Telegraph Fantasy Football: fixes, improvements and a new game

Will Cristiano Ronaldo make it into your European Super League XI? Credit: 2019 Daniele Badolato - Juventus FC/Daniele Badolato - Juventus FC

We hope you enjoyed the opening weekend of the Premier League season and racked up plenty of Telegraph Fantasy Football points - even if almost nobody started with the top-scoring player of the week, Riyad Mahrez.

Just a few things to update you on:

Android app

An update of the Android app has been released this week for any users that have experienced issues with the location settings, so download it now

Match Facts

Lots of you asked about the Match Facts pages - which you can now find for every match within the TFF Match Centre.

Three Lions League

The Three Lions League has now been updated and whole lot of teams with non-eligible players were removed. It was a great Week One if you had the likes of Sterling, Rashford and Kane - so check out your league position after Saturday's points update.

Replacing Alisson

More than one in five fantasy teams has the Liverpool goalkeeper lining up between the sticks but the Brazilian is likely to be out for several weeks having picked up an injury in the first half against Norwich. Man City's Ederson is perhaps the most obvious replacement, costing just £0.1m more. However, if the budget won't stretch, David de Gea and Jordan Pickford have the easiest looking fixtures on paper coming up of the nine 'keepers that opened with a clean sheet in Week One.

Coming Soon: a European Super League

We'll be trialling a new format for Telegraph Fantasy Football starting in September based on the best-known teams across Europe. Points will be based on league games, Champions League and Europa League matches.

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