SBC’s Charlie Cole has continued his recent good form in the League of Legends to displace longtime leader James Birch, and take his place at the summit.
Harry Kane, who top scored with 16 points following a two goal and one assist man of the match display in the 4-1 thumping of Liverpool, was disappointingly overlooked in favour of Romelu Lukaku (10 points) as captain, but his 60 point total was enough to take the lead by a solitary point.
One of the biggest movers of the weekend was Ladbrokes Coral’s Lewis Palmer, who’s 81 points saw him top score for the weekend. Led by Kane (16 points), who again was overlooked as captain in favour of David De Gea (2 points), the Manchester City duo of Nicolas Otamendi (15 points and second highest round score) and Leroy Sane (12 points and second in the total score table) helped Palmer leapfrog his way into 18th overall.
Another big mover is Yosef Salameh, who recorded 73 points and eased into the top ten in the process. Kane (16 points) the man to thank once again, flanked by captain Lukaku (10 points), with Sane (12 points), Kevin De Bruyne (6 points) and Rob Elliot (7 points) usefully chipping in.
It’s second vs third to kick off this weekend’s action, with Tottenham Hotspur taking their confidence up to Old Trafford hoping to heap more misery on a Manchester United side fresh off a 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield Town. League leaders City head to The Hawthorns to face off against Tony Pulis’ West Brom, while Jamie Vardy and co will be hoping to fill their boots as struggling Everton take on the managerless Leicester City.