EGYPT Week 37 Player Picks

Kevork Djansezian

Hello Everyone,

I would like first to congratulate my good friends Jeremy, Neal, and Nik for the amazing work of the blog and hopefully it will get even better for the upcoming seasons.

We are almost at the end of the season and it's almost your last chance to go above your friends in your group and finish the season on a high. I am currently sitting on 34 overall and I will try to do my best to finish in the top 20.

I can see this week as a high scoring week with plenty of teams having a very nice matches, Add to that the plenty of numbers of enablers that can let you have 3-4 of the expensive guys.


Edin Dzeko: He had a good week last week and he will be dropped for the FA Cup final and should start @ Reading which we all know that is a great match.

Daniel Sturridge: Price maybe bit high for the liking of all people but this guy loves shooting from everywhere and has a reasonable match. The bonus here that he is on penalty kick duties as Gerrard is out.

Chicharito: He will get a start and at the price of 9, he should be a bargain. He usually scores when he starts.

Demba Ba: Rested for the Tottenham game and having a great match against Villa.

Papis Cisse: Playing against a team that have nothing to play for, Newcastle should be fired up for this game and so will Mr. Cisse.


Theo Walcott: I hope everyone got him before his price went high, having a very good match and might get a start upfront as Podolski was so disappointing in the last 2 games he started upfront.

Hatem Ben Arfa: The skillful French master is back in the starting 11 and should be fired up against QPR.

Nani/Shinji Kagawa: I still cant get to terms that Nani is priced @ 6 and i just feel that he is due a start and can be a great pick this week. Also you can pick Kagawa as he was rested in the last 2 games and should start.

Jack Rodwell: Do you want a filler? He was priced @ 1 something and should start against Reading.

Coutinho/Steward Downing: Coutinho should play in the hole and the little Brazilian is showing great form. Downing looks good and the match is right and will be taking corners and set pieces.

Marouane Fellaini: He have been so quiet for the last 3-4 weeks and he might give his manager a farewell with a goal here.


Phil Jones: Should play somewhere in the defence or in the midfield and the price is great.

Kolarov/Micah Richards: Both will start @ Reading and could be handy, especially the Serbian.

Martin Skrtel: With Daniel Agger out, Big Martin can prove a point to his manager with a strong performance.

Mathieu Debuchy: @ 2 something he can be a good enabler if you want to fill it up with the big boys.

Michael Dawson: I still have him @ 3 something and Stoke arent scoring lots of goals so he might stay in the team.


Plenty of enablers here and I would recommend one of these guys so you can free some money and make a stronger team.

Bunn: @ 1.66 and Norwich playing for their lives, he should be an interesting option.

Robbie Elliot: @ 1.3 Bit risky as you don't know which Newcastle will show up but he shouldn't be getting -14 like he did against Liverpool.

Anders Lindegaard: @ 3 The question is whether he will play or not. That's the risk if you wan to take it or not.

I wish everyone best of luck for this week and plenty of more success for the blog.



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