The next big thing in gaming: Have you tried out the English Premier League’s Fantasy Football?

September 26, 2020 at 12:00
The next big thing in gaming: Have you tried out the English Premier League’s Fantasy Football?

In the previous round, the record for the number of goals scored in one round of the Premier League was broken. The strikers seemed to be in great mood, as the nets were shaken 44 times all over England, which is why this weekend we have prepared something special for the lovers of Fantasy Football. Check out this weekend’s Fantasy Premier League suggestions and odds being offered courtesy of gaming site MOZZART BET.

Wilfred Zaha (4.5) – more, odds 2.70

One of the players that is definitely worth trying, both because of the odds and because of the limit. This season, Zaha got a new, even more offensive role in the new formation of Crystal Palace (4-4-2). In tandem with Jordan Ayew, he plays at the very top of the attack and it seems that he is even more dangerous than in previous seasons, if that is at all possible in a not very offensive team like the one in London.

With three goals, first against Southampton and then Manchester United, the Ivory Coast international is most deserving of the fact that Palace has the maximum performance after two rounds, and with Mohamed Salah he has more points (23) than any other midfielder, which is an additional reason for you to have Zaha, both in your team and on the bet slip.

Because, don’t forget, a midfielder’s goal brings a point more than the striker, and Zaha was registered in Fantasy as a midfielder. So far, he has had six shots on goal, five of them inside the penalty area, more than any of his teammates, and he has created four chances, the most in his team with Andros Tauze

Timo Werner (4.5) – more, odds 1.80

He had no concrete effect in the previous two rounds. However, we believe that it is time for the German to “open an account” in the jersey of the London team. Slaven Bilic’s team conceded the most goals in the introductory two rounds, as many as eight, and we don’t see how anything could change, although the team will certainly gain experience with the arrival of Branislav Ivanovic, whose debut is expected on Saturday.

Chris Wood (4.5) – more, odds 2.90

And this time we tried to “dig out” someone from the “worth a try” column and we hope that Chris Wood could be the one. With the goal against Leicester at the premiere last weekend – Burnley did not play in the first round – the New Zealander continued with the excellent form from the previous season, tying the fourth league game in which he signed up as a scorer.

In addition, Wood is the “main” on his Turf Moore. Last season, he sent 41 shots at home to the opponent’s goal, 36 from the penalty area, 19 of which ended in a goal round, and he was the leader of his team in all three mentioned columns. His numbers are also impressive when compared to other, more resonant names. Wood entered Turf Moore with 19 percent chances, as did Mohamed Salah, Marcus Rashford and Tami Abraham on their pitches. Definitely worth a try, given the odds on offer.

Harry Kane (5.5) – more, odds 1.80

Experienced Fantasy players know that there is no need to rush with changes after one unsuccessful round, Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son have once again confirmed that there is some truth here.

The duo of Tottenham shared a huge 45 points among themselves in the previous round against Southampton and owed patience to the few who left them in their team after a pale game against Tottenham at the start of the season.

This time we are a bit more in favor of Kane, primarily because of the lower limit (Son – 7.5), but also because of the somewhat better performance of the English striker against Newcastle. In a total of nine matches in which he started against the Magpies, Kane scored five goals, while Son has two goals and an assist in five.

Kevin de Bruyne (7.5) – more, odds 1.95

The Belgian has a new, much more offensive position. The role of the “ten” is exactly to his liking, he showed it on the field, and then admitted it after the match with Wolves. KDB created six chances for a goal for his teammates, sent four shots on goal and ended the game with a goal and an assist on the account.

Leicester is one hundred percent after two rounds, but in both he was quite insecure in defense. He went unpunished against WBA, however, everything came to fruition against Burnley, who shook the Fox’s net on two occasions.

You will also find Rahim Sterling (7.5) in our offer. Of course, that doesn’t have to mean anything, but you should keep in mind before composing the ticket, but also before the next round. Let’s not forget, Gabriel Jesus has a lower limit (6.5) in relation to the mentioned two, but the striker’s goal is valued by one point less, so we believe that the Brazilian is going into the red.

It is definitely a good option for your Fantasy team, as Kun Aguero is not returning to the pitch yet.

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Raul Jimenez 

Raul Jimenez (5.5) – more, odds 2.03

Only Harry Kane and Danny Ings missed less than one hundred percent chances than the Mexican last season. Jimenez continued this year in the same rhythm, he scored against Sheffield United, then City, so why not against the much weaker, unconvincing defense of West Ham? After all, in the previous four meetings with the London team, he shook the net three times.

His minutes are not in question, he is the only real striker with the newcomer Fabio Silva, and as the 18-year-old Portuguese is still getting used to it, he will most likely be waiting for him for all 90 minutes. Last season, only Conor Cody and Rui Patricio had more.

Jack Greallish (5.5) – more, odds 2.55

This season, everyone will check the list of offered players and see who is competing with Fulham. And we have nothing wrong with that. Along with the WBA, the Kolibas are the main favorites for relegation, which they confirmed in the previous two rounds in which they received a total of seven goals. Jack Greallish, the first leader of the Birmingham team, could also benefit from the below-average defense of Scott Parker’s team.

He stopped at three points in the first game and now is a good time to improve his points balance. Last season, everything started with the 25-year-old Englishman – only De Bruyne had more key passes than him – and the match with Sheffield last week showed that it will be the same in the new season. Greallish is constantly involved in the game, taking responsibility for all interruptions, including penalties, which is just more reason for Greallish to go to the “plus” on Monday night.

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(Note: It is not possible to link interdependent events, such as judging a player from the same team in a match, or a player and a match in which he participates (e.g Kane scores a goal and any game in a Tottenham match.)

If the player on offer is not a starter odds will be calculated 1.

The “Bonus points system” used on the official website is not included in the scoring. All results are governed by the official website fantasy.premierleague.com)

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