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PREMIER LEAGUE WEEK 10
Tom Cleverley's 7 points on Monday night as Aston Villa lost 2-0 at QPR increases Fatty Cartmans Serious Botty Problem's Week 10 total to 58 points and, with Oli and Dreamers not scoring on the night, the three are equal best for the week with 58 points. It's enough to see Fatty climb out of the relegation zone in Donkeys Division Three. At the top of the overall table, one of Pluckydip's two QPR boys were in action, but a clean sheet for Rob Green means our previous leaders lost 2 points and confirms We're So Good, It's Unbelievable!! as our official new table toppers - the fifth team to top the overall table so far this season. With a team full of Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton players it's an impressive performance from the Unbelievables, though I'm not entirely sure it's what they intended...

With 25 points from two matches, Hugo Lloris is our Nightmare of the week, while 6 is enough to keep Jack Wilshere to of the Nightmares of the Season with 71 points. Tim Howard is still 2nd (67), Scott Arfield 3rd (66). It's a strange looking Nightmare top 10, with Raheem Sterling, Wojciech Szczesny, Mario Balotelli and Pablo Zabaleta also among the big scorers. At the other end of the list, unsurprisingly the worst clutch of players have only made an appearance or two - Petr Cech and Gerhard Tremmel, both with -4 points from two appearances (and two clean sheets). Taking players that have made at least five starts, Toby Alderweireld is worst (5 from 5) with Diafra Sakho next (9 from 7+1). If you increase the criteria to 10 starts, the bottom three are all n Southampton's back line - Jose Fonte 3rd, Fraser Forster 2nd and Nathaniel Clyne the worst with 12 points from 11 games.

Capital One Cup week is upon us again so no let up - Week 11 starts Tuesday with Chelsea, Liverpool, Swansea and West Brom in action.
 
SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP WEEK 10
13 points on Sunday courtesy of Kilmarnock pair Lee Ashcroft and Josh Magennis makes Partickhill Magyars Week 10's top Nightmare 11. Ashcroft gained from Manuel Pascali's red card that sees the latter easily the best player of the week with 21 points. Ashcroft came on for only his second appearance of the season and scored 6. Only Athletic Bonhill Academical have Pascali in their Nightmare 11, and his 21 points keeps Bonhill in touch with the overall top 3.

Still top are NervousSheep, who scored 37 - equal second best for Week 10. Their lead is now up to 32 points, with Random Scots climbing to 2nd.
 
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