Category: Odds On Team Review

OddsOnFPL – Gameweek 11 Review #FPL

This week involved more unfortunate events than a Lemony Snicket book. Dele Alli failing to play due to Injury. David Luiz not in the squad. Hemed making a cameo appearance. The points expectancy this week was 53 and we got a truly terrible 35. Our overall ranking went from 413508K to 632819K Rob Elliot – 3 points

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OddsOnFPL – Gameweek 7 Review #FPL

Day 2 of International break and I’ve already cleaned my house, learned how to drive, and I can now tie my shoelaces. I’ve also managed to review Gameweek 7’s Bookie team for the last game week, and see how we performed! After a wildcard in GW6, I felt that the OddsOnFPL team was in absolutely

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Gameweek 6 Odds on FPL – Review

So we wildcarded this week and it’s paid off dramatically! Our pre wildcard team would have only got 47 points and  this week we got a whopping 89 points, a huge swing in our favour. With that the team has moved up to 591,026th 188,807th in the world and are just ever so slightly out of the

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Gameweek 5: Odds On – In Review

Bookies predicted we would begin to hate Fantasy Football in under 5.5 game weeks. Coming in at exactly 5 game weeks we tip our hats to the nous of the traders in the Paddy Power Tower, who have surprisingly placed us as favourites to take the Birmingham job. I guess they’re not right all the

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Gameweek 4: Odds On Team – In Review

The bookies got it all wrong this week, with a large number of upsets, and some absolute smashes from sides. Liverpool went from smashing Arsenal 4-0, to losing 5-0 to Man City, with City managing to keep a clean sheet in what was expected to be a close affair. Not only that, but United drew,

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Gameweek 3: Odds On – In Review

Oh what a week. With the average at just 43 points this week we managed to just beat it getting a total of 46 points. Shocking returns from costly Lukaku and Aguero, were somewhat eased by the fact that other expensive players like Kane and Kevin de Bruyne also flopped. Our captain Marcos Alonso did the

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