Gameweek 29 is nearly upon us, and after the double gameweek 28, we hope to see more of the same. Gameweek 28 saw us rise in the ranks again, with a score of 82. Here is how it looked:
So both of our keepers lost their clean sheets this week, and although Krul did score 1 extra point than Foster, we wont lose any sleep over that. Both keepers do have some attractive fixtures coming up, so hopefully we can see a few clean sheets in the future.
In defence we saw Yoshida bring home 6 points, as he helped Southampton to a clean sheet. Unfortunately van Aanholt started the game on the bench last week, but he did come on and grab an assist, while Hutton only managed the one point.
In the middle of the park we did quite good, with high scores from Silva (11), Eriksen (7) and Hazard (10). Di Maria did absolutely nothing and with his midweek antics, it might just be time to send the Argentine packing.
Finally, up top we saw super Harry Kane bring us home 30 points as he was our captain (and probably everyone else’s). Alongside him, Aguero somehow didn’t manage to score against Leicester City, but Giroud brought the team home 8 points.
So, down to the business:
Di Maria (OUT) -> Cazorla (IN)
With Di Maria suspended and massively out of form, we have taken him out for the in-form Santi Cazorla who has a nice run of fixtures.
Here’s how we line up for gameweek 29:
So in goal this week we start Ben Foster, who we fancy to bring home some points, as he and the Baggies host Stoke City.
Just in front of him we start a back 3, consisting of Cameron, van Aanholt and Yoshida. It may be a low scoring week for our defence this week, as van Aanholt and Caneron are a bit of a rotation risk, but Naughton is ready to step in if this is the case.
In the middle of the park we start; Silva, Eriksen, Hazard and Cazorla. Eriksen and Hazard both have somewhat tricky games against Manchester United and Southampton respectively, but they are both performing well so we could see some points here. On the other hand Silva and Cazorla have easier fixtures on paper against Burnley and West Ham.
Finally up too we start an unchanged three of; Giroud, Aguero and Kane. All three are in good form, with two of the three grabbing goals last week. This week we have handed the Argentine the captain’s armband, surely he is due a goal?