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The Red Devils Defend the 2nd Place in the Table

Daily Fantasy Football Review Premier League Match Day 30: The Red Devils beat Liverpool 2-1, Tottenham climbed a place in the table and Burnley created a small fest in a 3-0 win over West Ham in a game which was completely overshadowed by fan protests.

Daily Fantasy Football Review Premier League Match Day 30: The Red Devils beat Liverpool 2-1, Tottenham climbed a place in the table and Burnley created a small fest in a 3-0 win over West Ham in a game which was completely overshadowed by fan protests.

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With 2.9 goals per game and 7 teams able to keep a clean sheet, the 30th round of the Fantasy Premier League had the best conditions for high scores. The early substitution of Harry Kane (34 minutes – injury) and the fact that Pep Guardiola decided to rest Sergio Aguero against Stoke spoiled the day for many DFF managers. The Kane and Aguero strike team was a popular investment.

Other players were, however, successful.

Heung-Min Son

FanTeam: 12 Points
FantasyBet: 15 Points (inc. 3 Bonus Points)

Spurs beat Bournemouth 4-1 on Sunday, Son scoring twice for the second time in a row and bringing his goal tally up to 12. This performance prompted one commentator to joke that Son was the second most dangerous Korean in the world. In fact, Son’s stats for the full season are more than impressive. With 17 goals in about 1,700 completed minutes he is the big star of the team – Harry Kane follows closely behind him. The Englishman has was involved in 26 goals in about 2,440 minutes.

Riyad Mahrez

FanTeam: 11 Points
FantasyBet: 12 Points (inc. 2 Bonus Points)

A goal and an assist in the 4: 1 win against West Brom. Mahrez also continues to deliver with the reliability of a Swiss watch.

Chris Wood

FanTeam: 12 Points
FantasyBet: 15 Points (inc. 3 Bonus Points)

Chris Wood was the most successful player of the 30th match day with three scorer points. Although Wood only made it onto the pitch in the 61st minute of the West Ham match, the striker needed just 29 minutes to score two goals and provide an assist in a 3-0 win. The New Zealander has therefore staked a strong claim to his place in any starting 11.


FanTeam: 19 Points
FantasyBet: 21 Points (inc. 3 Bonus Points)

Nevertheless, it was another player who celebrated the highest score of the match day. Newcastle Utd. defender Kenedy scored twice in the 3-0 win over Southampton and also kept a clean sheet. That was an impressive performance from the 22 year old Brazilian.

The Arsenal Offensive

Meanwhile, Arsenal remains lodged in the crack between genius and insanity. The Gunners were able to claim a 3-0 win over Watford, putting in one of their strongest performances of recent times. The offensive consisted of Mkhitaryan (1 goal, 1 assist), Aubameyang (1 goal, 1 assist) and Mesut Özil (1 assist) and was very convincing.


Of course, our daily fantasy football review of the 30th game day of the Premier League would not be complete without a preview.

The 31st game day in the league takes place in parallel with the FA Cup. Accordingly, only four games are on the program. Everton celebrated a clear 2-0 win over Brighton on match day 30 and on match day 31, they will likely get some decent chances against Stoke’s hole-riddled defence. The big favourite is Liverpool FC. The Reds welcome Watford and will be eager to stay on course for the CL places after losing to Manchester United.

The top of the table

There were changes at the top of the Premier League table – at least the bit behind Manchester City. Manchester United secured their grip on 2nd place with a strong 2-1 win over Liverpool. Likewise Tottenham climbed to third place in front of Liverpool with a 4-1 win over Bournemouth. This means that the fight for the Champions League places goes merrily on. Chelsea and Arsenal continue their hot pursuit and both won their matches.

The relegation battle

West Brom seem to be stuck like limpets to the last place in the table. They continue their run of poor results and are now on their 6th! defeat in a row. However, the distance to the non-relegation places has not changed, since Stoke, Crystal Palace and Southampton were likewise unable to collect any points. On the other hand, there is a positive trend in Brighton, Newcastle and Huddersfield. The newcomers have each been able to collect 7 points from their last 4 games and all have a bit of breathing space between them and the relegation places.

Your 11Heroes team.

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Pos Club Pl GD Pts
1 Manchester City 37 78 97
2 Manchester United 36 39 77
3 Tottenham 37 37 74
4 Liverpool 37 42 72
5 Chelsea 37 27 70
6 Arsenal 37 22 60
7 Burnley 37 -2 54
8 Everton 37 -12 49
9 Leicester 37 -3 47
10 Newcastle Utd. 37 -11 41
11 Crystal Palace 37 -12 41
12 Bournemouth 37 -17 41
13 Watford 37 -19 41
14 Brighton 37 -16 40
15 West Ham United 37 -22 38
16 Huddersfield 37 -29 37
17 Southampton 37 -18 36
18 Swansea 37 -27 33
19 West Brom 37 -23 31
20 Stoke 37 -34 30

EPL Game Week 37

Match Odds
Gameweek 37 Match Odds – Premier League Win x Loss
Brighton – Manchester Utd. 20% 27% 60%
Stoke – Crystal Palace 40% 31% 36%
Bournemouth – Swansea 44% 30% 31%
Leicester – West Ham 44% 30% 31%
Watford – Newcastle 40% 31% 35%
West Brom – Tottenham 12% 21% 74%
Everton Southampton 34% 30% 42%
Manchester City – Huddersfield 91% 11% 5%
Arsenal – Burnley 65% 25% 17%
Chelsea – Liverpool 47% 29% 31%
source: bet365

More than 2.5 goals
Gameweek 37 Odds more than 2,5 goals – Premier League  
Manchester City – Huddersfield 75%
West Brom – Tottenham 61%
Chelsea – Liverpool 58%
Arsenal – Burnley 56%
Brighton – Manchester Utd. 54%
Bournemouth – Swansea 54%
Leicester – West Ham 54%
Stoke – Crystal Palace 51%
Watford – Newcastle 48%
Everton Southampton 48%
source: bet365

Clean Sheet Odds
Gameweek 37 Clean Sheet Odds – Premier League  
Manchester City 71%
Tottenham 50%
Arsenal 44%
Manchester Utd. 43%
Southampton 37%
Watford 35%
Leicester 33%
Bournemouth 32%
Chelsea 32%
Stoke 31%
Newcastle 31%
Crystal Palace 29%
Everton 29%
Swansea 25%
West Ham 25%
Liverpool 24%
Brighton 20%
Burnley 18%
West Brom 14%
Huddersfield 7%
source: tabtouch

Odds to score
Game Week 37 Odds to score – Premier League  
Harry Kane (TOT) 65,4%
G. Jesus, Lukas Nmecha, Raheem Sterling (MCI) 60,6%
Brahim Diaz (MCI) 57,1%
Aubameyang (ARS) 54,1%
Jamie Vardy (LEI) 50,0%
Charlie Austin (SOU) 50,0%
Mohamed Salah (LIV) 50,0%
Leroy Sane (MCI) 48,8%
Lacazette (ARS) 48,8%
Romelu Lukaku (MNU) 47,6%
Heung-Min Son (TOT) 46,5%
Marcus Rashford (MNU) 44,4%
Bernardo Silva (MCI) 43,5%
Chris Wood (BUR) 43,5%
Jordan Ayew, Tammy Abraham (SWA) 42,2%
Cenk Tosun (EVE) 42,2%
Morata, Hazard, Giroud (CHE) 42,2%
Marko Arnautovic (WHU) 41,7%
Callum Wilson, Jermain Defoe (BOU) 41,7%
Eddie Nketiah (ARS) 41,7%
Anthony Martial (MNU) 40,8%
Glenn Murray (BRI) 40,0%
Andy Carroll, Javier Hernandez (WHU) 40,0%
Oumar Niasse (EVE) 40,0%
Aaron Ramsey, Danny Welbeck (ARS) 40,0%
Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard (MNU) 38,2%
Wilfried Zaha (CRY) 38,2%
Christian Eriksen (TOT) 38,2%
David Silva (MCI) 38,2%
Ashley Barnes (BUR) 38,2%
Leonardo Ulloa (BRI) 37,0%
Riyad Mahrez, Okazaki (LEI) 36,4%
Joshua King (BOU) 36,4%
Ilkay Gundogan (MCI) 36,4%
Mkhitaryan (ARS) 36,4%
Marouane Fellaini (MNU) 35,7%
Dele Alli (TOT) 35,7%
Sam Vokes (BUR) 35,7%
Mame Diouf, Peter Crouch (STO) 33,3%
Steve Mounie (HUD) 33,3%
Dwight Gayle, Islam Slimani (NEW) 32,3%
Guido Carrillo, Shane Long (SOU) 32,3%
Firmino (LIV) 32,3%
Andre Gray, Troy Deeney (WAT) 30,3%
Dusan Tadic (SOU) 28,6%
Daniel Sturridge, Jay Rodriguez, Salomon Rondon (WBA) 27,8%
source: WilliamHill



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