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Martin Skrtel

Defender     Liverpool  Premier


Slovakia

Nationality:  Slovakia    

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Skrtel put one in the back of his own net in Liverpool's 2-1 victory over Newcastle.

Skrtel's season was a bit of a roller coaster for both Liverpool fans and fantasy owners. While the Slovakian lead all defenders in goals with seven, he also set the Premier League record for most own goals in a season, with four. This production has to looked at as a positive, given the fact that Skrtel's starting role was very much in question through the first few matches of the year. Liverpool will look to address their back line in this summer's transfer market, so it remains to be seen if his starting role will be safe for next season.

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April 14, 2014

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Skrtel scored in the 26th minute of Liverpool's 3-2 victory over Manchester City on Sunday.

Skrtel pushed his goal total to seven on the year, putting him in the upper-echelon of fantasy defenders. Aside from the Slovakian's odd luck to get on the end of goals, Liverpool defenders have a set of good matchups to close out the season, taking on Norwich, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, and Newcastle.

March 23, 2014

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Skrtel had two goals and an assist during Liverpool's 6-3 win over Cardiff City on Saturday.

Skrtel now has eight goals this season, although only six of them have been scored on the correct net. The Liverpool defense was exposed Saturday, and likely shouldn't be guaranteed to post many clean sheets. That being said, a midweek home match against Sunderland is very inviting.

February 27, 2014

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Wilfried Bony's goal in the 27th minute of last weekend's match has been changed to an own goal for Skrtel, the Premier League announced Thursday.

Amazingly, Skrtel has now been hit with three own goals this season, a remarkable total for one player in a season. Up next is two difficult fixtures, at Southampton and at Manchester United.

February 8, 2014

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Skrtel started off the Reds' scoring with goals in the 1st and 10th minutes of Liverpool's 5-1 rout of Arsenal on Saturday.

Skrtel has seen a renaissance this season after seemingly being reserved to a bench role at the start of the campaign. For fantasy purposes, the Slovakian's points come rather erratically, and Liverpool don't keep many clean sheets, so he's tough to count on week in and week out.

February 7, 2014

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Liverpool defender Skrtel is confident that Liverpool have the strength to beat Arsenal on Saturday, according to the Mirror.

Skrtel's statement came just a day after manager Brendan Rogers said the team was not among the Premier League title contenders. Liverpool battled to a draw with West Brom last Sunday.

December 7, 2013

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Skrtel was credited with an own-goal during Liverpool's 4-1 win over West Ham United on Saturday.

The own goal not only provided fantasy owners with negative points but also blew the clean sheet for the Reds. This is the second game in a row that Skrtel has been guilty of an own goal, costing Liverpool a shutout.

November 10, 2013

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Skrtel scored in the 26th minute of Liverpool's 4-0 win over Fulham on Saturday.

A big fantasy day for Skrtel, notching a goal and a clean sheet in the same game. The goal was his first this season and the clean sheet his second, after missing out on Liverpool's first two earlier this year.