Barclays Fantasy Football : Best Tips To Beat Your Friends

Barclays Fantasy Football : Best Tips To Beat Your Friends : Try not to fear any more, football fans. You don't need to watch ITV's scope of England, who walked to standard victories at San Marino and against Switzerland at Wembley in midweek. You no more need to discuss whether Roy Hodgson can lead England to Euro 2016 greatness in France (he can't), or whether Wayne Rooney is England's record-breaking greatest forward (he isn't). 

Barclays Fantasy Football
You can, instead, focus on the Barclay's Premier League. There are ten fixtures for you to watch this weekend, from BT Sport's lunch-time kick-off tomorrow, to a twofold header of activity on Super Sunday. The greater part of that comes either side of a mouth-watering Saturday night football fight, as well. My statement, it's great to be back. 

The following is your definitive manual for the fifth week of activity, from structure guides and player picks, to injuries and fixtures.

Barclays Fantasy Football Matches

(Kick-offs on Saturday at 3pm unless stated)

  • Everton v Chelsea (Saturday, BT Sport, 12.45pm)
  • Arsenal v Stoke City
  • Crystal Palace v Manchester City
  • Norwich City v AFC Bournemouth
  • Watford v Swansea City
  • West Bromwich Albion v Southampton
  • Manchester United v Liverpool (Saturday, Sky Sports, 5.30pm)
  • Sunderland v Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, Sky Sports, 1.30pm)
  • Leicester City v Aston Villa (Sunday, Sky Sports, 4pm)
  • West Ham United v Newcastle United (Monday, Sky Sports, 8pm)

Easy Ways To Score Points In Barclays Fantasy Football

Harry Kane looks renewed after the worldwide break, figuring out how to score surprisingly this season. Talk of him being stuck and a goal dry spell was untimely, given that he's still youthful and adapting, yet a frail Sunderland defense may be the ideal chance for Kane to get his league aggregate off and running. 

- Garry Monk has been talking up his pair of offensive talents, Bafetimbi Gomis and Andre Ayew, and Swansea City go to a Watford side who have neglected to register a single shot on focus since the opening day. Because of that, enlist Ashley Williams, the Welsh skipper who is brimming with certainty after an extraordinary worldwide break. Surely there is one and only champ, taking after the South Wales club's triumph over Louis van Gaal's Manchester United? 

- PFA Player of the Year Eden Hazard can't stay calm for long - and with Chelsea struggling, and consecutive goals for Belgium over the worldwide break - he will surely get down to business and reignite Jose Mourinho's season at Goodison Park.

Barclays Fantasy Football - Injuries

  • Arsenal: Rosicky, Welbeck, Wilshere
  • Aston Villa: Grealish, Gueye, TraorĂ©
  • Bournemouth: Arter, Gradel, Mings, King
  • Chelsea: Courtois
  • Crystal Palace: Ledley, Wickham, Jedinak, Chamakh, Ward, Williams, Campbell
  • Everton: Hibbert, Gibson, Pienaar, Baines, Oviedo
  • Leicester: James
  • Liverpool: Flanagan, Sturridge, Joe Allen, Henderson, Coutinho
  • Man City: Delph, Zabaleta, Silva, Clichy
  • Man Utd: Carrick
  • Newcastle: Riviere, Mitrovic, Marveaux
  • Norwich: Grabban, Whittaker, Mulumbu
  • Southampton: Bertrand, Forster, Clasie, Gardos, Ramirez
  • Stoke: Arnautovic, Diouf, Adam, Afellay, Johnson
  • Sunderland: Johnson, Gomez, Giaccherini
  • Tottenham: Dembele, Townsend, Eriksen
  • Watford: Ibaro, Britos, Oulare, Doyley, Ekstrand, Fabbrini, Murray, Smith, Vydra, Layun
  • West Brom: Chester, Foster
  • West Ham: Valencia, Zarate, Carroll, Adrian, Moses, Poyet, Song

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