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Official FPL: Week 12 update


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Another week of Fantasy Football has been and gone and it was a high-scoring week for those in the AFC Bournemouth fan league, with the Cherries running out 4-0 winners over Huddersfield.

Alongside the three points for Eddie Howe’s side, there were a further 28 goals scored by teams in gameweek 12, with seven teams keeping a clean sheet.

John Phillips remains in the mix at the top of the Cherries fan league, after gaining 74 points to stay in first place.

Sead Kolasinac, Ben Mee and Charlie Daniels all kept clean sheets for John’s side, whilst Mo Salah as captain picked up a further 32.

However, Mark Woolston is hot on his heels, sitting just six points behind on 767. His gameweek total of 85 was aided by goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Richarlison in midfield, whilst Eden Hazard as captain added a further 36.

Tom Williamson was the user in the AFC Bournemouth fan league who scored the most points, gaining 116.

All but one player in his side scored over five points, yet it was Callum Wilson’s return that made the difference as the striker bagged 17 points.

Additionally, Paul Pogba, Alvaro Morata, Pascal Gross and Salah were all useful assets to Tom’s side, which also featured Cherries left-back Charlie Daniels.

Out of the players, it’s Nathan Ake who sits in top spot in their league. The defender’s gameweek score of 61 means that he now sits on a total of 699 points.

Salah, De Bruyne, and David Silva all came up trumps, whilst Ake himself scored his side six points.

Jack Simpson remains in second place, despite recording a total of just 48 points in gameweek 12. Marcos Alonso was the difference bagging 14 points, whilst alongside him in defence was Daniels who recorded eight.

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