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Manager: Jack Green

Team: Lac of Klaassen


Big decisions:

I played my wildcard last week and it was a disaster.

This team still looks good on paper, though, so I’m going to give it another week until I start to panic.

Raheem Sterling’s fitness is a worry, but there just aren’t any alternatives that make it worth dropping him. Hopefully he’ll be fit enough to play Chelsea.

That means my team’s completely unchanged, with Harry Kane taking the armband once again.

Manager: Tom Clee

Team: The Cleegulls


Big decisions:

It’s wildcard week for me, with Harry Kane, Mo Salah, Jesse Lingard and, ahem, Christopher Schindler the only players to survive the chop.

I had to get rid of Sergio Aguero in order to free up some funds, so he's replaced by Roberto Firmino, who’s scored four in his last five.

Leroy Sane was electric on Thursday, so he comes in for the hamstrung Raheem Sterling.

I’ve had my eye on Glenn Murray for a while and Marko Arnautovic deserves a recall for his performances at the start of the year.

Danilo represents better value for money than Nicolas Otamendi, who hasn’t scored since December, while Ben Davies and Andrew Robertson should both chip in with assists.

In David De Gea, I’ve also managed to make room for the league’s best goalkeeper.

Manager: Adam Drury

Team name: Another New Dawn


Big decisions:

Last week's double blow that Jan Vertonghen and Raheem Sterling were both missing with injury came after I had submitted my team.

And with neither likely to start this weekend, I've had to tamper again.

Ben Davies is a cheaper option than his team-mate and a regular points-scorer, while Riyad Mahrez has a lovely run of fixtures coming up with Leicester.

Oumar Niasse sticks out, but he's my best option to start with John Stones unable to get on the pitch for Manchester City.

It’s surely a matter of time until I start scoring big.

Manager: Tom Bowles

Team: Pascal Vegan


Big Decisions:

What a difference a week makes.

This time last week, I was preparing to shift Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba. Seven days on, the pair form 50 per cent of decent-looking fantasy midfield.

I have made two transfers, with Theo Walcott and Jordan Ayew making way for Marko Arnautovic and Glenn Murray.

Arnautovic has been a reliable points-getter since December, while I’m hoping I can eke a few points out of Murray before his goals dry up, which I’m sure they will.

Burnley haven’t kept a clean sheet in a while, but Everton under Sam Allardyce are not known for their attacking wit. So in come Phil Bardsley and James Tarkowski.  

As for my captain, I shouldn’t even need to say it. For clarity’s sake, however, I will: Harry Kane.