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It's back to reality for our fantasy managers

It's back to reality for our fantasy managers

After the welcome distraction of the international break, the Premier League once again comes back into sharp focus this weekend. Injuries sustained to the likes of Theo Walcott and Dirk Kuyt will force some of our PPP/CTN fantasy league managers to reorganize their line-ups, while hat trick heroes Jermain Defoe and Yossi Benayoun will no doubt be considered for squad inclusion. Transfer deadline for gameweek 4 is Saturday at 5:30pm, so make sure you have your teams shipshape by then.

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