With the fixture congestion really starting to pile up, rotation becomes yet another risk this season. Still, at least you don’t have to worry too much about Salah.
With games in literally just a few hours, we go over the biggest takeaways from the weekend and perhaps the most unsurprising picks that you should be sticking with.
It’s the return of the… oh wait, no way, this guy’s not back again, is he? But Tony Pulis said nothing ya idiots, cuz Tony Pulis is … sacked. Guess who’s back? Yup. It’s happened again.
Post-Thanksgiving, it’s a bit more of a holiday thanks to all the footy we can bare witness to! Some brief talk of the power shift, the sheer ridiculousness of Man City’s current form, and Will Hughes.
Now that the (actual) final interlull is over with, we can concentrate on our regular footy — despite, of course, all the implications from the aforementioned international games. Everton actually won a game, the top 6 settled some disputes, and… Continue Reading
With a plethora of interesting results to draw speculation, the gang dives into Gameweek 9. Liverpool’s woes, United’s stumble, Spurs and City on a hot streak, Arsenal and Chelsea back to winning ways — oh and Koeman is gone, baby,… Continue Reading
Following an international break, there are actually some pretty average results with some incredibly compelling ones (that we aren’t too happy about, I might add). What is this newfound confidence of Palace? Are Watford 4th material? Plus a bunch of… Continue Reading
With the final interlull out of the way, we can get back to concentrating on the most important bits: Our underachieving favorites. Unfortunately, the international games have plunged some clubs and players into disarray. That means the most important question… Continue Reading
This week, the gang gets rated. Mostly, though, there’s discussion of which strikers are worth your while given the top teams have us spoilt for choice. Another international break is just around the corner, so prepare yourselves for the lull… Continue Reading
The European hangover is evident in a slew of Gameweek 5 draws, but there are no signs of slowing down for the Manchester clubs as they look primed for the two-horse race for the league. Elsewhere, Palace are still winless…… Continue Reading