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WEEK 6 - MKHITARYAN BREAKING RECORDS
Last season saw the record for the all-time top score in a Nightmare Week broken, equalled, then broken again. The Muppets set a new high of 72, Schoolboy Errors matched it, then Keep Calm and Mkhitaryan topped it with 73. Well, this week Keep Calm improve their own record by 4 points with a whopping 77 Nightmare points. As you'd expect looking at the weekend's results, Watford played a significant part - Ben Foster and Abdoulaye Doucoure accounted for 32 of Keep Calm's points. Even without them though, Trevor Matthews' boys averaged 5 points each and they would be top scorers for the week with just 5 of the 31 picked up by the Watford boys - Keep Calm's 77 is over 57% more than the second best of 49, which came from Hextable Hackers who gained the most from Watford's hammering at Man City, with Hackers' 3 Watford boys scoring 37. With Keep Calm's nearest rivals Relegation Terrorists scoring 35, Mkhitaryan suddenly find themselves 53 points ahead at the top.
 
MUPPETS HIT ROCK BOTTOM
The shock of the week for me - and indeed the season so far - is to see The Muppets fall to the very bottom of the Division One table. Pretty much always among the challengers, The Muppets were League Champions two seasons ago (and pipped to the overall table by a few points at the very end of the season). Last season they spent the entire season on top of the League - and overall - until about the last 20 minutes, but lost their League title to Oli&Luke 11. A slow start seemed to have been overcome a few weeks back when Muppets showed signs of climbing the table, but 20 points this week is not enough to stop them slipping two places to bottom.

Of course there is an extremely long way to go and some managers tend to take their eye off the ball as the season goes on, so I expect Richard Hancy's boys to make significant upward progress - but as it stands 12 of the 14 teams in the Division appear to be closely managed Nightmare 11s. At this stage if I had to stick my nose out I would predict a relegation trio of Ipswich Invincibles, Wooden Spoons (even though they are currently 6th) and one other. Surely it would be unthinkable the The Muppets could be that other...?
 
 
NEWS + UPDATES
Week 7 - Hackers storming up table
Week 6 - Keep Calm set all-time high score
Week 5 - 3 weeks for Keep Calm, Ramraiders top for week
Week 4 - Terrorists best, Keep Calm stay top
Week 3 - Keep Calm go top
Week 2 - Wat a Team!
Week 1 - new Managers share top spot
Changes for 2019-20
European competitions return
 
TOP NIGHTMARES
PlayerTeamPointsThis
Abdoulaye DoucoureWATFORD552
Craig DawsonWATFORD501
Jose HolebasWATFORD49-3
Ben FosterWATFORD48-3
Kiko FemeniaWATFORD46
Jamal LewisNORWICH4411
Max AaronsNORWICH4411
Kurt ZoumaCHELSEA413
Isaac HaydenNEWCASTLE41
Steve CookBOURNEMOUTH403
JoelintonNEWCASTLE406

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WORST NIGHTMARES
PlayerTeamPointsThis
Sergio AgueroMAN CITY-106
Pierre-Emerick AubameyangARSENAL-33
Calum ChambersARSENAL-3-3
Ciaran ClarkNEWCASTLE-3-3
Matthew LongstaffNEWCASTLE-3-3
Antonio RudigerCHELSEA-1
Sadio ManeLIVERPOOL-1-2
Benjamin MendyMAN CITY-1
Diogo DalotMAN UNITED-1-1
Sebastian ProdlWATFORD-1-1