What are you doing tonight? #FFMLive will be back…

So, we’ve gone a weekend without Premier League football.

No points have been added to our dream teams, no dubious decisions have been debated, no fun has been had.

But, what’s this?

Midweek games are here!

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Happy days.

So, if you’re up for it, come and join me over on the Fantasy Football Manager YouTube channel at 6.15pm (UK Time), where we’ll chat FPL over a beer in another #FFMLive stream ahead of the 6.45pm deadline and beyond.

>>This link takes you directly to the #FFMLive stream<<

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I’ll give an update on my league, highlight some top (and interesting) performers, talk about transfers, debate differentials/double gameweeks and turn it over to you.

So, if you want to become active in the live stream and have your transfers talked about, or captain calls called out, tweet your teams to me @FFM_Joe.

Tonight’s edition is being supported by Lay My Bet – who did a guest post on here last week.

They’ve got a great way of making a bit of extra beer money on this week’s Premier League matches, by utilising the oh-so generous offers put on by bookmakers.

I’ve done matched betting myself, so can guarantee this works.



#FFMLive will be back TONIGHT…

If you’re free at 7pm (UK Time) tonight, head on over to the Fantasy Football Manager YouTube channel and join in a live stream talking all things FPL.

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