OI BRAZIER! NO!
Chris Brazier is not allowed to win TFG, therefore he is not top of the TFG league with a 100% record.
Rob Macfarlane is not allowed to win a prize, therefore he is not in 4th place.
Both these facts mean it’s actually Anne Shewring that now sits on top of the TFG league following an excellently executed Arsenal pick.
In other news, a whopping 53 TFGers picked up points as Pep Guardiola’s Man City side ran out relatively easy winners against Woy’s Palace – a result that even Stephen Cowell’s curse couldn’t scupper. Overall, the majority of the popular picks picked up 3 points, including Arsenal (14), Everton (20) and Brighton (18). On the flip, 24 TFGers dropped points as Burnley could only manage a draw at home to Huddersfield.
Why didn’t more of you go for Chelsea? Kudos must be bestowed upon Dewa Widya, the only TFGer to correctly call Chelsea’s Mortata inspired mauling away at Stoke. But, the ‘Pick of the Week’ award for Game Week #6 goes to James Berry, who predicted that someone sounding almost like Richardson, but isn’t quite Richardson, would score a 90th minute winner for Watford away at Swansea.
Now – looking to Game Week #7, if you’re after a ‘banker’ win then Man United at home to Crystal Palace looks as certain as they come. Arsenal vs. Brighton at The Emirates also looks like a home win, while Spurs away at Huddersfield will tempt a few no doubt.
Elsewhere, ‘Pick of the Week’ hunters might fancy Leicester to win away at Bournemouth, or can Watford continue their impressive away form and win at West Brom? BEWARE THE WEST BROM CURSE.
And finally – avoid the Chelsea v Man City game at all costs.
Game Week #7 kicks off at 12.30 on Saturday, with Huddersfield hosting Tottenham in lovely West Yorkshire.
Whoever you pick, good luck.