This week we’ve seen the majority of world leaders descend on Glasgow to have a chat about, well, saving the planet.
David Attenborough scolded them all like children, and in fairness, he’s allowed.
Boris and Biden decided to have a snooze while climate experts were trying to inform them of just how far up shit creek we are without a paddle (Answer: Pretty far up, and it wasn’t a sh*t creek before the Tories allowed their mates to pump raw sewage into it)
Greta Thunberg stood outside and called them all bad names.
COP26? Should be COPONTOYOURSELVES26.
Defender: James Chilwell / Ben Reece, Chelsea
I’ll be honest, you should have either/or/both in your team this weekend as Chelsea host Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
Seven clean sheets for Chelsea and only three goals conceded all season. Both were rested in midweek so should be certain to start.
How to choose between them? Well James is owned by a few % less and is slightly cheaper. So, him, probably.
Midfielder: Emile Smith-Rowe, Arsenal
Regular readers will recall that I tipped ESR as an outsider tip a few weeks ago, stating that he was in the last-chance saloon in my squad. He then blanked, but I spared him and kept him.
Of course, I benched him for the next week when he hauled, put him in for two more weeks, when he blanked, benched him again when he hauled, and I have finally decided to start him every week.
ESR is now showing consistency and this week Arsenal welcome Watford, who conversely are showing incredible inconsistency so far under Ranieri. Concede five, then score five, then lose 1-0 at home. Who knows what will show up at The Emirates?
I’m backing Smith-Rowe to continue his current form which has seen him score three and assist two in his last five starts.
Forward: Jamie Vardy, Leicester City
After a shocking run of form that has seen Vardy pick up just two points in GW’s 9 & 10, Leicester City now travel to play struggling Leeds United, who just about squeaked past Norwich City.
For those worried about a potential European hangover after the Foxes play in the Europa League this week, know this: In three FPL fixtures following a Europa League game, Vardy has scored 8 points, 8 points and…err…1 point, but he was injured at half-time in that one.
Leeds have one clean sheet all season, and even conceded to Norwich. I rest my case.
Captain: Mo Salah, Liverpool
Yeah, he’s just ridiculous, isn’t he?
Ten games. Six double-digit hauls. Ten goals. Seven assists. Sixteen bonus points. Outrageous.
Granted, he’s off the back of a DISASTER last weekend with just an assist, but we must keep the faith.
It’s away to West Ham this week. He’s had fun at the London Stadium in recent seasons. In four away games at West Ham for Liverpool, Salah has five goals and an assist. In eight games in total against West Ham for Liverpool, Salah has nine goals and two assists.
In summary: Salah always hammers the Hammers.
Outsider: Leandro Trossard, Brighton & Hove Albion
How about an out of position midfielder playing up front in an improving, attractive, attacking side, owned by less than 2% and costing just £6.4m.
Oh, and he has two goals, an assist and five BPS this season.
Ladies and Gents, I present to you Leandro Trossard.