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Giant Devil United rises up to take prize

Giant Devil United rises up to take prize


Gameweek 3 in our PPP/CTN Fantasy League witnessed an erudite engagement of our hordes of fantasy managers. Chelsea’s moderate win no doubt disappointed a fair few, while Sunderland’s shock defeat of Man City and Man United’s comfort victory rewarded those that held them in favour. Our Cellcard US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt weekly winner is Giant Devil United lead by manager cikaro 2010, who amassed 83 points thanks to the wise choice of Nani as captain for 28 points along with Villa’s goalscoring defender Luke Young for 14 points. With international fixtures closing shop on the premier league this weekend, managers will have to wait until September 11 for their next fantasy fix. So don’t make those transfers until the injuries list is properly compiled.

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