Author: Drew Van Jura

EPL Daily Fantasy Breakdown – 2016 Week 15

EPL DFS Picks – 2016 Week 15 This week in the Premier League brings us 5 games so a smaller slate than normal, but some really great games that should bring us some goals. Once again we are coming off a week on which Champions League games were played so guys may be sluggish and off. So once again double check guys are playing before kickoff! Crystal Palace-Hull City–Crystal Palace stands 3 points ahead of Hull and the regulation zone while Hull is in serious trouble and a real struggle to stay in the top division next season. Crystal Palace has been able to score this season but the problems have come on the defensive side of things.    Plays: FWD-Christian Benteke(CRY) MID-Robert Snodgrass(HUL) MID-Wilfried Zaha(CRY) MID-James McArthur(CRY)   Stoke City-Arsenal-Arsenal has had no problems scoring this season as they have the second most goals scored with 33, only behind Liverpool at 35. Stoke has been a pleasant surprise sitting at 9th in the table, but will need to play a perfect game to get the full 3 points.    Plays: DEF-Shkodran Mustafi(ARS) FWD-Alexis Sanchez(ARS) MID-Mesit Ozil (ARS) MID-Aaron Ramsey(ARS) Man City–Leicester-Man City looks to stay in the hunt atop the table only 4 points behind leaders Chelsea. Leicester looks to gain momentum back after a tough loss in the Champions League.    Plays: FWD-Kelechi Iheanacho(MCI) MID- David Silva(MCI) DEF-Gael Clichy(MCI)...

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UCL DFS Breakdown – 2016 Week 6 Wednesday

UCL DFS Breakdown – 2016 Week 6 Wednesday The Champions league is once again taking the spotlight this week. This is the final week from the group stage and in turn is the hardest to predict and give solid DFS plays because a lot of top teams will bench the starters and play guys who do not get a lot of playing time. The round of 16 draw is Dec. 12 with the matches starting with leg 1 in Feb so this is the last Champions league week for a few months so let’s enjoy and see if we can make some money this week. The most important thing this week is CHECK LINEUPS when they get released! Juventus-Zagreb– Juventus has won the group so with nothing to play for once again expect a lot of subs against a weak opponent.   Plays: MID-Miralem Pjanic(JUV) DEF-Alex Sandro(JUV) MID-Hernanes(JUV) FWD-Moise Kean(JUV) Lyon-Sevilla– Lyon needs to score goals and win to finish in 2nd. This will be the most competitive game of the day.   Plays: FWD-Alexandre Lacazette(LYN) MID-Vitolo(SEC) MID-Steven N’Zonzi(SEV) FWD-Luciano Vietto(SEV)   Porto-Leicester– Leicester have been amazing in Champions league play and have won the group. Porto needs to win to have a chance to move on.   Plays: FWD-Andre Silva(PTO) MID-Riyad Mahrez(LEI) MID-Otavio(PTO) DEF-Robert Huth(LEI)   Club Brugge-Kobenhavn– Kobenhavn can advance with a win and Club Brugge will finish...

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UCL DFS Breakdown – 2016 Week 6 Tuesday

  UCL Champions League DFS Picks – 2016 Week 6 Tuesday The Champions league is once again taking the spotlight this week. This is the final week from the group stage and in turn is the hardest to predict and give solid DFS plays because a lot of top teams will bench the starters and play guys who do not get a lot of playing time. The round of 16 draw is Dec. 12 with the matches starting with leg 1 in Feb so this is the last Champions league week for a few months so lets enjoy and see if we can make some money this week. The most important thing this week is CHECK LINEUPS when they get released! PSV-Rostov–One of the few games that matter is this game where PSV needs a win to gain a top 3 finish and continue the European competition play in the Europa league. Rostov coming off a huge upset of Bayern 3-2.   Plays: FWD-Luuk de Jong(PSV) FWD-Sarder Azmoun(ROS) MID-Davy Propper(PSV) DEF-Jetro Willems(PSV) Bayern-Atletico-Both teams have advanced so this game will see a lot of subs to start and subs to come in. 2 teams with deep benches will have plenty to offer though.   Plays: FWD-Angel Correa(ATM) MID-Arturo Vidal(BYM) DEF-Philipp Lahm(BYM) FWD-Antoine Griezmann(ATM)   Man. City-Celtic-Group C has all places confirmed and this game is between 2nd and 4th...

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EPL Daily Fantasy Breakdown – 2016 Week 14

EPL DFS Picks – 2016 Week 14   It’s that time again as Research Fantasy brings you this weekends EPL games and plays. Soccer is one of those sports if you want to make money you have to do your research, we can bring you our plays and players we think may have success in any given game but I will remind everyone as I do at the end of every article, remember to check the lineups that come out an hour or so before kick off. I know for football and even the NBA you can plug guys in the night before and know they will play. So once again double check guys are playing before kickoff!  Burnley-Stoke City–2 lower of the table teams but both with scoring threats. Plays: FWD-Ashley Barnes(BRN) FWD-Bojan(STK) MID-Joe Allen(STK) MID-Steven Defour(BRN) Watford-West Brom-7th and 8th place in the table this should be one of the best games of the week. Both can score and be scored upon. Plays: FWD-James Milner(WAT) FWD-Salomon Rondon(WBA) MID-Nacer Chadli(WBA) MID-James McClean(WBA) Southampton-Crystal Palace-Crystal Palace scores a lot and gives up just as many, Southampton does not score as often but has a solid defense. Plays: FWD-Christian Benteke(CRY) FWD-Fraizer Campbell(CRY) DEF-Virgil van Dijk(SOU) DEF-Jose Fonte(SOU) Swansea-Tottenham-Tottenham taking on a bottom 3 team and getting healthy. Plays: FWD-Harry Kane(TOT) DEF-Danny Rose(TOT) GK- Hugo Lloris(TOT) FWD-Modou Barrow(SWA) Leicester-Sunderland– Leicester taking...

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College Football Week 13 Recap

The day many of us college football fans hate is upon us, as it is the final regular season week of the 2016 season. 2 random big 12 games, conference title games, Army-Navy, and then bowl season will be here and gone in a flash. This season has been many things, among them: fantastic, thrilling, heartbreaking, exciting and most important this season has been fun.    I would like to personally thank not only all of you that read this every week but thank the people who put this up every single week, ResearchFantasy. It’s been so much fun doing this every week and I will post stuff during the off season dealing with recruiting and off season happenings. I will also be back with my bowl picks in a few weeks but until then lets go one more time with the week recap.      Best Game of the Week:   Kentucky-Louisville  4 turnovers led to one of the biggest upsets of the season. Heisman front runner Lamar Jackson has let the door open for all others to try and take the award from him. Kentucky had a great game plan for a team that has been up and down all season. Kentucky hit a 47 yard FG with 12 seconds left to win a game that they came in as huge underdogs. Louisville has stumbled down the...

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