The last weekend had an air of predictability, with many managers amassing some impressive points totals with their star men. Favourites such as Fabregas (11 points), Lampard (12) and Van Persie (15) had big games, while lesser known individuals such as Burnley’s brace bagging defender Graham Alexander (21) and Portsmouth’s hat trick hero Aruna Dindane (20) were dream choices. A hearty pat on the back, as well as US$20 phone credit and a T-shirt from Cellcard, goes to Long Seyha for his side Jun Pi Ka United with an outstanding 96 points. Seyha benefitted from fielding the awesome Alexander, along with Fabregas (captain), Van Persie, Anelka and Rooney. There was also a shakeup at top of the table, with Mick Wade finally being usurped by Art Nolen’s Smart Kick with a weekly score of 91. Next week’s deadline is the usual Saturday at 5:30pm, so pick your squad before then.
Brief: Gameweek 11 winner
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