Gameweek 33: Fantasy Review
Best Performances: Juan Mata, Manchester United Looking more at home with his new team, Mata was brilliant against woeful Newcastle, directing the attack and scoring two goals. Now with three goals and one assist in two games, his value has increased to 8.5.
Steven Gerrard, Liverpool The Reds captain scored two perfectly struck penalty goals. He has six goals in six games and is the third highest fantasy midfielder. Scoreless last week, his value dropped 0.1 to 9.9.
Jason Puncheon, Crystal Palace Scored a brace for his first goals in nine games and has put to rest his botched January penalty kick attempt that may still be in orbit.
Emmanuel Adebayor, Tottenham Scored a brace against bottom feeder Sunderland, his first goals in six games.
Hot: Christian Eriksen, Tottenham After a nine-game dry spell, a goal and two assists against Sunderland gives him three goals and three assists in as many matches.
Yaya Toure, Manchester City Scored his sixth penalty goal of the season and now is the leading fantasy midfielder with 221 points. He has five goals in the last four games. Because he did nothing in his last game, his value dropped 0.2 to 10.3.
Rickie Lambert, Southampton Nailed a penalty goal and has three goals and two assists in his last four games.
Edin Dzeko, Manchester City Another goal gives him four scores in his last five matches.
Morgan Amalfitano, WBA Now two goals in two games.
Javier Hernandez, Manchester United His goal gives him two scores and an assist in his last two games.
Mohamed Salah, Chelsea Making a name for himself with two goals and an assist in three games.
Shinji Kagawa, Manchester United A glimpse of what we thought he would bring to United with two assists in his last two games.
Adnan Januzaj, Manchester United Scored a goal and has an assist in his last two games.
Gylfi Sigurdsson, Tottenham His late goal against beleaguered Sunderland gives him two goals in his last three games.
Steven Naismith, Everton The Toffee forward is enjoying resurgence and has two goals in his last two games. The one Sunday was in a rare start.
Romelu Lukaku, Everton His goal Sunday against Arsenal gives him four goals and an assist in one game. Aren't Chelsea weak at forward? Oh, I forgot, they loaned the Belgian out.
Kevin Mirallas, Everton A goal and an assist in two games and caused Mikel Arteta to poke one in for an own goal.
First goals of the season: Hugo Rodallega, Fulham His late score lifted the Cottagers to 18th place, but Fulham are still five points from escaping the drop.
Harry Kane, Tottenham Playing in only his fourth Premier League game, the 20-year-old forward gave his team the lead with his first PL goal.
Guy Demel, West Ham The French defender poached his first goal after Andy Carroll mugged goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.
Grant Holt, Aston Villa With Christian Benteke lost for the season, Villa need more goals from this veteran striker.
Uh-oh: Newcastle defense The Magpies are more like clay pigeons, surrendering eleven goals in three games.
Yoan Gouffran, Newcastle Fantasy poison; zero goals or assists in his last eleven games.
Marouane Fellaini, Manchester United The rot continues. He is oh-for-the-season in goals and assists.
Kevin Nolan, West Ham Now zero goals or assists in his last six games.
Santi Cazorla, Arsenal Only one assist in his last nine games.
Not in my net: Julian Speroni, Crystal Palace Three clean sheets in the last four games are helping Palace make plans for another Premier League season.
Tim Howard, Everton Two clean sheets in the last three games and only one goal conceded during that time.
Remember me?: Willian, Chelsea The Brazilian got his first goal since Boxing Day.
Frank Lampard, Chelsea The Blues legend had a penalty kick blocked and then converted the rebound for a goal, his first in five games.
Cruel end to his season: Jay Rodriguez, Southampton After five goals in his last four games and hopes for Brazil, the Saints forward suffered a serious knee injury early against Manchester City.
John Obi Mikel award: Lee Cattermole, Sunderland Known more for being a human yellow card, Cattermole scored his first goal in five-plus years against Spurs. True to form, 25 minutes later, Cattermole picked up a yellow card.