Fantasy Football – Basic Tips to Play Online for Beginners

Fantasy football is a game that has developed to become nearly as large as the on-field football game itself. Incomplete information about this game can make the entire procedure scarier for those people who are in the beginning stage. If you are a beginner for fantasy football, then don’t get worried about how many touchdowns other team players score even if you couldn’t even score a single because this will be iniquity. 

Let us see some fantasy football tips that can help beginners in many ways and play at 11Wickets Android and iOS App: 

Play with your brain  

If you wish to win at fantasy premier league, then don’t carry your heart with you. Don’t get scared by hearing this word because it doesn’t mean that medically you should leave your heart but emotionally it should not be with you. So that you can have willingness to go with the best performers, even if those players are not your beloved players or they are not on the list of your favorite teams. 

Be a wise fan 

It’s understandable that it may be tough for those people who are a loyal fan and mainly when it means to select players from opponent teams or divisional rivals. In the game of fantasy football games, a number of people even choose players from their preferred teams since it offers them an additional encouragement to support for that team members or squad. 

Follow the statistics 

Even if, some of those players possibly will not be the most statistically fruitful but fans can enjoy by having their beloved player. It means that the fantasy players can get pleasure from sourcing for their most wanted participants; however, they may not be successful in their league. As change can take place any time in anything so one should always keep in mind that football is also just a game that can change significantly. There are various reasons due to which change can happen and some of them are because of players get an injury, the decline in participant’s productivity, best player departing and many more. Most of the situation may be particularly right for running backs players, as they are the one who can take such a hammering all through the sports season. 

However, people should remember that fantasy football league is all about doing an excellent investigation. They also have to keep in mind that it is just a game; hence they must not end their life or get sensitively involved throughout the season. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Cricket vs Fantasy Football Popularity

Cricket is widely popular around the world and with people participating in the online fantasy cricket games, its popularity has boosted up. However, is cricket as popular as football?  

If we go by the statistics football has more audience than cricket, football has more foreign visitors than cricket. Ticket price for the Football World Cup is higher than the Cricket World Cup. Revenue generated at football is more than cricket, television audience is more and the geographical spread is wider. 

With all the statistics, fantasy football is surely weighing more than cricket. Yet, we Indians and millions and millions of cricket fans from around the world cannot live without cricket. We can find many homes where cricket and football are equally loved and is popular amongst the members. They even play both fantasy cricket and fantasy football league at 11wickets App with equal enthusiasm. 

Let’s find out some reasons for football’s more popular than cricket. Read on: 

England is the birthplace of cricket and hence cricket is only played by a few countries, most of them which were colonized by the British. The British play a major role in introducing cricket to the world. Football on the other hand, has many nations participating and plus leagues such as Spanish Fantasy Premier League make it even more popular and the fan following is rising day by day. Also, the superpower countries like USA don`t play cricket and have their own replacement sport called Baseball. 

Cricket is supposed to be a gentleman`s game 

Earlier, it was only a game of “rich” people due to the over expensive kit required. The game was of great discipline and focus. Football on the other hand, well, all you have to do is kick the ball. You could also injure a person resulting in a foul. In cricket, if at all you injure a person by mistake (which is rare) the usual scenario is the two players will apologize and continue the game. 

Cricket follows great discipline 

You won`t usually see cricketers stripping of their shirts and running in excitement, except for the West Indians who have made it a recent fashion in their country, that too only if they win a tournament. Yes, celebrations do happen in cricket as well. Especially, after the team takes a wicket. But the celebrations are more decent giving it a “gentleman`s” feel where they just hug each other in excitement. Those dances and interaction with the crowd are not common, they celebrate among themselves. Whereas footballers love to interact with the crowd and give kisses in the air. They also dance and stuff and most of them have their own way of celebrations. To be precise, celebrations in online fantasy cricket are more disciplined and they celebrate among themselves without interacting with the crowd. 

Patience 

A test match lasts for 5 days, which includes a lunch break, tea break, etc. ODI matches for around 7 hours, whereas T20 matches for more than 3 hours, we suppose. People don`t have this much time, especially when the matches take place on weekdays. They have their jobs, plus they want to spend time with family at the weekend. Hence, they go with the football, where a match is done within 90 minutes and some extended few minutes. 

Football is more unpredictable than cricket. Not saying that cricket is predictable, not at all. But you never know at what moment a goal might show up and the scores will be even. Cricket on the other hand; you do have a bit of an idea as the game progresses. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Football – Known Footballer who are Less Remembered

Fading away with time is not a good thing especially if you are good at something namely fantasy football games. But given the circumstances in life, under many such situations, it is seen that people are unable to reach their potential even when they intended to. 

It is seen in various professions where people show massive potential from the beginning but with time they lose to obscurity. Fantasy premier league industry also experiences some similar situations like these and you will be surprised to know how many players did not reach their potential or faded away in the long run.  

Read them on and play fantasy football league games at 11Wickets App for Android/iOS to win exciting prizes. 

Ryan Babel 

Ryan Babel, the famous Dutch player was always eyed for his impressive performances on the ground. After winning two Dutch titles, Ryan was moved to Liverpool at 11.5 m and even appeared at the Euro Championship in the U-21 side. Despite of having massive abilities the striker was unable to produce any consistency and productivity at the English club. Liverpool lost his patience with him and he was moved to 1899 Hoffenheim. 

Philippe Christanval 

Philippe Christanval’s journey was quite heart wrenching as he started out quite big but ended up with nothing. He became the Ligue 1 young player of the year followed by his signing in the Barcelona FC. But he retired too soon and stayed without a club all at the age of 29. The centre back earned six caps for France but was never too good with Barcelona. He quit from the game at 2009 and was unable to secure any more contracts. 

Harry Kewell 

Harry Kewell could have gone a long way in the game had his injuries not come in the way. The Australian impressed everyone around him and was signed by Liverpool in 2003. He had many achievements and got awarded for the PFA young player of the Year and reached the semifinals of both UEFA Cup and Champions League. But injuries took a toll in his career and he spent five years trying to recover. Though he is playing in the Australian A league but was unable to show his potential like he did in Leeds. 

Kleberson 

Kleberson was taken by Manchester United after winning the World Cup. However United did not get what they sought beforehand. He got injured after the second game of the club and somehow managed 20 appearances before the stage shut for him. 

El Hadji Diouf 

El Hadji Diouf was expected to show his potential in English football but however, everyone was disappointed with him. He was named in the World cup team. He gave 69 appearances for the Reds and scored only 3 goals before he was sold to Bolton. He is even there in the Champions club Leeds United. 

Candido Costa 

Candido Costa was named by some as “the next Luis Figo” and was signed for FC Porto. But as time passed, he did not justify his name and neither was he able to manage his position in the club for long. The only thing that remained common between him and the Real Madrid star is the Portuguese link. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Football – 4 Interesting Football Facts to Know

It is generally accepted by the fantasy football fans that the first officially organized league competition in the world was the (English) Football League formed in 1888. Then, it consisted of 12 clubs all of whom were based in the North and the Midlands of England. The very first winners of the Football League Championship were Preston North End. 

England today has a total of 4 professional fantasy football leagues, with teams moving up or down through the leagues depending on their points tally at the end of each season. 

Read on the 4 facts and play fantasy premier league at the new 11Wickets Android/iOS App. 

The First Football Association Cup (FA Cup) 

The first FA Cup final was played in England in 1872 between Royal Engineers and Wanderers in front of 2,000 spectators. Wanderers ran out 1-0 winners partly because Royal Engineers — who were the favorites — lost a player through injury, early in the match, and had to play on with only 10 men since substitutes were not allowed then. The “Challenge Cup”, as it was known originally, was the brainchild of Mr. C. W. Alcock of Sunderland who proposed only the year before that “A challenge cup should be established in connection with the Association”; the “Association” being the Football Association, hence the FA Cup. 

The Oldest Football Club in the World 

There have always been many arguments over the oldest football club in the world. Here are some facts to consider though… 

The oldest, continuously documented, “football” club in the world is Dublin University Football Club, in the Republic of Ireland, which was founded in 1854. However, the club now plays Rugby Union, not Association Football. For this reason, it is not officially recognized as the oldest football club in the world. 

Sheffield Football Club — Sheffield FC — founded in England in 1857, is recognized by both the English FA and FIFA as being the oldest, continuously documented football club in the world still playing Association Football. They play in the Northern Premier League Division 1 South in England. So, they are generally now recognized as being the oldest football club in the world. 

But there is documentation of a “football club” in Edinburgh, Scotland between 1824 and 1841. Several documents still exist today which refer to the “Foot-Ball Club” and its rules. It worked rather like a golf club where members selected teams from their membership to play one another. The club has been now been reconstituted and plays under the name of “The Foot-Ball Club of Edinburgh” in an amateur capacity. 

The First International Football Match 

The first international football match was played between Scotland and England in Glasgow, Scotland on 30th November 1872, in front of 4,000 spectators. The result was a hard-fought 0-0 draw. And of the 110 games played between 1872 and 1999 when the fixture was disbanded, Scotland had won 41, England 45, and 24 games had ended in a draw. 

The First Trainer’s Dugout 

The first-ever recorded use of a sunken covered enclosure at the side of the pitch (the dugout) was in the early 1920s at Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen, Scotland. The trainer at the time, Donald Coleman, had it built to protect himself while he took detailed notes of his players during matches, as was his practice, and, was partly sunken into the ground so as not to block spectators’ views of the game. Visiting teams were so impressed that the idea soon spread throughout the UK and then the rest of the world. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Football – Top 8 Tallest Football Players in The World

In fantasy football of 11Wickets App, you don’t have to be necessarily a high player to perform the best. With average height, you have a lower center of gravity and then are easy to dribble, run, and handle the ball. However, you must be fortunate if you are a footballer and have the height of a basketball player.  

There are many advantages when you’ve got a great height. First, you are a great header. You will take the fantasy premier league ball on the air and score by your head more easily than any other players. If you are a defender, then your penalty box is safer from the high ball situation. Do you believe it? 

Now, let’s see the list of top 8 tallest football players in the world and then you play the fantasy football games 

Kristof Van Hout – 6 FT 10 IN 

The Belgian goalkeeper turns to 31 years old this year (2019) and is considered to be the tallest goalkeeper in the world. He nearly dominates the area inside the penalty box when the team face a free-kick or corner kick. He also has long legs and arms, which allows him to reach over the corners without much effort.  

Paul Millar – 6 FT 10 IN 

Having the same height with Hout but Millar plays as a striker, instead. He was born in England and played for Deveronvale in Scotland in the last season. He was known to play for Elgin City FC from 2010 to 2014, and the most exciting thing was that the club had to heighten the entrance to fit his height.  

Vanja Iveša – 6 FT 9 IN 

The Croatian footballer is the oldest player in the Croatian First Football League on 17th February 2018, and also holds the third tallest football player in the world. He’s now playing for NK Istra 1961, after serving Elazığspor – a Turkish football club.  

Yang Changpeng -6 FT 8 1⁄2 IN 

Yang was famous for his height in Premier League when he played for Bolton Wanderers in 2006. He was also named as the “Chinese Peter Crouch” as Peter was also the tallest striker in England at that time. Yang played as a forward but didn’t achieve as many good results as Peter. He is the fourth tallest football player in the world. 

Tor Hogne Aarøy – 6 FT 8 1/2 IN 

Aarøy is one of the tallest players in the world but very strong and fast. He also showed up the right time and scored decisive goals. He played an essential role for Aalesunds FK – a club in Norwegian Premier League and performed well in JEF United Chiba of Japanese league. This man is the 5th tallest football player in the world. 

Lacina Traore – 6 FT 8 IN 

Traore is a dangerous striker as he has excellent height, durable body, and fast pace. He can protect the ball and handle smoothly enough in the first touch, not like other tall strikers.  

Costel Pantilimon – 6 FT 8 IN 

Pantilimon was most well-known when he was playing for Manchester City from 2011 to 2014. He was the tallest player in EPL during that time and performed well in the Citizens’ shirt. However, he left the club and moved to Sunderland for two seasons before joining Nottingham Forest. Currently, he is the 7th tallest footballer in the world. 

Kjell Petter Opheim – 6 FT 8 IN 

This goalkeeper comes from Norway, and it seems like many tall players are Norwegian. Opheim gained compliments when he played for Stryn Football and two other big clubs in Norway: Lyn Football and Moss FK. He is recorded as eighth tallest football player in the world. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Football – Types of Football Pitch Surfaces

There are different types of surfaces that fantasy football clubs could choose for their pitch. The decision as to which surface to select can depend on the level of play, surface preference, budget as well as the capability to use for other sports. 

The surfaces available for fantasy premier league pitches can be broken down into three main categories: 

Hybrid Turf 

Hybrid surfaces enable play at the highest tier of fantasy football league games at 11Wickets App for Android/iOS. They combine the positive properties of natural grass with the strength and durability of artificial grass. A hybrid surface will provide a more durable surface than the natural grass alternative and will accommodate more playing hours. However, if you want to use your pitch extensively throughout the week for pitch hire and community use a 3G artificial pitch would be a more suitable, cost-effective option. 

Natural Grass 

Many professional stadiums are required to have a natural grass or hybrid pitch in order for them to be able to compete at the level they do. Natural grass pitches can vary in quality depending on how they are constructed, and the type of seed used, they are ideal for football but can limit fixtures compared to synthetic and hybrid grass as they are reliant on weather conditions as well as extensive maintenance. As well as being synthetic sports specialists we have experts in agronomy who can install and ensure the growth of natural turf for sport.  

Artificial Turf 

Many football clubs opt for artificial surfaces whether it be for their stadium pitch or training facilities. In the English Football, clubs are not permitted to have artificial pitches in their stadiums but can train on them. Many clubs below this level will select artificial surfaces to maximize their playing hours. In Scotland however, clubs at all level of the game are permitted to play on artificial pitches. The types of artificial surfaces for football can be broken down into the following categories: 

– Tufted Pitches- Traditional artificial pitches are manufactured by a process known as tufting, the yarn is punched through a backing membrane and held in place with a special coating. Tufted products can meet the needs of both clubs and educational facilities at an affordable price 

– Woven Pitches- The turf fibres remain upright resulting in the best ball and playing characteristics for rugby and football. In contrast to standard tufted carpets, the weaving process brings together the pile and backing yarns to form the woven turf, offering unrivalled strength and stability. 

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Fantasy Football – 5 Debated Facts of Soccer Balls

Soccer or fantasy football at 11Wickets App for Android/iOS users is the world’s most broadly practised sport and has been since ancient times. Thus, it’s pretty fair to assume that the sport’s ball has undergone plenty of modifications and transformations throughout the years. 

While it has a similar origin to the Football, it also has its own unique story. Find out just how little you actually know about fantasy premier league and soccer balls and their distinct lineage through time: 

Ancient Soccer Balls 

Soccer balls or the fantasy football league balls have the most ancient history of all sports balls, so much so that their exact origins can’t even be decided upon. Instead, researchers of the sport have simply come to the conclusion that the sport was somehow played in various parts of the world nearly simultaneously. Four major variations exist in the early history of the soccer ball; one for each of four very different cultures. 

The Chinese created a sort of soccer ball that was basically a thick bunch of animal skin rolled and stuffed together to form a sphere. As for the Egyptians, soccer balls were often constructed primarily of linen pouches filled with seeds. The Mayans and Aztecs made most of their soccer balls from the latex of rubber wood. Finally, the Greeks had a technique for constructing their own soccer balls that was similar to that of the Egyptians in that they used linen pouches; however, their soccer balls were filled with hair instead of seeds.  

Soccer balls used to be more “headstrong” 

Scientists found out that the Maya used severed human heads as soccer balls to play games with when the mood hit them to do so. After all, it’s much easier to get a goal if the goalie doesn’t want the “ball” kissing his hands. 

According to pre-medieval legend, an entire village would try to kick a skull along a path to a nearby village’s square whilst the opposing village would in turn attempt to kick the skull to the first village’s square. If you’re wondering how these joyous games turned out, you should probably note that the only rule for the game was “no manslaughter.” 

Bladders Wrapped in Leather 

Over time, as the sport gained ground throughout the world, balls began to take on a much more generalized form. Hand blown pigs bladders wrapped in leather were utilized as soccer balls, as we mentioned in our article about the History of Footballs. This type of ball dominated for centuries… until 1855: 

Charles Goodyear Soccer Ball 

It was the Charles Goodyear soccer ball (aptly named after its creator) that took the soccer world by storm in 1855. It was made using a singular rubber technology invented by Goodyear himself that is known as vulcanization. This technology allowed rubber to be treated beforehand to rid it of its susceptibility to hot playing temperatures without causing it to lose its bounce. 

Basically, vulcanized rubber was much more solidified and durable than typical rubber and therefore would not melt or become deformed from normal use. This, of course, allowed the game to be played much more effectively and enjoyably than ever before. 

In the first World Cup, two balls were used 

The world’s first soccer cup was held in Uruguay in 1930 with Uruguay competing against Argentina. The teams saw each other’s balls (don’t overthink that statement) and threw a bit of a hissy fit over which one they were to use during the actual match. In the end, they decided to compromise and play the first half of the game with Argentina’s ball before wrapping things up in the game’s second half with Uruguay’s ball. Argentina won the first half with their special ball, but were then beaten by Uruguay (4-2) during the second half after making the agreed-upon switch. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Football – A Look at the Football Penalties

In every fantasy football of 11Wickets App or live football match, there is one inevitable fact, hearts will be broken by the terrifying emotions of the penalty shootout. If 90 minutes of International football, followed by a nail-biting additional 30 minutes cannot divide two teams then they are faced with a penalty shootout 

Fantasy premier league lovers’ hearts flutter at the mere mention of the two dreaded words as they know more than most the feelings of failure in the alternate kick format of the game. So, we have a look at the theory behind a successful penalty. 

Make a firm decision and stick to it 

If the nerves of appearing on the greatest stage are not quite enough if the moment of a personal battle against a foreign goalkeeper in front of millions of television onlookers does not have the hairs on the back of your neck standing up then try the decision of how to take the penalty. Should you place it with precision or strike it hard? Force the goalkeeper into the first move or take it early? The advice of psychologists is to make an early decision and to stick to it. Changing your mind at the last moment only breeds doubt which increases the chance of failure. Penalty taking really is a case of mind over matter 

What part of the goal to aim for? 

Low into the bottom corners? High into the top corners? Or simply keep it straight in anticipation of a goalkeeper dive? There is not enough time to react so a kick placed in this area would have a 100% strike rate. Some players blast the ball straight down the middle, assuming that the goalkeeper will move, but it is not always successful” 

Who should take the penalty’s 

An initial 5 are to be chosen with more on the waiting list in case the teams are not equal after the 5 set kicks. In a fantasy football game tournament such where everything is to play for, one of a coach’s most important decisions is that of ‘Who should take the 5 penalties?’ Coach may evaluate which players strike the ball most cleanly, which players are most comfortable in one on one situations, strikers, for example, others may look into the psychology of their players mind’s and select the footballers who react best to high-pressure situations. The most successful spot-kick teams will incorporate all of these factors but will also consider other variable factors such as player fatigue, player’s influence over the past 120 minutes and of course research undertaken on the opponent’s goalkeeper and past saves he has made in the past. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

Fantasy Football – 7 Annoying Stuffs to Avoid in the Sport

The fantasy football season is around the corner and we bet that you are trying out the 11Wickets App for drafting your online football team. 

Playing fantasy premier league games using your football knowledge is an interesting and exciting pastime. There are many stuffs you shouldn’t do when you are online playing this strategic game. 

Let us take a look on those stuffs and try not to repeat them while playing our next fantasy football league game. Read on now: 

Don’t tell anybody about your team 

By now you should know that nobody cares about your fantasy team. So, don’t be that person that goes into work and starts telling everyone around you how your team played in the last game. Nobody in the entire world cares about your team so if you are ever thinking about bringing it up, just don’t. Bring up anything else. Except for politics. That’s annoying, too. 

Don’t post/tweet angry things when you think the player is underperforming 

Venting your frustrations on a player of your team at social media won’t help you in winning the game. Hence, stop posting about the speculated underperforming player of your team and plan out your best strategies to win a game. 

Don’t take a lot of time with each of your picks during the draft 

The best draft is a fast draft, so don’t you dare think about taking up all of your allotted time on any of your picks. You really should need only 10 seconds to make a pick. No excuses. This isn’t rocket science. It’s not hard. All drafts now have the best available players listed right there on your screen so take the next best available player you’re looking for. 

Don’t give up on your team 

You owe it to your fellow league members, who are also most likely your friends, to keep things competitive for everyone, especially if money is on the line. 

Don’t cheer when your opponent’s star player gets hurt 

Don’t clap or pump a fist when your opponent’s top player gets helped off the field. Be better than this. So much better than this. These football players are real people, don’t ever forget that. 

Don’t be the last person to pay your league fees 

Don’t make the commissioner of your league chase you down for your payment. With all the payment gateway at 11wickets.com, there are no excuses to not getting your money in early.  

Thanks for reading!  Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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Fantasy Football – Just Like the Real Sport

There are plenty of fantasy football games at 11Wickets App for you to play online. Many of these games offer hours of fun (and time-wasting) and many of them also have in-depth leaderboards and stats for you to keep track of. While they are not quite the real thing, they are still just as fun for you. 

There is no greater thrill than the thrill of sports, and for those times when you cannot actually play sports, and online football games can be elated tide you over. Technology has come a long way, while previously online sports games were text-only you only read stats, these days many of them are fully graphical and have constantly updated stats. If you’re into football, then this likely sounds like a great time. It is, the amount of interactivity that is available on online games these days is simply amazing. 

You can go one of a few ways when trying to play fantasy premier league games. There are, of course, old standards, which are the text only games. These are good for people who are fond of keeping track of statistics. These can either keep track of fictional teams, or they can even keep track of real teams. However, there is not much more in the way of interactivity with these types of games. 

Range of fantasy football games found online 

For something more exciting, there are interactive games available online. These games allow you to get right into the action with whatever teams that the site allows you to play with, and often were personal and team statistics are saved on the server. This allows you to compete with other players both directly and via statistics. These sites also have leaderboards so that you can see which teams and players are on top so you know he can try to dethrone. 

Overall, the more interactive experience is definitely within football games. These games give you the real feeling of playing football on your computer and the thrill of competition all in one go. What’s more, is that many of these sites now have very high end and realistic graphics which can really put you into the game. If you never played football of these sites before, now is definitely the time to do it. 

Fantasy football gives an unparalleled experience 

The fact of the matter is, playing fantasy football games can give you an unparalleled experience. While you are not actually playing the game in real life, you are doing the next best thing. Not only that, but you are also actively competing. On our football games are greatly you spend your free time, and while they do not reward you physically, they do reward you mentally. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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