BGW29 review and GW30 preview

More pain as a failure to take a punt on either Leandro Trossard or Jesse Lingard resulted in another drop from 18.3 to 19k with a second consecutive score of 48. With only eight players after Heung-Min Son’s injury over the four fixtures, it could have been a lot worst really.

Patrick Bamford (11pts), Raphinha (8pts) and Ademola Lookman (5pts) got us off to a flyer on the Friday night with returns in the Fulham Leeds tie, and my transfer in, Lewis Dunk, got in the act with a clean sheet 24 hours later for Brighton against Newcastle.

The West Ham Spurs game hurt with just Vladimir Coufal (0pts) in that 3-3 thriller, but at least my captain Harry Kane (14pts) got something from the spot at Aston Villa. Onto the next one, the wildcard is calling!

GW30 preview:

My team is pretty well set up for this gameweek, the only decision is who to take a one-week punt on before shuffling the pack, a Chelsea defender or go back to Bruno Fernandes?

Antonio Rudiger or Cesar Azpilicueta both seem safe picks ahead of a seemingly home banker versus Sheffield United, while Marcos Alonso is on everyone’s radar, and for good reason. Rotation is always a worry though, so the plan is to bring Bruno in for Mo Salah, who will be well owned and captained for the Brighton match. Don’t think I can take another red arrow!

Kane is an easy captain choice and there is hope that a forward line of the Spurs man, Bamford and Dominic Calvert-Lewin can go big. A midfield of Bruno, Son, Raphinha and Ilkay Gundogan also looks exciting with some favourable fixtures. Good luck all!

Team reveal:

Stones Dias Konsa
Raphinha Bruno (vc) Gundogan Son
Bamford Kane (c) Calvert-Lewin

Subs: Pope Coufal Lookman Dunk

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