Fantasy Football

Season 2021/22

Welcome to the next round of our Fantasy Football League...

Welcome Back to a new week in the Fantasy Football season!

Not a lot of goals this weekend, but some very exciting games nonetheless. Tottenham began the weekend top of the table, winning all of their first three league games, however ran out 3-0 losers in the early kick-off on Saturday lunchtime following a Tanganga red card on 58 allowing Palace's new signing, Edouard, two goals after he made his debut from the bench. Ronaldo announced his return with a brace to help Man United finish the weekend top of the table and remain unbeaten in the first four games, however only on goal difference ahead of Chelsea and Liverpool, both of whom continued their unbeaten start to the season with 3-0 victories a piece. Arsenal finally managed to break their duck with a 1-0 win over Norwich who have now lost all their first four games, can they lift themselves off the bottom with a win at home to Watford next week?

We welcome the return of European football this week, with Chelsea, Man United, Liverpool and Man City all in action in the Champions League on Tuesday and Wednesday, while Leicester City and West Ham are in action on Thursday in the Europa League and Tottenham also play Thursday night in the Europa Conference League.

We have had some very good scores so far this season, however it's all still to play for with a large proportion of the season to play.

The highest scoring teams this week:

1st. Matt Smith (Part Time United) - 57 Points

2nd. Dave Pennock (Kings o North) & Kenny Hirst-Sewell (ALAW) - 55 Points

3rd. Danielle Dunne (Radleys Rovers) & Andy Dickson (An artic and crane please) - 54 Points

The highest scoring players this week:

1st. Gallagher - 24 points

2nd. Lukaku & Ronaldo - 18 points

3rd. Zaha - 14 points

Company Cup:

1st. Willmott Dixon - 80 points

2nd. Vistry Western- 57.2 points

3rd. Bloor Homes Head Office - 41.75 points

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