Tuesday, August 23, 2011

On the Recap: False Hope GW2

More is yet to come
I see many got burned by Torres/Aguero/Another QPR demolition this weekend...Looks like another typical lesson of never chase last points case...but never fear, its a risk worth taking in terms of fantasy...Gameweek 2 EA Sports PPI Index is out...

BP Rumblings

- If you are doing more than score a goal you are entitled to get something ie Bent, Jarvis regardless of playing time ie Suarez
- Marauding wing backs are the way forward ie Bosingwa, De Laet
- Commanding center backs have a higher chance in a highscoring match ie Kompany & Cahill as well as marshaling the team to an away clean sheet ie Taylor
- Goalkeeper can only rely on save points to increase their points based on the new system
- The highest position keeper didn't receive any (Hart, 29th) while Krul (33th) managed to get some, followed by Reina. All excelled in an away assignment
- Again, missing a penalty doesn't necessarily affect a player especially those who involves in the engine room ie Watson

Wrong U-turn

- Failed one week wonder captain Aguero and highly anticipated tormentor (1st in captain poll) back to his old self (Torres). Same with fantasy captain risk Everton's Cahill
- Dont see it coming, Magpies prevailed in the Tyne-Wear derby with a rare cleanie
- No repeat of last week QPR demolition, a surprising away win with a clean sheet and this all happened when most of them were infected by a virus in front of the new Malaysian owner!
- New tactic or resting Suarez? Suarez replacing ineffective Carroll like to like
- Formica was not starting for Rovers but Salgado is Salgado
- Unexpectedly Malouda on the bench and Drog seems to be in limbo
- The familiar Everton's faces started badly especially the expensively overrated Baines, slightly see that coming but dont sell your Evertonians yet
- Arsenal loss, blame it on the inevitable Frimpong's red
- Newcastle defenders are looking good on the cheap same with De Laet
- Welbeck the new star was born, young Devils defense are very resilient at home
- Nzog was too quiet, no Villa's clean sheet and special mention to Gabby
- Klasnic the unexpected star, replacing Elmander with ease
- Michael Vorm continues his fine form and save a penalty
- Wolves strikeforce looked potent with RJohnson as a new captain
- Fulham away misery is set to continue, very busy with European commitment

Spot-On Spotter

- West Brom managed to scare again but still lost, the goods will start to roll next
- AVB sluggish win
- Another Rovers relegation battle
- A high scoring top of the table clash (City & Bolton), they really know how to score
- Depleted Gunners took a good beating, it will get even worse if they fail for Europe and the upcoming visit to hell (Old Trafford)
- United won it handsomely, don't ever underestimate their record at home, Rooney is a beast
- As predicted, Swans vs Wigan & Canaries vs Stoke all end with a draw
- Bent back to what he do best
- Silva looks to be a season keeper 

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