Gameweek 26 : Tips out for YIRMA

Tips out for Yirma


After a barren couple of weeks for Yirma, @pedro_lamb takes to the streets


Here within the Fantasy Yirma administration team, we like to pretend we have money. With that in mind we have devised a FY Tipster selection competition.

The loser from the Admin team at the end of the season will pay the £50 prize fund for the mini league!!

Here’s the current standings after Gameweek 25:

FY Tipster GW25 Spend GW25 Return Total Spend Total Return  Difference
@pedro_lamb £30  £0 £750 £761.28 +£11.28
@mark_jones86 £30  £0 £750 £537.19 -£212.81
@ryano83 £30  £0 £750 £803.66 +£53.66


Each player must place three £10 bets (Monopoly) per gameweek. (SINGLES ONLY/ PL Only)

The bet can be on any individual result/market/outcome with the only proviso being that you must stipulate the odds at time of selection submission and it must be from the same odds provider.

In practice this means your three £10 bets can be across three fixtures or three markets within one match.

Get your tips out for Yirma!!!

Gameweek 26 tips:


£10 Norwich to beat Fulham 3-1 16/1

£10 Tottenham to draw 3-3 with Newcastle 45/1

£10 Swansea to beat QPR 4-1 33/1


£10 QPR to beat Swansea 100/30

£10 Christian Benteke first goalscorer (Aston Villa v West Ham) 9/2

£10 Jamie Carragher to score anytime (Liverpool v West Brom) 16/1


£10 Chelsea (-1.0) to beat Wigan 5/6

£10 Stoke v Reading Draw 5/2

£10 West Ham to beat Aston Villa 15/8

Posted on 9 Feb 2013, in Player Selection and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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