Matchweek 11 Roundup: Fumbled Chances, Winless Streaks and Phenomenal Impacts
34 players came up with the goods in Matchweek 11, each predicting all seven selections correctly. Two players have now achieved the feat two weeks in a row, meaning both are just two steps away from the £1,000,000 jackpot.
The top player in the country this week was Steve75 who hit the highest score so far this season with 32 points. £100 cash is on its way to you Steve.
The best team this week was Evergreen, with 123 Points. It wasn't enough to topple The Croydon Renegades off their perch, as the week 10 winners are still out in front to win the latest team prize on 127 points, with one week to go.
Ledley King scored 14 points.
Ledley King's Talking Points
Spurs earned a third straight win under Jose Mourinho, with the boss hailing Dele Alli's "phenomenal" impact as the midfielder’s brace helped his side move up to 5th. The 3-2 win over Bournemouth means Spurs have their first back to back wins in the Premier League this season.
Arsenal could only manage a draw at Norwich in Freddie Ljungberg’s first game in charge, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalising twice to grab a 2-2 draw. The Gunners are now 56 days without a win in the Premier League.
Wolves and Sheffield United continued their great runs of form in the Premier League, sharing the points at Molineux. It means Wolves are now unbeaten in nine, while the Blades remain unbeaten on the road this season.
Manchester United had the chance to move into the Premier League top five with a win against Villa, but the chance was fumbled as Tyrone Mings' first Premier League goal ensured the points were shared. Villa are three points above the drop zone.
Leeds set the pace at the top of the championship with a 4-0 win over Boro, with Woodgate admitting that “Leeds are a really, really good team – the best in the Championship, without a doubt.” Leeds are now five points clear of the playoff spots.
Brentford were also firing on all cylinders with their biggest win since 1994, a 7-0 romp over Luton. Luton boss Graeme Jones said after game: "I was so embarrassed with that performance. I feel sorry for our supporters.”
Bristol City bounced back from their midweek defeat to West Brom with a 5-2 hammering of Huddersfield. The Terriers are winless in four and just two points above the relegation zone ahead of next week's Yorkshire derby against Leeds.
Top 6 Selected Bankers
Top 6 Selected Draws
Bristol C 5-2
Notts for 0-1
Matchweek 12 is now open! You can make your selections by clicking here. Good luck!