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PREMIER LEAGUE WEEK 4
A 17 point Sunday rockets Oli to the top of Week 4's performers courtesy of their Tottenham and Leicester boys. As Spurs lost 3-0 to Liverpool, Jan Vertonghen picked up 8 points with sub Mousa Dembele scoring 3 - while Kasper Schmeichel (4) and Jamie Vardy (2) added 6. Oli's 58 point week sees them climb 22 places to 14th overall, and they are up six to 4th in Donkeys Division Two. Next best are one of our new teams - Lily Tigers move to the top of Division Four with 57 on Week 4.

Seamus Coleman is Nightmare of the Week with 20 points in Everton's 6-3 defeat to Chelsea, and two of his teammates - Tim Howard and Leighton Baines - are now equal best Nightmare of the season with 29. Joey O'Brien of West Ham is also equal top. Eric Dier finally hit some form - our worst Nightmare with -8 points before this week, the Spurs new boy gained 11 on Sunday. The new worst Nightmares are a selection of Capital One Cup goalkeepers with -2 points from one clean sheet. The worst Nightmare with more than one appearance is now Dwight Gayle with -1 from four games (two starts and two as sub).

Antipodean Albion stay top of the overall table despite scoring just 19 points this weekend. Ipswich Invincibles climb two places to 2nd and are just 2 points behind.
 
SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP WEEK 4
7 points from their three Celtic boys on Sunday is enough to ensure Random Scots stay top of the overall table in Scotland for another week. Scots were our top Nightmare 11 going into Week 4 despite their goalkeeper being their only man not to play yet this season. Ross County sacked their manager, Mark Brown was reinstated, County lost 4-0 and Brown picked up 10 points on his debut for the Randoms. Sounds like a recipe for a Nightmare 11 running away at the top but it's not the case - going into Sunday James Willingham's boys had been caught by Shipwrecks Revival - but Revival collected only 3 points on Sunday so the Randoms remain our leaders.

Scantipodean Albion are the week's top scorers with an impressive 65 points. Albion climb six places to 6th while the next best Nightmare 11, NervousSheep with 60, are up two to 3rd. Ross County's Uros Celcer is our Nightmare of the week with a huge 32 points - and Uros is easily the Nightmare of the Season so far with 63 points, 21 more than the next best. Meanwhile Inverness' continuing refusal to concede goals makes goalkeeper Dean Brill our worst nightmare with -10 points from five matches and five clean sheets...
 
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