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West Ham must avoid a repeat of Brighton disappointment by Scott Johnson
West Ham built on a strong 1-1 draw at Leicester in week ten with a massive 4-2 outburst against Burnley. West Ham looked completely dominant in this match, holding onto the ball and putting an insane amount of effort into their attack. The win resulted in a few huge boosts in Sam Tighe‘s power rankings.
The Bleacher Report weekly ranking, EPL100 can be seen here. It ranks the best players by positions after each week, taking into consideration their performances from the week that was, and the form they have strung together over the past few matches.
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Let’s get into the Iron’s rankings:
Keepers: Lukasz Fabianski -2nd Previous: 1st
The West Ham keeper didn’t lose his place based off of his performance but was usurped by Martin Debravka of Newcastle who had a terrific match. Dubravka maintained a clean sheet in a win over Watford which is something that should be recognized when a team like Newcastle can manage it.
Fabianski had three shots against and two of those went for goals. The first was a misplay by Issa Diop which are few and far between, and the second was poor marking on a corner kick. Neither were on Fabianski so I’m not worried. A dysfunctional Huddersfield Town attack promises a bounce-back for Fabianski.
Centre-backs: Issa Diop – 7th Previous: 8th
A bit of a headscratcher