Daily Fantasy Football is enjoying something of a worldwide boom at present. Daily games, weekly games and now thanks to FanFeud, individual fantasy football games are becoming very popular.
FanFeud offers football fans to challenge friends and other fans in a secure environment. Select a Premier League game, choose five players and watch the action unfold. Each game costs £3 to play and you could win up to £50 each game.
Games are updated in real-time using statistics from Infostrada, a renowned and recognised statistics provider. Each game features a chat zone so you can interact with other fans while leader-boards are updated in real-time so you know exactly how you are doing at each point of the game.
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Boaz Myhill has impressed for WBA this season and he will fancy he chances of another clean against Sunderland, will you pick him the Baggies versus Black Cats game? Sticking with keepers, Hugo Lloris and Spurs have proved hard to break down and will be confident of a clean sheet against Bournemouth, but the question is will you pick the Spurs stopper in your five? Play the game now at FanFeud.
Defender wise, Hector Bellerin has impressed along with Nacho Monreal as Arsenal have claimed back to back clean sheets while Virgil van Dijk has carried the form he showed in Scotland with Celtic into the Premier League. Cna they keep Everton and Liverpool quiet? Put them in your fantasy five team.
Midfielders and forwards are always match winners and fanfeud.co.uk is no different. If you think Gunners are a shoe-in for a clean sheet then chances are you fancy a win, so why not plump for Alexis Sanchez. Dimitri Payet meanwhile has caught the eye for West Ham but can he down Chelsea. Up front, there is only one man at the moment, James Vardy. The Leicester forward will hope to move into double figures against Crystal Palace, do you think he will? Pick him, he could win you cash.
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