GW Points: 68
Overall Points: 2,183
Overall Rank: 1,533
Transfers: Cancelo out, Shaw in
Moura out, Foden in
I’ll keep my review short and sweet this week as I’m moving house tomorrow so I’ll be reasonably busy over the weekend. Firstly, I’m really disappointed to have dropped on the leaderboard. I was really hoping to push on and finish well within the top 1,000 this season but it seems like momentum is swinging against me at the moment. Bringing in Shaw probably wasn’t the wisest of moves but I wanted to take a slight gamble. I felt like Shaw and Foden could outscore Cancelo and Moura until the end of the season. Typically Cancelo then picks up star man. Thankfully Shaw did chip in with some decent points himself this week as well. When I look at my team, unless anyone gets injured, I’m very happy with how it’s set up going into May. I could easily stick with what I’ve got until the end of the season and if luck is on my side, I could well have a decent finish.
The only player (other than Fernandes) who picked up double figure points was Shaw. So this was the main positive this week.
As mentioned above, I don’t really see many issues in the team at the moment. If all of the players remain fit until the end of the season, I can’t see me wanting to change much. I may then use the transfers to target the European Cup finals at the end of May, depending on who gets there.
Tips for Game Week 31
If you’ve still got transfers it might be a good move to use them before game week 31. I can’t imagine there are many people who still have any, as it’s been a long month. For me, the teams to look at are those who are still in Europe with a second leg semi final fixture – Man City, Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal. If you wanted to think longer term, the spreadsheet below makes out the fixtures for the remainder of the season.