Fantasy Football Premier League Tips, Predictions & Preview Match-Week 2 for 2015-16 season

The first game week of the Fantasy Premier League has come to a close. With all players having one free transfer to make every game week, here are a few players you could look to pick if your squad. Fantasy Football Premier League Tips for match-week two can be found at the end of this article.

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Decide if you are up for a gamble given its still early days or do you like to play the game in the tried and tested manner.

With Liverpool pulling off a last breath win in the previous game against Stoke they will now face Premier League newbies, AFC Bournemouth at Anfield. This game is surely a game that the Reds should win easily. Martin Skrtel is a defender who can notch up a few goals from set pieces given his aerial presence. He could definitely be a good choice for you.

Sticking to Liverpool who seem to have the easiest fixture for the week, Simon Mignolet in between the posts seems to be a good choice. He could give you a valuable six points if he holds on to another clean sheet.

From what we saw Leicester City had a very day hammering four goals past Sunderland. Mark Abrighton looked in super form with a couple of assists and a goal as well. Under new management and with a few good players in the team, he will be a good pick for you in midfield. At just £5m, he is cheap and will also save you some money to invest later.

Christian Eriksen looked to be in fine form against Manchester United. The Spurs midfield maestro will be raring to get his name on the scoresheet. Against a Stoke defence that may be without first choice Pierera, he could be a good choice. Done forget the midfielder who costs £8.5m also takes set pieces. Totally worth a shot!

You could think about picking up either a Liverpool defender as they could hold out for another clean sheet or go on for Christian Benteke who will be a handful for the defence to handle. You could expect him to hammer one in front of the Kop. Fancy to make him captain and use the triple captain option? Maybe it’s too early, but certainly tempting.

Wayne Rooney is playing the position he prefers to do and you could almost expect him to score every game he plays. After missing out in the opening game, he will be looking to start off his tally for the season against Aston Villa. Rooney at 10.5 is expensive, but worth every penny.

So that’s what our analysis think, we known how serious this game actually is and want you to make the most of it now.

Choose wisely and best of luck!

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