EPL Daily Fantasy Breakdown – 2016 Week 16


This week in the Premier league brings us 5 games once again and some middle of the table teams. We are to the part of the season where league games happen mid week and weekend so a tough stretch of games for a lot of players and teams. So once again double check guys are playing before kickoff!

West Ham-Hull City–2 bottom 15 teams in the table so both will be fighting to stay out of the regulation zone. Both teams have given up over 30 goals on the season so goals may be easy to come by in this game. Let’s hope so.  


FWD-Andy Carroll(WHU)

MID-Robert Snodgrass(HUL)

MID-Manuel Lanzini(WHU)

MID-Michail Antonio (WHU)

Stoke City-Leicester-2 teams in the middle of the table and Leicester trying to get back to championship form of last year. Both teams have negative goal difference. 


MID- Riyad Mahrez(LEI)

MID-Joe Allen(STK)

FWD-Jamie Vardy (LEI)

MID-Charlie Adam(STK)

SwanseaMiddlesbrough-Middlesbrough is one point clear of the regulation zone and need a good showing against a weaker Swansea team. 


MID-Gylfi Sigurdsson (SWA)

MID-Adam Clayton (MID)

FWD-Alvaro Negredo(MID)

FWD-Cristhian Stuani(MID)

Watford-Sunderland-Watford has been playing very well the last week or so and have been in good form. Sunderland is in last place in the table and need a lot of things to go right to stay up next season.


FWD-Jermain Defoe(SUN)

DEF-Jose Holebas(WAT)

GK-Heurelho Gomes(WAT)

FWD- Victor Anichebe (SUN)

Manchester United-West Brom– Man U looks to bounce back from a decent but not great performance against Crystal Palace in the wild week.


FWD- Wayne Rooney(MUN)

MID-Juan Mata (MUN)

DEF-Daley Blind(MUN)

Save & Exit FWD-Zlatan Ibrahimovic(MUN)


Be sure to double check the lineups when they come out before game time because a lot of things can happen in practice or over competitions that could keep players out in the next few days. ALWAYS check the lineups before submitting your DFS teams.

I can always be reached on twitter at @CFBDrew with any lineup questions or comments. Thanks for reading.