24 Dec '14, 1pm

Fantasy Football Week 17

Fantasy Football Week 17

Posted by: Kelly Brown on 24-12-2014 We are now 17 weeks into our fantasy football league season and Daniel Brookfield has regained his place at the top of the table after scoring an impressive 84 points. In 2nd place last week’s leader Geoff Pritchard who scored 61 points meaning he now trails the leader by 15 points. In 3rd place remains Tim Crighton, he scored 54 points this week making him 102 points behind the leader. insureTAXI remained in 33rd place after scoring 51 points which is a respectable score but unfortunately it was not enough for us to continue or climb up the table. We are confident however that over the Christmas period our team will climb up the table and into the top 20. J insureTAXI’s top tips for week 18 Goalkeeper- Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has been in great form this season and has played a massive part in Chelsea being top of the league...

Full article: http://www.insuretaxi.com/2014/12/fantasy-football-week-17/

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