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Key Fixture Gameweek 10: Sunderland v Newcastle

Key Fixture Gameweek 10: Sunderland v Newcastle

As Sunderland and Newcastle lock horns this Sunday, PlayON Daily Fantasy Focus provides you with the in-depth insight and analysis to gain maximum fantasy value from this fixture.    The Teams: Can Newcastle buck the historical trend of results, or will Sunderland overcome their own troubles and secure that first win of the season? Here are some of our key

Steven Naismith of Everton celebrates after scoring the first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Aston Villa at Goodison Park on February 1, 2014 in Liverpool England.

Gameweek 35 Key Fixture: Aston Villa v Everon

Analysis of one of the key Premier League fixtures from Gameweek 35. With Everton’s defence suddenly unbreakable, and Christian Benteke in otherworldly form, this looks to be the game that could have the biggest impact on fantasy football players. It’s been a trying season for both of these clubs, but we’re now seeing the potential

Gameweek 32 Key Fixture: Manchester United v Manchester City

Analysis of this Sunday’s Manchester derby. With both sides separated by just a single point a victory for either side could be crucial in determining who finishes higher in the Premier League table. For a period of time, however brief, it seemed as though the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson had finally allowed Manchester United’s

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Gameweek 29 Key Fixture: Chelsea v Southampton

Analysis of this Sunday’s key Premier League clash between Chelsea and Southampton. Both sides need a victory in order to keep their season’s on track as we head into the final ten games of the season.  Chelsea and Southampton meet in the first installment of this weekend’s barnstorming Super Sunday doubleheader and neither side will

Rio Ferdinand of QPR is closed down by Christian Eriksen of Spurs during the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers at White Hart Lane on August 24, 2014 in London, England.

Fixture Preview: QPR v Tottenham

QPR v Tottenham The Analyst takes a look at Saturday’s fixture between QPR and Tottenham. This is the cancelled fixture from Gameweek 27. This London derby marks the second game of the week for both sides, due to Spurs’ League Cup final appearance against Chelsea. While legs and minds might be weary this game is

David Silva of Manchester City competes with Philippe Coutinho of Liverpool during the Barclays Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester City

Gameweek 27 Key Fixture: Liverpool v Man City

Liverpool v Manchester City The Analyst looks at the key fixture between the Premier League’s two form sides, Liverpool and Manchester City.  Last year, this fixture was being billed as the title decider, and it may well have been were it not for Steven Gerrard’s infamous slip. This time around, things are a little different. Both

Gameweek 26 Key Fixture: Southampton v Liverpool

This week, the Analyst examines a potential battle for fourth place, as Southampton host Liverpool in Gameweek 26. When these two sides met on the first day of the season, many envisioned a year of hardship and transition for Southampton. The Saints lost 2-1 that day, to opponents cherry-picked from their own ranks– Dejan Lovren

Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger looks on prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Stoke City and Arsenal at the Britannia Stadium on December 6, 2014 in Stoke on Trent, England.

Gameweek 24 Key Fixture: Tottenham v Arsenal

Tottenham v Arsenal This week, The Analyst takes an in-depth look at the movers and shakers of the upcoming North London derby. The North London derby: when a dynamic force meets an irresistible object – sparks fly. Over the years, this mostly bi-annual rivalry has seen reels upon reels of the sublime, ridiculous and outrageous.

Gameweek 23 Key Fixture: Chelsea v Manchester City

A potential league decider gets underway at Stamford Bridge this Saturday, as leaders Chelsea host the defending champions Manchester City. The Analyst takes a look at how this clash could play out in the PlayON stakes. Not so much the new money of English football any longer, but the established powers that be – Chelsea