Strikers find scoring touch to delight of fantasy managers

A plethora of points have been registered throughout SBC’s League of Legends this past weekend, with strikers hitting form at a number of clubs during gameweek six.

Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata secured a maiden Premier League hat-trick, Tottenham hot shot Harry Kane and Arsenal new boy Alexandre Lacazette earned a brace each while Manchester rivals Romelu Lukaku of United and Sergio Aguero of City got one apiece ensuring points galore.

Something Stephen Looker at Pinnacle Sports was the beneficiary of; top scoring with 89 points and surging up the table to eighth in the process.  Morata, who earned the highest round score with 17 points, captain Kane (13 points doubled to 26) and David Silva (11) doing most of the damage.

At the summit, however, is still the familiar face of James Birch.  Aguero (captain), the game’s current MVP with 52 points, responsible for a third (22) of the 66 points his side managed in this game week, with a 31 point cushion to second now in place.

Flying the flag for SBC is Charlie Cole, who built on last week’s impressive 85 points with 73 this time to lift ‘Missed The Deadline’ into the top three.  Manchester City duo Aguero (captain) and Raheem Sterling contributing almost half (35) of the overall total; a score that lifted Cole from seventh into third.

All eyes will be on Old Trafford this weekend, with Jose Mouriho’s United side taking on Crystal Palace who have recorded six losses from six with zero goals scored.  Free scoring City face a tricky trip to Stamford Bridge, while Lacazette and Arsenal will be hoping to build on their impressive home form against Brighton and Hove Albion in Sunday’s early kick off.

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