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Manager: Tom Bowles

Team: Pascal Vegan


Big decisions:

Last week was my first good one in a while, although the suspension of Paul Pogba is far from ideal.

Eden Hazard isn’t a bad replacement, though.

The Chelsea playmaker is the division’s most in-form player, which makes him the perfect choice for the captaincy.

Crystal Palace score goals at Selhurst Park, so it makes sense to start Ruben Loftus-Cheek, while I fancy Swansea’s Tammy Abraham to end his goal drought at home to West Brom.

Manager: Adam Drury

Team: Another New Dawn


Big decisions:

My progress stalled a little last week, but I’m pressing on with my Chelsea-centric plan ahead of their kind run of fixtures.

Kevin de Bruyne has games with Manchester United and Tottenham coming up, so he is replaced by Eden Hazard, who is very close to becoming skipper.

Harry Kane retains the armband, though, largely because it’s becoming a differential, and I’m terrified of missing the week that he inevitably explodes into action.

Manager: Tom Clee

Team: The Cleegulls


Big decisions:

A more measured transfer policy means I’m slowly starting to close the gap to the lads above.

Which is why I’m holding fire again this weekend in order to make more meaningful changes next time out.

Harry Kane gets the armband despite the fact that Spurs have only won one of their last six in the league and netted just nine goals in seven games at Wembley.

He better repay my show of faith, otherwise he’s heading straight for the exit door.

After all, what’s the point of having a £12.7m striker if he can’t do the business at home to a team with the second-worst defence in the division?

Besides, I’m not sure I can ignore Eden Hazard’s come-and-get-me pleas too much longer…

Manager: Will Rook

Team: Sheffield Old Boys


Big decisions:

It’s been a tough few weeks for my lads, so I’m looking for them to show a bit of character this time around.

Ben Foster comes in for the out-of-favour Rob Elliot, and he’s got a pretty good chance of keeping a clean sheet against bottom-of-the-league Swansea.

Kevin De Bruyne has been chopped in midfield for Eden Hazard.

The Chelsea man has been doing bits in recent weeks and bagged a couple against Newcastle, so he takes the captaincy.

So expect former skipper Harry Kane to score a hat-trick, such is my luck.

Finally, Romelu Lukaku is skating on thin ice, and I need a big performance from him in the next couple of matches.