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Fantasy Premier League Tips – All of our articles in one place

Fantasy Premier League Tips – All of our articles in one place

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Fantasy Premier League Tips - All in one place

On the eve of the opening day of the Barclays Premier League 2015/16 season we thought it would be apt to take a look back at the articles that we have published over the last 3 weeks to try and help prepare you (and ourselves in all truth) for the start of the Fantasy Premier League season. That's right - we are putting all of our Fantasy Premier League Tips in one place! We will summarize in one line whether or not the said article still holds relevance with less than 24 hours to go until kick-off. Then it is up to you whether you dive in and soak up the advice. Forgive the water-based language but I am still writing this whilst staring at the ocean on the last day of my holiday.

All of our pre-season articles (oldest first):

FPL 2015 Chips and Tips – Still relevant but most of you will know this by now.


Cheap FPL Players 2015 – Still worth a read… these were our first thoughts.


Can you play Aguero and Hazard – the balanced team – A must read… will help you plan the return of Aguero.


Raheem Sterling – Does he make the team? – Worth a read and will give you something to think about in terms of his stats.


Summer Signings – Who you need and who you don’t – A good introduction to some of the new players. If you don’t know your Depays from your Firminos this is a good place to start.


Summer Signings – Part 2 – A continuation of the aforementioned article.


The snakes to avoid picking in FPL – A thought provoking insight in to some of the players who probably don’t deserve to make your team.


What type of manager are you? – A guest post by Ousman Touray looking at the different approaches taken by managers. Careful he doesn’t pigeon hole you.


Goalkeeper Selection Strategy – A must read, probably one of our most successful articles.


Will Aguero be fit for the new season? – You probably already know what is in here how, but if you have questions over Aguero’s fitness then you will find some answers here.


Free FPL Help and Advice – Quite simply our most popular article ever – unfortunately the free help has now ended but you can still read all the help we gave to other FPL managers.


Best FPL Players you didn’t think of picking – An important article if you are looking for the differentials.


A guide to the Liverpool Frontline – Worth a read if you are considering any of the Liverpool forwards.


Our second draft team – Not worth looking unless you fancy a laugh.


Do you need to have Hazard in your team? – MUST READ if you haven’t already.


Our third draft FPL team – Again, not worth a look as some players now injured.


Who Ayew? A look at the Ayew brothers – A good article with some good differential potential.


Why Wayne Rooney is worth every penny – A damn good article this one, backed up by some big stats.


What we learned about Arsenal – A good re-cap of the Community Shield and what we can expect from Arsenal this season.


Introducing Premier Punt – A review of our site sponsors’ website – a great addition to the usual FPL system.


Gameweek 1 Captain Picks – Crucial, crucial crucial…. This is crucial – got it!


Our final draft team – Worth a look, hopefully the winning team, but please don’t copy it!

Don't forget to also listen to the Pre-Season Podcasts - episode 3 is the latest and most relevant one:


So there you have it... go and win the bloody thing now and don't forget to enter our mini league where you can win a £100 prize courtesy of Premier Punt. It is free to enter.  Join here or use the league code which is 57114-16422

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