Is your fantasy football Season game in tatters?
Too far behind your mates to really compete?
Have you signed up to play Dream Team Weekender?
- Pick 7 players – no limit to the number of players you can choose from one club
- No transfer budget – any player is available to pick
- Only Saturday and Sunday fixtures
- Sign up to play Dream Team Weekender now
Then look no further than Dream Team Weekender – the coolest new fantasy kid on the block.
Pick seven players, with no budget and no limit to the number of players you can pick from a singe club from the Saturday and Sunday games every weekend.
It really is that simple.
Now, weather permitting, we’ve got another bumper weekend of Premier League action with Chelsea’s trip to Man City the headline fixture.
So which players have two of our writers gone for in their Weekender sides? And do you reckon you can beat them?
Well Adam Jones can’t look further than the Dream Team king Harry Kane to lead the line up front with Spurs facing Huddersfield at Wembley.
Glenn Murray partners him in attack as the Brighton striker has been a menace at home and will fancy himself against Arsenal’s shaky defence.
Behind them is an all-African midfield of Sadio Mane and Riyad Mahrez, whilst Spurs duo Jan Vertonghen and Ben Davies make up the defence.
Nick Pope is Adam’s goalkeeper after keeping 11 clean sheets this season – a record he could add to on Saturday given Everton’s torrid away form.
Michael Golson has gone for a different line-up all together ahead of this weekend’s action.
Up front, there’s City hitman Sergio Aguero, who’s notched an impressive six goals in his last five appearances, and he’s sat alongside the ever-brilliant Roberto Firmino, who will surely make light-work of lowly Newcastle’s defence.
There’s another Liverpool hero in the form of Mohamed Salah in midfield, while Stoke’s Xherdan Shaqiri takes the place next to him on the back of some excellent goalscoring form.
Dream Team favourite Nicolas Otamendi and the always reliable Harry Maguire make up the back-line, with the quiet assurance of Hugo Lloris between the sticks.