We’ve got a huge weekend for fantasy football lined-up, with the small matter of Man United versus Liverpool first thing on Saturday.
But wait, is your fantasy season in tatters? Are you lagging behind your mates in your mini-league?
We’ve all been there, which is why we invented Dream Team Weekender – our newest and coolest fantasy football game.
All you need to do is pick SEVEN players from the upcoming Saturday and Sunday games with no transfer budget and no limit to the number of players you can pick from one club.
And you know what, this weekend is a perfect opportunity to get seriously stuck into Weekender as there’s a bumper £10k jackpot to be won this week.
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- Pick 7 players – no limit to the number of players you can choose from one club
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- Only Saturday and Sunday fixtures
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Need some inspiration?
Luckily, two of our writers are willing to share who they’ve gone for in their Weekender sides. But do you reckon you can beat them?
Michael Golson has gone for a forward pairing of Romelu Lukaku – with one eye on United’s home clash with Liverpool – alongside Brighton’s Glenn Murray, who’s notched 11 times in the Premier League so far this season.
An attacking midfield pairing of Jesse Lingard and Sadio Mane could do the goods in the North West derby, while Chelsea’s home clash against Crystal Palace calls for an all Blues defence of Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta.
The ever-reliable David De Gea takes the helm in goal.
Adam Jones has taken a different approach, backing some of the lesser lights at the back to shine.
He’s gone for Huddersfield stopper Jonas Lossl in goal and two Newcastle defenders – Jamal Lascelles and DeAndre Yedlin – to perform against goal-shy Southampton.
In midfield it’s the turn of more familiar faces Eden Hazard and Christian Eriksen against Crystal Palace and Bournemouth respectively.
And an all English front line of Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy are his goal hopefuls.