GW Points: 42
Overall Points: 1812
Overall Rank: 3,185
Transfers: Kane in, Aubameyang out
Stones in, Doherty out
Game week 27 was a bit of an odd week with very few points for the usual big point scorers. Fortunately I seem to have got through the week without much disruption to my position on the overall leaderboard. I did however use two transfers which went against my strategy for the season so far. I felt like the Aubameyang to Kane transfer was a little early but it paid off with a couple of goals for Kane this week. Doherty to Stones went less well – I definitely feel like this was a bit of a rash decision. When Doherty was benched I wanted to try and exploit this by bringing in another City defender. This didn’t pan out well – Stones went off injured and Doherty came on to pick up a clean sheet and 3 additional points. Wolves fixtures do become more difficult as of now though and hopefully Stones isn’t a long term injury.
Clean sheets for Ederson, Stones and Robertson.
10 points for Hazard.
A couple of goals and an instant 16 points for Kane.
With one transfer remaining, there’s very little I can do in terms of addressing any issues this week – I’d rather hold this transfer until the end of the month. I don’t see any real issues with the team, other than Stones potentially being injured. If this looks like a long term injury I may be forced into using the transfer but I’ll need to wait and see on that one.
Tips for Game Week 28
Man City appear to be the team with the best fixtures for game week 28, with two home fixtures against Watford and Schalke. Liverpool also have two fixtures as they face Burnley in the league and Bayern in the Champions League. Man Utd are probably a team to stay clear of as they only have one fixture, which is against Arsenal. Spurs travel to Southampton but have no additional midweek fixture. Both Arsenal and Chelsea have the additional Europa League fixture but player selection appears to be a lottery in these games. I’d personally be looking at players from teams in the Champions League such as Man City and Liverpool this week.
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