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Fantasy Football: Week Six Update

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With the average points earned in gameweek six being as high as 60, fantasy football saw some excellent scores recorded over the weekend.

Joshua King was the highest scoring Cherries man, as his goal at Goodison Park saw him have seven points to his name, whilst Charlie Daniels’ assist gained him six.

Hassam Uld heads the Cherries fan league, gaining 63 points and seeing his total rise to 417.

Clean sheets for Sead Kolasinac and Phil Jones, who gained a further three bonus points, aided his defence, whilst David Silva, Dele Alli and Mohammed Salah all bagged assists or goals for Hassam’s side.

The choice of Romelu Lukaku as captain also proved to be a good decision, as he picked up 14 points following his winner at Southampton.

Audun Rensel follows closely behind Hassam in second place, with his 70 gameweek points contributing to an overall total of 415.

Thibaut Courtois, Eric Bailly and Nicolas Otamendi all kept clean sheets, whilst up the other end of the pitch Sergio Aguero as captain added 22 points following his goal and assist against Crystal Palace.

In the players’ league, it’s Lewis Cook who remains in top spot on 382 points.

Daniels’ assist at Everton gained Cook six points, whilst Salah, Alli and Lukaku as captain all contributed to a very good week for the England under-21 international.

However, he has a new face chasing him in second place, as Nathan Ake climbs up the table.

The defender gained 74 points this week, but still sits 28 points behind Cook in top spot. Harry Kane, Tammy Abraham and Lukaku all netted, ensuring that the Dutchman’s front three was a force to be reckoned with.

Additionally, clean sheets for Ben Mee and Courtois added further points to his total.

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