With only 4 games played it was expected that to be a week of low scores, however Mo Salah’s 4 goals means there were some big points up for grabs. Did anyone not captain Salah this week?
West Brom lost again as Bournemouth came from a goal down to win 2-1. Crystal Palace did their survival chances the world of good with a 2-0 win over Huddersfield. Everton overcame Stoke 2-1 whilst Mo Salah inspired Liverpool to a 5-0 win over Watford.
After game week 31 the Top 5 managers in our league are as follows;
|1||Ryan R||Pique Blinders||1922 pts|
|2||Ayman B||Touch Too Much||1897 pts|
|3||Chris K||ManéKantéBaillyKlaas||1893 pts|
|4 Δ||Jack M||Bacon Mbappe||1888 pts|
|5 Δ||Ad R||Die Dave☆☆☆☆||1886 pts|
|366 Δ||Scott Lowes – Levitate||Kerimoglu Delight||1538 pts|
Manager of the Week
This week’s Manager of the Week is Esha Amani-Cundy (Kanga Rooney!) with 126 points. This is the highest Manager of Week total all season! She obviously had Salah as her Captain who scored 58 points on his own. Esha used her ‘Free Hit’ bonus to great effect ensuring that her full team of 11 all scored points. 6 of her players made the dream team.
Player of the week
Salah of Liverpool was the player of the week with 29 pts.
Levitate’s Player to watch
- Last week’s suggestion was Aké who scored 2 pts.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Midfielder) – Arsenal – £7.7m
We are getting to the business end of the season with teams only having 7 or 8 games left. It’s about getting as many points on the board regardless of how much the player costs. This week I’m going for a more expensive midfielder in Mkhitaryan. 6 games in he has 33 points and 4 assists. Stoke are next up for Arsenal.
Gameweek 32 kicks off on Saturday with Crystal Palace taking on Liverpool in the early kick off. There are 8 games on Saturday and 2 on Sunday.
Good luck for gameweek 32.