Gameweek 34 results

April 18, 2012

1 Neil Madrid Neil Strong 77 1,906
2 Romeo’s-honda-van Rob Hewer 85 1,830
3 none of the above Jonny Mabbutt 57 1,821
4 Panza Grande XI Stuart Baker 80 1,772
5 Overpaid Pillocks Ian Williams 64 1,759
6 Crazylegs XI David Caldicott 46 1,757
7 Rip Roaring Reds Sean Whyton 50 1,754
8 Bermie Utd Glen Davies 68 1,717
9 Doing the 91 Colin Goulding 68 1,716
10 Uriah Rennie 2nd XI Neil Greenwood 81 1,707
11 Shoelace Untied Caroline Strong 38 1,705
12 Release The Hounds 4 Paul Mitchell 66 1,698
13 Pescara Rangers Stewart Pope 63 1,678
14 (Your Ad Here) Matthew Hopkins 62 1,655
15 Mustard Strike FC Arron Fellows 22 1,635
16 KAYS FC Tom Rogerson 48 1,634
17 Pretty Schitty City Alex Michaluk 38 1,582
18 Inter Ealing Paul Bentz 66 1,568
19 ErectileFullfunction Alex Ritchie 29 1,533
20 Benson & Wedgies P Hawkins 36 1,524
21 Real Jorvik Simon Brown 48 1,513
22 magnificent fifteen stephen kennerson 25 1,483
23 Cant think of a name mark molloy 29 1,440
24 TheBellsAreRinging Damon Brown 25 1,404
25 Running On Empty Mk3 Dave Heighington 55 1,356
26 DIMBETWEENERS dmitri wychrij 21 1,286
27 SHADWELL TOWN Ed Carter 25 1,261

Romeo’s Honda Van win the gameweek with 85 points, and reclaim second spot. It’s the 5th time they have won the weekly award – more than anyone else. Panza Grande scored 80 points, and climb back in to the top four – a position they haven’t occupied since the first week of the year. A little further down, Uriah Rennie score the other 80+ score of the week, and move back into the top 10. No-one suffered too badly in the top 10 with the reduced fixture schedule. Crazylegs had the worst week, dropping to 6th. They did make transfers, and picked up vital points as a result of the players they brought in. Unfortunately they had too many players not playing, and making any more may have been too much of  a points risk. You can pick out the teams that were left in limbo with a lack of playing squad. In amongst the 60+ scores there are teams who mustered measly 20 and 30 something points totals. Basically, if you didn’t have a triumvirate of United, City or Swansea players, you were pretty stuffed.  

Despite there only being six games, the gameweek produced some high scoring players. Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero combined to stick six past Norwich. “If only”, City fans will probably be thinking. Tevez proved he’s probably the best player in the league still. But it’s probably too late to pinch back the league title. Swansea need to tie Gylfi Sigurdsson down to a permanent deal asap. It’s been another week in which he outscores every other midfielder in the league with a goal, assist and top bonus marks. Other teams must be getting interested. And United, and specifially Wayne Rooney, swept Villa aside with boring ease. Rooney seemed to be the captain of choice this week, scoring 26 points for those that made him skipper. Defenders had a good week also. Five of the twelve teams kept clean sheets. Jonny Evans keeps on staking a claim for a team of the season berth with another 9 point weekly total. Evans’ value has risen by 1 million pounds in seven weeks. Even Wolves kept a clean sheet. Which is of no interest or relevance to anyone.

  • Player of the week – Carlos Tevez. Only in 1.9% of fantasy teams. Sign him up and steal a march on others.
  • Bargain of the week – Gylfi Sigurdsson. Almost single-handedly guaranteed Swansea’s safety.
  • Donkey of the week – Ryan Bennett. Let in six and was booked.

Goal o’t weekend

http://www.3news.co.nz/VIDEO-Aguero-stunner-goal-Norwich-vs-Manchester-City-Premier-League-2012/tabid/317/articleID/250431/Default.aspx

Aguero’s first against Norwich

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