Another week goes by and another week where I remain on the edge of the top 100. A decent score of 90 sees my team edge up a few places. Aubameyang transfer in and captain stealing the show.

Dubbed ‘question of the week’ on the facebook chat group, my attention now shifts to a fit-again Kane.

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8 transfers left

1.7 in the bank

Previous gameweek

The ever faithful Salah captain coming in once again. It’s getting a bit boring now if I’m honest, but unfortunately its just too much of a risk to take the armband off the Egyptian when he is in this kind of form.

Elsewhere, Ramsey snatched MOTM award from Aubameyang while Mane and De Bruyne continue to be solid investments. Cheap defenders van der Hoorn and McCarthy failed to deliver any meaningful returns. Although, for 5.4 and 4.8, I see any points from them as a bonus. Despite both conceding, Otamendi and van Dijk continue to churn out passing bonus making them worth the extra investment. Christensen finally played and, typically, brought home no points.

Transfers remaining 


Kane predicament and transfer ponderings

I didn’t think he would be back so soon so, unfortunately, I can’t get him back in one move. If I could he’d be in this Saturday. As it is, I may have to wait until the Brighton match in a couple of weeks time. That gives my Liverpool duo – Firmino and Mane another couple of run outs before I bring in Arnautovic on 16th April. I just have to hope they both start as their next two fixtures surround Liverpool’s important FA cup tie.

I held off a move for Hazard and think I’ll probably avoid him for now as he doesn’t quite fit into my transfer plans. You can see the best times to bring in certain players in last week’s member’s section. No members zone this time around, but it will be back next week as we face a tricky double.



Captaincy Polls




My Captaincy Strategy

A carbon copy of last week and probably the most boring route imaginable with SalahAubameyang. I can’t see much movement in my rank this week either. But I’m hopeful there will be plenty of opportunities in the future to go more differential.

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