Who’s been hardest hit by the injury and suspension crisis that is making it’s way through SuperCoach camps all around the country? Is there anyone who can boast in having the most injury/suspension plagued team heading into R22?
What’s your story? Here’s your chance to tell it.
With just the two rounds to go, Joel Selwood requires 6 votes to join Ablett in claiming the ‘What if the Brownlow was judged solely by SuperCoach points’ Medallion. Will it give us a fair indication of how the voting pans out on Brownlow night? We’ll just have to wait and see.
|Carl v Geel
|Syd v StK
|GC v Port
|Ess v WC
|Adel v Rich
|Coll v Bris
|Nth v WB
|Melb v GWS
|Freo v Haw
Here’s what the SuperCoach votes say, but who do you think is leading it for your club?
The first gameweek of Fantasy Premier League’s 2014/15 season has come to a close with Chelsea defeating Burnley 3-1 in the early hours of the morning.
SCT Manager of the Round: Jason Le, King Coutinho: 81 points.
McGregor was the hero for Hull City against QPR, saving a penalty late in the match to earn 3 points for the away side and 14 points for his fortunate Fantasy owners. Lloris, Guzan and Hart were the only other keepers to hold a clean sheet. In selection news, Mannone ousted Pantilimon for Sunderland and Courtois got the nod over veteren Petr Cech.
With Hull, Tottenham, Aston Villa and Man City keeping clean sheets, it was their defenders who claim the majority of the points in GW1. Plenty of value was to be found in Hull and Villa’s defensive ranks, with Chester (£4.5m) bobbing up for a goal and 3 bonus points for a hot start of 15 and Vlaar (£4.5m) claimed 2 bonus points after his impressive defensive display. Attacking returns for Dier, Ivanovic, Koscielny helped them to double figure returns.
Two weeks to go…. hopefully you don’t need a rookie at this stage, but if you do….. Here is the rookie data for round 21.