Following another defeat for West Brom against Burnley, Alan Pardew was sacked ‘mutually’! Liverpool came from a goal down to beat Crystal Palace. Newcastle beat Huddersfield 1-0 as Watford drew 2-2 with Bournemouth. Elsewhere Southampton lost 3-0 to West Ham meaning Mark Hughes has managed two teams this season that currently reside in the bottom three.
After game week 32 the Top 5 managers in our league are as follows;
|1||Ryan R||Pique Blinders||1979 pts|
|2||Ayman B||Touch Too Much||1960 pts|
|3 Δ||Jack M||Bacon Mbappe||1954 pts|
|4 ∇||Chris K||ManéKantéBaillyKlaas||1948 pts|
|5 Δ||Romano V||0161 Mané on the Map||1940 pts|
|367 ∇||Scott Lowes – Levitate||Kerimoglu Delight||1585 pts|
Manager of the Week
This week’s Manager of the Week is Lee Butler (TheSaintLee) with 86 points. He played his Bench Boost to great effect this week as his substitutes netted him an additional 12 points. His captain Salah scored him 14 points. Out of his starting 11, only 2 scored less than 5 points.
This is the 2nd time Lee has been the Manager of the week. Based on this and his single week score being higher than the other player that has been manager of the week twice, Lee is currently in line for a prize at the end of the season.
Player of the week
Arnautovic of West Ham was the player of the week with 16 pts.
Levitate’s Player to watch
- Last week’s suggestion was Mkhitaryan who only played 14 minutes and scored 1 pt.
Jamie Vardy (Forward) – Leicester – £8.9m
I’m suggesting a Striker this week and out of those currently in good form, Vardy is one of the cheaper options. He has 15 goals this season with 6 coming in his last 8 games. Next up for Leicester are Newcastle
Gameweek 33 kicks off on Saturday with the Merseyside Derby as Everton host Liverpool in the early kick off. It’s the Manchester Derby in the late kick off on Saturday as Man City will look to win the title by beating Manchester United at the Etihad. There are two further games being played on Sunday.
Good luck for gameweek 33.