Well round 30 of the Irish Times Fantasy Premier League has come to a close and after a weekend which produced a number of disappointing results for fantasy football.
The weekend did highlight some differentials that could improve your fantasy premier league team, find out more below.
Suarez Nearing a Two Game Ban
Luis Suarez was disappointing against Southampton as the saints beat Liverpool 3-1 at Anfield.
More concerning for Suarez owners was the fact he picked up his 9th yellow card of the season which means that he is one more away from a two game ban.
Townsend Delivers Again for QPR
Last week Andros Townsend was the star man for QPR getting a goal and a pair of assists against Sunderland. The man on loan from Tottenham proved it was no fluke with another good goal against Aston Villa over the weekend.
Benteke on Target as Aston Villa beat QPR
We has spoken at length about the scoring prowess of Christian Benteke and the Aston Villa striker yet again justified his inclusion in our weekly tips when he scored the winner for Paul Lambert’s men against QPR.
Rooney on Target Again as RVP Shoots a Blank
Manchester United beat Reading 1-0 at Old Trafford thanks to a deflected strike scored by Wayne Rooney early in the first half. The win put the Red Devils 15 points clear of nearest rivals Manchester City but was not much of a spectacle for United fans or fantasy football fans alike on Saturday evening.
Cazorla Plays Well but Monreal,Gervinho,Ramsey and Giroud take the Fantasy Football Points
It appears that Swansea City are still suffering from their Capital One Cup Victory hangover as they slumped to their third defeat in a row at the Liberty Stadium as Arsenal collected three points with a 0-2 win that was made even more satisfying as Tottenham suffered defeat last weekend. These results combined puts Arsenal 4 points behind Tottenham with a game in hand.
10 Man Everton beat Man City as Seamus Coleman Steals the Show
David Moyes celebrated 11 years in charge of Everton last weekend by beating Manchester City for the 4th time in a row at Goodison Park. Manchester City were playing against ten men four over thirty minutes but were unable to penetrate Everton who went on to win the game 2-0 thanks to goals from Osman and Jelavic.