Oh, Week 4 you young and burdening beast.  The season has just started and we are already questioning the judgments that we made yet a month ago.  No worries though faithful followers of the Razz.  Each week is almost like a new beginning if you had a wildcard to use at your discretion every week.  The rankings of midfielders and forwards is blossoming into a conundrum right before our very eyes.  We planted it in the summer, watched the transfer window closed and now that the shop is closed this is where we are.  18 more weeks until roster shake-ups again (if any) and the inevitable new wildcard.  So if you haven’t used your first wildcard yet, bene.  You have more restraint then most of the 5 million other players of this game.  So here are the rankings for the midfielders and forwards for week 4, regardless of wildcard.  Cheers!



  1. Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Man United
  2. Christian Eriksen, Spurs
  3. Paul Pogba, Man United
  4. Dele Alli, Spurs
  5. Sadio Mane, Liverpool
  6. Mesut Ozil, Arsenal
  7. Mo Salah, Liverpool
  8. David Silva, Man City
  9. Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal
  10. Eden Hazard, Chelsea
  11. Kevin de Bruyne, Man City
  12. Michail Antonio, West Ham
  13. Gylfi Sigurdsson, Everton
  14. Chris Brunt, West Brom
  15. Richarlison, Watford
  16. Robbie Brady, Burnley
  17. Aaron Mooy, Huddersfield
  18. Nathan Redmond, Southampton
  19. Riyad Mahrez, Leicester
  20. Matt Phillips, West Brom
  21. Pedro, Chelsea
  22. Manuel Lanzini, West Ham
  23. Dusan Tadic, Southampton
  24. Christian Atsu, Newcastle
  25. Willian, Chelsea
  • Two Liverpool, two Spurs, two united and two Arsenal in top 10.  For fantasy this is a good thing, choosing the right combinations of them at the right time is bad for fantasy.
  • Alexis, Hazard and KDB are all falling in the middle of the pack this week.  Alexis needs to say sorry.  Hazard returns from injury…maybe. And KDB needs to do more then 1 assist so far.
  • Chris Brunt’s ability for a limited offensive team is a pivotal middie right now for me.  Priced on the cheap makes him look even better.
  • Robbie Brady also.
  • Sleeper this week is Atsu up against a Swans team.  Renato Sanches may get all the publicity this week but I think Christian is the 5.0 middie in this match to watch


  1. Romelu Lukaku, Man United
  2. Alvaro Morata, Chelsea
  3. Harry Kane, Spurs
  4. Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal
  5. Sergio Aguero, Man City
  6. Roberto Firmino, Liverpool
  7. Chicharito, West Ham
  8. Manolo Gabbiadini, Southampton
  9. Gabriel Jesus, Man City
  10. Steve Mounie, Huddersfield
  11. Tammy Abraham, Swansea
  • When in Rome(lu) do as the other 60% owners do… I guess.  Sixty percent ownership is just sick and crazy that is almost 3 million owners!  Definitely worth it though.
  • Kane scores for country, the last time he scored for Three Lions he scored 5 goals in 4 EPL games.  Slow transfer in rate is worrisome, that people don’t know what the hell they are doing.
  • The City/Pool match is going to be fun!
  • Steve Mounie hasn’t got the goals but is winning the battle through the air with the most won battles via it.  Stats that matter are coming for the Terrier.
  • Abraham now has a role model in Wilfried Bony to show him the path of enlightenment.
  1. Cafuné

    Cafuné says:

    No love for Vokes home to Palace? He should at least be the wind (or bullet point) beneath Abraham’s Bony inspired wings….Brady’s gotta get assists passing to someone!!!!!!!!

    Thanks for the Richarlison love, although I’m doubtful my man crush (who has been about to rise prices for 2+ weeks and counting) scores away to Soton…still considering starting him anyway.

    Lastly, the amount of fake news in this post is appalling.

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