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Friday, April 23, 2010

Pre-Match Analysis: Gameweek 36

A final push for your fantasy season! Keep fighting!



Fantasy Predictor
My predictions for games this gameweek.

MNU VS TOT [2-1]
BOL VS POR [2-0]
HUL VS SUN [1-1]
WHU VS WIG [2-1]
WOL VS BLA [2-0]
ARS VS MNC [2-2]
AST VS BIR [2-1]
BUR VS LIV [1-1]
EVE VS FUL [2-0]
CHE VS STO [1-0]



Fantasy Focus
Analysis of big showdowns this gameweek.

Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur
Prediction: 2-1

Fully armed Tottenham will travel to Old Trafford, aiming to grab full nine points from the three consecutive games with top three.

Gareth Bale had been superb against Arsenal and Chelsea, and with Gary Neville marking him, it won't be too hard for him to complete the hat-trick.

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney is still so quiet since his return from the injury. He has yet to score a goal for Manchester United.

Nonetheless, Tottenham's away form is pathetic and hence I think United should take a narrow win against them...

Will be on high pressure...

Arsenal vs Manchester City
Prediction: 2-2

Adebayor will return to Emirates Stadium to secure a victory which may take them to Champions League.

The Eastlanders have just suffered another last minute defeat to their derby rivals Manchester United, while the Gunners pathetically conceded three goals in the last ten minutes to hand three points to Wigan.

With injuries troubling the home side, City should be able to win easily, but there's too much of uncertainties, with the return of Van Persie and the ridiculous substitutions of Mancini being the keys in deciding the game.

I think for pride, for revenge, for a lesson to Adebayor, Arsenal should be able to defend their homeground...

Ex-captain back to his "new" hometown.



Fantasy Line-Ups
My recommendations to boost your fantasy scores.

Gw 36's One-Gamer
My highly anticipated top pointer of the gameweek.
Tim Cahill - £8.2m
Fulham should be giving up this game and preparing for Europa League's second league.


Gw 36's Dream Team
My favourite squad of the gameweek.

Cech

Baines - Bale - Craddock - G Cahill

T Cahill (C) - A Young - M Taylor - Arteta

Tevez - Rooney

Substitutes (in order): Hahnemann - Parker - Bent - Collins

My Captain: T Cahill
Other Recommended Captains: Arteta
Emergency Captain Strategy: Value

Starting 11 Value: £80.4m
Total Value: £97.9m



Fantasy Times
The latest football news to enrich your day.

UEFA Europa League: Looking Good

Fulham managed to secure a goalless draw away at Hamburg while Liverpool lost 0-1 to Torres' former club Athletico Madrid.

The result is fairly good to Fulham but not quite the same for Liverpool.

While the Cottagers only need a victory at home to get into the final, the Reds will need at least two goals to qualify in 90 minutes. This might be too much without Fernando Torres around.

Can England book both place in Hamburg? Or none of them at all?

Scored the only goal of the first leg.

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