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Dom fields gems to make Unlikely Move


Gameweek 13 saw Spurs’ Gareth Bale take centre stage with a blistering brace-bagging performance to add to his evergrowing reputation in world football. Bale’s double and assist granted PPP/CTN Fantasy League managers a scrumptious 18 points to see the Welsh wizard sit head and shoulders above all other dream team picks this week. Sunderland defender Nedum Onuoha took a distant second in the pecking order on 12 points thanks to his unlocking of the Chelsea defence on Sunday.

Top honours from the gameweek went to Dominic Field with his team Unlikely Move. Dom netted his 83 points tally with assistance from Bale and Spurs colleague Rafael van der Vaart, who was given the captain’s armband to double up his 10 points. Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas also contributed 9 points to ensure the US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt from sponsors Cellcard went Dom’s way.

With his monster haul, Dom’s team made an unlikely move up the league table to nestle in third, 10 points off the pace of table topper Mick Wade, who has thus far amassed 706 points with his squad Phnom Penh Villa.

Gameweek 14 is headlined by the North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham and team transfers must be made before 6:30pm this Saturday.

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