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Will You Win Big In Our Premier League Fantasy, Last Longest & Prediction Games?

Will You Win Big In Our Premier League Fantasy, Last Longest & Prediction Games?
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Thursday,October 26,2017
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With at least £2,000 of total prize money expected in our array of Matchday 10 Premier League games, it’s another great opportunity for you to turn your knowledge into some big cash. It’s not going to be easy if the last couple of weeks are anything to go by, with some big shocks making it that much harder to correctly predict all the action.

 

Don’t forget there’s yet another chance for you to start your journey to becoming a millionaire, with week 10 of our Beat The Streak. Pick a team to win and if you choose 20 consecutive different winners, you’ll scoop the £1million Jackpot Bonus.

 

Here’s a look at this weekend’s big money games and what your selections could look like:

 

Beat The Streak, Matchday 10: Just like there will be every week until January, there’s a brand new game to play this week, to either increase your chances of scooping the £1million or starting your journey afresh after a recent elimination.

 

Looking at last week’s game, 13 of you fell at the first hurdle in our £5 pool as West Ham were embarrassed 3-0 at home to Brighton. In what was one of the biggest shocks in Premier League history, Huddersfield’s 2-1 win at home to Man Utd knocked out six users, while 20 players cruised through as Man City made light work of Burnley in a 3-0 victory.

 

It seems as if there’s a fair few viable options when it comes to picking a winner this week. Fresh off a 5-2 win at Goodison Park last Sunday, Arsenal host a struggling Swansea side, who fell to a disappointing 2-1 loss at home to Leicester.

 

 Unbeaten and seemingly unstoppable Man City, travel to a West Brom side who are seven without a win, while Chelsea travel to second bottom Bournemouth. Watford at home to struggling Stoke could also be a great shout, especially if you want to save some of the big boys or have simply run out of them in any of our previous Matchday games.

 

But our tip of the week is Liverpool at home to Huddersfield. Despite the Reds slipping up as of late and Huddersfield still on a high after their dream win over Man Utd, there are several reasons for picking Klopp’s men.

 

Looking at upcoming matches, other than hosting Huddersfield, there aren’t really any others in which you would say Liverpool are virtually nailed on to win and obviously you need to pick every team at some point so it helps to take fewer risks early on.

 

Secondly, Liverpool’s biggest issues have come against fellow top six contenders, although they have dropped points to Burnley and Newcastle this season. As they showed against Maribor, they are capable of blowing weaker teams away on their day and while Huddersfield shocked Man Utd, travelling to Anfield against a side smelling blood after their Wembley humiliation, will be a different kettle of fish.

 

£500 guaranteed Coupon: There’s another £500 guaranteed in our £2 game, meaning this is the least amount of money up for grabs. Accumulate the most points - one point for each correct result multiplied by the figure in brackets - and you’ll scoop the biggest share of the guarantee.

 

Man Utd and Spurs kick off the action on Saturday lunch time, in a clash that is looking a tough one to predict. Utd will be desperate to bounce back from last week’s disappointment, while Spurs are looking to build on four league wins in a row. Utd are x2 to pick up the win in our Coupon, while Spurs are x3, which is also the same price you can get for the draw, a selection that is looking your best bet for this. We’re also running a Match Pool for the big match, with a minimum guarantee of £100.

 

Arsenal are just x1 to make it back-to-back league wins, against struggling Swansea. Our Beat The Streak pick of Liverpool are only x1 to power past Huddersfield, but will a Terriers win at x9 tempt you? If you pick West Brom to stun Man City and they somehow do, you’ll bag nine points although it’s hard to look past another City win at x1, the same applies to a Chelsea three points at Bournemouth.

 

Claude Puel’s first game in charge of Leicester is against managerless Everton, with the Foxes x2 to get him off to a perfect start but can Ronald Koeman’s dismissal spur the Toffees on at x3? With no manager currently in place, there’s no reason to suggest so.

 

Fantasy Five-A-Side - £100 guaranteed: As usual, picking players from the three teams with the longest odds to win this weekend - Huddersfield , Swansea & West Brom - will score you double points, and as well as scoring points for clean sheets, goalkeepers bag a point per save, and defenders two or each tackle.

 

Here’s a look at the five players we think you should consider when picking your five players:

 

Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois - You’d expect Chelsea to come away from Bournemouth with maximum points, who have only scored six times all season. A clean sheet, and a save or two, is on the cards for the Belgian stopper.

 

Defender: Jamaal Lascelles - Newcastle have only conceded eight times this season, and travel to a Burnley side who have scored the same amount. Expect plenty of tackles won and perhaps a fourth clean sheet of the season for Lascelles and co.

 

Midfielder 1: Mohamed Salah - Liverpool’s Egyptian star has been impressive since joining in the summer, with five Premier League  goals and two assists to his name. Liverpool could be rampant against Huddersfield, which if is the case, Salah will play a big part.

 

Midfielder 2: Richarlison - Although he missed two sitters for Watford in their defeat to Chelsea, the young Brazilian still impressed, even managing an assist. The Hornets host a struggling Stoke side, so he could well add to his three goals and four assists.

 

Forward: Jamie Vardy - Leicester host an Everton side who have been awful this season and have shipped plenty of goals. Time will tell if getting rid of Koeman will change things but with no full-time boss in place ahead of Sunday, it could be another dismal day for the Toffees and if it is, Vardy could well fill his boots.

 

You’ve got until tomorrow lunchtime to get your selections in, so don’t miss out on some big prizes!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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