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After last weekend's disrupted Premier League schedule due to the FA Cup quarter-finals, we are back to a full complement of matches for game week 29.
The games are coming thick and fast in January and Fantasy Football managers are having to adjust their teams accordingly, with injuries, disputes, and suspensions racking up.
Get your fantasy team in order for the New Year with this advice from St. Anthony's & Claddagh Credit Union
It is a New Year and time to finally sort out your diet, exercise regime and of course fantasy football team.
It was another exciting weekend of Premier League Fantasy Football. Yaya Touré's return to the starting line-up saw the Ivorian bag two goals and more importantly, pick up 15 Fantasy Football points. Other top performers came in the shape of Bournemouth's Nathan Ake and West Brom's Matt Phillips who garnered 15 and 14 points respectively.
And we are back to the Premier League after a week of international football which saw Ireland strengthen their chances of qualifying for Russia 2018 with a superb 1-0 victory in Vienna.
So the Premier League takes a break this weekend as the World Cup qualifiers take centre stage. Our fantasy football managers will be glad of the holiday as they can relax without the nagging doubt of team selections hanging over their heads. However international breaks come with a warning as star players could be injured on national duty or for those non-European players, long distances to travel will more than likely rule them out of an immediate return to the Premier League which kicks off again on November 19.
Week two of the Premier League is on the horizon and that means there are more points up for grabs for Fantasy Football managers and more importantly, positions to be gained in the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League sponsored by St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union.
One round down, 37 to go. The opening bout of the Premier League was a cracker with at least one goal being scored in every game. That means good news for Fantasy Football fans who believe an all out attack is best, but signals despair for those who built their teams around a strong back four and a reliable keeper.