GW Points: 80
Overall Points: 1,655
Overall Rank: 4,778
Transfers: None used
Game week 26 was another positive week. At this stage of the season a jump of over 1,000 points on the leaderboard is always a good result. I must admit it still did come with some frustration. Before the Europa League fixtures last night – the team was close to breaking into the top 4,000. Man Utd’s result didn’t do me any favours. Lindelof missed out on another clean sheet after being benched and Fernandes was on the score sheet again. Aubameyang scoring also didn’t help. Aguero missing a penalty wasn’t ideal either. Aside from that, all in all it was a good week but I just felt like it could have been a bit better.
Patricio picked up 6 points. From a budget keeper I can’t ask for much more than this.
Lindelof picked up 8 points with a clean sheet in the Premier League. Again, given his value this is a good result but could have easily been 16 had he played in the Europa League.
Robertson and Alexander-Arnold both picked up points despite Liverpool not keeping a clean sheet.
Mane grabbed 8 points.
De Bruyne got a goal and star man award.
Jesus managed a goal in both games resulting in 16 points.
Salah picked up 13 points.
Moura drew another blank. For me, he might have to go this week and Sterling probably needs to come back in.
Traore is becoming a frustration. He keeps getting benched and Wolves now only have three fixtures compared to four for Spurs. This tempts me to move him on for Sterling then bring him back in for Moura after this run of fixtures. It would be interesting to hear what other people think about this situation.
Aguero picked up -3 points but I don’t see this as a long term problem.
Tips for Game Week 27
For me the main decision for game week 27 is around Sterling. I think he simply has to come back into the team with Man City having a cup final and an FA Cup fixture. Other than that I doubt I’d be making too many changes as most of the expected players are performing well so changing anything at this stage would be change for change sake.
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