Goalkeepers For Round 27 of The Irish Times Fantasy Premier League

Monday, February 18th, 2013 at 8:10 am by Phil Mc Grath

Well after having somewhat of a break in fantasy premier league action the Irish Times Fantasy Premier League swings back into action this weekend. Fantasy managers will have been putting the final touches to their teams over the weekend as the unlimited transfer closed yesterday and now it is time to see of those changes will pay dividends.

As usual here in the managers office we kick of the weeks coverage with a close look at goalkeepers for the coming weekend and our coaches have once again come up with some suggestions for fantasy managers to consider when it comes to placing a keeper between the sticks for round 27 of the Irish Times Fantasy Premier League.

David de Gea (Manchester United) £4.5 million Fixture: QPR (Away)

United and de Gea go into this weekend’s fixture with the R’s on the back of two successive clean sheets and it would seem that confidence is high at the back for the current league leaders with the Red’s and de Gea managing four clean sheets in their last seven games and more impressively they have not  conceded  more than one goal in a game since Newcastle put three past them back in round 19.


Tim Howard (Everton) £3.7 million Fixture: Norwich (Away)

Everton go into the game with 14th placed Norwich on a decent run of form that has seen them lose only one of their last six and as a result they currently find themselves right in the hunt for european football next season.Howard has managed only four clean sheets this season however the tide seems to be turning with two of those coming in the last five games against Swansea and Southampton.


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