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Fantasy Articles Featuring Wes Brown

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Wes Brown's name.

Setting the Table: Analyzing EPL Dream Teams

RotoWire's Andrew Laird reviews the weekly Dream Teams for the official fantasy game of the Premier League.

Premier League Projections: Gameweek 38

The final weekend of the Premier League can lead to unusual results, but Sergio Aguero still leads the goal-expectancy chart.

Premier League Projections: Gameweek 37

A double gameweek for Arsenal puts Alexis Sanchez on the top of the goal expectancy list.

Premier League Projections: Gameweek 31

A double gameweek for Aston Villa pushes Christian Benteke high up the goal-expectancy list.

Match Preview: Sunderland v. Burnley

Sunderland are tied for the league-lead in most goals allowed at home this season.

Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Gameweek 30

Aaron Ramsey will miss out yet again for Arsenal, who will also be without Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere.

Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Gameweek 27

Romelu Lukaku will get an extra week off to recover from his ankle injury, as he's ineligible to play against his parent club this weekend.

Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Gameweek 26

Aaron Ramsey remains sidelined for Arsenal, who are looking to bounce back after a brutal loss to Liverpool on Saturday.

EPL Best XI: Top Picks for Gameweek 26

Christian Benteke joins Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge as this week's top strikers.

Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Week 20

Robin van Persie could make his return after battling a thigh injury for most of December.

Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Week 10

Theo Walcott is getting close to a return but an appearance this weekend is still unlikely.

Fit or Miss: Premier League Injury Tracker - Week 9

Theo Walcott remains out for Arsenal, while Vincent Kompany is expected to play against Chelsea.

Team Predictions: 2011 EPL League Preview

Our Hunches For England Fantasy Leagues: EPL Sleepers/Busts

With the English Premier League season set to start this weekend (at least we hope so, as the league may postpone games due to the recent riots in the U.K.), our top soccer writers give their take on who will surprise and who will disappoint this season.