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MATCH WEEK 13: IPSWICH CRASH TOP THREE
Ipswich Invincibles take the Week 13 crown with the second highest winning weekly total this season, 107 points. James Willingham's success was inspired by a perfect Captain choice of William Troost-Ekong, three Southampton players, and in total no less than six players that hit double figures: Ekong 17 (=34), Alex McCarthy 13, Livramento 13, Romeu 13, Daniel James 10, Adam Armstrong 10. Second for the week are Hammered (88) - who decided to play both a Captain and Subs Joker with West Ham playing Man City. Also on the podium, The Halibut Flounderers with 79. Halibut also chose Ekong as Captain, and after falling four places in the last two weeks, David Metzger is back up three to 4th. James' Invincibles have gone past them though, up six from 9th to 3rd.
11 WEEKS FOR ARMY
Army’s Army make it 11 straight weeks top overall and, with 12 more points than nearest rivals Mr Magoo, the gap is back up to 60. It’s not plain sailing for Alex Metzger though, he’s working hard for his lead. This week’s performance was largely accountable to Southampton - a great choice of Bednarek as Captain earned Army 30. Taken off at half time though - will he start next time? Meanwhile Alex was probably disappointed to see Nathan Redmond on the Saints bench - but he came on at half time and picked up 10 points to become Army’s second best Nightmare this week. Magoo brought in Fred and Aubameyang. Compared to recent weeks Fred scored poorly with 4, while Jonathan Andrews will be kicking himself for leaving Aubameyang out, as he scored 10 points, equal with Rodrigo as the top performer in Magoo’s squad.

So no change in the top two but the rest of the top five are all change - as well as Ipswich Invincibles and Halibut Flounderers, Relegation Terrorists move in, up a place to 5th.
SUBS - THE MISSES
With William Troost-Ekong having been on the bench for Watford's last two matches, Colette Anthony decided to follow suit for her Nightmare Novices, and how she regrets that now. Nightmare Novices miss out on Ekong's 17 points - a point more than their entire Nightmare 11 scored! Novices' top scoring Nightmare this week was Junior Firpo with 7 points - they also left Josh Sargent warming his bottom - he scored 8. Novices drop from 3rd to 6th - with those two in the team they could still be 3rd.

Gareth Bagel had a similarly disastrous week. While Novices' 16 was the second worst in the entire competition, Bagel were next with just a point more. Oliver Willingham left 27 points of talent on the bench, including their two best performers Zaha (13) and Ward-Prowse (11).

Elsewhere on the bench:
- Blackheart Brewery FC missed out on 11 points for Joel Ward, while two of their defenders were scoring minus points
- AthleticoBonhillAcademical lost out on 17 points: Daniel James (10) and Michail Antonio (7)
- Mr Magoo, bought Aubameyang but did not play him (10 points)
SUBS - THE HITS
More by luck than judgment...
- Eloise Willingham must be absolutely delighted that Burnley's game was called off. It meant that Andros Townsend came off the bench for The Planets. Townsend was this week's top-scoring Nightmare with 23 points. 1 for playing, 2 for not scoring, 3 more for the team not scoring, 10 for a forward conceding a penalty, 3 for a yellow card and 4 for a 5/10 performance rating.
- 20 points of Ipswich Invincibles' 107 were from subs, Dan James and Adam Armstrong with 10 apiece
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka (13) and Francisco Trincao (10) came on to earn U Kante Beat Me 23 points
TOP TEAMS - this week
TeamManagerPoints
Ipswich InvinciblesJames Willingham107
HammeredPatrick O’Reilly88
The Halibut flounderersDavid Metzger79
KnackersRobert Metzger72
Al's ArmyAlex Metzger70
   
TOP NIGHTMARES - this week
PlayerTeamPoints
Andros TownsendEVERTON23
LyancoS'HAMPTON17
William Troost-EkongWATFORD17
Jan BednarekS'HAMPTON15
Romain PerraudS'HAMPTON15
TOP NIGHTMARES
PlayerTeamPointsThis
Aaron Wan-BissakaMAN UNITED10513
Harry MaguireMAN UNITED101
William Troost-EkongWATFORD9917
Caglar SoyuncuLEICESTER977
Luke ShawMAN UNITED91
Jamaal LascellesNEWCASTLE919
Pierre-Emerick AubameyangARSENAL8910
Tim KrulNORWICH88-3
Craig CathcartWATFORD8711
Matt TargettASTON V.85-2
Liam CooperLEEDS85-1
Max AaronsNORWICH85-3
   
WORST NIGHTMARES
PlayerTeamPointsThis
Ben ChilwellCHELSEA-21
Antonio RudigerCHELSEA-163
Trevor ChalobahCHELSEA-143
Mohamed SalahLIVERPOOL-125
Kostas TsimikasLIVERPOOL-10
Thiago SilvaCHELSEA-83
Dominic Calvert-LewinEVERTON-6
Naby KeitaLIVERPOOL-5
Christian PulisicCHELSEA-41
Andreas ChristensenCHELSEA-4
TOP NIGHTMARES - BY RATING
PlayerTeamAve. rating
Giovani Lo CelsoTOTTENHAM5.00
Anthony MartialMAN UNITED5.00
Salomon RondonEVERTON5.00
Danny RoseWATFORD5.00
Harry MaguireMAN UNITED5.09
   
WORST NIGHTMARES - BY RATING
PlayerTeamAve. rating
Ben ChilwellCHELSEA7.67
Conor GallagherCRYSTAL P.7.58
Mohamed SalahLIVERPOOL7.46
Naby KeitaLIVERPOOL7.40
Kostas TsimikasLIVERPOOL7.40

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