Gameweek 10 Review

Game-week 10 saw no middle ground, as most people either jumped up a huge amount of ranks or those who fell did so massively. This resulted in some huge scores, but also some very low ones. Anyway, here is how the Dream Team looked at the end of the week:



This week saw Ben Foster in-between the sticks, after the Englishman picked up 10 points. The West Bromwich Albion keeper made 5 saves and kept a clean sheet, which also earned him the most important 3 bonus points.


After picking up just 23 points in 9 games, Arsenal’s new defender Calum Chambers went and picked up 18 in one go! The youngster managed a clean sheet, an assist and a goal, which also gave him the 3 bonus points. This all totalled up to a huge game-week 10 score so well done if you had him! Calum kept an 86% pass completion rate, with the majority of his failed passes taking place in the opposition box. 1 shot, 1 goal.

Manchester City’s Gael Clichy also made it into the game-week 10 Dream Team with 12 points. Clichy managed to supply the assist for Manchester City and Aguero’s only goal in the Manchester Derby. His performance also gave him 3 bonus points, but he was lucky to even be on this pitch, after he was only instated into the starting XI after Kolarov picked up an injury in the warm-up. Gael made his presence known, intercepting the ball 5 times, winning 3 out of 4 tackles and winning all 3 of his aerial battles.

The final defender in this week’s Dream Team is Kieran Gibbs. The Arsenal man picked up 10 points this week, since he picked up a clean sheet, an assist and a single bonus point. Despite appearing in the dream team this week, he didn’t have it all his own way against Burnley as he lost out in 3 of his 4 take-on attempts and lost all 6 of his aerial battles.


For the second week in a row, Alexis Sanchez is in the Dream Team! This week he picked up two goals in Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Burnley, which also ended up giving him the important 3 bonus points, giving him a massive total of 16 points! Alexis showed his class throughout the match, and the stats are there to prove it, completing 9 of his 14 take-on attempts, as well as creating 3 chances in addition to his 2 goals.

West Ham’s impressive form continued and Stuart Downing made it into this week’s Dream Team, after the Englishman scored a goal and created one in West Ham’s 2-2 draw to Stoke City. This also gave him the 3 bonus points and a total of 13 points for game-week 10. Downing didn’t see much of the ball in terms of passing as he only attempted 28 all game, pulling off 25 of them.

Victor Wanyama makes it into this week’s Dream Team midfield after he scored the only goal in Southampton’s 0-1 win at Hull. Once again, this earned him the 3 bonus points and a total of 11 points this week. You can forgive Victor for any mistakes throughout the game against Hull as his goal did prove to be the winning one. The midfielder did commit frequent fouls (3) but was successful in cleanly winning the ball 6 times.

We now have 2 Chelsea players finishing the midfield, firstly being Emboaba Oscar who scored one of Chelsea’s two goals against QPR. This also eared the Brazilian 3 bonus points and a total of 10 points! Oscar may have scored a superb goal but his passing record didn’t match it, misplacing 1 in every 5 of his passes (79% pass completion rate). He did however create 2 additional chances for his team.

The second Chelsea player and final midfielder in this week’s Dream Team is Eden Hazard who matched Oscar, after the Belgian scored the other of Chelsea’s two goals, and he too picked up 3 bonus points. Eden kept an 88% pass completion rate but surprisingly failed with half of his 12 take-on attempts.


We have two up top this week with the first being Steven Fletcher. Sunderland beat Crystal Palace 1-3 with Fletcher picking up two of the goals and all three bonus points, giving him a total of 13 points! Steven was not a stranger to losing out on aerial battles though against Palace, only winning 2 of his 10 attempts.

The second striker we have this week is Enner Valencia. Valencia stepped up to the plate after Sakho was ruled out and ensured that West Ham kept up the pace, picking up a goal and an assist and scoring a total of 11 points this week. As with Downing, Valencia saw very little of the ball, only attempting 21 passes all game and taking on 4 shots.

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