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 Posted by John Culea
8 hours ago

Fantasy follow-up: Week Four

Two goals and an assist made Southampton's Graziano Pelle a fantasy steal.
Two goals and an assist made Southampton's Graziano Pelle a fantasy steal.

Outstanding performances

Diego Costa, Chelsea (9.7)
All fitness doubts were answered three times with a hat trick against Swansea. He is the leading fantasy point producer and has seven goals in four matches.

Graziano Pelle, Southampton (6.0)
Slipping under the fantasy radar, his brace and assist give him 26 fantasy points, runner-up only to Costa.

Jack Wilshere, Arsenal (6.5)
A goal and assist against Manchester City, his first multiple fantasy points of the season.

Angel di Maria, Manchester...

ESPN FC Posted by Dale Johnson
3 days ago

Fantasy Focus: New faces in the Premier League game

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down the best potential forwards and midfielders in the market.

Fantasy managers seldom embrace the great unknown. It's why at the start of the season the bargain players from the previous season always lead the transfer market, whether or not there is hard evidence they will produce that same form.

- It's not too late: Sign up for Premier League fantasy

And that's exactly why deadline-day signings rarely attract huge moves in the market. With transfers at a premium the default is often "better the devil you know" rather than throw yourself in with one of the...

 Posted by John Culea
4 days ago

Fantasy preview: Week 4

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down the best potential forwards and midfielders in the market.

Premier League play resumes with 10 games over three days. The one chance to check announced lineups before the week locks will be Arsenal-Manchester City.

Saturday, Sept. 13

Arsenal (1-2-0) vs. Manchester City (2-0-1)

The week's marquee game has the Gunners, minus injured Olivier Giroud (8.9), coming off a draw with Leicester hosting a City team that lost at home to Stoke. Arsenal has won 19 straight home EPL games. Alexis Sanchez (8.9) got his first EPL goal. New addition Danny Welbeck (6.3),...

 Posted by John Culea
Aug 31, 2014

Fantasy follow-up: Week Three

Diego Costa has continued his brilliant start at Chelsea with two goals against Everton.

Outstanding performances

Diego Costa, Chelsea (9.5) Did Costa have a miraculous injury recovery, or were doubts about his fitness managerial gamesmanship? Whatever the case, Costa's two goals give him four for the season.

Nathan Dyer, Swansea (6.2) The midfielder had a brace and has three goals in as many games.

Ramires, Chelsea (6.2) Scored a goal and an assist in the Chelsea battle royale at Goodison Park.

Andreas Weimann, Aston Villa (6.4) Recorded a goal (his second of the season) and an...

ESPN FC Posted by Dale Johnson
Aug 29, 2014

Fantasy Focus: The price of success

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down the key fantasy players to acquire ahead of this week's matches, with the primary focus being goal-scoring threats.

Saturday saw the first value fluctuations of the season, and as they are a vital aspect of success in the fantasy game, it's important to understand how and when such changes are applied -- and how to truly profit from them.

- It's not too late: Sign up for Premier League fantasy
- Culea: Fantasy Preview - Gameweek 3

Individual price drops are not, in isolation, a bad thing for your team. Few managers can expect to go the whole season without suffering the odd sending off or own goal, which would...

 Posted by John Culea
Aug 28, 2014

Fantasy Preview: Gameweek 3

Manchester City's Sergio Aguero has collected two goals in two games.
Manchester City's Sergio Aguero has collected two goals in two games.

There will be 10 games over the weekend before a two-week break. Fantasy managers have one game to check announced lineups before the week locks: Burnley hosting Manchester United. Fantasy values are in parentheses.

Saturday, Aug. 30

Burnley (0-0-2) vs. Manchester United (0-1-1)

Bottom-of-the-table Burnley get no relief in the schedule and will fall deeper in the drop zone.

Manchester United was mortified in Capital One Cup play by MK Dons, losing 4-0. The Red Devils should unleash their fury...