Premier League Fantasy Football Resources

Whether it’s on 257sports.com or any other fantasy football site, the top fantasy football players don’t just get lucky every week. They earn their position in the league. As the old football cliché goes, ‘the league table never lies’… We’ve put together a list of fantasy football resources that will help you make informed, smart, strategic decisions on a weekly basis that will help you challenge for top spot in any fantasy league…


PremierLeague.com

Home of the official fantasy premier league game. Also home to ‘the scout’ which previews and reviews each matchweek: http://fantasy.premierleague.com/the-scout/


FantasyFootballScout.co.uk

These guys provide daily news, tips and opinions on everything related to premier league football. They also offer detailed statistics and exclusive articles for members only (which comes at a price). They also offer several useful, free tips such as their list of ‘premier league set piece takers’ here: http://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/premiership-set-piece-takers/


PhysioRoom.com

List of Premier League injuries listing the name of the player,  nature of injury and expected date of return. No.1 of fantasy football – if your players aren’t on the pitch, they can’t earn points. This is why you shouldn’t necessarily pick big names… their club tends to be involved in more fixtures which results is rotation, particularly in the latter half of the season.


FantasyFootballCheat.co.uk

A fantasy football news & tips site run by some experienced fantasy players with a proven track record.


TotalFPL.com

Stats galore on premier league fantasy football.


nevercaptainnickybutt.com

A fantasy premier league blog which brings you on news, tips, previews and reviews along with random soccer snippets throughout the week.

Sean MacEntee

Designer, United fan and Head of 25/7 Sports social media time-wasting department.

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