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Manager: Jack Green
Team name: Lac of Klaassen
What do you do after an 87-point week?
It’s the question that’s been rattling around my head all week, and one that I think I’ve got the answer to.
Nothing. You do nothing.
Everything went right last weekend and I’m aware that resting on my laurels is a dangerous tactic. My lack of Manchester United forwards for their game against Crystal Palace is another worry.
There’s no point making changes for the sake of it, though, and this team is set up to rack the points up once again.
My only tweak is to bring Watford defender Kiko off the bench for their visit to West Brom, replacing Brighton’s Christopher Schindler.
Roll on next time, when I’ll have two transfers and a little bit of cash to play with.
Manager: Will Rook
Team name: Sheffield Old Boys
My steady hand was vindicated last week with a 67-point haul after keeping the same team.
This time around, I’m sticking with my winning formula and most of the lads are getting another run out.
Ben Foster has a better chance of keeping a clean sheet against Watford than Rob Elliot does against Liverpool, though, so he gets the nod between the sticks.
After a firm talking to about discipline, Sadio Mane is welcomed back from suspension and replaces the injured Nathaniel Chalobah.
Romelu Lukaku gets the armband back, despite Harry Kane’s return to form. After all, Premier League fixtures don’t come any easier than Crystal Palace at home.
Manager: Tom Bowles
Team name: Pascal Vegan
Last week was a bad one. So much so that I haven’t even been able to bring myself to see how many points I got.
Having already played my wildcard, there’s not much I can do to change things around.
So my plan this week is to do nothing, which means I can return from the forthcoming international break with a clear mind and, more importantly, two free transfers.
In terms of team selection, Ben Foster replaces Rob Elliot in goal, while Romelu Lukaku gets the armband with Manchester United at home to Crystal Palace.
I'm also keeping in Maraoune Fellaini, who I suspect isn't as injured as Jose Mourinho is making out.
Manager: Tom Clee
Team name: The Cleegulls
You know that feeling when you just can’t do anything right?
With money tight, I decided to do my business early this week for fear of any fluctuations in price.
I wanted Alvaro Morata, and, with Liverpool playing both United and Spurs in the next few weeks, decided it was worth taking a four-point hit to upgrade Roberto Firmino.
But then Sergio Aguero – who I bravely/foolishly brought in for Harry Kane last week in a bid to monopolise an exclusive source of points – went and broke his rib.
I ummed and aahed for ages about sacrificing four more points in order to bring in Gabriel Jesus or Alexandre Lacazette but was eventually talked down by my new financial advisor Tom Bowles.
I can’t see Chelsea getting torn apart and don’t think Arsenal will hammer Brighton, so I think it’s the right call, but I can’t be sure.
It’s all on you, Romelu.
Manager: Adam Drury
Team name: Another New Dawn
After a whopping 85-point week, I’ve made just one transfer for the next round of games.
I didn’t give Jay Rodriguez much of a run, but the chance to bring in Oumar Niasse for £5m was too good to ignore.
Niasse’s hot streak may not last long, so I want to catch it while it lasts. And if he doesn’t play, I have the money in the bank to bring back Rodriguez or a different striker next time.
Kevin Wimmer is back in the side in place of Adrian Mariappa, although neither sure to play this weekend, while I am not alone in hoping that Christian Eriksen recovers from illness.