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August 2017

Set And Forget

Why the alarm bells are ringing for Kevin De Bruyne owners ahead of GW3. Does the Manchester City midfielder warrant his Fantasy Premier League ‘set and forget’ status?

Expect Kane Goals Soon

Expected Goals statistics are very much in vogue. We take a look at how the underlying stats enhance Harry Kane’s claims as we reveal the GW3 armband ratings.

Introducing POANG Fantasy Football

We caught up with Steve Zammit Briffa, COO and Co-Founder of POANG, a fantasy football App that was released earlier this week, to find out a bit more about his company’s plans for this exciting new product.

Away Day Rom

Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku tops the GW2 ‘Armband’ ratings but just how effective is he on the road?

Where Will We See Goals In GW2?

Goal projections for GW2 of the 2017/18 English Premier League season sees Swansea City and Manchester United getting the ball rolling in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off.

A Star-Studded Line-Up

While the Official Fantasy Premier League game will be getting its fair share of attention as the new season gets under way, it’s worth pointing out that there are some other intriguing competitions available to fantasy football managers. Fanto.co.uk is one of them, with £1k up for grabs for the best performing manager over the course of the season.

FPL Countdown – Risk vs Reward

It’s a case of ‘Risk vs Reward’ as the @FFPortal squad for the 2017/18 FPL season is unveiled. Can Iwobi and Gabbiadini get us off to a flying start?

Creating A Level Playing Field

Can Yahoo shake up the Daily Fantasy Sports market in the UK? Yahoo Fantasy Sports set to fill the void as FanDuel withdraw from the UK market.

GW1 Armband Dilemmas

Our GW1 FPL armband ratings includes a look at how some of the Fantasy Premier League’s new signings rank as a potential ‘Captain’ pick.

A Cross Between Daily and Seasonal

It’s refreshing to see a game that tries to combine daily and seasonal. Fanto’s £1k season-long Fantasy Premier League competition ticks the right boxes