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Monday, February 1, 2010

Post-Match Analysis: Gameweek 24

What a devilish day on Sunday as Nani killed the gunners!

Fantasy Scoresheet
Results of my score prediction.

Final Score [Prediction]
*Correct Outcomes Are Bolded.
BIR 1-1 TOT [1-0]
FUL 0-2 AST [0-1]
HUL 2-2 WOL [3-2]
LIV 2-0 BOL [1-0]
WHU 0-0 BLA [2-1]
WIG 0-1 EVE [1-2]
BUR 1-2 CHE [0-2]
MANC 2-0 POR [4-1]
ARS 1-3 MANU [1-1]
SUN 0-0 STO [0-0]
HUL 1-1 CHE [0-3]
FUL 1-0 POR [2-1]

1 Perfect Result(s)
2 Correct Goal Difference(s)
4 Correct Outcome(s)
5 Incorrect Outcome(s)

Fantasy Commentary
My view towards matches played this week.

Arsenal 1-3 Manchester United

A day full of catastrophe for the gunners as United crushed them and their title hopes with a stylish 3-1 victory over them.

Over the course, Nani was the man with total threat to the side led by Fabregas and this proved to be fatal when faulty Almunia blocked Nani's cross only to know that he's actually tipping the goal into the net to give the away side the lead.

Ever since then the game looked much difficult for Arsenal and once again Nani ran and supplied a beautiful pass to sprinting Rooney to double the lead.

And the next thing you saw was of course another counter attack by United with Park Ji Sung making it 3-0. Vermaelen made a cool shot outside of the penalty box to give his side a consolation, but that doesn't change the fact that they lost the game and are barely on the hunt for title now.

Ferguson must be so happy now given that he had sent one of his title rivals out of the title race while seeing another losing two points on the next Tuesday. The road for title looks much more flatter for the Manchester side now.

Unlucky gunners to meet the on fire Nani.

Fantasy Report Card
Results of my fantasy line-ups.

GW24's One-Gamer
The highly expected top achiever of the gameweek.

Frank Lampard (7 pts)
Not the type of return I'd expected.


Bobby Zamora (GW20-24)
Final Score: 12 pts
Points per Game: 2.4 pts
Form totally destructed due to injury.

Fernando Torres (GW21-25) [0 pts - provisional]

Carlos Tevez (GW22-26) [8 pts - provisional]
No goals this week.

Charles N'Zogbia (GW23-27) [6 pts - provisional]
2 points of bonus. Not bad.

Didier Drogba (GW24-28) [5 pts - provisional]
A strong return.

GW24's Best Line-Up
My preferred squad of the week.


Ivanovic(3) --- Kyrgiakos(8) --- Hangeland(8)

Duff(7) --- Hunt(12) --- Lampard(C)(14) --- Petrov(6)

Drogba(5) --- Zamora(4) --- Tevez(3)

---Subs (in order): Sorensen(8), Dunne(8), Insua(9), Pienaar(2)---

Captain: Lampard
Final Score: 77
Best Possible Score: 89
Team Value: £103.4m
Starting XI Value: £79.7m

Verdict: Good score. An even better bench score.

Fantasy Times
The latest premier league news to enrich your day.

Bye Robbie Keane

The biggest flop in Benitez's era Robbie Keane had left the high intensity premier league to find back his momentum to score.

The 30-year-old Irish had just joined Celtic on loan recently as he couldn't find his starting place anymore having to bench behind Jermaine Defoe and Peter Crouch.

Unfortunately, his debut for Celtic against Kilmarnock saw him wasted thousands of chances to lost the game. What a pity.

A loaned captain...

Fantasy Awards
Some rewards and punishments to players who performed and did not perform this week.

Fantasy Top-Gun Award

Gabriel Agbonlahor (13 pts)
What a surprise.

Fantasy Hero Award

Luis Nani (10 pts)
The main reason for the slaying of gunners.

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