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Manager: Jack Green

Team name: Lac of Klaassen

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Big decisions:

I got away with one last week.

My decision to captain Raheem Sterling almost backfired spectacularly as the winger didn’t play a single minute for Manchester City.

Thankfully, however, Harry Kane stepped up as vice-captain and saved my skin with 32 points.

I’ll admit that the misstep shook me, but this team is still receiving admiring glances around the office and no major changes are necessary.

I’ve brought in John Stones for Ben Davies, as the Tottenham defender looks likely to rotate with their various other full-backs now that they are all fit.

Kane takes back the armband. It’ll probably be a while before he loses it again.

Manager: Tom Bowles

Team: Pascal Vegan

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Big decisions: Where do I start? I don’t like my defence, have got doubts about my midfielders and think my strikers could improve.

I can’t afford to burn two transfers getting Harry Kane out and back in, so captain Romelu Lukaku and Tammy Abraham lead the line.

In midfield, Tom Cleverley replaces Maraoune Fellaini, who should have been sold as soon as he was injured. That means I can get a Manchester United defender – probably Phil Jones - in next week.

In defence, I’m hoping Ben Davies starts for Spurs, and that Ahmed Hegazi’s West Bom avoid a shellacking at home to Manchester City.

Roll on next week.

Manager: Will Rook

Team name: Sheffield Old Boys

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Big decisions:

Like the vast majority of the FPL world, Harry Kane’s injury has given me a bit of a selection headache.

Alexandre Lacazette at home to Swansea should prove a decent replacement for a week or two, though, so I’m not especially worried.

Elsewhere, there aren’t any changes that need to be made after a 68-point week.

The dressing room is full of confidence and ready to do me proud again.

Manager: Tom Clee

Team name: The Cleegulls

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Big decisions:

Thankfully, a double transfer means Kane’s hamstring hasn’t proved quite as ruinous to my hopes as it will have done for others.

I’d rather have Alexandre Lacazette up front anyway this weekend, and have funds in the bank to bring Kane straight back in next week if he recovers.

I’ve used my other sub to replace Ben Davies – who hasn’t been fully fit and is now being pushed by Danny Rose – with Nicolas Otamendi.

I’ve never really rated the Argentine but Manchester City’s dominance means he’s raking in the points and is even popping up with the odd goal.

Another Jose Mourinho snooze-fest would be no bad thing with Hugo Lloris in goal and Phil Jones at the back, while my midfielders have what look, on paper, to be some easy matches.

I’m feeling fairly optimistic.

Manager: Adam Drury

Team name: Another New Dawn

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Big decisions:

Harry Kane’s injury has thwarted my hopes of going unchanged this week, but I’m fairly happy with Alexandre Lacazette as a short-term replacement for Arsenal’s home game with Swansea.

He has scored in all but one of the Gunners’ league matches at the Emirates, and will certainly benefit if Mesut Ozil is in the same mesmerising form as last weekend at Everton.

Kane will come straight back in as soon as he is fit.

Watford’s switch to a three-man defence has allowed Adrian Mariappa more playing time than I expected, but I fear that luck may run out this week.