Guess what? Yes, you got it, another red arrow taking my impressive run to 20 consecutive red arrows without taking any hits and pretty much all my players making appearances for their respective teams.
That’s not the only bout of good news; my overall rank has, for the first time in the history of this series, dipped into the 4 million mark. To be precise, it stands at 4,015,351. Gameweek 22 brought home a disastrous 13 points which was an impressive 33 behind the average. My gameweek rank was 4,315,652.
Let’s talk through how this achievement was reached before taking a peek into the round of midweek games coming up in gameweek 23.
Jakupovic (2) A double for the Hull keeper that’s been brought back into the action. He’s not doing too cracking which is fantastic.
Captain Robertson (0) The first BFZ of the week (Big Fat Zero) and to make matters even better, it was doubled to make zero again!
Ward (1) A single for Ward as Burnley can’t hold back the might of Arsenal.
Ogbonna (2) A couple of points for the, now injured, Ogbonna as West Ham concede to Boro.
Holebas (0) No clean sheet and a yellow card which means he also got a BFZ! More pleasingly, he is the first player to reach 10 yellows and is now suspended for 2 games.
Total defensive points – 5!
Yacob (3) Our highest scorer with 3; absolutely brilliant.
Fellaini (1) A single for the big brute as he only plays 55 minutes.
Dier (1) Following Fellaini, Eric also picks up just the single point after being booked at the Etihad.
Barry (1) A trio of singles for my midfield is a beautiful sight. 58 minutes played by Gareth!
Diomande (1) The best of the lot; 16 minutes played and nothing in return. No matter the manager at Hull, this guy never plays 90.
Vokes (1) Wait. Sam Vokes actually played 2 less than his strike partner making my combined striking minutes played just half an hour.
The Bench (5) With Xhaka on the bench with a minus 1, my score could have been even better but with Chambers also picking up 5, I’ll take the score I got.
Transfer – I will take a gamble on double Watford defence as Kaboul comes in for the injured Ogbonna.
Captain – Going to switch defenders and put the armband on my new boy, Kaboul.
Good luck and save those reds for me!
Written by Matty Kaye (@SecurityKaye)