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Game week 2 winner

Game week 2 winner

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Congratulations to our fantasy league game week 2 winner, Mongkul Vichet Ros Saray for setting the top score of 73 with his team Funan Empire FC. Vichet utilised a Tottenham trio of Aaron Lennon, Robbie Keane and star striker Jermaine Defoe as captain (doubling to 34 points) to record the best week total and claim the Cellcard. Fantasy managers may note that rearranged fixtures featuring six of the EPL teams were not counted for the week, which is the Post league's chosen method to ensure we have regularly spaced winners, so plan carefully when picking your side. However, your overall total will be calculated in lieu of your choices each week. For clarification on any rules of the fantasy league, please refer to fantasy.premierleague.com. Game week 3 deadline is Saturday at 5:30pm Cambodian time, so get your teams ready for another round of action.

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