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Real Football Men – Fantasy Football Roundup Gameweek 6

Another week of Premier League action has passed us by and that means it’s time for another Real Football Men FPL round up. The name at the top of the table is unchanged as Kwame Twumasi holds onto top spot with a score of 380 points.

He now has a 45 point advantage of Harrison Narh in second, Harrison continues his surge up the table but is closely followed by yours truly. With Harrison on 335, I sit in third place just three points on 332 behind while my good friend Andy Miller is surging up the ladder as he now sits in 4th and rounds up the Champions League places with a score of 330.

Tim Ward continues to slide down the table as he is now in 5th while Dennis Kioko also drops down the table as he now sits in 6th. M Fariz Nirwansyah, Eoin McAndrew, Peter Smith and Andrew Sinclair all have green arrows next to their name and round out the top 10.

Last season’s winner David McDonagh had a torrid time last week and now finds himself in 11th, while Fifi McDowell in 12th will be celebrating the highest score of last week with a tally of 77 on the boards. The lowest scorer accolade goes to Matt Dickinson who turned in a lame 16.

@THEWWFPL (give him a follow on Twitter) finds himself in 24th, while Gary Mantle flies up to 28th and pulls clear of the battle to beat the drop. That race to avoid mid season relegation hots up as although Stuart Robertson is still bottom the gap now only sits at 8 points from Daniel Platt who is sinking down the table like a stone.

That concludes the Week 6 Roundup, best of luck over the course of the weekend and I’ll be back next week. Until then

Highest Score – Fifi McDowell 77

Lowest Score – Matt Dickinson 16

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