We’re once again giving you our loves and hates for each week in a segment called “Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em”.  You should know the drill, but if you don’t, we pick one option from each position.  Pretty cut and dry, and quite simply… basic.  It is more based on my feelings and gut approach for the week’S upcoming and changes from week-to-week.  I look at match-ups and form to formulate my craziness.  It’s like musical chairs, without all the screaming kids and regretful feeling of loss. So sit back, relax, and have a look at who we would start and sit based on match-ups and value. It’s Fantasy Premier League Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em, Week 34 (plus a sleeper/under-owned fella that should be owned and isn’t).

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Short week for info, but still, none the less, you get rankings.   With Week 34 doubles over and everyone basking in the hondo or above, you scored.  And yes, you should have scored a 100 or more.  If you didn’t, you either can’t read what I write from week in and week out or your team is dead and it totally reverts back to point number one.  This week’s transfer ideas are blah-squared, as you are most likely stuck with what you have or you have to make an emergency transfer or two to either use one of your chips or to just field a roster.  Most teams this week will be doing one of two things using their wildcard to fill out their team that they sold out weeks in advance to field a competitive double team, or they will be holding fast and pocketing their transfer for next weeks broader schedule.  Either way there is no wrong answer here, because you still have to field a competitive team regardless of how you get there.  So stay strong with your three gunners, three Liverpool (though there may be a rotation again) and try and field the best XI possible. So here is the Week 35 rankings, good luck and Cheers!

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Short turn around week leads to a mass entry!  It’s like regular soup, but the condensed version.   The biggest questions everyone has are: who… and if the players you rely on week-in-and-week out are going to be in lineups just two days after mostly all were featured.  Its a conundrum that is difficult to counteract because of the limit of transfers that we are allotted.  Hopefully everyone has a nice healthy bench with usable options just in case, that seems like the best defense for this.  Hope everyone enjoyed the Boxing Day festivities and are ready for the next to fixtures which come in quick procession…

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All it took was a visit to the friendly confines of Vitality Stadium. Only appropriate that a building named Vitality would be the place where the mighty Harry Kane’s season springs to life. That last sentence is the exact way I would start a post if I wrote for the Bleacher Report. Then again I did write it and include it in my post, so maybe I’m no better. Regardless, in what has become a weekly feature of the Premier League, Bournemouth shipped goals left and right. A season that started with so much promise for the Cherries is now slipping away. The lesson to be taken from the past two weeks is this, “Target attackers in matchups with Bournemouth”. As for the obvious Harry Kane question, is he back? The answer is simple, he never really went away in the first place. The chances were there, he just wasn’t finishing them. Hopefully this will boost his confidence and get Harry back on the good foot. Don’t forget he didn’t even begin scoring until November of last year, so we’re a few weeks ahead of last season’s pace as crazy as that sounds. So is he worth transferring in at £9.2? Sure, I can see jumping on the discount and moving out Pelle, Lukaku, or Martial. You know Kane is starting every week, and we witnessed what a confident Kane could do last term. So snatch him up before the price jumps, next week’s home fixture vs a manager-less Villa makes the move even more appealing. Here’s what else I saw in Matchweek 10.

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I know you were all sitting on the end of your seat waiting, pining for the scores and facilitators to come out.  Well you ask we provide.  That’s what we do here at Razzball we are givers.  We are the Unicef of fantasy knowledge that we give away for free to all the peeps.  So the Forwards and Midfielder rankings were much tougher to rank for Ralph and myself.  The diversity of the midfielder rankings is what makes it by far the most important position in fantasy.  The price between top and bottom and the talent that fills in the gooey core is vital to contstructing a championship caliber team.  From a personal not when constructing a midfielder group I like to put guys into 4 categories and make sure I have at least one guy from each group.  I do these usually by price, with a side of my own mental capacity and some luck.  So here’s the Middies and glory hound forward rankings for the 2015/16 season.

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