It was a week of fairly mixed fortunes due to the number of teams not in action, but if you captained Mohammed Salah then you probably still did alright as he racked up 29 points with his three goals and an assist. The games highest scoring player notched 166 points in no small part due to the 87 points triple captaining Salah brought in.
His team also boasted Cenk Tosun of Everton who grabbed another goal to continue his good form and Roberto Firmino who also got involved in Liverpool’s rout. There was them a solid Bournemouth contingent of Junior Stanislas along with Adam Smith and Steve Cook who were the only players to let the team down. Stanislas though looks like a potentially interesting player to have around for the run in. A solid Crystal Palace performance meant Wayne Hennessey, James Tomkins and Luka Milivojevic all getting good points. Milivojevic has done particularly well for a number of weeks now and is a great cheap option for the midfield to help you afford Salah.
The LOVS league’s top scorer was Accrington Keith with 120 points. Due to there being so few teams in action though there was little in the way of differentials to the above.
The other end of the spectrum showed what happens if you don’t make changes for a cup weekend. FC Try Again scored only 2 points with only Ben Foster and Richarlison in action.