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Ake still top dog in FPL

Nathan Ake claps the fans at Vitality Stadium.

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It’s been a busy midweek of Fantasy Premier League.

With a few surprises in Premier League side’s team selections, plenty of mini leagues have been completely turned upside down.

But the hierarchy of the AFC Bournemouth players’ league hasn’t changed, with Nathan Ake still top of the standings.

Ake secured a whopping 62 points – 15 points above the game’s average.
The defender, much like the entire of the FPL community, was sweating on the selection of Mo Salah, but he was Ake’s joint top scorer with 13 points along with Kevin De Bruyne.

Ake also had a big differential, with Oriol Romeu securing him seven points.
Jack Simpson remains in second while Lewis Cook has overtaken Marc Pugh to make it into the top three.

In the fans’ league, there was a huge triple figure score, with Bálint Mózes bagging 107 points.

Bálint has Mesut Ozil, Antonio Rudiger and captained Sadio Mane.

At the top of the Bournemouth fan standings, John Phillips remains in first place with 57 points, with Stefan Vukasinovic climbing to second with a score of 69.

It promises to be an exciting Christmas period in FPL!


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