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Official FPL: Gameweek 30 summary

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Gameweek 30 in Fantasy Premier League saw the joint lowest average score this season, with just 41.

However, Linda MacLeod remains top of the Cherries fan league and has extended her lead to 1,881 points, after a recording a total of 51.

At the back, Nicholas Otamendi bagged eight points, whilst Zanka of Huddersfield earned seven. Between the sticks, Nick Pope bagged nine for his clean sheet against West Ham.

Further up the pitch, it was Leicester duo Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy who helped secure an encouraging total, combining to get 16 between them.

13 points behind Linda lies Greg S who is on 1,868. Lukas Fabianski gained nine, whilst Seamus Coleman’s clean sheet saw his grab six.

Raheem Sterling’s performance also so him record six points, whilst, sadly for Cherries fans, Callum Wilson could only bag two after his effort was disallowed against Spurs.

Nevertheless, despite being ranked 16,511th in the AFC Bournemouth fan league, it was Richard Mills who recorded the highest gameweek score with 116. 

 

Petr Cech in goal ended the day on 15 points having saved a penalty and made over four saves. 

In front of him, Phil Jagielka, Michael Keane and Otamendi all kept clean sheets, whilst David Silva as captain proved to be an excellent decision, with the Spaniard adding 32 to Richard’s tally.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s goal and assist also aided the total, adding 13 points, and Marcus Rashford’s double against Liverpool ensured that the weekend got off to a good start with 12 points on Saturday lunchtime.

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