Well, now that we have gone over the back-liners, let us move to the sassy portion of the rankings.  Those, of course, are the managers and physios.  I mean who doesn’t love a guy who is the minister of fitness for their club.  I know I do.  But in all seriousness, middies and forwards are where the fantasy bread is buttered.  And now that the possible DGW is possibly in play for next week, it does change some things around.  City and Stoke players now have some attention staring at them for next week, and it does throw a blanket over some transfer ideas that we may have concocted.  Regardless, this is Week 26 and for now, let’s just try and take our ADHD medicine and worry about today rather then tomorrow. So with a lot of star power on blank this week, we get a few newer names to the rankings then normal.  As Arsenal, City, United and Southampton all blank it eliminates a few staples from the rankings that would otherwise normally appear.  so avoid the blanks, and may your points be fruitful.  Cheers!


  1. Eden Hazard, Chelsea
  2. Sadio Mane, Liverpool
  3. Christian Eriksen, Spurs
  4. Ross Barkley, Everton
  5. Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace
  6. Philippe Coutinho, Liverpool
  7. Matt Phillips, West Brom
  8. Gylfi Sigurdsson, Swansea
  9. Roberto Firmino, Liverpool
  10. Pedro, Chelsea
  11. Dele Alli, Spurs
  12. Josh King, Bournemouth
  13. Nacer Chadli, West Brom
  14. Michail Antonio, West Ham
  15. Victor Moses, Chelsea
  16. Lazar Markovic, Hull
  17. Robbie Brady, Burnley
  18. Ryan Fraser, Bournemouth
  19. Adam Lallana. Liverpool
  20. Sofiane Feghouli, West Ham
  • lots of big names are absent with the blanks, and guys who aren’t usually in top 10 are this week.  Cough Ross Barkley.   Don’t make me look stupid fool.
  • Markovic and Hull in general have been playing some really good or at least better football.  Huge differentials there all around.
  • Love me some Ryan Fraser this week.
  • One more good game and Feghouli is going to be a popular lad.


  1. Romelu Lukau, Everton
  2. Diego Costa, Chelsea
  3. Harry Kane, Spurs
  4. Christian Benteke, Crystal Palace
  5. Troy Deeney, Watford
  6. Jermain Defoe, Sunderland
  7. Salomon Rondon, West Brom
  8. Alvaro Negredo, Middlsebrough
  9. Andre Gray, Burnley
  10. M’Baye Niang, Watford
  11. Peter Crouch, Stoke
  • Is anyone expecting a severe let-down from Spurs this weekend….I am.  the loss in the Europa is disheartening.
  • I kinda like Watford this week, and can see both strike options getting something on the score sheet.
  • Come on Rondon, if not now, when?
  • Remember that let-down I spoke of see Crouch, Peter.