Qatar’s Public Works Authority president has confirmed that the nation is working in full swing in order to complete all the infrastructure work ahead of the World Cup 2022 in the next two years. Qatar will be hosting the prestigious tournament for the first time in their history and the cash rich nation are not prepared to waste any time in order to be at their best. The last few editions of the World Cup have been met with increasing delays due to a variety of reasons, but it has mostly been financial related. Qatar may not have any such issues with the nation flush with oil money so much so that they are ready to invest in excess of $6.5 billion just in terms of the Stadium.
Fantasy Premier League is almost upon us with any last minute changes being made in order to take into account the festive fixtures that have just concluded. The Boxing Day fixtures may have resulted in a huge number of matches already, but it has also provided plenty of good alterations for the upcoming weeks. Here are the top transfers tips for the fantasy football:
Premier League football returns to action after the international break and the focus is fully on the domestic action after the group stages for the new Nations League came to an end. As a result of some good action just before the break, there has been a shift in the prices of some star players. Here are the best buys for the upcoming few weeks:
All those fantasy football players who added the likes of Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku before the season started must be feeling pretty upset with themselves, having seen the Reds make hard work of Leicester before losing to Brighton and then failing to even get a gaol against Tottenham, and conceding 3 goals in both matches in the process!
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has suggested that he won’t keep Thibaut Courtois at Stamford Bridge against his wish. The Belgium international has been strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid following his strong showing at the World Cup but so far, the Blues have not made a decision over his probable sale.