Gameweek 31: The wildcard
Last time out we used our second wildcard of the season and it turned out ok. The proof of the pudding may well be how it stands up to the coming weeks.
A total of 56 points was comfortably above the average of 46 but for the second week running we are left to lament our captain choice.
Alexis Sanchez failed to do anything in two consecutive home games for Arsenal, despite positive results for the Gunners.
Had we captained Jamie Vardy instead of Alexis, we would be 10,000 places higher than our current position of 55,033.
101 Great Goals team Gameweek 31
The 101 Great Goals league
The lead at the top of the 101 Great Goals league has changed yet again.
Hauzinho’s Harriers returned to the top of the standings with a 63-point week, mainly fueled by Spurs midfielders Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen.
With an overall rank of 309, Hauzinho’s Harriers are only 123 points off the top player in the whole game.
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Hauzinho’s Harriers Gameweek 31
After two gameweeks in four days, its time for another gameweek and we think there could be plenty of rotation and fatigue after a harsh schedule.
The 101 Great Goals side needs a big score to really push up the rankings and it will likely come down to captain again.
This week, as planned, we make one change.
Jamie Vardy goes out as we think Leicester might be thinking about their Champions League match with Atletico Madrid.
And, in comes Sergio Aguero to bang in the goals for Manchester City at home to Hull.
The Argentine takes the captaincy as well.
Right now it feels like doubling up on Spurs midfielders is the way to go, and only having Dele Alli could bite us in the bum this weekend.
The transfer deadline is on Saturday at 11:30 ahead of the early game: Tottenham v Watford.
Good luck everyone!
101 Great Goals team Gameweek 32