Sky Sports Fantasy Football is back for the 2017/18 Premier League season.
The new Sky Sports Fantasy Football game allows you to schedule a captain for every single day of Premier League action, while there's an easier-to-use transfer system and two windows for you to overhaul your team.
The points system has also been tweaked to ensure players are appropriately rewarded for their performances, with goalkeepers and defenders no longer penalised for the first goal conceded.
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Sporting Life League
You can pick your team of the best Premier League stars and the Sporting Life League gives you the chance to win fantastic prizes for ending the season at the summit.
A PlayStation 4, a copy of the FIFA 18 game and four tickets to a Sky Bet EFL match of your choice are the prizes if you fight off the competition to be the top Sky Sports Fantasy Football manager in the Sporting Life League.
You can take your place in the Sporting Life League by clicking on the join a league button and using 8300572 as the league PIN.
The Sporting Life League is starting from scratch this season so you will need to enter again if you enjoyed the battle for supremacy last term.
Alvaro Morata: Hit or miss?
Alvaro Morata's move to Chelsea followed the trend being set by the Premier League's elite this summer - big money moves for big name strikers.
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Dan Cox scooped the £25,000 jackpot last season as his side 'The Chosen One' topped the overall charts, seeing off almost a million other teams in the process.
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David Wagner has wasted little time in getting his newly-promoted Huddersfield Town side prepared for life in the Premier League.
The new campaign is still a month away, but the Terriers have already brought in 10 new recruits for pre-season action...
Trippier or Walker?
Matthew Temple-Marsh looks at whether Kieran Trippier now offers more appeal than Kyle Walker for Sky Sports Fantasy Football managers.
Walker was the first-choice right-back for Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, starting 31 Premier League games last season, until Trippier stole his place at the back end of the campaign, starting in key clashes against Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Our Amee Ruszkai explains why ignoring Wayne Rooney would be a huge mistake for Fantasy Football bosses.
Wayne Rooney's return to boyhood club Everton is one of the stories of the transfer window, but prepare to be proven wrong if you think the move was purely a nostalgic one.
Amee Ruszkai looks at the prospects of some of the new arrivals to the Premier League.
While a lot of English talent has been on the move, clubs have also turned their attention to foreign imports and brought in some of the biggest names in Europe.
Harry Kane has been priced up as the most expensive player in the game at £12.9million after landing the Golden Boot for a second successive campaign, closely followed by Sergio Aguero (£12.8million) and Alexis Sanchez (£12.7million).
Here's a look at who Sky Sports Fantasy Football rate as the most prized assets in the Premier League...
Thibaut Courtois goes into the new campaign as the most valuable goalkeeper in Sky Sports Fantasy Football. The Chelsea shot stopper is valued at £8million, alongside Man Utd's David De Gea. However, the Belgian edges De Gea due to his league-leading fantasy points total of 161 last term.
After a 2016/17 season that contained 16 clean sheets, champions Chelsea make up the majority of the most valuable back four, with David Luiz, Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta getting the nod. The latter is the most expensive member of the trio at £10.3million after being the only player to start in every single game during their title-winning campaign.
Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld completes the defence. The Belgium international looks well worthy of his £10.1million value after helping Spurs concede less goals than any other side.
The most valuable midfield in Sky Sports Fantasy Football has representatives from across last season's top four. Eden Hazard retains his spot as one of the game's most expensive acquisitions after a 16-goal performance for the Blues last campaign. Meanwhile, Spurs' Dele Alli - 2016/17's highest-scoring fantasy midfielder - is available for £11.6million.
Liverpool's solitary member of the most valuable XI, Philippe Coutinho, can be added to your fantasy outfit for £11.3million after contributing 13 goals and seven assists to the Reds' top-four push last season.
Man City's Kevin De Bruyne is the final piece of the most valuable midfield in 2017/18. The £11.5million man earns his hefty price tag thanks to his 18 assists for Pep Guardiola's side last season - three more than any other Premier League player.
The most valuable strike partnership in Sky Sports Fantasy Football throws up a combination of the Premier League's top goal scorer and a man who has scored an exceptional 122 times in his Premier League career.
After netting on 29 occasions in 2016/17, it's hardly surprising that Spurs' frontman Harry Kane is valued at £12.9million going into the new season. The England international just edges former Premier League Golden Boot winner Sergio Aguero, who is available for £12.8million, with last season's top points scorer, Alexis Sanchez, just missing out.
A look at how the Sporting Life recommended bets have performed.
Check out all of our available betting tips and previews of the forthcoming sporting action.
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