Think you know the Premier League? Show us your soccer expertise by playing a fantasy soccer game against The Gaffer and fellow World Soccer Talk personalities on Draft11.com. It’s free to play, and if you finish in one of the top 5 positions, you’ll receive a cash prize of $25!
World Soccer Talk has partnered with Draft11.com, one of the leading games in the daily fantasy soccer space, to create a private league just for World Soccer Talk readers. Hurry and enter your fantasy team for this week’s upcoming Premier League matches before the Friday night deadline. And try to beat The Gaffer and World Soccer Talk personalities Nick Webster and Kartik Krishnaiyer who will be playing against you, too!
Draft11.com works in a different format to classic fantasy soccer, in that you pick a team for each weekend or round of fixtures, rather than on a season long basis. Simply pick a team under the salary cap and watch them collect points for goals, assists, passes, crosses and a host of other stats as the plays happen. The points system is different to all other fantasy games, so make sure to look into it before creating your team. After you register for free, you can continue to play for cash prizes on Premier League games (Champions League, Serie A, La Liga and Bundesliga games are also available).
To enter the game, visit Draft11.com and register for free. Then look for the “World Soccer Talk League” contest that’s listed on the homepage. Create your team, hit save and then you’re set! It’s free to play and it’s easy to register.
As a reminder, the Premier League teams in action this upcoming weekend are:
The matches on Match Day 13 are as follows (all times Eastern):
Saturday, November 29:
West Brom vs Arsenal, 7:45am, NBCSN and mun2 and NBC Sports Live Extra
Manchester United vs Hull City, 10am, NBCSN & NBC Sports Live Extra
Liverpool vs Stoke, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra
West Ham vs Newcastle, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra
Swansea vs Crystal Palace, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra
Burnley vs Aston Villa, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra
QPR vs Leicester, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunderland vs Chelsea, 12:30pm, NBC and NBC Sports Live Extra
Sunday, November 30:
Southampton vs Man City, 8:30am, NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra
Spurs vs Everton, 11am, NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra
Southampton against Manchester City is the headline game. Who knows? Both of these clubs may end up battling for second place at the end of the season, so the match is going to be a huge one.
Plus, there are a host of other tricky fixtures you’ll have to navigate to beat our resident experts. Will Mario Balotelli return to inspire Liverpool to beat Stoke City at Anfield in order to avoid falling down the table? How will both Spurs and Everton perform after their Europa League hangover?
These are the kinds of questions you’ll be asking yourself.
The competition runs across the entire Premier League weekend, stretching right into the Sunday fixtures, so be sure to get your team registered at Draft11.com in order to enter.
We know you’re a Premier League expert, but now’s the opportunity to show us what you’re made of for a chance to win a cash prize.
Good luck, and may the best person win!
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