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Friday, March 12, 2010

Post-Match Analysis: Gameweek 29

What a week for Arteta!

Fantasy Scoresheet
Results of my score predictions. Correct Results are bolded.

Score [Prediction]
ARS 3-1 BUR [5-0]
WHU 1-2 BOL [2-1]
WOL 0-1 MNU [1-3]
EVE 5-1 HUL [3-0]
WIG 1-0 LIV [0-2]
POR 1-2 BIR [1-1]
SUN 4-0 BOL [1-1]
BUR 1-1 STO [1-0]

0 Perfect Score(s).
0 Correct Goal Difference(s).
3 Correct Outcome(s).
5 Incorrect Outcome(s).

Verdict: Disappointing.

Fantasy Commentary
Summary of interesting matches this gameweek.

All Games

Arsenal played a tough game to win Burnley 3-1, with Fabregas having minor injury during the game, while Ferguson's plan to rest Rooney was a success after a narrow win against Wolves.

Arteta made him a perfect day after his five star performance demolished Hull City 5-1. Meanwhile, Everton's derby rival Liverpool has their Champions League hopes greatly dented after a surprising defeat to Wigan.

Darren Bent was the man of Tuesday after scoring three goals passing through Bolton.

The king of Everton.

Fantasy Report Card
Results of my fantasy line-ups.

Gw 28's One-Gamer

Francesc Fabregas - 6 pts
The expected top gun of the gameweek was unfortunately injured during the middle of the game.

The Five-Gamers

Ryan Nelsen (Gw24-28)
Final Score: 7 pts, 2.33 pts per game
Nothing to say.

Liam Ridgewell (Gw26-30) - 9 pts*
A victory without clean sheet.

Francesc Fabregas (Gw27-31) - 32 pts*
His marvel was blocked by an injury.

Emiliano Insua (Gw28-32) - 2 pts*
A bad day for Liverpool.

Nicklas Bendtner (Gw29-33) - 5 pts*
He's fantastic.


Gw 29's Dream Team


Evra[6]- Vermaelen[2] - Insua[1]

Valencia[3] - Lee[8] - Fabregas(C)[12] - Pienaar[7] - Rodwell[6]

Bendtner[5] - Torres[1]

Substitutes (unused in order): Jensen[4] - Distin[2] - Bikey[1] - Rooney[x]

My Captain: Kuyt

Final Score: 54
Best Possible Score: 62

Starting 11 Value: £88.6m
Total Value: £105.5m

Verdict: Awful score to price ratio.

Fantasy Times
The latest football news to enrich your day.

Champions League: England's Dominance

Arsenal and Manchester United both shown England is still the major force of European football after demolishing Porto 5-0 and AC Milan 4-0 respectively.

Playing at Emirates Stadium, Arsenal was too strong for Porto to defend, which allowed Bendtner to complete his first hat-trick of his professional career and Nasri to complete a world class goal dribbling pass three defenders before an accurate narrow angle shot.

A day after at Old Trafford more than 70,000 of fans witnessed the complete breakdown of AC Milan in front of them. Wayne Rooney scored the first two and showed again his importance to Manchester United, with Park and Fletcher added the other two. The result eventually left Beckham who only got into the pitch at 64th minute with nothing but misery.

On the same matchday we have also seen the multibillion Real Madrid got knocked out by French giant Lyon. How sarcastic.

You can temporarily forget King Fab with him around.

Europa Cup: England's Misery

On the contrary of Arsenal and Manchester United, Liverpool and Fulham have both lost their first leg of Europa Cup.

LOSC Lille defeated the Reds at home through a lucky goal by Eden Hazard, while Juventus crushed Fulham in a classy way.

No longer the captain marvel we all know.

Fantasy Awards
A list of credits (embarrassments) to players.

Fantasy Top-Gun Award
Mikel Arteta - 18 pts
A very delighting performance.

Fantasy Big Bang Award
Darren Bent
Storm after the silence?

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