Game-week 7 saw Chelsea extend their lead, Manchester United get back to winning ways and Burnley add to their 1 goal they scored back in game-week 1!
This is how the Dream Team looked after game-week 7:
Hugo Lloris pipped David De Gea to this spot as he brought in 9 points after the Frenchman kept a clean sheet, making 3 saves and picking up 2 bonus points.
This week we have a 3 man defence, with the first member being Hull City’s Andrew Robertson, after they kept a clean sheet. He also picked up an assist and all 3 bonus points.
We next have the first of two West Ham defenders, James Tomkins. He, like Robertson, picked up an assist, a clean sheet and the 3 bonus points too. He did however pick up a booking, meaning he only (yes, only!) picked up 11 points. Finally we have Winston Reid who picked up a clean sheet and 2 bonus points giving him a total of 8 points.
We have a 4 man midfield this week, and it sees the usual face of Angel Di Maria who makes his 3rd appearance in the Dream Team this season. The Argentine managed to grab a goal and an assist helping Manchester United get back to winning ways. This also meant the big 3 bonus points and a total of 13 points. Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez is the second midfielder in the Dream Team after he matched Di Maria’s performance; scoring 1, assisting another and picking up all 3 bonus points. We next have Jordan Henderson who managed to bring in 13 points after he scored a goal in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over West Brom, also earning himself 3 bonus points. The final midfielder in the squad is Christian Eriksen who managed to propel Tottenham to a 1-0 home win over Southampton, scoring the only goal of the match. Spurs will enjoy that win against a high flying Southampton team after their losses to West Brom & Liverpool in their last two games at home.
This week we have 3 up top, two being Sunderland players. Firstly we have Steven Fletcher who scored his first goal of the season. He also grabbed another and assisted one, also picking up 3 bonus points – 15 points. We then have Papiss Cisse who picked up a vital brace against Swansea in their 2-2 draw, possibly giving Pardew a little more time. The final player of the Dream Team this week is Connor Wickham who picked up a goal and an assist in Sunderland’s 3-1 demolition of Stoke City. This earned him 2 bonus points and 11 points in total.