EPL Fantasy Football: Same old, same old

Proven performers again did their bit in Week 26, while Fantasy Football expert Adrian Houghton has emphasised the importance of predicting the results of the big matches
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Week 26 of Goal.com's EPL Fantasy competition was a case of the usual suspects.

Gareth Bale, Michu and Luis Suarez all headed a star-studded list of high performers.

As the season enters a crucial phase, the stakes for managers rise even further and therefore it is imperative to concentrate on upcoming fixtures and form.

This weekend is a perfect example of predicting the outcome of a pivotal clash.

Manchester City hosts Chelsea on Sunday in a meeting between the two teams with the most selected players in the Fantasy league.

Firstly, a coach should decide what the end result will be, then alter their side accordingly.

Head-to-head battles are always tricky obstacles to overcome and this will be another, which can have a huge bearing on your overall score.

Note Liverpool and Swansea players will be excluded from this round of action.


Michu – Swansea City (38 points) 

The Spaniard has been the season's biggest revelation, as he continues to produce electrifying performances for the Welsh minnows – £11,640,000.

Jose Enrique – Liverpool (34 points)

The Reds left-back rounded off a splendid afternoon for his club with a sublime goal and a clean sheet to boot – £9,860,000.

Gareth Bale – Tottenham (34 points)

Fantasy's most expensive buy and has been ultimately rewarding. Ranked seventh overall in the competition, the 23-year-old is the best touch of his career – £16,480,000.


Steven Pienaar – Everton (4 points)

Started the campaign in a blaze of glory, but his form has suffered of late and the South African is letting Fantasy managers down – £7,850,000.

Samir Nasri – Manchester City (2 points)

Promised so much when he made the switch to City, only to dwindle significantly and become one of the side's worst performers of the season – £4,640,000.

Jonjo Shelvey – Liverpool (2 points)

The young England hopeful was a first-team regular at the start of the term and was a budding prospect. However, he has faded severely over the past few months – £5,400,000.

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