Don't miss out on your chance to win an iPad and free bets in Goal.com's Free Fantasy Football League
There are still 10 gameweeks to go in the free competition and this week's top performers will also be rewarded with free bets for Totel Football's real money gameFollowing a highly successful first week in the Goal.com free Fantasy Football league over at Totel Football, Goal readers excelled themselves in week two, with plenty of players amassing over 100 points in their quest to win one of the great prizes on offer.
Abromo took the crown for this week and was rewarded with a free bet for the real money game, as were the top five finishers in the Goal.com league. Well done to those who managed to get into the top five and enjoy your weekly prize.
If you want to enter into this week's competition for your chance to win an iPad or several other prizes, click here
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The defensive portion of his team came exclusively from the Premier League's current top four teams. Petr Cech (12) and Branislav Ivanovic (9) profited from Chelsea's 1-0 win at home to West Brom while Matija Nastasic and Pablo Zabaleta's contribution to Manchester City's win on Monday night was vital in a closely fought gameweek where just five points separated the top 10 players.
Gareth Bale and Marouanne Fellaini both contributed double figure scores to the overall points total while Santi Cazorla and Steven Gerrard were solid enough in midfield, picking up five points each.
It was up front where the battle was won though, Luiz Suarez earned a massive 27 points for his hatrick against Wigan in Saturday's late game and although Robin van Persie didn't score, his assist meant he earned seven points.
If you didn't enter last week then don't worry. Totel Football will take your best 6 scores from the remaining 10 gameweeks to calculate the final overall leaderboard so there are plenty of chances to stake your claim for an iPad 3 while the four runners up will win a Premier League shirt of their choice.
You can read more about the competition here.
This weekend sees plenty of big matches as the Premier League approaches it's climax although some teams are involved in FA Cup matches so there is a slightly smaller pool to pick from.
Norwich play Southampton and QPR host Sunderland as the relegation battle intensifies while Reading and Aston Villa will meet in a game with huge implications for both sides when it comes to preserving their presence in the Premier League for next season.
Sunday's focus is on the top of the division as Liverpool take on Tottenham at Anfield and the Reds will look to build on thier impressive win over Wigan, while Andre Villas-Boas' side are in the middle of thier best league run in recent years.
You have until 16:00CET to enter your team this weekend as there is no early Premier League game so click here to visit Totel Football and enter your side for the next round of fixtures.
Anyone without a Totel Football account can sign up here.
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