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FPL gameweek four round up


AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

Gameweek four has been and gone in fantasy football, with 28 goals scored and seven clean sheets kept, meaning that plenty of points were on offer for users over the weekend.

Sam Sonley heads the AFC Bournemouth fan league following the latest round of fixtures, after bagging 61 points and seeing his overall total accumulate to 268.

With Gabriel Jesus proving to be a wise choice as captain, picking up 24 points, Sam was also aided goals from Alvaro Morata and Christian Eriksen who gathered six and eight points respectively.

Besart Maralija sits just one point behind Sam’s side with a total of 267. He managed 63 points in gameweek four, with Tottenham Hotspur players coming to the rescue. Two assists from Ben Davies alongside a clean sheet ensured that the left-back finished on 14 points, Harry Kane’s goals saw him pick up 12, whilst Eriksen also featured in midfield.

The Cherries players have also been competing in their own private league and it’s Lewis Cook who, on 237 points, remains in top spot following the weekend’s fixtures.

Despite only gaining 37 points this week, with Romelu Lukaku as captain picking up 12 and a clean sheet from Kyle Walker seeing nine added to his total, Cook still leads from second-placed Jack Simpson by 24 points.

However, whilst totals were lower than normal in gameweek four, it was Steve Cook who recorded the best score in the league with 64. Kane as captain and assists from Kevin De Bruyne and Paul Pogba certainly went a long way, as the centre-back moves up to 14th place.


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