Gameweek 29 was another tough one for FPL Updates, and with less than 10 gameweeks left, we can’t really afford to drop off the pace. With an under average score of 31, here is how the team looked:
To start our torrid week off we had Foster who was 5 minutes away from grabbing that vital clean sheet bonus but went off injured! Just in front of him we saw Naughton, Cameron and van Aanholt get a grand total of three points. We were looking to possibly get rid of van Aanholt, but with Sunderland appointing a new manager we might hold onto him to see if they find some form just as Villa have.
In the middle of the park it was two points all round apart from Cazorla who managed to come on and grab an assist. It’s unusual that these guys blanked, and we aren’t going to panic too much, as hopefully they will score good this week.
Finally, it can be seen that we should have gone with our vice captain (Giroud), as he scored a whopping 11 points. Meanwhile our captain Aguero and Kane only managed 2 points each.
Onwards and upwards… This week we haven’t made a transfer as we want to have two free transfers next week which will give us more options, especially with the double gameweeks coming up. So here is how we line up:
So this week, we start with big Tim Krul in goal. With Foster injured this week, we had no choice unless we wanted to use our transfer on the keepers, but the rotational partnership of Foster and Krul is very good for the rest of the season so we will take this one on the chin. Just in front of him we start Naughton and Hutton, who both unfortunately are playing each other… 0-0 please? Alongside them we start van Aanholt, and although they were given the run around last week, we expect them to really step up to the plate and will want to impress their new manager this week.
In the middle of the park we start Eriksen, Silva, Cazorla and Hazard. All three have really tasty fixtures this week, being against Leicester City, West Brom, Newcastle and Hull City respectively… We are expecting big points this week – Don’t let us down lads!
Finally up top we start Giroud, Aguero and Kane, who all just like our midfielders have fixtures in which the forwards do have the potential for big points. We have handed Harry Kane the captaincy, who surely will be on a high after being picked for his country and will want to celebrate with a hattrick (wont he?)!