|1||Uriah Rennie 2nd XI||Neil Greenwood||52||571|
|2||Paris Spinks Germain||David Spinks||89||546|
|4||Upper Bullens||Andy Taylor||57||531|
|5||* Your Ad Here *||Matthew Hopkins||56||526|
|7||Hedgehog Corpse FC||Nick Smith||69||511|
|8||Shoelace Untied||Caroline Strong||79||506|
|9||Pretty Schitty City||Alex Michaluk||59||503|
|10||Neil Madrid||Neil Strong||80||503|
|12||Bermie Utd||Glen Davies||50||499|
|14||Panza Grande XI||Stuart Baker||47||495|
|15||Rip Roaring Reds||Sean Whyton||51||493|
|17||Pescara Rangers||Stewart Pope||67||489|
|18||Crazylegs XI||David Caldicott||47||454|
|19||Luxembourg United||Simon Smallbone||67||449|
|21||The Mindless Morons||John Seacroft||55||431|
|22||Who R U||DEAN CRIPPS||46||430|
|23||Get to the choppa||Mark Bromham||43||429|
|24||No Recognized Plan||Paul Bentz||33||425|
|25||Release The Hounds||Paul Mitchell||45||425|
|26||Real Jorvik FC||Simon Brown||53||424|
|27||Van Damme United||P Hawkins||43||415|
|28||Accrington Rudyard||Ian Williams||48||412|
|29||Jordie’s Giants||Jordan Raper||31||334|
It wasn’t too hard getting Diego Costa to fit into your team. Sergio Aguero proved slightly harder, but after a bit of shifting around and an over reliance on Burnley defenders you finally managed it. Now you’ve got to figure out how on earth to squeeze Alexis Sanchez in there. Sanchez achieved his third consecutive double figure score and moved on to 70 points, becoming the highest scoring player across the whole game, overtaking Graziano Pelle, who held the top spot for one week only. Sanchez is the form player, but wasn’t the highest scoring player of the week. It was he and Callum Chambers that combined to down Burnley on Saturday. And it’s Chambers who ends with week with the highest total thanks to his clean sheet points and pipping his Chilean team mate to the top bonus marks.
Sanchez and Chambers combined to propel this weeks highest scoring team from sixth to second place in the league. Paris Spinks Germain finished the gameweek with 89 points, and have closed the gap on Uriah to 25 points. PSG were at a low of 13th just two gameweeks ago. Languishing even more, and also scoring big this week courtesy of the Arsenal duo are Shoelace. They were as low as 25th in week six. Their sensational run of four consecutive 60+ scores, culminating in this week’s 79 point total, puts them in eighth place, jumping seven places from 15th. Jumping six places are our second highest scoring team of the week, Neil Madrid. Their 80 points was accumulated thanks to Chambers (no Sanchez), and was ably assisted by Clyne and Bertrand’s obligatory clean sheet, Fabregas’ obligatory assist, Aguero’s obligatory goal and Eden Hazard. Nothing too obligatory about Hazard still – yet he sits fourth in the midfielder rankings and is quietly going about his business.
Player of the week – Callum Chambers – 18 points. Set for a continued run in the Arsenal back four with Debuchy still weeks from an expected return
Bargain of the week – Steven Fletcher – 13 points. His second weekly award.
Donkey of the week – Chris Smalling – -2 points. Is there no end to United’s defensive problems?
Goal of the week – Oscar. Bender.