2 great weeks on the bounce sees us break into the top 100k. The previous rank of 158k has nearly been halved after jumping to 85k. 2 double digit hauls and a mega captain return were key to this week’s success.
A single point for Fabianski in goal. Nothing much to stay other than he conceded 2. Alonso picked up a surprise clean sheet at home to Man City, while Doherty scored a 94th minute winner to salvage a rather bleak game. A booking saw him miss out on any bps. Wan Bissaka came off the bench to replace TAA who was rested during Liverpool’s clean sheet. Palace shipped 3 and are looking very poor at the back.
Sane was hooked off after just 52 minute, while David Silva came off with an injury in the 67th. A bleak 3 points for the expensive pair. The saviour, our captain, Mo Salah! A hat-trick away to Bournemouth saw him pick up a whopping 42 points, the highest return of the season and over half this week’s points. Murphy found his way off the bench once again but failed to return after last week’s goal stayed on the bench.
Kane’s 16th minute cameo earned him a single point. Wilson picked up a hamstring injury midweek, which was kept quiet and didn’t play.
Transfers: David Silva is out for three weeks so his short and disappointing spell in the side comes to an abrupt end. Murphy hasn’t impressed and with cash in the bank it’s time to upgrade him.
In comes Anderson and Snodgrass. Anderson has been in great form and has scored a few quality goals in recent weeks. The second hammer Snodgrass is top of the charts for chances created and scored his first West Ham goal last week.
Fabianski travels to Craven Cottage and Patricio stays on the bench at home to Bournemouth. Doherty’s recent forms makes him unbenchable even with Wolves’ poor defence. He’s constantly in or on the edge of the box. Alonso faces Brighton away and is yet to blank twice in a row. AWB has a home game against Leicester and while they haven’t been solid at the back, the wonderkid is smashing it in the bonus points system.
Salah is home to Man Utd who haven’t been good defensively all season. He’s coming off the back of a hat-trick and will be raring to score against his rivals. Sane has Everton at home and will look to bounce back after last week’s defeat. He bagged a brace including a worldy free kick against Hoffenheim midweek. Anderson and Snodgrass face Fulham and if there’s one team you want to score against, it’s them. Richarlison has Man City and they haven’t been conceding many. However, they have been conceding the odd goal in recent weeks and the Brazilian could benefit from the counter attack.
Kane’s up against Burnley who kept a clean sheet against Brighton last week. Spurs drew against Barcelona midweek to advance into the knockout stages and Kane played all 90 minutes after his rest last week. Wilson faces a Wolves side who’ve been shipping goals for fun and should be back from his knock.
Captaincy: Kane. Burnley have been shipping goals for fun, Kane had his rare rest last week and the Spurs side are coming off qualifying for the knockout stages.
Written by FPL Junior (@FPL_Junior)