After benching Pukki last weekend thinking he wouldn't get a sniff against City, I have learned to keep your players in form in the team!
It was a great result for Norwich, and for Liverpool as they are now 5 points clear at the top of the Prem and clear favourites to win their first title in 344254 years. Fair play to the bin-dippers though, every dog has it's day n all :P
This weeks team remains unchanged, at least as far as transfers go. Pukki is back in and joins Abraham and Aubameyang who together scored 6 last weekend, and an own goal to boot.
I'm torn between captaining Sterling (again), KDB, and Aubameyang, and at present I'm siding with the in-form Arsenal striker has the Arse at home to a poor looking Aston Villa. It will be just my luck to see the excellent Sterling have a stormer at home to Watford. In fact, why I'm siding with the Arsenal man I do not know, that could well change before the weekend.
How am I doing in the leagues I'm a member of?
Pretty damn average to be fair - no change from previous seasons then really. Perhaps sticking with an unlikely captain choice could be exactly what I need to make a move up those tables.
My team Man United visit the Hammers on Sunday and after scraping a win last weekend, I can see a bore draw. City should hammer Watford, but as we saw recently, football is a funny old game. Chelsea v Liverpool is the interesting one, and (my) hopes will be with Tammy Abraham to stick one on the Scousers, for the betterment of my Fantasy League team of course.