Just what the remaining 9 players needed – a full mid-week program, lots of potentially key players getting injured and no time to do much other than make a quick assessment and some panicky transfer action.  Well, that was my Tuesday afternoon, anyway.

This week we lost our highest placed team, while our lowest scoring survivor did so with excatly the same score as last week. So, who is this week’s Walter Mazzari and, more importantly, this week’s Paul Clement.

Week 31

Average Score: 51.22 (9 participants) – overall competition average 45

Highest Score: 65 – overall competition high score 118

Lowest Surviving Score: 36 (again)

Eliminated this week:

With 30 points: gloryhornetboys (Mike James)

Key Selections: Sanchez as Captain (3=6) instead of Coutinho or Son (both 7 would’ve been 14) and leaving King (Bournemouth) on the bench – 7.

Gameweek Rank: 3,765,934

Safe this week:

With 36 points:

Horns of a Dilemma (Adam Isaacs),

Top scorer this week with 65 points : A Game of Two Thirds (Jon Gowshall).

Key Selections:

Alli : Spurs Captain 12=24

Deeney and Niang : Watford 11 each

Gameweek Rank: 240,063

Remaining Teams – 8.

And, just so you know, here are those 8:

A game of two thirds Jon Gowshall
Chiringuito Allstars Gareth Reynolds
Forza Watford Tom Guzik
Hornetz David Weale
Horns of a Dilemma Adam Isaacs
Off to Okavanga Derek Fabb
Ratford United Ian Hayter
When Ken’s Fishing Ian Poole

Well, I’m of to follow Jon’s lead and put Deeney and Niang in my team for Saturday.

Here is the sheet: