S**THOUSE XI – Gameweek 26 FPL Tips – Fantasy Premier League Tips

The curse of the Fantasy Premier League green arrows has come back! If you lot had got some higher FPL scores this wouldn’t have happened! My collective group of idiots scored 15 points below the average yet the S**THOUSE XI arrows were not red. I need some higher averages guys! I cannot dish out all the blame after still keeping hold of Robert Huth and he really hurt me this week with 16 points! That’s more than the whole S**thouse XI scored in gameweek 11! He is definitely out in gameweek 27. He has an amazing run in so anyone without him, I urge you to reconsider.

So after a 1.5k rise to 3.4 million I am still floundering in the top 94%. Let’s re-cap the S**thouse XI’s gameweek 25 before moving onto gameweek 26.



Boruc – 2 points from the Cherries keeper is a fantastic result for him.


Cook – A single point from my other Cherry is an even better return that Artur!

Huth – Don’t want to talk about it.

Bassong – A single point for Bassong too as he crumbled, as predicted, against Villa.

Coloccini – Was always a chance of a clean sheet here with West Brom’s poor attacking line, 6 points.


Captain Cattermole – Great score of 2 points as he is re-united with his BFF, Coquelin.

Coquelin – A point as he came off the bench. He is back lads! Yellows here we come!

Lucas – A terrible terrible player, which is why he is there!

Yacob – Another standard 2 points from Claudio, doing a great job fella.


Rooney – An assist for Rooney means he is hurting me. He is definitely finding some form and although I am benching him this week I fear he will find a way in.

Ulloa – A wise choice to sell Okazaki as its Ulloa who now takes the back seat, 1 point.

Now onto this week’s S**thouse XI:


Transfer – Bunn has conceded only 1 goal since his introduction which isn’t a requirement of the S**thouse so he’s out (Bunn > Hennessey)

Captain – This week I will be entrusting Coloccini to break under the strong Chelsea attack. Vice for the week is Coquelin.

Good luck all and save those reds for me!

Written by Matty Kaye


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