Gameweek 34 was the week the wildcards were played in the League of Gentlemen. For some, their new teams ran wild. For others, the house of cards came crashing down, in potentially season-ending fashion.
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A blank gameweek can be as season-defining as a double. While the two at the top of the League of Gentlemen pulled further away, the chasing pack are left cursing the mistakes they've made.
Double-gameweek 32 split the League of Gentlemen in two: Dinga and Jeeves fighting for the title, and a four-way fight for third. Everyone will fancy their chances.
Having accepted his fate of a nightmare season, Lawes had used it to rediscover his love for writing. Now, the FPL gods inflict their harshest punishment, by forcing him to suffer a great weekend.
With no gameweek to review due to the international break, Lawes looks ahead to gameweek 32, examining which chip is best to use ahead of a big double gameweek.
Lawes had taken a twenty-point hit, but a sleepless Friday night resulted in a Free Hit and a complete change of strategy. Would Lawes live to regret his impulses?
With the gap widening and the end of the season fast approaching, Lawes takes an almighty gamble for GW 31.
Lawes' dream of winning the League of Gentlemen finally looked possible, until a few bad decisions reawakened the nightmare.
Lawes had a simple dream: Beat his mates at FPL. Five years later, the dream has become a nightmare.