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Hi Chris. That's a good looking team. The individuals are nearly all excellent.
There are no problems at the moment, but it could change in the coming weeks.
Man City strikers are a risk because of the talent they possess up top. I have Aguero, and he is the most likely to play out of all of them, but as you saw, Dzeko bagged 4 goals then sat on the bench for the next game.
Kieran Dyer has an absolutely terrible injury record. It was no shock to see him limp off on the opening day. he is not the most reliable backup (i assume hes backup to cleverly).
Keep an eye on Baines and Everton, they could hit a real dip soon. They're running on empty and have lost their best players.
Bit of GK advice: Reina will always play if hes fit. Hes pretty much the best keeper in the league. He saves lots, makes very few mistakes and is good at saving penalties. I often take the route of picking for example: Reina and Doni. Given and Guzan. The first team keeper and the reserve. Reserve keepers are very cheap (as they play rarely). But if Reina misses a game, then Doni will play (and hes not bad). If you can swap Al-habsi for Doni and it saves you 0.5 or 1.0m, do it. Al habsi is a talented keeper but Wigan will yet again leak goals.
Keep an eye on Bolton too, see how they react to that mauling from Man Utd. If it starts to go badly, get Cahill (expensive!) out and check Shawcross or Marc Wilson from Stoke.
Silva is a genius ALWAYS make him your captain when Man city play at home.
Hey Cinco, check out my EPIC "50 Riskiest Players in Fantasy Football" when you get a chance. Appreciate the feedback last time.
Thanks for reading and commenting on my article, Chris. Just when you think that Chicago's got Vancouver figured out, they revert to the style they played in the first game. Last game, Vancouver carried the play. It seems that when both teams start winning, they start thinking it is too easy and then let their opponent regroup. Whoever has their head into it the most will win this series.