The Gentlemen reconvened after the international break, only to play out a stalemate which had minimal variance in the scores and little movement in the table – a situation which brings the Dragon one step closer to the title.
In a low-scoring Blank Gameweek, the Free Hitters took full advantage, while those who had failed to plan paid the price. One man only scored five points, leaving his Gentlemen's Trophy dreams in tatters.
The Gentlemen were goosed by Guardiola, who left all his big-name attackers on the bench, causing chaos through the division and leaving one man to take full advantage. Meanwhile, Round One of the Gentlemen's Trophy reached its conclusion.
In another double-gameweek that flattered to deceive, some Gentlemen were able to make huge gains. Meanwhile, the Gentlemen's Trophy got under way, with some big shocks on the cards.
In what proved a frustrating Double Gameweek for many reasons, the Eliminator reached its grand conclusion. Which of Ginger Ben and Grinchy Vogt would emerge victorious, and how would it affect the title race?
What started as a quiet gameweek exploded, with some big scores achieved in the final few matches, including one entry to the Hundred Club. Meanwhile, Grinchy Vogt’s FPL Cup odyssey is in real trouble, with his opponent’s captain being 17-point Dallas. Can he survive?
In what proved a slightly lacklustre double-gameweek, Silky Ilkay was the League of Gentlemen’s key man. The Ginger Goliath’s reign at the top was brought to an end, while Grinchy Vogt faced a tough challenge to keep his FPL Cup run alive and Lord Geord sought to atone for his woeful Wildcard.
This week, Lord Geord played his Wildcard, a decision that ended in disaster. Meanwhile, Ginger Ben's lead at the top comes under real pressure.
In a high-scoring gameweek, Grinchy Vogt’s irrepressible scoring power continued unabated, while King Ding finally reminded everyone why he is the back-to-back champ. With every top ten manager bar Ginger Ben captaining the same player again, could the league leader take advantage?
In a week with a wild fluctuation of scores, one manager saw all his good work come undone with a disaster in the transfer market, while another continued his remarkable renaissance since being reminded of the joys of FPL with a sensational Manager of the Month win.
In a remarkable turnaround, Dan the Dragon's seemingly-impregnable lead has been overhauled in just two gameweeks. Can anybody assert their authority on the League of Gentlemen?
Double Gameweeks are defining moments of FPL seasons. Could Gameweek 19 be the week where momentum switched away from the Dragon?
The Gentlemen faced a real challenge to navigate the first major Blank Gameweek of the season. Point deductions, Free Hits and Wildcards flew around, only to see one of the lowest-scoring gameweeks so far, one where defensive players were the major winners.
After three intensive gameweeks, a clear leader has flown away at the top of the League of Gentlemen. Will anybody be able to slay the Dragon?
After two rounds of group stages, it all comes down to this. Two teams, two gameweeks and one Grand Final, all to determine who will become the inaugural Gentlemen's Classic winner out of Flash Funk and The Hitman.
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