Click below to relive the chat ahead of the weekend's Premier League action.Read More »from Friday Fantasy Football webchat
Well, it's been quite a day for Chelsea, hasn't it?
What with the FA's written reasons for the John Terry verdict and Ashley Cole's astonishing Twitter outburst, the club's media manager may wish he had stayed in bed.
But are Terry, Cole and the rest of the Chelsea side still worth having in your Fantasy team when they play Norwich?
The Fantasist stopped by to discuss this matter and answer all your questions about the weekend's Fantasy game.Read More »from Fantasy Football chat
Fantasy Football is back for the 2012-13 season, and so is the Fantasist.
He is dropping by on Friday afternoon to answer your questions ahead of the second gameweek.
If you want to make any changes, join the chat and get the Fantasist's tips.Read More »from Friday Football Football webchat
We will be kicking off our weekly Friday chats tomorrow, with detailed injury reports to start next week.
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FANTASY FOOTBALL BASICS
What is Fantasy Football?Read More »from Fantasy Football 2012-13 guide
Really, you don't know? Well, okay, if you insist. It's a game that allows you to pick a fictional team made up of real players, who then score you points based on what they do on the pitch in actual Premier League games. The aim - it should be patently clear - is to score as
Robin van Persie was the player to have in Yahoo! Fantasy Football this seasonAs thrilling as it was to sit back and enjoy the final day of the Premier League season, it was an experience tinged with sadness. For Manchester City's players lifting the trophy signalled the end of the campaign, and with it the end of another year of Yahoo! Fantasy Football.
Here are the game's top five players for the season by position, the top 10 overall and, most importantly, we announce the winner of the 2011-12 game.
Many thanks for playing to each and every one of the tens of thousands of you who took part this season. Only three months to go until we can do it all again!
Top fiveRead More »from RvP is Fantasy MVP
Chris Smalling and Rio FerdinandAhead of the final weekend of the season, with issues at both the top and bottom of the table still to be decided, teams in the Premier League are enjoying contrasting fortunes.
Leaders Manchester City have posted a clean bill of health among their squad ahead of their home clash against QPR, while title rivals Manchester United have fitness doubts over defensive trio Rio Ferdinand, Jonny Evans and Chris Smalling.
In the race for the Champions League, third-placed Arsenal will be without right-back Bacary Sagna - who sustained a broken leg last weekend that has ruled him out of Euro 2012 —andRead More »from Injury Report: Gameweek 38
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed injured stars Jonny Evans and Danny Welbeck will not face Swansea on Sunday as his side bid to overcome the disappointment of losing top spot in the Premier League table to rivals Manchester City.
Evans missed the 1-0 defeat at the Etihad Stadium in a game which saw Welbeck suffer an ankle injury which led to him wearing a protective cast after the game.
At Old Trafford Ferguson's side will look to take the title initiative back after Vincent Kompany's goal gave City the advantage, albeit on goal difference.
Ferguson said: "He (Evans)Read More »from Injury Report: Gameweek 36
The right-back missed Sunday's victory over Wolves at Molineux but tests have confirmed he did not suffer a tear and City are hopeful Richards will be available for the match at the Etihad Stadium.
Elsewhere, Liverpool have lost midfielder Charlie Adam for the remainder of the season, starting with Saturday's trip to Norwich, due to a knee injury.
Sunderland, who have Craig Gardner suspended for Saturday's home game with Bolton, will also be without Seb Larsson for what remains of theRead More »from Injury Report: Gameweek 35
The club have already seen Jack Wilshere ruled out for the season, and Euro 2012, while Abou Diaby is still on the sidelines due to a knee injury.
With youngster Francis Coquelin still sidelined with a hamstring problem, the last thing Arsenal needed was Thursday's news that Mikel Arteta will miss the remainder of the campaign with an ankle ligament injury.
He is likely to be replaced in the team by Aaron Ramsey, but a further complication arises with the fact Yossi Benayoun isRead More »from Injury Report: Gameweek 34
Liverpool have had to recall Peter Gulacsi from his loan spell at Hull City due to the Reds having both their first and second-choice goalkeepers suspended.
The Reds are without the suspended Jose Reina and Alexander Doni for their FA Cup semi-final against Everton at the weekend and will be forced to start with Brad Jones in goal.
Elsewhere there is little new to report in the way of injuries despite every Premier League competing in two matches over the past week.Read More »from Injury Report: Gameweek 33
About Fantasy Football
The Fantasist is an expert, no, a guru, in all things Fantasy Football. It will dispense its wisdom throughout the season, unravelling the great mysteries of our time. Conundrums like "Aaron Hughes or Stephen Warnock?' and 'Where does Matty Taylor get all those points from?' During the barren summer months, The Fantasist satisfies its gaming needs by losing a small fortune at its local bingo hall. Consequently, it has a lot riding on Eurosport-Yahoo!'s £5 entry, winner-takes-all office league this season.