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Week 35 Preview: 5 Questions

Looking ahead to week 35 plus a player of the year and management question to answer.

Would you vote for him?
Would you vote for him?
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Hopefully you are scoring great points coming into the Leicester v Chelsea game final score.  Looking ahead to week 35 we have our usual 5 questions.

Did the PFA get the player of the 2014/15 correct in your view?

Always seems strange to me to be able to win a season's award with the season not over.  However, Eden Hazard came away with players player of the year winners award.  Harry Kane came second while David De Gea got third.  Was that the correct three for you or would Alexis Sanchez have got in the top 3 somewhere?

Point of note.  Hazard has now won either player of the year or young player of the year in 6 of the 7 seasons he has played top flight football.  Talk about consistent quality.

If Wayne Rooney is out will you risk Falcao or RVP?

Radamel Falcao keeps getting final chances to secure a Manchester United contract and should Rooney miss out the home game with West Bromwich Albion he may get one more.  The price is right and you still have to feel if he gets one goal he may get two.  There is of course the chance Mr Van Persie is back in the mix.  So who will start and will you risk Falcao/RVP?

With the side out of form, who will you pick from Liverpool for the visit of Queens Park Rangers?

Philippe Coutinho seems a certainly as the only Liverpool player in form.  News that Daniel Sturridge may miss the season gave Mario Balotelli a chance during the double week, a chance he very much did not take. Could Rickie Lambert get a rare run out?  Despite his poor form he it seems Raheem Sterling and his contract talks are keeping him on the pitch and Adam Lallana is back in contention.

With calls for his job coming from some of the Liverpool fans Brendan Rodgers could really do with finishing strong.  With a Champions League spot going to the UEFA Europa League winners they will want to qualify for that competition.  How does he set his side up this week?

Can you name us a gut pick under £10m for the week ahead?

Stewart Downing, Steven Gerrard, Kevin Mirallas, Enner Valencia, Ross Barkley, Marouane Fellaini, Jermain Defoe, Robin Van Persie, Saido Mane, Erik Lamela, or even the Troll King himself as some ideas?