Fantasy Football: Go Cazorla, Bale and RVP for maximum points
So Chelsea have sacked Di Matteo. A colleague of mine aptly put it - "wins the European Cup, wins the FA Cup sitting 3rd in the league after 12 games, adored by the players - gets told to p*** off. Speechless."
I think that pretty much sums it up. What exactly Abramovich wants from a manager I can't tell you and I don't think anyone could. Chelsea have Man City this weekend. I can't help but think it's going to make the game harder than it already is.
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Into the studs for this week.
Szczesny - The Arsenal are away to Aston Villa in a game the Gunners should win.
Al-Habsi - 41 points already for the Wigan shotstopper. Home this week against Reading. A clean sheet is on the cards.
Manchester United: Take your pick from the Red Devils' back line. At home against QPR they should lock it down relatively easy.
Kyle Walker - Hasn't had a big enough impact on the Fantasy game this year as I would have liked, so I'm picking him this weekend at home to West Ham to score some valuable points.
Cazorla - He's playing fantastic football and is making great points week in, week out. He should do the same away to Aston Villa this week.
Bale - Same as above, except at home to West Ham instead.
Hazard/Silva - Pick who you think will win the Chelsea/City game and then choose one of these guys. They will be at the thick of it, calling all the shots.
Adam Johnson - About time for him to hit his form isn't it? Home against West Brom is a tough game against the high flyers, but he's my tip.
RVP - I don't have him. But I want him. Best forward in the league against the worst team in the league. At home. It should result in points, points, points.
Ricki Lambert - Home against Newcastle. He knows where the net is. Also he takes penalties and I'm predicting there will be one.
As much as this pains me to say, Newcastle players (except Ben Arfa and Ba) until they sort it out are duds.
Chelsea/Man City defenders: Pretty tough match up at the Bridge this weekend. There will be goals.
I'm steering clear of the Everton/ Norwich fixture. The Toffees are in a slump and Norwich are in form. It's a tough one to pick.
Well there you have it. If you have any tips of your own you'd like to share, please do.
On a personal note I'd like to say this to Alan Pardew . . . please make a move for David Beckham and then buy wor Andy back . . . please!