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Gameweek 36 winner

Gameweek 36 winner

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THIRTY-SIX down and just two gameweeks to go in our fantastic fantasy league. With Chelsea netting a sublime seven against Stoke Sunday, it wasn’t surprising to see managers record some easy scores for putting the likes of Lampard as captain for 36 points. Indeed, Bun Sobott did just that to help record the only weekly total over 100 with his team Garuda FC. This is Sobott’s third time of winning the US$20 Cellcard phone voucher and T-shirt, and his 101 points tally was boosted through some midfield magic from Arteta (10 points), Milner (11points) and Malouda (8 points). Wise choices will be needed for gameweek 37, with a selection of teams playing twice. Transfer deadline is the usual 5:30pm Saturday. Better make them count.

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