Fantasy Football Scout
More than a decade ago Fantasy Football Scout launched its first first podcast – the legendary ScoutCast. Since then it has expanded to include an even wider range of expert opinion, stats and laughs to help you sniff out the likeliest clean sheets and best buys. Fantasy Football Scout’s podcast family has grown further in recent years to include captaincy and team news editions each Gameweek. Meanwhile, our regular Breakfast Club episodes add further analysis ahead of each deadline. There’s also our Meet the Manager series to check out – which sees us chat to Fantasy managers with a stellar track record of success.

A bad Gameweek can leave Fantasy managers facing a tricky crossroads.

The direction they take in response to a disappointing score can prove pivotal to the rest of their season.

This is the key issue the ScoutCast crew of Joe, David and Karam address as they look to get over a below a average early season points tally and their rapidly falling rankings.

For David the path is simple – its Wildcard time. Although there are still plenty of places up for grabs as he explains how he intends to assemble his refreshed squad.

Karam is sticking to his plan of waiting until Gameweek 9’s fixture swings before taking such drastic action. He first highlighted this on a previous Breakfast Club appearance some weeks ago and hasn’t deviated from the strategy since.

Meanwhile, Joe looks back at his good and bad campaigns over the years to reveal that “doing nothing” may be the dullard response, but is often the most effective.

This latest ScoutCast episode also takes in defender plans, the fall out from Manchester City’s recent loss to Norwich and how to deal with a possible injury to Mason Mount that was picked up on Champions League duty. 

The usual features, from clean sheets, to the rough with the smooth are also included.

In addition, there is time for Karam to recommend a top differential for the coming weeks.



Direct download: Scoutcast_Episode_301_Crossroads.mp3
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