Gameweek 34: Fantasy Review
Jason Puncheon, Crystal Palace His match-winner in one game and another goal on Wednesday gives him four goals and an assist in his last three games.
Lukas Podolski, Arsenal A Tuesday brace against West Ham has quietly pushed him to three goals and two assists in his last four games.
Connor Wickham, Sunderland The 21-year-old forward scored his first Premier League goal since 2011 and then added another to give the Black Cats a brief lead on Wednesday at Manchester City. He was deactivated on the fantasy page because he went out on loan to Leeds but should be available for GW35.
Hot: Hugo Rodellega, Fulham The seldom-used forward scored his second goal in as many games to give survival hope at Craven Cottage.
Harry Kane, Tottenham The 20-year-old is justifying manager Tim Sherwood's faith in him by scoring his second goal in two games.
Christian Eriksen, Tottenham Scored his fourth goal in the last four games to give Spurs a late rescued point. He also has three assists during that span.
Philippe Coutinho, Liverpool He now has two goals in his last three games.
Steven Naismith, Everton A goal off the bench gives him three goals in his last four matches.
Leighton Baines, Everton Two assists and three clean sheets in his last five games.
David Silva, Manchester City The midfielder had two goals and an assist in the past three games and then was a disappointing fantasy surprise and left off the team sheet because of injury against Sunderland.
Steven Gerrard, Liverpool An assist on Sunday gives him that assist and seven goals in his last seven matches. And once again, he avoided his tenth yellow card of the season that carries a two-game suspension.
May I help you? Nemanja Matic, Chelsea No goals for the season, but his game-winning assist gives him four in 13 games.
Emanuele Giaccherini, Sunderland Two assists against Manchester City as a substitute in 23 minutes.
Uh-oh: Gary Hooper, Norwich Last goal? Boxing Day.
Gabriel Agbonlahor, Aston Villa Fantasy poison. Zero goals since New Year's Day.
Alvaro Negredo, Manchester City Thirteen straight games without a goal.
Joe Hart, Manchester City After five straight clean sheets, the City nets have been soiled the last four matches with seven goals conceded.
Yaya Toure, Manchester City The captain of choice of many fantasy managers for the two-game week, Toure left the Liverpool match early with a hamstring injury and is probably out for at least two weeks.
Daniel Sturridge, Liverpool With no goals the last three games, the fantasy favorite forward also left the game at Anfield with an injury and his status the rest of the season is shaky.
Jordan Henderson, Liverpool A straight red card in stoppage time for a useless challenge and his team ahead was a brainless way to be lost for three games.
Everton Lost an opportunity to move past Arsenal into a Champions League spot with a home loss against Crystal Palace, conceding three goals to a team that came into the match with just 24 goals scored.
Pressed and folded award: David Stockdale, Fulham After a season of conceding the most goals in the league, the Fulham goalkeeper blanked Norwich and had one miraculous reflex save.
Ben Foster, WBA The goalkeeper conceded three goals against Spurs; however, he had six saves and was the saving beneficiary of Emmanuel Adebayor's laughable penalty kick attempt.
Highlight goal: Cala, Cardiff The defender's long, looping cross appeared to be a pass and ended up in the back of the net giving his team a key victory toward survival.
Economy of shots: Martin Skrtel, Liverpool His seventh goal Sunday came on only his 14th shot this season.
First goal of the season: Scott Dann, Crystal Palace The defender got his goal against Everton and has helped with four clean sheets in the ten games he has played since his transfer from Blackburn.
Remember me? Chris Brunt, WBA Scored his first goal in ten games against Spurs.
Aaron Ramsey, Arsenal An assist in a substitute role was his first fantasy point since December 4.
What was that? Emmanuel Adebayor, Tottenham As noted above, his penalty stab went perhaps five miles an hour and was easily saved making it perhaps the lamest attempt this season.