/20 Premier League season’s end of season awards

352 days after the 2019/20 Premier League started, it’s finally over and it’s been one hell of a rollercoaster ride. There’s been a few mundane things, a few insane performances, more than a thousand plus goals scored and even more saved, so without further ado here’s the end of season awards.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball4 months ago

Rumours of a power shift in North London are non-existent with their best in disarray

Two weeks after a North London derby, the season is over and the final positions have been locked into the history books. St Totteringham's day will not be celebrated for a third consecutive season which has somehow sent fans of two North London sides into an emotional frenzy but does it matter?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball4 months ago

Chelsea and Manchester United are making moves that will tear the 'Big Six' apart

Liverpool have finally lifted their title but the question on everybody’s mind, weeks later, is what next for the league? Liverpool and Manchester City have created their teams for the future, Chelsea and Manchester United are in the stages of a long-term rebuild and the rest lag behind.
Siddhant Lazar