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AHHHH, short weeks ruin stuff like rankings and decision-making.  Well, the skippers of many teams ruin that by rotations and selection conundrums.  That doesn’t even factor into the equation the fitness levels of some high-test fantasy players.  Unfortunately the best strategy is to have a strong enough bench just in case those situations where substitutes come into play.  You don’t need three quality subs, but it doesn’t hurt to say, have two that actually play from week-to-week, that unfortunately gather dust on your bench.  A crisp two points from a player is better then a straight zero.  So think wisely with your main goal in building toward another fast game week set over the weekend and the eventual DGW’s that are coming.  Here are the Fantasy Premier league Rankings for Week 31,  Cheers!

Keepers:

  1. David de Gea, Man United
  2. Hugo Lloris, Spurs
  3. Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester
  4. Tom Heaton, Burnley
  5. Simon Mignolet, Liverpool
  6. Eldin Jakupovic, Hull
  7. Victor Valdes, Middlesbrough
  8. Ben Foster, West Brom
  9. Wayne Hennessey, Crystal Palace
  10. Petr Cech, Arsenal
  11. Lee Grant, Stoke

Defense:

  1. Antonio Valencia, Man United
  2. Kyle Walker, Spurs
  3. Toby Alderweireld, Spurs
  4. Christian Fuchs, Leicester
  5. Hector Bellerin, Arsenal
  6. Ben Davies, Spurs
  7. Leighton Baines, Everton
  8. Gareth McAuley, West Brom
  9. Danny Simpson, Leicester
  10. Joel Matip, Liverpool
  11. Marcos Alonso, Chelsea
  12. Nacho Monreal, Arsenal
  13. Eric Bailly, Man United
  14. Andrew Robertson, Hull
  15. Robert Huth, Leicester
  16. Craig Dawson, West Brom
  17. Miguel Britos, Watford
  18. Martin Olsson, Swansea
  19. Harry Maguire, Hull
  20. Nicolas Otamendi, Man City

Midfielders:

  1. Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal
  2. Dele Alli, Spurs
  3. Riyad Mahrez, Leicester
  4. Roberto Firmino, Liverpool
  5. Eden Hazard, Chelsea
  6. Christian Eriksen, Spurs
  7. Gylfi Sigurdsson, Swansea
  8. Kevin de Bruyne, Man City
  9. Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace
  10. Philippe Coutinho, Liverpool
  11. Pedro, Chelsea
  12. Josh King, Bournemouth
  13. Dusan Tadic, Southampton
  14. Raheem Sterling, Man City
  15. Kamil Grosicky, Hull
  16. Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea
  17. Ross Barkley. Everton
  18. Andre Ayew, West Ham
  19. Marko Arnautovic, Stoke
  20. James Milner, Liverpool

Forwards:

  1. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Man United
  2. Jamie Vardy, Leicester
  3. Romelu Lukaku, Everton
  4. Sergio Aguero, Man City
  5. Diego Costa, Chelsea
  6. Christian Benteke, Crystal Palace
  7. Andy Carroll, West Ham
  8. Divock Origi, Liverpool
  9. Andre Gray, Burnley
  10. Abel Hernandez, Hull
  11. Benik Afobe, Bournemouth

 

  1. Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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    left this in yr baseball post too:
    holds, and relief appearaces and relief wins here. K/9 as well. dynasty. start 7 RP. which 3 out of
    hembree (used in 8th last time for a hold),
    gearrin (possibly most talented of group, used in semi-leverage thus far NOT the LR he’s listed as in rosterresource)
    ross
    mcgee (i had him till dunn stole his job for 2 straight games, and dunn was obtained while i had mcgee starting so i couldn’t do anything about it)
    jc ramirez (probably best role right now)
    l.hendricks (many ahead of him but possibly most talented on list and axford just went down)
    sipp
    farq (i have right now)

    20 teamer i have barrett in DL spot and kela in NA spot (have no clue why TEX keeps around bums like claudio/leclerc but throw him down.

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