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Game week 25 winner

Game week 25 winner

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Game week 25 provided some more thrills and spills, with players from the two front runners of the Premier League – Man United and Chelsea – proving most profitable for our fantasy managers. Head and shoulders above the rest was Bun Sobott’s Garuda FC, who netted a total of 85 points with the dreamy strike partnership of Rooney (captain for 22 points) and Drogba (13 points), and the likes of Evra (9) and Lampard (8). Sobott wins the weekly prize of a US$20 phone voucher and T-shirt courtesy of Cellcard. Midweek fixtures means you’ll have to make transfers by 2:30am tonight, so don’t delay.

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