The things associated with this week all have curious ties to the number seven …and Liverpool.  So if Liverpool is Snow White than the other dudes this week are the feeble dwarfs.  Seventh seal, Seven deadly sins, Un-Magnificent seven… you get the point yet?  Good cause I was running out of cliche things with 7 in them.  The talk around the FPL universe is whether or not it is advisable to using the free hit chp in order to have a fighting roster of 11 players.  With another blank game week, with better teams to pick and choose from, my answer would be no.  Plus with two doubles on the horizon saving all your chips til a later date seems like the best advice I can give.  Rankings, is the other thing I can do for ya.  Mow your lawn maybe. It is all ‘Pool all week this week as they face a Watford squad that is going to give up some goals whether they like it or not.  So from a only have to choose from 8 teams approach, get to 8 players and concentrate on teh front 5-7 players as the clean sheet looks bleak in most cases.  Here are the week 31 blank week rankings for FPL, happy hunting on transfers.  Cheers!

Keepers:

  1. Loris Karius, Liverpool
  2. Wayne Hennessey, Crystal Palace
  3. Jordan Pickford, Everton
  4. Asmir Begovic, Bournemouth
  5. Jonas Lossl, Huddersfield
  6. Ben Foster, West Brom
  7. Jack Butland, Stoke
  8. Orestis Karnezis, Watford

Defence:

  1. Virgil van Dijk, Liverpool
  2. Leighton Baines, Everton
  3. Andrew Robertson, Liverpool
  4. Patrick van Aanholt, Crystal Palace
  5. Charlie Daniels, Bournemouth
  6. Joel Matip, Liverpool
  7. Zanka, Huddersfield
  8. Nathan Ake, Bournemouth
  9. Seamus Coleman, Everton
  10. Florent Hadergjonaj, Huddersfield
  11. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool
  12. Adam Smith Bournemouth
  13. Michael Keane, Everton
  14. James Milner, Liverpool
  15. Christopher Schindler, Huddersfield
  16. Kurt Zouma, Stoke
  17. Cuco Martina, Everton
  18. Ahmed Hegazi, West Brom
  19. James Tompkins, Crystal Palace
  20. Moritz Bauer, Stoke

Midfielders:

  1. Mo Salah, Liverpool
  2. Sadio Mane, Liverpool
  3. Xherdan Shaqiri, Stoke
  4. Junior Stanislas, Bournemouth
  5. Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace
  6. Yannick Bolasie, Everton
  7. Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain, Liverpool
  8. Andros Townsend, Crystal Palace
  9. Theo Walcott, Everton
  10. Alex Pritchard, Huddersfield
  11. Chris Brunt, West Brom
  12. Aaron Mooy, Huddersfield
  13. Emre Can, Liverpool
  14. Matt Phillips, West Brom
  15. Jordon Ibe, Bournemouth
  16. Rajiv van la Parra, Huddersfield
  17. Joe Allen, Stoke
  18. Abdoulaye Doucoure, Watford
  19. Georginio Wijnaldum, Liverpool
  20. Ryan Fraser, Bournemouth

Forwards:

  1. Bobby Firmino, Liverpool
  2. Salomon Rondon, West Brom
  3. Steve Mounie, Huddersfield
  4. Cenk Tosun, Everton
  5. Callum Wilson, Bournemouth
  6. Alexander Sorloth, Crystal Palace
  7. Wayne Rooney, Everton
  8. Troy Deeney, Watford
  9. Christian Benteke, Crystal Palace
  10. Josh King, Bournemouth
  1. Von Hayes says:
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    I’m out of chips but was pretty well positioned for this week, but now I’m also out Kun, Kane, and Cuco is back on bench. Currently: Pickford, Daniels, Martina, Hegazi, Robertson, Salah, Son, Walcott, Shaquiri, McArthur, Kun, Kane, Firmino.

    Thinking of taking a -4 and going Baines for Martina and Callum in for Kun?
    Next week move Lukaku in for Kane, then slowly work in DGW guys.

    Thoughts?

    • Smokey

      Smokey says:
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      @Von Hayes: taking a minus for Callum is just an awful pill to swallow. I like the Baines move. You don’t have to get to 11. It’s nice to do but you don’t have too. And the pickings are slim for actual value. I wouldn’t take a minus for Wilson though.

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