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LEADERS TOP FOR WEEK 25
Deeneys Midnight Runners are starting to look like they may be unbeatable... top scorers on Week 25 with 33 points, their lead is now 67 points. Another starring performance from Tyrone Mings, with 11 points to follow up last week's 13, makes his total now 43 from just 3 starts and 2 sub appearances. An average of 8.6 points per performance is the 2nd best, only bettered by Alvero Arbeloa's 10, 30 points from 1 start and 2 subs. Fellow West Ham full-back is the best Nightmare to have made at least 5 starts (7.83, 47 points from 6 games) while if you only include players to have made at least 10 appearances, Jordi Amat leads the way with 102 points from 15 (6.8).
 
CLUCAS BACK WITH A BANG
Sam Clucas' disappearance from the Top 10 Nightmares was short-lived... after dropping out last week he recorded a monumental 22 point performance in Hull's 2-0 loss at Arsenal, and is now 2nd. However his red card in that match will obviously see him serve a suspension now. With leader Curtis Davies likely to be out for a while yet, 3rd and beyond will be looking to push for top spot.

Joel Ward is equal 3rd and just 5 behind Davies at the top, while Ahmad Elmohamady returned to action this week and is level with Ward.
 
MANOLO TO JOIN RACE FOR WORST NIGHTMARE?
Of the three recent signings who joined the Negatives last week, two are gone - and I would be confident they won't be back - Hull boys Alfred N'Diaye and Andrea Ranocchia. Two goals though for Manolo Gabbiadini sees him down to 3rd-worst with -4 from his first two Southampton appearances, 'bettered' only by Michel Vorm (-5) and Marcos Alonso (-8).
 
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TOP NIGHTMARES
1 (=) Davies (HUL) 131 (0 this)
2 (new) Clucas (HUL) 129 (22)
3 (-1) Ward (CRY) 126 (3)
3 (-1) Elmohamady (HUL) 126 (3)
5 (-1) Djilobodji (SUN) 119 (-)
6 (new) Huth (LEI) 116 (8)
6 (+1) Holebas (WAT) 116 (5)
6 (+1) A.Smith (BOU) 116 (5)
6 (-2) Fabianski (SWA) 116 (-3)
10 (=) S.Cook (BOU) 115 (5)
 
REPORTS
Week 24 - Ward heading for top Nightmare?
Week 23 - Muppets top disappointing week
Week 22 - Woodenmen regain some ground
Week 21 - Bumper week sees Deeneys go clear
Week 20 - Woodenmen reduce gap
Week 19 - Terrible Sat halts Woodenmen
Week 18 - Woodenmen make up ground
Week 17 - Deeneys lead continues to grow
Week 16 - leaders pulling clear
Week 15 - Deeneys stay top
Week 14 - Deeneys back on top
Week 13 - Drinkwater sends Oli top
Week 12 - Deeneys hang on
Week 11 - Deeneys go clear
Week 10 - Tie at the top
Week 9 - Hackers and Dollin on the rise
Week 8 - 5th week top for Oli
Week 7 - Koscielny sends Olis clear
Week 6 - Deeneys Go Top
Week 5 - Oli&Luke back on top
Week 4 - Swiffer hang on
Week 3 - Swiffer take over
Week 2 - Oli&Luke stay top
Week 1 - Jonathan and Zak set the pace