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Nine goals by one team this week - Were you at the Vardy party or sinking with The Saints?




Week 10 Results

Friday 25th October


Southampton 0 - 9 Leicester

Saturday 26th October


Man City 3 - 0 Aston Villa
Brighton 3 - 2 Everton
Watford 0 - 0 Bournemouth
West Ham 1 - 1 Sheffield Utd
Burnley 2 - 4 Chelsea

Sunday 27th October


Newcastle 1 - 1 Wolves
Arsenal 2 - 2 Crystal Palace
Liverpool 2 - 1 Spurs
Norwich 1 - 3 Man Utd

Key Results

Leicester hammered Southampton to record the highest-ever away win in the Premier League. Fantasy League Points galore for the managers selecting players from The Foxes.

The goals had to wait until the second half but Manchester City cruised past Aston Villa to take the win. VAR failed again though as a touch by Silva in an offside position was not seen until after the game.

Four more goals for Chelsea as they beat Burnley away with Pulisic picking up a hattrick for the blues and finally looking like a half decent player - until he disappears into the shadows for months yet again. 7 wins in a row though now for Chelsea and they look half decent under Frank.

Everton lost again and this time it was to a stoppage time own goal from Lucas Digne. Brighton got the benefit of the doubt for their equaliser as VAR again came under scrutiny.

Manchester United claimed a good result at Norwich and could have scored more with The Canaries keeper saving two penalties in the first half. Pukki, an early free-scorer in the PL wasn't in the game at all and Norwich are now in the relegation zone.

Arsenal blew a two goal lead at home to Crystal Palace and will be disappointed with allowing The Eagles back into the game. The Gunners captian, Shaka had a poor game and should be sold imo :)

Liverpool went a goal down to Spurs but faught back well to regain the 6 point lead at the top of the PL. This was the sort of performance from the champions elect that will do no harm at all in their claims.


Week 11 Fixtures

Saturday 2nd November


Bournemouth V Man Utd
Arsenal V Wolves
Aston Villa V Liverpool
Brighton V Norwich
Man City V Southampton
Sheffield Utd V Burnley
West Ham V Newcastle
Watford V Chelsea

Sunday 3rd November


Crystal Palace V Leicester
Everton V Spurs

Key Fixtures

Southampton will be smarting after their record-breaking defeat at home to Leicester last week and travel to the Champions, Manchester City for their sins. The Saints could fight back, or this could end up another hammering - I'm going to side the latter and can see Sterling collecting some goals today.

The early kick-off sees a resurgent Manchester United travel down to Bournemouth. Rashford is back amongst the goals, Martial is fit again, and Periera looks a totally different player. Has the draw at home to Liverpool the other week kickstarted the season for the Reds?

Arsenal are at home again to a lesser team in Wolves and if they are to challenge for a top 3 position then these are the games they need to win.

Liverpool, back to winning ways last week, will show no fear at Villa Park and have their fit again talisman, Mo Salah to drive them forward.

Chelsea are up against London rivals Watford and this could make for a spicy derby day. Mount and Abraham have been out of the goals recently for The Blues and could strike back today.


The Steem Fantasy League



Zoneboy smashed it this week scoring 80 points for their manager Taofeek Lateef and his side have a nice 19 point lead at the top of the SFPL.

Top Players



Jamie Vardy races to the top of the player charts following a hattrick last week in his teams demolition of Southampton. Attacking players dominate the top 10 - Liverpool City players taking 6 spots between them.


Transfers



Four of the top 5 subs this week are Leicester players - do managers expect The Foxes to win 9 nil again?!



Faith has been lost with Pukki as he the top player leaving teams this week - about the right time for him to score then :)


Best of luck with your selections this week!


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I didn't really see the 9-0 coming but fortunately I left Bednarek as my first sub.

My transfer for last week was Vardy, only because I needed to replace Pukki with someone else and Leicester had good fixtures.

I complete the transfer and then I realize that not only I have 3 from Leicester but also 2 from Chelsea..

For this week I'm still going with 3 from Leicester and 2 from Chelsea. This might change in the future though.

Good luck everyone!!

Very well done on last week!

Fear my midfield!