Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Stuart Broad finishes No. 1 among almost six million

Stuart Broad finishes No. 1 among almost six million

England cricketer Stuart Broad has beaten almost six million other fantasy managers to win Gameweek 37 of Fantasy Premier League with 180 points.

He might be ranked twelfth in the ICC Test bowlers' rankings but Stuart Broad has just topped the Gameweek 37 rankings of the Premier League's Fantasy Premier League (FPL).

Broad's gamble to captain Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang paid off handsomely as the Gunners frontman netted three goals and an assist over two matches.

Sitting top of the table with one match to go, Broad needed West Ham United goalkeeper Adrián to score big in the Hammers' home match with Manchester United on Thursday (Friday NZT).

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Highlights on his CV include an incredible 8-15 in the Ashes against Australia in 2015 and his personal Test-high 169 with the bat versus Pakistan in 2010. Broad also got 15 points each for Chelsea left back Marcos Alonso, who scored against Huddersfield, and Tottenham centre back Jan Vertonghen, who helped keep a clean sheet against Newcastle.

England will announce their squad for the upcoming two-Test series against Pakistan - live on Sky Sports Cricket - on Tuesday. He used the "bench boost" option, which means he got points for his substitutes.

However, Broad's efforts on the whole this season appear to have been a little disappointing as he has 1957 points in total and he now sits in sixth place in a league against his fellow England teammates.

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