It’s raining cards, hallelujah! In a GW where Mike (sexy solar panel) Dean didn’t have any officiating duties, the remaining refs made a concerted effort to elevate themselves up the table with no fewer than 34 yellow & 4 red cards being fluttered around stadiums over the weekend. Up first, the champions, Citeh, found themselves behind at Wolves as Willy Boly finished a neat move with his arm…from an offside position. Thankfully, for them, a bullet header from Laporte rescued a point although Aguero rattled the bar with almost the last kick of the game. Arsenal finally notched up their first points with a 3-1 win over Wet Spam while 10 man Huddersfield held on for a point at home to Cardiff. The game at the Vitality stadium saw 2 reds including the most transferred in player, Richarlison, who also bore the captain’s armband for many, leaving FPL managers to have a meltdown big enough to get trending on twitter. At St Mary’s another red was brandished & Harry Maguire (of world cup 2018) netted a late winner for the Foxes against a depleted Southampton. Closing Saturday’s action were Liverpool & Brighton. & the reds made hard work of holding off the seagulls with the only goal coming from Salad in the first half. On Sunday, Watford’s mascot proved popular with the away fans as Watford’s tactics appeared to be to kick & stamp on Premier League Favourites, Crystal Palace. The home side prevailed with the win, but were lucky not to have Capoue sent off for his challenge on Zaha. At Craven Cottage, Fulham demolished Burnley (who must be really glad they bought Joe Hart) in a 6 goal thriller & at St James’ Park Benitez’ guys played the majority of the game with 9 behind the ball in an exercise of not bus parking, but rather bus abandoning. But thanks to a penalty & an own goal (coiniciding with Sarri’s 20th fag of the match ) Chelski claimed a 3rd victory in a row. At Old Trifle on Monday, the red devils hosted Spuds hoping to bounce back from the previous week’s defeat to Brighton. & while Untidy missed a hat full of chances, Spuds didn’t, comfortably beating the home side 0-3 including yet another Kane August goal & re-enforcing the “if it ain’t broken..” stance they took in the transfer window. But JoMo took it all in his stride as usual as the press continues to bait him.
In the FPL, the BB&S march on, winning the classic GW by 60 points with 594 points. The
Remains with Mav787 ’s Alisson’s Big Gloves But the
Goes to DevilskinFC for their 77 points. The table is as follows
H2H fortunes were similar, with the BB&S once again topping the pile, but the
this week goes to the delightfully named Brian Munich. & the table
Well, with the storm at the weekend, we learned what happens if you try to BBQ stuff indoors. Or was it a discarded Sarri cigarette butt? But not to worry, we have a couple of weeks to rebuild it thanks to international friendlies. With suspensions aplenty this weekend we expect a lot of activity in the transfer market so let’s get loaded up with Wet Spam superstars. With that done, thanks to everyone who stopped by this week & hope to see you all over at the Batshuayi cave for GW4