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Fantasy Football: Week Seven Update


AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

Another week of fantasy football has been and gone and once again it was high-scoring week for many users.

With an average points score of 48 and several Cherries men earning clean sheet points, it was a good week for those in the AFC Bournemouth fan league. 

George Ayles is the new leader at the top of the league, picking up 96 points to take his tally to a total of 489.

Goals at the back from Nacho Monreal and Ben Davies saw the pair contribute 31 points together, whilst Kane as captain saw another 26 accumulated.

However, whilst George sits on top spot in the AFC Bournemouth fan league, Mahmoud Gaber was the user who gained the most gameweek points out of Cherries supporters with 113.

Similarly, Mahmoud also included Monreal and Davies in his team, but Marcus Rashford as captain proved to be a wise decision, as United knocked four past Palace.

The 19-year-old’s two assists proved pivotal up top, earning Mahmoud 18 points, whilst the inclusion of Harry Kane was also a smart move.

Out of the Cherries players, Lewis Cook remains on top spot, but Nathan Ake has closed in and now sits just six points behind.

The Dutch international saw Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne and Kane all pick up double figures, whilst his own performance against Leicester meant a further nine were added to his total of 66.

And Ake proved to be a popular choice amongst users this week, being selected in 4.1% of teams.

Despite not being in the AFC Bournemouth fan league, Scott Thomas was the player who scored highest with Ake in his team.

His 119 points were also aided by Abdoulaye Doucoure, Philippe Coutinho and Kieran Tripper.



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