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COOL AT HEART managed by Nitish Munisamy tops VERDE Lekip Fantasy premier league with a cumulative total of 1670 points after 27 Gameweeks

Great performance by Nitish Munisamy who tops the league by 6 points ahead of the team managed by Yogesh Goburdhun. Between the third in the league (Zlatanesque managed by Mahdi Ememdee) and the tenth in the league (Kev4life managed by Kev Aubeeluck) there is a difference of only 17 points.

RANKING MANAGER TEAM Total after 27 Rank in
      Gameweeks Mauritius
1 Nitish Munisamy COOL AT HEART!! 1670 4
2 Yogesh Goburdhun � ⋆ мiⓡⒶcĻẸ 1664 7
3 Mahdi Emamdee Zlatanesque 1621 19
4 Dhurmah Akshay Samoussa Fromage FC 1620 20
5 chiranjiv Seewoopaul Liverpool FC 1619 21
6 Na Beel Bòca Júnior 1615 27
7 Tommy Ay Challenge Accepted 1611 31
8 Jevin Moonien Kankrella 1611 32
9 Ashfaaq Toorbuth Gunner02 1603 45
10 Kev Aubeeluck Kev4life 1603 46

It seems that the table will keep evolving as the margin of cumulated points is quite small. Interestingly, in the next five gameweeks, the following games will provide opportunities for more points to be collected, especially as we get into a very busy period.

      Next 5 Games    
  GW 28 GW 29 GW 30 GW 31 GW 32
Liverpool Watford (A) Bournemouth (H) Everton (A) Crystal Palace (H) Man City (A)
Man City Man Utd (A) Burnely (H) Chelsea (A) Liverpool (H)
Leicester Norwich (A) Aston Villa (H) Watford (A) Brighton (H) Everton (H)
Chelsea Bournemouth (A) Everton (H) Aston Villa (A) Man City (H) West Ham (A)
Man Utd Everton (A) Man City (H) Tottenham (A) Sheffield Utd (H) Brighton (A)
Tottenham Wolves (H) Burnley (A) Man Utd (H) West Ham (H) Sheffield (A)

Everton has a run of difficult games (Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester) and players such as Richarlison and Caavert Lewin may have a number of managers selling them. Liverpool on its part could win the title by gameweek 31, if they will all their four games against Watford, Bournemouth, Everton and Crystal Palace. By contrast, if Man City lose in GW 29 in the Manchester derby, then Liverpool can win the league before. The fixtures of Man Utd are also quite tricky with trips to Everton and Spurs, and home games against City which sits in second and Sheffield Utd which is fighting for a European spot.

After twenty seven Gameweeks, the highest point earners are De Bruyne (178 points), Salah (175 points), Alexander Arnold (163 points), Mane (160 points) and Vardy (156 points). Amongst defenders, Alexander Arnold, Robertson and van Dijk are the top three followed in fourth by Lundstram from Sheffield and Pereira from Leicester in fifth.

Behind the trio of De Bruyne, Salah and Mane, Richarlison is well positioned with 129 points and costing 8.3.

Son with 122 points is now out through injury. Mahrez and Grealish respectively have 120 and 116 points.

Among the forwards, Vardy is highest ranked with 156 points although his current form is 2.0. Aubameyang continues to have a good season with Arsenal scoring 150 points, followed in third by Jimenez from Wolves with 138 points.

“This season is being dominated by Liverpool which remain of course to win the EPL after a long waiting of 30 years. After recording 21 successive victories at Anfield, this is now a Premier League record, beating Man City side from 2011 to 2012, and equalled Liverpool’s own all-time record in the English top flight. If Liverpool win their next four games, regardless of second-placed City or anyone else’s results, they will lock up the title with seven matches to spare—beating the record of five, which City’s centurions share with the Man United side of 2000/01. City became the Premier League’s first centurions two years ago, finishing with 100. Liverpool are on course to smash that, sitting on 79 with 11 games left, with a possible 112 on the cards. They need another 22 points, which could be achieved with eight more wins, to break the record.

Only Arsenal in 2003/04 have ever gone through a Premier League season without losing. Liverpool can become the second ‘Invincibles’ and have already recorded as many wins as Arsene Wenger’s Gunners, who drew 12 games that season” says Dirish K. Noonaram, founding partner of VERDE.

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