After two group stages and a semi-final knockout round, we have reached the Grand Final of this season’s Gentlemen’s Classic, with Big Steve and Jockin’ Jeeves competing over two legs for the first trophy of the season.
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With the gameweek left in chaos after the cancellations of five games, Lord Geord was left with a severely weakened squad, a situation which opened the door for the chasers to crank up the pressure.
With late cancellations wreaking havoc through the division, Jockin' Jeeves made his move, blowing away the competition with an outstanding performance.
With a huge opportunity to put daylight between myself and those hunting me down, I needed Gallagher to produce. Thankfully, the Palace playmaker was hungry for a haul, while my closest rival set himself up for a fall.
The gameweek’s top scorers were those with the courage to captain one of the Sons, Heung-Min or Wil, leaving the rest of the Gentlemen wondering if it’s time to stop playing it safe with Salah in the race for glory.
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