Steem Fantasy Premier League - Gameweek 3 Review

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Week 3 of the 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League is complete. Did you transfer in the in-form Pukki, or opt for one of the many Man United flops?




Results

Friday 23rd August

Villa 2 Everton 0

Everton went to Villa Park unbeaten but came away without any points as Aston Villa claimed their first, and first clean sheet this season. Theo Walcott missed a good chance late on to make the game level before El Ghazi sealed the win in injury time.

Goals scored
Villa: El Ghazi (1), Wesley (1)

Assists
Villa: McGinn (1), Jota (1)


Saturday 24th August

Norwich 2 Chelsea 3

A five goal thriller saw Chelsea collect their first 3 points of the news season against a confident Norwich side. Pukki scored his his fifth goal in three Premier League appearances but Chelsea's Abraham scored twice to leapfrog The Canaries and move out of the bottom three.

Goals scored
Norwich: Pukki (1), Cantwell (1)
Chelsea: Abraham (2), Mount (1)

Assists
Norwich: Pukki (1), Buendía (1)
Chelsea: Azpilicueta (1), Pulisic (1), Kovacic (1)


Brighton 0 Southampton 2

Brighton, playing with 10 men for 60 minutes after Florin Andone was sent off, suffered their first defeat this season at home to Southampton who scored twice in the second half.

Goals scored
Southampton: Redmond (1), Djenepo (1)

Assists
Southampton: Ings (1), Boufal (1)


Man Utd 1 Crystal Palace 2

The weekends shock result saw United lose at home to Palace. Perhaps not so shocking was that The Reds missed another penalty - this time Rashford was the man to blame. Daniel James thought he had earned the home team a draw but a mistake by De Gea late on saw The Eagles snatch all three points.

Goals scored
Man U: James (1)
Palace: van Aanholt (1), Ayew (1)

Assists
Man U: Martial (1)
Palace: Schlupp (1)


Sheffield United 1 Leicester 2

Unbeaten Leicester bagged their first win of the season away to the newly promoted Sheffield United. A cracking goal from Harvey Barnes was the difference and worthy to win any game.

Goals scored
Sheffield United: McBurnie (1)
Leicester: Vardy (1), Barnes (1)

Assists
Sheffield United: Baldock (1)
Leicester: Söyüncü (1), Maddison (1)


Watford 1 West Ham 3

West Hams first win of the season, and a brace for the highly rated Sebastien Haller, at the expense of Watford who are now 3 defeats from 3 and already looking like relegation candidates following promotion last season.

Goals scored
Watford: Gray (1)
West Ham: Haller (2), Noble (1)

Assists
Watford: Hughes (1)
West Ham: Antonio (1), Felipe Anderson (1), Lanzini (1)


Liverpool 3 Arsenal 1

Liverpool made it 3 wins from 3 in the big game of the day at home to Arsenal. Fantasy League key player, Mo Salah, scored twice to cement his position in the top 3 points scoring players so far this season.

Goals scored
Liverpool: Salah (2), Matip (1)
Arsenal: Torreira (1)

Assists
Liverpool: Alexander-Arnold (1), Fabinho (1)
Arsenal: Aubameyang (1)


Sunday 25th August

Bournemouth 1 Man City 3

Champions Manchester City kept up their perfect start to the season with a comfortable victory at Bournemouth. Raheem Sterling, this weeks most captained Fantasy League player, scored again to make it five goals in 3 games.

Goals scored
Bournemouth: Harry Wilson (1)
Man City: Agüero (2), Sterling (1

Assists
Bournemouth: Callum Wilson (1)
Man City: David Silva (2), De Bruyne (1)


Spurs 0 Newcastle 1

A bit of a surprise result as Newcastle earned their first win of the season in the capital. Joelinton scored his first goal for the club whilst a lackluster Spurs suffered their first defeat.

Goals scored
Newcastle: Joelinton (1)

Assists
Newcastle: Atsu (1)


Wolves 1 Burnley 1

Raul Jimenez scored a 97th minute penalty to earn a draw against visitors Burnley who move up to a respectable 6th place in the Premier League.

Goals scored
Wolves: Jiménez (1)
Burnley: Barnes (1)

Assists
Burnley: McNeil (1)


Steem Fantasy Premier League Standings - Week 3



We have a new leader at the head of the table in Terror XI despite the team keeping being unable to keep a clean sheet and none of the strikers scoring a goal. However, 5 goals from the midfield which includes both Salah and Sterling was enough to send them to the top.

Dream Team - Week 3



Four players scored two goals this week and they form part of the Dream Team which gathered 118 points in total.

Top Player: Salah (15 points)

Most Captained: Sterling

Most Transferred in: Pukki


On we go to week 4, selections close on Saturday 31 Aug at 12:30 pm CET.


This Review was written by @abh12345, follow him for more Football, Sports (@abh12345.sports), and other Steem content!



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I moved up this week - still in the running :D

Yea it went better for me on sunday and saved my ass a bit, getting close to back in top100.

Poor week for with all red arrow. It was blunder for by me to double up Everton’s defender and siggy had been complete waste of 8million.

honestly its nearly impossible to trust any defense in the prem at the moment

I agree, I've been going 3-5-3 each GW.

I cant tell if this is squads settling into teams or gonna be a permanent fixture of the season time will tell

Very interesting approach. I will be observing you

Man i messed up this week. Transferred Van Aanholt out for Everton defenders. And then i brought in Martial as well. Hopefully this weeks doesn't turn out as bad.

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