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    The end of the Premier League season is nearly upon us, meaning a rather large football-shaped hole will appear in our lives quite soon.

    Because this summer, given the lack of a major tournament, robo fifa coins is a little different to last year.

    Chelsea are champions, Tottenham ‘applied the pressure’ once again but fell short and Hull, Middlesbrough and Sunderland are all saying goodbye to the top flight.

    But which players have defied all critics and naysayers this season to make it in our Dream Team SURPRISE XI of the season based on points scored?

    Prepare for your jaw to hit the floor…

    The ever-reliable Tom Heaton (85 points) has been at the forefront of Burnley’s surprisingly adept first season back in the Premier League, having kept 10 clean sheets in 34 appearances so far, as well as a portfolio of fine saves that have kept the Clarets well above the relegation zone all season.


    Our back four of Dream Team surprises is made up of Phil Jagielka (94), Maya Yoshida (125), Marcos Rojo (135) and Ben Davies (132), who’ve all reigned supreme this season despite their less than glowing reputations.


    Remember when Victor Moses (103) was a midfielder? So do we. Despite starring in Chelsea’s title winning season as a wing-back, the Nigerian international is a midfielder by our book and sits alongside fellow surprisingly high points scorers Matt Phillips (108), Robert Snodgrass (119) and Marc Albrighton (94).

    Victor Moses has been an instrumental part of Chelsea title winning campaign this season

    Josh King (147) has been Dream Team’s worst kept secret this season, topping the goal charts for Bournemouth with 16 goals in the league; that’s more than Eden Hazard, Jermain Defoe and Christian Benteke.

    Josh King has lead Bournemouth’s scoring charts this season
    Sat alongside the Norweigan is Sam Vokes, robo fut coins who’s returned a respectable nine goals in 36 appearances for Burnley so far this season.

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