Keech the Bookie has completed his season preview below (with current teams showing). It is based on past history (last 12 years performance in brackets with the latest first) and only looks at your original team selected this time around if you are newcomer. If your transfers and picks are imaginative and inspirational, clearly Keech the bookie cannot predict that. Hope you take it as it is, a little bit of fun and the challenge is for you to either prove me right or completely wrong !!!
Only get concerned if I predict you to win !
Latest season first:
1st Tim Owen (3rd)
What a return last season, pushed on by the rest of the Oswestry clan. It would be no surprise to see him return to winning ways and the only to stop him is to tip him to win the league. So here you go!
Owen, Tim (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Wigan Athletic
Attack: 1 Jesus, Gabriel 2 Zohore, Kenneth 3 Assombalonga, Britt 4 Gabbiadini, Manolo 5 Collins, James 6 Mane, Sadio 7 Grabban, Lewis
Attack Subs: 8 Beckford, Jermaine 9 Pitman, Brett 10 Oliveira, Nelson 11 McAlney, Conor 12 Akinde, John
2nd Rob Bushell (7th, 3rd, 5th, 3rd, 10th, 16th, 6th, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 12th, 7th)
A remarkable record from Mr B, he just does not a bad season. Another strong line up should see his challenge yet again.
Bushell, Rob (Robbie's Foulers)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Swindon Town
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Collins, James 3 Zohore, Kenneth 4 Benteke, Christian 5 Grabban, Lewis 6 Oliveira, Nelson 7 Doidge, Christian
Attack Subs: 8 Pitman, Brett 9 McAlney, Conor 10 Jesus, Gabriel 11 Rose, Danny 12 Diedhiou, Famara
3rd Matt Owen (2nd, 34th)
Remarkable progress last season after a poor first attempt, only bettered by the Frost! A strong defence and first 7 but again some lack of goals in the subs may see some early bargain hunting in the transfer market. This could be critical in terms of his final placing but he has proven he can use the transfer market to his advantage.
Owen, Matthew (Oswestry Reds)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Wigan Athletic
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Collins, James 3 Pitman, Brett 4 Mane, Sadio 5 Jesus, Gabriel 6 Gabbiadini, Manolo 7 McNulty, Mark
Attack Subs: 8 Powell, Nick 9 Fletcher, Ashley 10 Campbell, Fraizer 11 Lennon, Aaron 12 McAlney, Conor
4th Andrew Highton (27th ,15th, 2nd, 5th, 11th, 19th, 17th)
Gradual decline in the last couple of seasons after two top 10 finishes. Has something to prove. Possible return to form.
Highton, Andrew (The Foreign Imports)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Wolves Defence Subs: 3 Oxford United
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Angol, Lee 3 Collins, James 4 Garner, Joe 5 Marriott, Jack 6 Oliveira, Nelson 7 Doidge, Christian
Attack Subs: 8 Kodija, Jonathan 9 Beckford, Jermaine 10 McAlney, Conor 11 Grabban, Lewis 12 Pitman, Brett
5th Graham Jeffries (6th ,2nd, 3rd, 2nd, 31st, 1st, 1st, 14th)
An impressive record of 2 wins, 2 runners up and a 3rd place in 7 years with a blip in 5 years ago and a slight dip last season.
Jeffries, Graham (Priority keep out Priory)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Manchester United Defence Subs: 3 Bury
Attack: 1 Beckford, Jermaine 2 Jesus, Gabriel 3 Kane, Harry 4 Assombalonga, Britt 5 Collins, James 6 Doidge, Christian 7 Green, Matt
Attack Subs: 8 Pitman, Brett 9 Vibe, Lasse 10 Rose, Danny 11 McAlney, Conor 12 Miller, Ricky
6th Stewart Arbuthnot (12th, 30th)
After some improvement in his 2nd season Stewart will want to be in the top 10 this time around and has good chances of achieving that.
Arbuthnot, Stewart (Larry's Liverpool)
Defence: 1 Oxford United 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Luton Town
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Angol, Lee 3 Pitman, Brett 4 Graham, Danny 5 Assombalonga, Britt 6 Collins, James 7 Vibe, Lasse
Attack Subs: 8 Iheanacho, Kelechi 9 Miller, Ricky 10 Akinde, John 11 McNulty, Mark 12 Oliveira, Nelson
7th William Frost (9th, 5th)
After his impressive debut two seasons ago he will have been disappointed with his follow up effort last time around. Expect top 10 finish.
Frost, William (Sergio Aguero FC)
Defence: 1 Everton 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Coventry City
Attack: 1 Aguero, Sergio 2 Assombalonga, Britt 3 Pitman, Brett 4 Collins, James 5 Garner, Joe 6 Adams, Che 7 Mkhitaryan, Henrikh
Attack Subs: 8 Defoe, Jermain 9 Beavon, Stuart 10 Jota 11 Iheanacho, Kelechi 12 Berahino, Saido
8th Craig Frost (1st, 20th, 18th, 8th, 2nd, 11th, 20th, 3rd, 4th, 37th, 30th, 17th)
As we know retaining the title is the hardest part of this game and this around will be no different. I think young William will surpass dad this time as will a number of others.
Frost, Craig (Double double Penguins)
Defence: 1 Luton Town 2 Blackburn Rovers Defence Subs: 3 Coventry City
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Jesus, Gabriel 3 Bodin, Billy 4 McAlney, Conor 5 Assombalonga, Britt 6 Collins, James 7 Gabbiadini, Manolo
Attack Subs: 8 Zohore, Kenneth 9 Iheanacho, Kelechi 10 Beavon, Stuart 11 Ugbo, Ike 12 Defoe, Jermain
9th Dan Owen (5th,17th)
Despite an excellent 5th last seasons it will have annoyed him to be a few places behind the rest of the Owen clan. It will be hard to change that but clearly there will be enough banter flying around to make sure he gives it a bloody good go. Derby may be shipped out early as they could be quite leaky and there are one or two in the squad that may not pull their weight.
Owen, Dan (My Lost Thursday Nights)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Wigan Athletic Defence Subs: 3 Derby County
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Doidge, Christian 3 Collins, James 4 Beckford, Jermaine 5 Pitman, Brett 6 Gabbiadini, Manolo 7 Campbell, Fraizer
Attack Subs: 8 Martin, Chris 9 Vibe, Lasse 10 Iheanacho, Kelechi 11 McAlney, Conor 12 Fletcher, Ashley
10th David Graham (10th ,10th)
After a good debut, no progress was made last time around. He will hope like his team Newcastle he will able to step up to challenge with the big boys this season
Graham, David (Monster Munch)
Defence: 1 Fulham 2 Chelsea Defence Subs: 3 Rotherham United
Attack: 1 Abraham, Tammy 2 Kane, Harry 3 Sessegnon, Ryan 4 Jesus, Gabriel 5 Wijnaldum, Georginio 6 Rooney, Wayne 7 Gabbiadini, Manolo
Attack Subs: 8 Cairney, Tom 9 Barkley, Ross 10 Iheanacho, Kelechi 11 Gayle, Dwight 12 Jota
11th Ian Cowburn (33rd, 7th, 1st, 6th, 4th, 20th, 3rd, 5th, 15th, 12th, 31st, 18th)
After his victory 3 years ago now and his fall from grace last season Ian will be looking for some great improvement this season. He looks strong defensively and if he boosts his sub squad early doors he will surely have a great chance of confirming what has been his usual top 10 spot in recent years.
Cowburn, Ian (Pep-Si)
Defence: 1 Wigan Athletic 2 Wolves Defence Subs: 3 Portsmouth
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Powell, Nick 3 Pitman, Brett 4 Jesus, Gabriel 5 Porter, Chris 6 Collins, James 7 Sharp, Billy
Attack Subs: 8 Iheanacho, Kelechi 9 Wood, Chris 10 Rose, Danny 11 Fletcher, Ashley 12 Brunt, Chris
12th Graham Highton (11th, 9th, 19th, 7th, 24th, 24th, 14th, 30th, 17th, 16th, 14th, 31st)
A decent line up gives Graham a chance to progress beyond his disappointing best performance of 7th in last dozen years. Top 5 will be seen as an achievement but not sure that will be possible.
Highton, Graham (Barnstoneworth Utd)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Wolves Defence Subs: 3 Coventry City
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Lukaku, Romelu 3 Collins, James 4 Zohore, Kenneth 5 Rose, Danny 6 Angol, Lee 7 Pope, Tom
Attack Subs: 8 Oliveira, Nelson 9 Pitman, Brett 10 Miller, Ricky 11 McAlney, Conor 12 Watkins, Ollie
13th Ishtiaq Beg (31st, 6th, 6th, 4th, 6th, 18th, 33rd, 20th, 23rd)
After 4 very consistent finishes around the top 5, a massive disapoointment with his drop to lower reaches of the league last time around. A strong line up with some surprising scorers early doors (Cole, Powell etc) will surely see some significant improvement this time around.
Beg, Ishtiaq (Razzle FC)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Wigan Athletic Defence Subs: 3 Hull City
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Powell, Nick 3 Sharp, Billy 4 Marquis, John 5 Garner, Joe 6 Beckford, Jermaine 7 Cole, Devante
Attack Subs: 8 Grabban, Lewis 9 Grigg, Will 10 Washington, Conor 11 McAlney, Conor 12 Jesus, Gabriel
14th Andrea Howard (17th ,4th, 7th)
Despite a drop towards mid table there was some satisfaction in picking up some minor prizes in a monthly and the cup competition last season. She will be aiming top 10 but with such fierce competition it will be tough.
Howard, Andrea (Bowling for Tarts)
Defence: 1 Chelsea 2 Oxford United Defence Subs: 3 Coventry City
Attack: 1 Abraham, Tammy 2 Hernandez, Javier 3 Pitman, Brett 4 Alli, Dele 5 Assombalonga, Britt 6 Oliveira, Nelson 7 Watkins, Ollie
Attack Subs: 8 King, Josh 9 Jota 10 Barkhuizen, Thomas 11 Kermogant, Yann 12 Diedhiou, Famara
15th Owen Griffiths (4th, 12th, 27th, 1st, 8th, 34th, 31st)
Champion from 4 years ago who showed improved form last time around to be back in the mix for the title. A strong defence but some holes/risks in some of the attacking lineup may halt this.
Griffiths, Owen (Rafalution)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Wolves Defence Subs: 3 Derby County
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Zohore, Kenneth 3 Pogba, Paul 4 Assombalonga, Britt 5 Pitman, Brett 6 Oliveira, Nelson 7 Lacazette, Alexandre
Attack Subs: 8 Graham, Danny 9 Iheanacho, Kelechi 10 Fletcher, Ashley 11 Vassell, Isaac 12 Beckford, Jermaine
16th Jordan Watkiss (22nd, 12th)
No pots broken by Jord just yet so again hard to see how he will challenge the regulars at the top again.
Watkiss, Jordan (Drog sexuais e bck)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Derby County Defence Subs: 3 Wolves
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Assombalonga, Britt 3 Collins, James 4 Jesus, Gabriel 5 Pitman, Brett 6 Oliveira, Nelson 7 Mane, Sadio
Attack Subs: 8 Iheanacho, Kelechi 9 Beckford, Jermaine 10 Fletcher, Ashley 11 Campbell, Fraizer 12 Sharp, Billy
17th Simon Baldwin (18th, 8th, 25th, 13th, 26th, 5th, 10th, 27th, 26th, 17th, 13th, 2nd)
After the odd flirtation with the top 10, mid table has been the order of the day in recent times. Different defences to most could be a risk.
Baldwin, Simon (The Force Awakens)
Defence: 1 Fleetwood 2 Exeter Defence Subs: 3 Leeds United
Attack: 1 Lukaku, Romelu 2 Rooney, Wayne 3 Mane, Sadio 4 Grabban, Lewis 5 Pedro 6 Gabbiadini, Manolo 7 Beckford, Jermaine
Attack Subs: 8 Doidge, Christian 9 Wood, Chris 10 Fletcher, Ashley 11 Cairney, Tom 12 Hazard, Eden
18th Paul Keech (26th, 37th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 21st, 19th, 9th, 11th, 22nd, 1st, 12th)
Will recent efforts being less than impressive and early weeks lost to no wifi and being in the mid of the Atlantic Ocean I am playing catch up already. I would like to at least trouble the prizes at some point to gain something for my efforts!
Keech, Paul (Shez the Miracle Worker)
Defence: 1 Wigan Athletic 2 Charlton Athletic Defence Subs: 3 Shrewsbury Town
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Lukaku, Romelu 3 Garner, Joe 4 Pitman, Brett 5 Collins, James 6 Oliveira, Nelson 7 Bodin, Billy
Attack Subs: 8 Zohore, Kenneth 9 Jota 10 Solanke, Dominic 11 Porter, Chris 12 O'Grady, Chris
19th Rob Nott (25th, 11th, 22nd, 12th)
To not reach the top 10 in 4 attempts will make Nott not happy! Cant see much hope of anything other than mid table at best.
Nott, Rob (Didn't Touch him ref!)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Fleetwood Defence Subs: 3 Leeds United
Attack: 1 Sharp, Billy 2 Mane, Sadio 3 Garner, Joe 4 Collins, James 5 Rooney, Wayne 6 Assombalonga, Britt 7 Bodin, Billy
Attack Subs: 8 Vibe, Lasse 9 Oliveira, Nelson 10 McAlney, Conor 11 Jesus, Gabriel 12 Defoe, Jermain
20th Charlie Kershaw (Newcomer)
Late entrant may take some time to get going but a feel a respectable mid table position is well within his grasp
Kershaw, Charlie (Charlie Austin)
Defence: 1 Blackburn Rovers 2 Preston North End Defence Subs: 3 Southend United
Attack: 1 Porter, Chris 2 Vassell, Kyle 3 Sharp, Billy 4 de Bruyne, Kevin 5 Done, Matt 6 Rooney, Wayne 7 Salah, Mohamed
Attack Subs: 8 Llorente, Fernando 9 Cairney, Tom 10 Martial, Anthony 11 Deeney, Troy 12 Hazard, Eden
21st Adrian Franklin (19th, 26th, 13th, 15th, 12th, 25th)
Nothing spectacular in his 6 seasons so far. He will hope to break top 10 but it will be difficult.
Franklin, Adrian (Tiki Taka)
Defence: 1 Exeter 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Fleetwood
Attack: 1 Rose, Danny 2 Lukaku, Romelu 3 McAlney, Conor 4 Collins, James 5 Assombalonga, Britt 6 Porter, Chris 7 Doidge, Christian
Attack Subs: 8 Pitman, Brett 9 Iheanacho, Kelechi 10 Wood, Chris 11 Beckford, Jermaine 12 Jesus, Gabriel
22nd Tony Barrett (23rd, 14th, 21st)
With no final result higher than 14th and generally being out of luck recently Tony will be hoping for much better. Villa's mixed start and some potential hit and miss strikers in these early weeks makes it difficult to predict much better than what has been achieved in his 3 seasons so far.
Barrett, Tony (Soon be cricket season)
Defence: 1 Wigan Athletic 2 Aston Villa Defence Subs: 3 Mansfield Town
Attack: 1 Wood, Chris 2 Beckford, Jermaine 3 Done, Matt 4 Lacazette, Alexandre 5 Kee, Billy 6 Jesus, Gabriel 7 O'Grady, Chris
Attack Subs: 8 Grigg, Will 9 Kodija, Jonathan 10 McAlney, Conor 11 Graham, Danny 12 Angol, Lee
23rd Barry Tomlinson (22nd,18th, 24th, 30th, 29th)
After a slow progression there was a sight decline last time around. Its hard to imagine much better again
Tomlinson, Barry (Willow Wanderers)
Defence: 1 Coventry City 2 Hull City Defence Subs: 3 Aston Villa
Attack: 1 Morata, Alvaro 2 Assombalonga, Britt 3 Murphy, Darryl 4 Porter, Chris 5 Reid, Reuben 6 Grabban, Lewis 7 Beckford, Jermaine
Attack Subs: 8 Washington, Conor 9 Madden, Paddy 10 Ramirez, Sandro 11 Iheanacho, Kelechi 12 Hogan, Scott
24th Paul Weaver (Newcomer)
A little bit different up front (not necessarily a bad thing looking at it) will ensure Paul stays away from the lower reaches of the league.
Weaver, Paul (Rudy's Rovers)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 West Bromwich Albion Defence Subs: 3 Oxford United
Attack: 1 Mounie, Steve 2 Defoe, Jermain 3 Assombalonga, Britt 4 Firmino, Roberto 5 Hernandez, Javier 6 Aguero, Sergio 7 Akinfenwa, Ade
Attack Subs: 8 Phillips, Matt 9 Kodija, Jonathan 10 Campbell, Fraizer 11 Vassell, Isaac 12 Okazaki, Shinji,
25th Wayne Moody (35th, 13th, 31st (Last), 26th, 23rd, 7th, 7th, 7th, 32nd, 5th, no entry, no entry)
With no top 10 finishes in the last 5 years I have no reason to see why there would be much progress this time around. Bolton looks very iffy and again not much strength in the subs. Heavily reliant on Kane, Hylton but some interesting selections in the two main defences could boost his overall performance.
Moody, Wayne (It Can Only Get Better)
Defence: 1 Cardiff City 2 Tottenham Hotspur Defence Subs: 3 Bolton Wanderers
Attack: 1 King, Josh 2 Sigurdsson, Gylfi 3 Hylton, Danny 4 Kane, Harry 5 Hernandez, Abel 6 Maguire, Chris 7 Moses, Victor
Attack Subs: 8 Williams, Andy 9 Jota 10 Doyle, Eoin 11 Boyd, George 12 Pope, Tom
26th Paul Leech (14th,28th, 8th, 19th, 15th, 37th, 25th, 38th, 10th, 11th, 5th, 6th)
If Paul gets some early momentum you never know but tends to flatter to deceive.
Leech, Paul (Hasta la victoria siempre)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Fulham
Attack: 1 Jesus, Gabriel 2 Rooney, Wayne 3 Hylton, Danny 4 Grabban, Lewis 5 Jervis, Jake 6 Marquis, John 7 Mane, Sadio
Attack Subs: 8 Rowe, Tommy 9 Pitman, Brett 10 Salah, Mohamed 11 Akinde, John 12 Mounie, Steve
27th Jay Harmer (Newcomer)
With few having Man C or Simon Cox, he may a few points over others but difficult in his first season to see him challenging
Harmer, Jay (Harmers Hangovers)
Defence: 1 Blackburn Rovers 2 Manchester City Defence Subs: 3 Swansea City
Attack: 1 Graham, Danny 2 Kane, Harry 3 Rhodes, Jordan 4 Cox, Simon 5 Diedhiou, Famara 6 Aluko, Sone 7 Vibe, Lasse
Attack Subs: 8 Pitman, Brett 9 Beckford, Jermaine 10 Ayite, Floyd 11 Le Fondre, Adam 12 Washington, Conor
28th Simon Barrett (22nd, 27th, 4th, 20th, 5th, 30th, 37th)
Much down than up in his 7 season so far, 2 good, 5 very average. Chances are bottom half is calling again. Squad lacking a bit of depth and with Villa and Wednesday a couple of risky defences to begin with.
Barrett, Simon (Fane and Fortune)
Defence: 1 Sheffield Wednesday 2 Fleetwood Defence Subs: 3 Aston Villa
Attack: 1 Rashford, Marcus 2 Nichols, Tom 3 Jesus, Gabriel 4 Rhodes, Jordan 5 Mane, Sadio 6 Kane, Harry 7 Hernandez, Javier
Attack Subs: 8 Lens, Jeremain 9 Downing, Stewart 10 Main, Curtis 11 Buckley, Will 12 Hogan, Scott
29th Peter Gerrard (30th, 33rd)
Very unspectacular progress last time around. To move into the top 20 will be an achievement.
Gerrard, Peter (Guardians of the Mars Bar)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Leeds United Defence Subs: 3 Forest Green Rovers
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Sharp, Billy 3 Wood, Chris 4 Akinfenwa, Ade 5 Doidge, Christian 6 Rooney, Wayne 7 Davies, Steve
Attack Subs: 8 Miller, Ricky 9 Elliott, Tom 10 Palmer, Ollie 11 Varney, Luke 12 Thomas, Nathan
30th Andy Peaden (34th, 41st, 9th, 29th, 7th, 27th)
Very difficult to see anything other than lower half after what has happened in the last two seasons. Strikers have goals in them and with what looks a shrewd purchase in Samuel progress could be on the cards. Defences may need some close scrutiny as time goes on.
Peaden, Andy (The Navajo Know)
Defence: 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2 West Bromwich Albion Defence Subs: 3 Fulham
Attack: 1 Gabbiadini, Manolo 2 Collins, James 3 Samuel, Dominic 4 Kane, Harry 5 Pitman, Brett 6 Diedhiou, Famara 7 Assombalonga, Britt
Attack Subs: 8 Kodija, Jonathan 9 Jesus, Gabriel 10 Jota 11 Fletcher, Ashley 12 McAlney, Conor
31st Paul Gerrard (13th,45th, 28th, 24th, 1st, 3rd, 9th, 24th, 21st, 18th, 26th, 16th)
Gained some respectability last season after a disastrous previous effort and an average efforts two seasons before. The victory from 5 years seems along time ago now.
Gerrard, Paul (Is the Tele Broke?)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Oxford United Defence Subs: 3 Millwall
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Washington, Conor 3 Vassell, Isaac 4 Doidge, Christian 5 Assombalonga, Britt 6 King, Josh 7 Pitman, Brett
Attack Subs: 8 McAlney, Conor 9 Abraham, Tammy 10 Varney, Luke 11 Done, Matt 12 Rhead, Matt
32nd Jeff Miller (24th, 31st, 10th, 17th, 16th, 38th, 22nd, 36th, 27th, 23rd, 17th, 21st)
Back to the old ways in the last two years and I fear this may continue.
Miller, Jeff (Jazzy Jeff)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Fleetwood Defence Subs: 3 Luton Town
Attack: 1 Assombalonga, Britt 2 Beckford, Jermaine 3 Doidge, Christian 4 Green, Matt 5 Aguero, Sergio 6 Collins, James 7 Pitman, Brett
Attack Subs: 8 Chaplin, Conor 9 McAlney, Conor 10 Angol, Lee 11 Rose, Danny 12 Wheeler, David
33rd Russ Farnham (20th,19th, 16th, 11th, 20th, 36th, 12th, 17th, 9th, 14th, 6th, 3rd)
Very underwhelming from artist previously known as Stato. He has other interests now and Grandad is certain to be in lower reaches again.
Farnham, Russ (Silva Lining)
Defence: 1 Middlesbrough 2 Wolves Defence Subs: 3 Oxford United
Attack: 1 Kane, Harry 2 Assombalonga, Britt 3 Murphy, Darryl 4 Rose, Danny 5 Pitman, Brett 6 Gabbiadini, Manolo 7 Collins, James
Attack Subs: 8 Diedhiou, Famara 9 Jesus, Gabriel 10 Jota 11 Miller, Ricky 12 Harrison, Ellis
34th Alan Keech (8th,25th, 23rd, 32nd, 18th, 12th, 35th, 34th, 29th, 35th, 28th, 23rd)
Dad tends to have a good season every Preston Guild. Last time around's 8th could be considered to be that so he will probably revert to type again this time around.
Keech, Alan (Sheridan's Superstars)
Defence: 1 Portsmouth 2 Aston Villa Defence Subs: 3 Oldham Athletic
Attack: 1 Abraham, Tammy 2 Hernandez, Abel 3 Marquis, John 4 Porter, Chris 5 Alli, Dele 6 Grigg, Will 7 Gabbiadini, Manolo
Attack Subs: 8 Rhead, Matt 9 Ramirez, Sandro 10 Foriestieri, Fernando 11 Defoe, Jermain 12 Clarke, Billy
35th Chris Lyons (39th, 35th, 26th, 33rd, 27th, 45th, 4th, 35th)
Decline continues and will as far as I can see carry on to the season
Lyons, Chris (Moshiri's Billionaires)
Defence: 1 AFC Wimbledon 2 Nottingham Forest Defence Subs: 3 Everton
Attack: 1 Jesus, Gabriel 2 Assombalonga, Britt 3 Hernandez, Javier 4 Alli, Dele 5 Kane, Harry 6 Beckford, Jermaine 7 Rooney, Wayne
Attack Subs: 8 McAlney, Conor 9 Aluko, Sone 10 Hazard, Eden 11 Dowell, Kieran 12 Adams, Che
36th Chris Gerrard (36th,36th)
36th on both attempts, yes you have guessed it going for the same placing.
Gerrard, Christopher (Craggy Island Over-75s)
Defence: 1 Manchester United 2 Fleetwood Defence Subs: 3 Forest Green Rovers
Attack: 1 Jesus, Gabriel 2 Kane, Harry 3 Nugent, David 4 Zohore, Kenneth 5 Doidge, Christian 6 Collins, James 7 McAlney, Conor
Attack Subs: 8 Procter, Jamie 9 Dowell, Kieran 10 Bugiel, Omar 11 Hourinhane, Conor 12 Roofe, Kemar
37th Richard Smith (40th, 46th, 30th, 25th, 38th, 44th, 34th, 37th, 34th)
Another to challenge for bottom spot again.
Smith, Richard (Uxello Geeks)
Defence: 1 Arsenal 2 Bradford Defence Subs: 3 Northampton Town
Attack: 1 Sharp, Billy 2 Kane, Harry 3 Collins, James 4 Clarke, Leon 5 Batshuayi, Michy 6 Ameobi, Sammy 7 Andrew, Calvin
Attack Subs: 8 Arnold, Nathan 9 Atsu, Christian 10 Fletcher, Steven 11 Anichebe, Victor 12 Fernandinho
38th Royce Frankin (41st, 39th, 29th, 27th, 14th, 13th, 8th, 10th, 33rd, 8th, 15th, no entry)
I have a feeling bottom spot awaits for Royce. He struggles to get any some of momentum going these days.
Franklin, Royce (Harrop Imps)
Defence: 1 Fleetwood 2 Middlesbrough Defence Subs: 3 Scunthorpe United
Attack: 1 Green, Matt 2 Pitman, Brett 3 Assombalonga, Britt 4 Bamford, Patrick 5 Lukaku, Romelu 6 Powell, Nick 7 Iheanacho, Kelechi
Attack Subs: 8 Beckford, Jermaine 9 Sigurdsson, Gylfi 10 Wood, Chris 11 Robinson, Theo 12 Porter, Chris