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!

Another high-scoring week this week, plenty of goals scored across most of the weekends fixtures, there were two goalless draws between Burnley and Norwich and Brighton and Arsenal, but the remaining 8 games saw 24 goals between them.

The weekend kicked off with Man United hosting Everton that finished 1-1, mounting the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer with United having a very tough next 8 games. Chelsea managed a 3-1 win against Southampton after 2 late goals from Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell following a Ward-Prowse penalty who was subsequently sent off for a late challenge on Jorginho after 77 minutes. Wolves came out 2-1 winners at home against Newcastle, who have had a poor start to the season with only 3 points from their first 7 games which included games against newly promoted Watford, Aston Villa, Southampton and Leeds so they would have hoped for a better return.

Sunday saw 4 fixtures this week, where Crystal Palace came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 and earn a point, Spurs re-found their winning ways with a 2-1 win against Villa at home, while Brentford managed a 2-1 win away to West Ham with a 94th minute winner from Wissa. The final game of the weekend saw Liverpool host Man City, two of the favourites for the title this season. Man City began the game strongest, dominating the first half and targeting the stand-in right back James Milner who struggled to cope with Man City's attacking flare, however the game was goalless at half time. Liverpool began the second half looking refreshed and took the lead through some tidy work from Salah to setup Mane to take a 1-0 lead. Man City drew level through a neat finish from Phil Foden before Salah scored a goal of the season contender, showing skill by beating 3 easily and firing across Ederson into the far corner. The game wasn't over however, as Kevin De Bruyne's sweetly struck left footed shot from the edge of the box deflected past Allison. Liverpool nearly scraped a last minute winner, but thanks to a perfectly timed block by Rodri, the game finished 2-2.

Chelsea finish the week top of the table on 16 points, with Liverpool 1 point behind on 15 who continue their unbeaten start, closely followed by Man City, Man United, Everton and Brighton all on 14 points.

We have an International break next weekend so no update next week.

The highest scoring teams this week:

1st. Michael Richardson (Bolt an Wonder) - 108 Points

2nd. Danielle Dunne (Radleys Rovers) - 102 Points

3rd. Neil Crane (Collida City FC) - 99 Points

The highest scoring players this week:

1st. H. Wang - 18 points

2nd. M. Salah - 15 points

3rd. Townsend, Chalobah, Iheanacho, Hojbjerg, Mbeumo, Cucurella, Llorente, Hanely - 13 points

Company Cup:

1st. Collida - 86.00 points

2nd. Willmott Dixon - 80.00 points

3rd. Bloor Homes Southern - 78.50 points


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