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The whole hub-bub this week will be to take a minus or not.  I don’t care what other research of quadratic jargon that you peruse on a daily basis, that is the only question that matters.  The quick answer here is do what you think is right by your team in setting yourself up to compete in Week 29.   That is the more important question.  This week is basically a wash and everyone, and I mean everyone is either working at a disadvantage to get a starting XI, or will take a minus to get there.  The run out is more important than a four game slate that features a less then attractive depth solution to this week’s problem.  Get your team to 9 and then if you want 10 at a minus 4, go for it.  If not, relax, be on top of your team for Week 29 so you can bring in Kane or Costa.  You can think about midfield with Hazard and Sanchez and defensively you should be all set and gambling with the guys who get you through Week 28 until you are ready to wildcard.  I am no genius in this, it is all common sense.  Don’t play follow the leader, play the I own my own FPL team game.  Here are the sexy rankings for Week 28.  Cheers!

Keepers:

  1. Joel Robles, Everton
  2. Eldin Jakupovic, Hull
  3. Simon Mignolet, Liverpool
  4. Darren Randolph, West Ham
  5. Artur Boruc, Bournemouth
  6. Lukasz Fabianski, Swansea
  7. Ben Foster, West Brom
  8. Tom Heaton, Burnley

Defence:

  1. Seamus Coleman, Everton
  2. Gareth McAuley, West Brom
  3. Nathaniel Clyne, Liverpool
  4. Martin Olsson, Swansea
  5. Leighton Baines, Everton
  6. Joel Matip, Liverpool
  7. Harry Maguire, Hull
  8. Aaron Cesswell, West Ham
  9. Craig Dawson, West Brom
  10. Ramiro Funes Mori, Everton
  11. Alfie Mawson, Swansea
  12. Andrew Robertson, Hull
  13. Charlie Daniels, Bournemouth
  14. Jose Fonte, West Ham
  15. Ben Mee, Bunley

Midfielders:

  1. Sadio Mane, Liverpool
  2. Gylfi Sigurdsson, Swansea
  3. Josh King, Bournemouth
  4. Roberto Firmino, Liverpool
  5. Robert Snodgrass, West Ham
  6. Philippe Coutinho, Liverpool
  7. Robbie Brady, Burnley
  8. Ross Barkley, Everton
  9. Nacer Chadli, West Brom
  10. Tom Carroll, Swansea
  11. Michail Antonio, West Ham
  12. Adam Lallana, Liverpool
  13. Manuel Lanzini, West Ham
  14. James Milner, Liverpool
  15. Sofiane Feghouli, West Ham

Forwards:

  1. Romelu Lukaku, Everton
  2. Fernando Llorente, Swansea
  3. Salomon Rondon, West Brom
  4. Andre Gray, Burnley
  5. Andy Carroll, West Ham
  6. Oumar Niasse, Hull
  7. Benik Afobe, Bournemouth
  8. Sam Vokes, Burnley
  9. Divock Origi, Liverpool
  10. Adama Diomande, Hull