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Gameweek Six Preview: Graphical Aid

September 16, 2015

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The shadow of the first five FPL GW's has been cast, and for most the points have come at a premium. The obvious Hype Trains have involved Man City's big budget talent, as well as value midfielders and forwards. Nine differentials made up GW5's Dream Team, and in a league defined by small measures, the chaos to board the players turning a points profit, is giving our fantasy game a singular vision, a singular team outline. For Gameweek Six we have spent some time dedicating towards the return of European football, and it's impact on the FPL.

 

 

Each and every week on our Weekly Hype page we look at the next FPL GW. Starting with the opening weekend, we provide our pro 'Scout Picks', whilst we run down the best options in every position. Being the second week, we've included the players who have boarded the actual 'Hype Train' - the hype players.

 

So here's what's on the Weekly Hype for the sixth weekend of BPL action, including some dedicated graphics about the challenge of Europe and the FPL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The transfer deadline is once again at the same time - Saturday 19th September at 11.45am (UK time). FPL lovers only have two days of FPL action this week, with a delicious Sunday with Liverpool hosting Norwich and Man United travelling to Southampton. The Hype Team might be around this weekend to provide live FPL coverage throughout the weekend over on our Twitter account - @RealHypeTrain - with live FPL score charts and updates from the Premier League.

 

Until then, muse over our Weekly Hype page, and we wish your teams the best for the upcoming GW6.

 

All aboard.

 

 

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