Fantasy Football – Week 2

Fantasy Football Tips for Week 2.

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ToKnowTheGame has compiled the best fantasy articles from across the web to help you choose your team for the second week of the premiership.

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First up is the watch list from the Fantasy Scout. The Watchlist is a ranking of players who are valuable fantasy players for the next 3-4 weeks. Players are selected based on form, fixtures, injuries, club moral and others.

See the Watchlist (its only been 1 week so not much can be gauged so soon) starting from Week 2.

Fantasy Football also takes a look at the fixture list to choose sides that have an easy schedule of games. For eg. Both Tottenham and Swansea play 5 home matches in the next 7.

While teams such as QPR and Liverpool face a number of top teams in the upcoming weeks.

For a detailed look at the fixtures read “Frisking the Fixtures

A good suggestion from Never Captain Nicky Butt – be vary of playing time of Adebayor at Spurs as he has not has much of a pre-season and may not be match-fit. Defoe and him should rotate for a few matches. More tips at the NCNB website.

UPDATE: NCNB now has his gameweek 2 preview finalized.

His best team for GW 2:

GK: De Gea

D: O’Shea – Vertonghen – Ivanovic

M: Michu – Bale – Hazard – Cazorla – McClean

F: Rooney – Bent

Subs: Mignolet – Graham – Clyne – Baker

For more visit Never Captain Nicky Butt

A detailed analysis  from the website of the original fantasy game for game week 2 with some good suggestions. I will be looking to pick up Ricket Lambert (Southampton) in my team for the injured Aguero.

Never Manage Alone has gone for picks based on the yahoo game where more than one pick is allowed. However it still has some valuable recommendations that can help you in your selection for the second week of the fantasy premier league game.

Good Luck!

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