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Fantasy Preview: Week 13

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 By John Culea
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Fantasy Preview: Week 13

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson explains the importance of a well balanced bench ahead of a long fantasy Premier League season.

Ten games over two days begin the December run of matches. Who's in and who's out? Let's take a look ...

Saturday, November 29

West Brom (3-4-5) vs. Arsenal (4-5-3)

The Baggies' leading scorer Saido Berahino (7.1) has not scored in his past three having scored five in four previously while Claudio Yacob (4.4) is suspended. Jack Wilshere (5.9) and Mikel Arteta (6.3) are out injured. Olivier Giroud (8.9) has regained his fitness and is needed since Danny Welbeck (6.7) has failed to find the net in...

 By James Dall
about an hour ago

Manchester City have cause to fear Ronald Koeman's Southampton

Premier League Spotlight previews the weekend's top-flight fixtures, highlighting the key points to keep an eye on as the action unfolds.

Weekend fixtures

Saturday
West Brom vs. Arsenal
Burnley vs. Aston Villa
Liverpool vs. Stoke
Man Utd vs. Hull
QPR vs. Leicester
Swansea vs. Crystal Palace
West Ham vs. Newcastle
Sunderland vs. Chelsea

Sunday
Southampton vs. Man City
Tottenham vs. Everton

Weekend battle: Southampton vs. Manchester City

Southampton's form has been alarmingly excellent this season, and yet it's predicted it won't be long before matters turn sour, of which the only benefit would be for the patronisation to cease. This alleged impending doom is because the Saints' next three fixtures read: Manchester City (h), Arsenal (a) and Manchester...

 By Sid Lowe
about an hour ago

Rayo Vallecano demonstrate why they're different from the rest

La Liga club Rayo Vallecano step in to re-house 85-year-old local woman evicted from her suburban Madrid home.

At the end of Rayo Vallecano's home game against Celta de Vigo last weekend, fans gave their players a huge ovation as they headed off the field and into the cramped dressing room under the stand at the one end of the Estadio Vallecas that actually is an end, not just a wall. "Poor but proud," a familiar banner declared. "The pride of a neighbourhood," ran another. Round the three sides of the ground, boxed in by blocks of flats, supporters stood and applauded.

As they left, a TV reporter was waiting...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson
about an hour ago

Premier League fantasy: Time to get off the Southampton gravy train?

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson explains the importance of a well balanced bench ahead of a long fantasy Premier League season.

If you haven't been making hay while the fantasy sun shines on Southampton players this season, then it's unlikely your team has been pulling up too many trees.

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

But all good things must come to an end, and now might well be the time to cash in your chips on the Saints stars who have risen in value.

After a series of very favourable fixtures, Saints now enter a testing run. And with selling at the top of the market being a core tactic for fantasy...

7 hours ago

Excitement mounts, questions remain 50 days before African Nations' Cup

The ESPN FC crew discuss the last of the teams to qualify for the African Nations Cup tournament which will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea in January.

In 50 days' time, "Marhaba", the official ball of the 2015 African Nations' Cup, will be kicked for the first time.

She was due to be saying "welcome" (which is what her name means) to Morocco but will instead be greeting footballers in Equatorial Guinea, where the 30th edition of the tournament will take place and she won't be the only thing that's new about the competition.

Although none of the 16 teams in contention will be making maiden appearances at the competition and the host nation will...

7 hours ago

Professional display sees Everton clinch Europa League progress

Everton are through to the Europa League knockout rounds as Group H winners with one game to spare after pulling off a fine 2-0 away victory over Wolfsburg.

Everton can put on their Europa League slippers, having confirmed top spot in Group H thanks to a 2-0 win at Wolfsburg. Overcoming a tough group with a game to spare is testament to Roberto Martinez and his players, especially as the Blues were only seeded third in the group.

Wolfsburg, meanwhile, will be glad to see the back of those in royal blue. One goal from 65 attempts over the course of the home and away meetings is enough to send anyone into despair and the German side will wonder how they...