GW Points: 91
Overall Points: 577
Overall Rank: 44,219
Transfers: None used
Overall game week 9 didn’t really go to plan for the team. 91 points were scored but the majority of these were from players who most people have anyway. This resulted in a drop of over 10,000 places on the leaderboard. This still leaves the team some way off where I’d be aiming to be by the end of the season but I think the right choices have been made along the way, things just haven’t fell into place just yet.
10 points for Robertson despite Liverpool not keeping a clean sheet.
36 points from Sterling after a hat trick in the Champions League.
8 points for Mane. Glad to see points on the board but a little disappointed it was only 8.
10 points for Salah.
18 points for Kane were more than welcome considering the form Spurs are in.
Otamendi didn’t start across two games for City. Granted he was injured for the first fixture but I’ll need to monitor if he gets back into the starting eleven.
Maitland-Niles didn’t start in the league and then got taken off at half time in the Europa League. For me, he has to go now.
After being one of the most consistent starters for City, Mahrez faced time on the bench shortly after I’d put him in.
Tips for Game Week 10
I’ve got two transfers left for the month. The obvious player to take out is Maitland-Niles. I probably should of made this transfer a week earlier but I’m going to take him out at the weekend for Tomori.
This will leave me one transfer to monitor Otamendi and Mahrez. At the moment, I can’t see any obvious replacements if I were to take one of these two out that would significantly strengthen my team. As a result I may well hold fire on the this transfer this weekend.
For others looking to use transfers it’s worth considering that there are EFL cup games this week. So if you can find a player who might have a double game week this would be ideal. However I’d expect a lot of rotation from the big clubs and it’s worth noting that Spurs are already out. They also travel to Liverpool at the weekend so are probably worth avoiding for the time being. Liverpool also have a tricky week with that fixture against Spurs at the weekend and then an EFL cup fixture against Arsenal. The rest of the big guns have fairly favourable fixtures in the Premier League this weekend.
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