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Kelechi Iheanacho of Manchester City takes the ball past Jakob Haugaard of Stoke City to score his second and his sides fourth goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Stoke City at Etihad Stadium on April 23, 2016 in Manchester, United Kingdom.

Tom Fenley’s Gameweek 36 FPL Fixture Breakdown

Tom Fenley’s Gameweek 36 FPL Fixture Breakdown

Former FPL Champion and PlayON pro Tom Fenley breaks down three key fixtures from Gameweek 36 of the Barclay’s Premier League and tips the players he expects to shine this weekend. Swansea v Liverpool 12:00 Francesco Guidolin must find a way to increase his player’s focus after back-to-back losses where they conceded seven goals while

Gameweek 18: Fixture Breakdown

Our PlayON Pro and 2014 Fantasy Premier League champion Tom Fenley focuses on three stand-out fixtures ahead Boxing Day and picks out some key players to consider for your FPL and PlayON squads.   Sat 26 Dec 2015 – Premier League Man City v Sunderland 15:00     City’s defeat at the Emirates was a fifth

20 Teams 20 Players: The best fantasy options from each team for Gameweek 17

20 Teams: 20 Players looks at the best fantasy football option from each team, each week. From the must starts to the best of a bad bunch, here are this week’s picks for Gameweek 17 of the 2015/16 season.   Arsenal  (Manchester City H) Mesut Ozil: With 13 assists already Ozil is on pace to shatter Thierry

The Hitlist: Gameweek 16 Injury and Suspension Round Up

Daily Fantasy Focus gives you the lowdown on suspension, illness and injury in the Premier League. It’s time for the Hitlist from Gameweek 16.    Arsenal Next Up: Aston Villa (A) Arsenal’s casualty list is largely unchanged from last week with all of their long term absentees still spending the majority of their time in the treatment room.

Monday Manager: Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 18 Talking Points

Every Monday, we review some of the key talking points from the previous round of Premier League action.    Palace and Bolasie Back On Track Alan Pardew and Crystal Palace’s meteoric form in the latter half of 2014/15 was one of the most exciting subplots of the league campaign – as long as you weren’t a Liverpool fan.

Premier League Fixture Breakdown: Sunday Gameweek 14

Our PlayON Pro and Official Fantasy Premier League Champion 2013/2014 – Tom Fenley – is back and giving his expert analysis of each fixture ahead of Premier League Gameweek 14.   Sun 29 Nov 2015 – Premier League Tottenham v Chelsea 12:00 The long round-trip for the Thursday night clash with FK Qurabag was one

Second Time’s the Charm for Everton’s Deulofeu

The ex-Barca starlet is fast becoming an integral part in Everton’s surge up the Premier League table. Can he now add value to your fantasy line-up? Name: Gerard Deulofeu Position: Midfielder Fantasy Price: £7.4m (PlayON), £6.3m (FPL) Appearances: 11 Goals: 1 Assists: 5 Sell a club a wonderkid, feed them for a year. Activate a sneaky £6m euro buy-back clause

Premier League Gameweek 13: Champs And Chumps

PlayON and Daily Fantasy Focus analyse the big hitters and wide misses of the weekend’s Premier League action.   Champs:     Ross Barkley (Everton) PlayON Price: 9.1m GW 13 Points: 3,520 Even with a change up in the perma-hot manager seat at Villa Park, the club’s chronic downward spiral shows no signs of stopping – and Ross Barkley

Analyst V Pundit: Form and International Relations

Ahead of Premier League Gameweek 13, the Analyst and Pundit hash out the impact of international form on club performance. Does one hand wash the other?   The Analyst: That’s it. Finished. Concluded. Wrapped up. Euro 2016 qualification is done and dusted and aside from those pesky pre-tournament friendlies that crop up around March, Premier League managers are free to get

The Disappointments of 2015/16

Now a third of the way into the season, the Premier League hierarchy is starting to take shape and the outstanding individuals have come to the fore. So too have the failures – and we’ve gone through the trouble of listing them.   Here’s our shortlist of the biggest let downs of 2015/16 (so far).     5. Gylfi