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Manager: Jack Green

Team: Lac of Klaassen

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Big decisions:

I want to bring Harry Kane back into my side, but I’m going to risk holding out for a week in order to gain another free transfer.

For now, I’ll stick with Romelu Lukaku up front and Mohamed Salah in midfield, even though I reckon the Liverpool winger will probably sit out the Merseyside derby.

I’m giving Salah the armband just in case he does start, but there’s a decision to make in who to pick as his understudy.

Jamie Vardy’s run of nine goals in 12 games for club and country means he gets the nod.

Manager: Tom Clee

Team: The Cleegulls

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Big decisions:

Spurs have won their last four in a row against Stoke by an aggregate scoreline of 17-1.

So, with Harry Kane back sooner than expected, I’ve had to take a four-point hit to bring him back in.

That means downgrading one of my midfielders.

My Henrikh Mkhitaryan move has been a disaster, but it’s Mo Salah who must make way, given he’s unlikely to be risked ahead of the Champions League second leg.

I’ll need to juggle things around to make room for him once more, but that headache can wait for another day.

Fingers crossed Heung-Min Son makes sure the risk pays off.

In other news, David de Gea drops to the bench for Brighton’s Matt Ryan, who has a much better chance of a clean sheet at home to Huddersfield – who haven’t scored in four – than the Spaniard does against Man City.

Manager: Adam Drury

Team name: Another New Dawn

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Big decisions:

After picking up 78 points last week, I’ve decided I can afford to sacrifice a few in order to strengthen again.

Harry Kane comes straight back into the side and takes the captain’s armband after his quick recovery from injury.

In order to finance that, Will Hughes – who has picked up 32 points from five starts this season and looks in great form – comes into midfield.

Adrian Mariappa is the highest-scoring defender who remains in budget so replaces Ben Davies. Florian Lejeune would come in if Mohamed Salah doesn’t make the Merseyside derby.

Manager: Will Rook

Team: Sheffield Old Boys

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Big decisions:

I’m taking a big risk this weekend by using my one free transfer to bring Harry Kane back into the fold.

Sure, Stoke away looks like the perfect opportunity to bring some points in, but it’s left me gambling on the fitness of three others.

Both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp have been non-committal about the chances of Sergio Aguero and Mo Salah, which doesn’t fill me with confidence.

That Ben Mee is also a doubt for Burnley’s trip to Watford only adds to my worries.

Fingers crossed, eh?