|1||FC Caligula||Ajay Supeda||39||2,100|
|2||Your Ad Here||Matthew Hopkins||51||2,097|
|3||The Kolarov Mané||Trevor Gordon||47||2,062|
|4||Rocky Ba Bauer||P Hawkins||48||2,056|
|5||Shoelace Untied||Caroline Strong||45||2,019|
|6||Golden Boys||Stephanie Cripps||47||2,013|
|8||Game of Throw ins||Darren Lavelle||44||1,982|
|9||Sergio Five O||DEAN CRIPPS||47||1,974|
|10||Atlético Chappers||Richard Chapman||36||1,970|
|11||4 Lime Jellies||Ian Williams||41||1,956|
|13||Init fc||Mustafa khan||52||1,936|
|15||Walking with Memphis||Noel Driver||52||1,925|
|17||SS3 FC||Paul Murray||50||1,918|
|19||Hedgehog Corpse FC||Nick Smith||66||1,900|
|20||The Craggy Islanders||Adrian Roche||31||1,891|
|21||Grievous AngelRangel||Andrew Swift||27||1,888|
|22||Neil Madrid||Neil Strong||38||1,886|
|23||Pretty Schitty City||Alex Michaluk||41||1,885|
|24||Romeo’s Honda Van||Rob Hewer||40||1,884|
|26||Bermie Utd||Glen Davies||50||1,859|
|27||Uriah Rennie 2nd XI||Neil Greenwood||42||1,854|
|29||Below Par||Paul Bentz||51||1,826|
|30||Panza Grande XI||Stuart Baker||31||1,818|
|31||Rip Roaring Reds||Sean Whyton||42||1,795|
|32||The Hardy Boys||Alan Hardy||32||1,767|
|33||RICO UNITED||JASON REACHER||34||1,767|
|34||The Mindless Morons||John Seacroft||40||1,761|
|35||Upper Bullens||Andy Taylor||59||1,739|
|36||Sweet Cherry Pie||Jason Earwicker||21||1,734|
|37||Release The Hounds||Paul Mitchell||44||1,728|
|38||Go Buffoons Go!!!||Jitesh Lakhani||55||1,676|
|39||Baker Bum Boys||Lewis Baker||44||1,672|
|40||Crazy Legs XI||David Caldicott||33||1,649|
|42||Bish Bosh Goal||Simon Purnell||44||1,471|
|43||REAL JORVIK||Simon Brown||31||1,438|
The reduced gameweek. That’s less games – so low scores were somewhat inevitable. Or perhaps they shouldn’t have been given that four teams managed to score four goal victories. But, the worldwide average was only 39 points. Maybe it had something to do with the scorers in those games – Eden Hazard? Or it may have had more to do with the fact that everyone was expecting another Tottenham rout – and that didn’t materialise.
In fact this could be the weekend that the Premier League title was effectively decided. Any doubts over whether Leicester could cope without Jamie Vardy were answered emphatically as they thumped Swansea (defo on the beach) 4-0. The contrasting form of Leicester and Spurs players over the last few weeks has seen a lot of managers opt to dispense of the likes of Mahrez and Vardy, yet keep hold of Kane, Alli, Eriksen etc. That tactic didn’t pay off this week. Vardy’s replacement, Leonardo Ulloa, proved what a useful asset he is, scoring twice and picking up 13 points for anyone that dared take the punt.
One of whom was Hedgehog Corpse, our highest weekly scorer with 66 points. Ulloa came in alongside Mahrez, who was made captain, and Robert Huth, to contribute 39 points to their overall score.
The top eight are all non-movers this week, although Your Ad Here’s 16 point swing against Caligula moves them closer to the top and further away from the chasing pack. Maybe it is back to that two horse race again.
Player of the week – Kelechi Iheanacho – 16 points. Better than Bony and half the price.
Bargain of the week – Ashley Westwood – 15 points. Probably the best Villa performance of the season – and they still got hammered.
Donkey of the week – Ashley Williams – -1 points. Beach.
Goal of the week – Daniel Sturridge. Bit of a dearth this week