There are still 11 chances to enter Totel Football’s free Goal.com fantasy league with the winner walking away with an iPad 3 at the end of the season
It was an impressive start to the Goal.com free fantasy football league on Totel Football last weekend. Several players scored highly enough to have cashed in the real money game and the winner, username “Andy” amassed 98 points.
Rahul.92 was in second place with 96 points while Dexteralphonso, Janah and NanisLeftBoot were all tied for third, together with ABK5.
If you want to enter into this week’s competition for your chance to win an iPad or several other prizes, click here
Andy’s selection of Joe Hart in goal was inspired as the Manchester City goalkeeper not only kept a clean sheet against Chelsea, but also saved Frank Lampard’s penalty early in the second half which was crucial as Roberto Mancini’s side ran out 2-0 winners meaning the England No.1 earned 17 points in the process.
His defence included Rafael who was awarded 15 points for his eye-catching performance for Manchester United which included a superb goal as the league leaders took another step towards another Premier League crown.
Santi Cazorla’s double for Arsenal combined with Gareth Bale’s match-winning strikes on Monday did the damage in midfield for Andy’s team and despite the inclusion of Robin van Persie, Dimitar Berbatov’s winning goal for Fulham in the early kick off ensured he finished top of the leaderboard by two points.
If you didn’t enter last week then don’t worry. Totel Football will take your best 6 scores from the remaining 11 gameweeks to calculate the final overall leaderboard so there are plenty of chances to stake your claim for an iPad 3 while the four runners up will win a Premier League shirt of their choice.
You can read more about the competition here.
This weekend sees under fire Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez and his side host West Brom, a match which sees them face former Blues assistant manager Steve Clarke, who is now in charge of the Baggies. Liverpool travel to Wigan in Saturday’s late kick-off and the Reds should be well rested following a week off since their Europa League exit.
Tottenham host Arsenal in a north London derby on Sunday afternoon which almost guarantees fireworks. Aston Villa-Manchester City is the final match of the gameweek on Monday.
You have until 16:00CET to enter your team this weekend as there is no early Premier League game so click here to visit Totel Football and enter your side for the next round of fixtures.
Anyone without a Totel Football account can sign up here.