The Premier League is regarded as the toughest in the world for incoming players to acclimatise to, as its high tempo, superb levels of skill and healthy dose of aggression will mercilessly leave any slow starters behind.
The Premier League season is now under way, but that's no reason to rest on your laurels. There are always tweaks to be made, whether your team started well or badly, and here are some stand-out buys following the Premier League resumption.
Ladies and gentlemen, lend me your ears, the Fantasy Football Show is back to guide you through the next month of fantasy football hysteria.
Now that the World Cup qualifiers are out of the way it's time to concentrate on your fantasy football team again and we're back with a run down of every Premier League game on the radar this weekend.
Fantasy League gives you the Statto News Round Up, covering the most important news in the football world over the past 24 hours. Injuries from the Manchester clubs and Chelsea dominate today, alongside Liverpool's usually reliable goalkeeper.
Inevitably, some of the previous season’s top fantasy football point scorers and thus, this season’s most popular picks, take a while to get going. We take a look at the big names that have struggled to live up to their hefty fantasy football price tags.
A look back at the midweek World Cup qualifiers and friendlies to see which players might be worth a place in your Fantasy League team. Chelsea take centre stage this time.
Fantasy League gives you the Statto News Round Up, covering the most important news in the football world over the past 24 hours. Today we look at England's injury woes, Tottenham's goalkeeper struggle and Swansea's new left-back.
A look back at the weekend's World Cup qualifiers to see which players might be worth a place in your Fantasy League team. Manchester City feature prominently throughout.
Widget Lead - Fantasy League use the international break to bring you the first Fantasy League England team of the 2012/13 season. This is how the England team would line up against Moldova and Ukraine over the next few days if Roy Hodgson picked his team purely based on Fantasy League points.
Whilst the international break is sometimes viewed as an annoying distraction from the domestic leagues, it does give everyone the chance to take a breather from the hectic start to the season and evaluate how it has all gone so far.
Fantasy League gives you the Statto News Round Up, covering the most important news in the football world over the past 24 hours. Chelsea feature prominently today, plus two of English football's forgotten men.