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WEEK 27: PANIC AT THE TOP AGAIN
Only eight results in this Nightmare week, with Brighton and - to a lesser extent - Everton the significant omissions. The latter have already played the fixture rearranged from this weekend, while if you missed your Brighton players you can rest in the knowledge they have an extra game against Chelsea to come. Yet to be rearranged.

Week 27's top scorers were unaffected by the missing games, with the Panic Attacks scoring 51 points. That means the Panics have now been our Team-of-the-Week on three of the last seven weeks. They are doing it in three-week cycles... Attacks' first Team-of-the-Week came on Week 21, then Week 24 and now 27.
 
OLI&LUKE BACK IN 2ND
I must admit I was a little dubious when Oli&Luke 11 brought Tommy Smith into their Nightmare 11 on Week 23. Huddersfield defenders are gold dust this season but only if they're playing, and Smith had only made 3 starts and 1 sub appearance at that stage of the season. This weekend though was Tommy's 4th start since, and a straight red card helped him to 20 points. That inspires Oli&Luke to a 47 point total on Week 27, the second best. With Smith now set to serve a suspension, the question for manager Jonathan Andrews now is whether to ditch him for a replacement or - with quality defenders in short supply - hang on to Smith and accept Olis will be without a key man for three matches.

Oli&Luke are back in 2nd following a disastrous week for Keep Calm And Mkhitaryan who suffered from having only five Nightmares in action. Two of them are Brighton players, while Victor Camarasa and Andre Schurrle were missing from action on Saturday, when their two Newcastle boys scored -5 points between them. Keep Calm were praying for a big return from their two Southampton boys at Arsenal on Sunday... 'keeper Alex McCarthy was dropped, as was Mhkitaryan's brand new signing Ryan Bertrand, after having returned to the starting line-up in the Saints' last match following injury.

Keep Calm managed just 8 points - the worst in the top 23 - and lost 14 on leaders The Muppets (22). Oli&Luke's impressive week, though, means that Muppets' lead at the top is reduced again. The gap is now 43 points, 9 less than it was last week and the lowest it's been for 10 weeks.
 
 
REPORTS
Week 38: Jahanbaksh nudges Muppets closer
Week 37: time running out...?
Week 36 update
Week 35 update
Week 34: Christoffam's late push?
Week 33: Keep Calm's new record
Week 32: Oli&Luke reduce gap to 16
Week 31: Muppets respond to pressure
Week 30: Top 5 Squeeze
Week 29: Getting close at the top
Week 28: Oli&Luke closing in
 
TOP NIGHTMARES
PlayerTeamPointsThis
Christopher SchindlerHUDDERSFIELD1783
Ben MeeBURNLEY1767
Denis OdoiFULHAM159
Terence KongoloHUDDERSFIELD1593
Sean MorrisonCARDIFF CITY143-1
Charlie TaylorBURNLEY1427
Chris LoweHUDDERSFIELD141
Bruno Ecuele MangaCARDIFF CITY138-3
Aleksandar MitrovicFULHAM1386
Conor CoadyWOLVES1375

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WORST NIGHTMARES
PlayerTeamPointsThis
Sadio ManeLIVERPOOL-18-6
Mohamed SalahLIVERPOOL-170
Virgil Van DijkLIVERPOOL-14-3
Oleksandr ZinchenkoMAN CITY-123
Willy CaballeroCHELSEA-6-3
Trent Alexander-ArnoldLIVERPOOL-6-3
Raheem SterlingMAN CITY-52
Aymeric LaporteMAN CITY-4-2
John RuddyWOLVES-3
AlissonLIVERPOOL-2-3
Nicolas OtamendiMAN CITY-21