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Week 31 Live Chat, Part 2: Aiming For 400

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We wrap up the double game fixtures this midweek with some vital matches. With a very strong opening matchday providing many managers with 200+ points, is an unprecedented 400 point week a possibility?

Ref, it was me! But it wasn't a red card, honest!
Ref, it was me! But it wasn't a red card, honest!

My own fantasy team has performed admirably so far, netting me 213 points in the first half of Week 31, and thanks to the FA's decision to uphold Arsenal's double appeal (clearing both Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to face Swansea today), I've got a full squad of eleven players hopefully in action over the next couple days.

The other major news is that, thanks to a bizarre change of fortunes this season that sees Liverpool competing with Manchester City (and Chelsea) for the title and David Moyes struggling to get his team to qualify for the Europa League, I am officially a Manchester United fan today. It pains me to say that, but a United win or even draw will help boost Liverpool's title credentials in a big way heading towards the season's end. Having Wayne Rooney on my fantasy team makes rooting for the Red Devils a bit easier, so hopefully he'll make me very happy by adding to his 2-goal haul against West Ham.

What are you hoping for today? Who are the differential picks you need to come through for you? Do you think anyone will hit 400 points? Let's chat!