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FPL gameweek two round-up


AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

Another week of fantasy football has been and gone and, with 22 goals scored and seven clean sheets kept, there were plenty of points on offer.

Fan league

Alan Wright heads the AFC Bournemouth fan league following the latest round of fixtures, after bagging 79 points in gameweek two and seeing his overall total accumulate to 177.

With Harry Maguire bagging 15 points for Alan’s side, he was also aided by Paul Pogba as captain, who gathered 30 points, and Javier Hernandez who got 13.

Shanur Ahmed sits just behind Alan’s side on 176 points. Huddersfield duo Jonas Lossl and Mathias Jorgensen aided his total, whilst Eric Bailly and Romelu Lukaku also contributed to the 89 points amassed in gameweek two.

Players' league

Dan Gosling leads the way in the AFC Bournemouth players and staff league, surpassing week one's leader Lewis Cook.

Despite only gaining 49 points this week, with Lukaku, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Raheem Sterling coming up trumps, a strong start in gameweek one means the midfielder has a combined total of 129 points.

Lewis Cook moves down to second place on 126 points, but it was Cherries shot-stopper Asmir Begovic who recorded the best score in gameweek two with 57.

Ben Foster and Michael Dawson both kept clean sheets for West Brom, aiding the Bosnian international, whilst Lukaku as captain and the inclusion of Pogba both proved to be good decisions. As a result, Begovic moves up to fifth in the players’ league.

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