In the end, it made no difference whether we would have captained Romelu Lukaku or Sergio Aguero as they both bagged six points.
We went with the Argentine and were rewarded with a strong performance almost throughout the whole side.
A points tally of 61 points means we smashed the gameweek average of 46 and our overall rank sits at 46,893.
Not too shabby!
101 Great Goals Gameweek 33
The 101 Great Goals league
Hauzinho’s Harriers continue to lead the 101 Great Goals league and with time running out in the season it looks like they have a real chance of winning it.
An impressive points haul of 70 means their overall rank is 241 – and much of this was down to Harry Kane taking the armband.
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Hauzinho’s Harriers Gameweek 33
The big angle on this Gameweek is that it is a double for three teams: Middlesbrough, Crystal Palace and Manchester United.
Our original plan going into Gameweek 34 was to bring in Zlatan Ibrahimovic for Sergio Aguero and captain the super Swedish striker.
Like many FPL managers, our best laid plans came a cropper on Thursday night as Zlatan suffered what looks to be a serious and most probably season ending injury.
This is a double GW to steer clear of
Looking at things on Friday morning, we are short of cash and whilst playing our wildcard a few weeks ago has forced us on the defensive a little, we cannot justify going big on this gameweek.
A glance at the fixtures of the three teams with double games suggests that there will be very few big points hauls.
Manchester United head to Burnley and Manchester City. Two tough away games at the best of times. Sunday’s game now comes after extra time and two key injuries to Marcos Rojo and Zlatan.
Crystal Palace face arguably their toughest two games of the whole season: Liverpool (a) and Tottenham (h).
Finally, Middlesbrough are one of the worst teams in the division and are unlikely to keep a clean sheet at Bournemouth. Plus their second match v Sunderland is pretty much two bald men fighting over a comb and anything could happen.
Bailly & Rashford in
With two free transfers, we have brought in Eric Bailly in for Antonio Valencia. And, the hugely impressive Marcus Rashford for Sergio Aguero.
At least this covers us somewhat for the double gameweek and we take no hit as we have two free transfers.
The captain’s armband goes to Romelu Lukaku, who has a simply sensational record for scoring against West Ham.
The transfer deadline is on Saturday at 14:00 ahead of the four Premier League games which kick off at 15:00..
Good luck everyone!
101 Great Goals Gameweek 34