Fantasy Football review

And so round 24 of the Premier League came to an end with Alfie Mawson's strike securing a vital three points for Swansea City as they downed Liverpool on Monday night.

Fantasy managers will have a week's break as the semifinals of the EFL Cup and FA Cup fourth round come into focus for the next seven days. However, nerves will be frayed, each and every manager in the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League in association with St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union, will cross their fingers and toes and hope none of their players gets injured on cup duty.

But with no Premier League matches for the next week let us have a look at the top three of our league at present.

1 Kevin Fahy - Mayo Vallecano - 1,482

Mayo Vallecano and Kevin Fahy are back on top. Fahy's men have been spearheaded by captain fantastic Harry Kane who has secured the green and reds' 42 points in the last two rounds. Marko Arnautovic has also been another shrewd signing for Fahy as the Austrian midfielder has garnered 21 points. With 14 rounds to go, Mayo Vallecano has been in the top spot for most of the season and if you were a betting man, the smart money would be on them for finishing there.

2 Stephen White - Biscuit or Cake - 1,461

Our former league leaders have slipped back down to second spot. Defence has been the major problem for White's charges as they struggle to keep clean sheets. The usually reliable Nicolas Otamendi and goalkeeper Ederson have not covered themselves in glory in their last two outings for Biscuit or Cake, and perhaps the cup break will provide White with an opportunity to work on defence in training. If he cannot get the back line sorted out, then Biscuit or Cake's title charge could crumble in the next few weeks.

3 Alexander Spieß - Dragonstone FC - 1,455

In the top three for the first time this season is Dragonstone FC. Lighting the touch paper for Spieß's men's title surge is the flying front line of Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero. With a creative midfield that includes Mohamed Salah, Raheem Sterling, and Marko Arnautovic, Dragonstone FC's game plan is all about attack, attack, attack. They say defences win championships, Spieß and his team intend to disprove this.

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