Gameweek 36: Fantasy Review
Outstanding performances: Wilfried Bony, Swansea The Ivorian has willed the Swans into another Premier League season. His brace on Saturday gives him three goals in two games and 15 for the season. His 7.6 value with only ten percent of managers owning him make him a fabulous bargain.
Wayne Rooney, Manchester United A brace against lowly Norwich lifts the forward to 15 goals for the season.
Juan Mata, Manchester United Mata had three goals and one assist in his past three games; however, Ryan Giggs in his debut as interim manager, left the expensive transfer on the bench. In the 60th minute Giggs put Mata in as a substitute. Mata proceeded to score a goal three minutes later and got his brace in the 73rd minute.
Connor Wickham, Sunderland Another brace gives the young forward five goals in his last three games, as he just about is single-handedly rescuing the Black Cats from relegation.
Jonjo Shelvey, Swansea The 22-year-old midfielder scored his first goal in nine games and added two assists. His goal was a miracle strike from just inside the half-way line.
Hot: Yaya Toure, Manchester City His goal and assist against Crystal Palace give him seven goals and two assists in the last eight games he has played.
Demba Ba, Chelsea Two goals in his last three matches.
Fabio Borini, Sunderland Two goals and one assist in his last two games.
Santi Cazorla, Arsenal Another assist on Monday gives him three assists in three matches.
Olivier Giroud, Arsenal Two goals in three games.
Drought-busters: Mesut Ozil, Arsenal The high-priced and oft injured midfielder scored his first goal since December 4.
Gabriel Agbonlahor, Aston Villa Fantasy heavy dead weight for most of the season, the forward scored his first goal since New Year's Day.
Saido Berahino, WBA He scored the only goal of the game in a match with relegation possibilities. It was his first since January 1st.
Pablo, Swansea Rarely an offensive threat, the midfielder had one of the Swans four goals against Aston Villa, his first in nine games.
Hugo Lloris, Tottenham Picked up his first clean sheet in eight games.
Vito Mannone, Sunderland His first clean sheet in seven matches could mean another season for the Black Cats in the Premier League.
Joe Hart, Manchester City Got his first clean sheet in five matches.
First goals: Danny Rose, Tottenham The defender opened his account with a goal, the only one of the game against Stoke.
Fernando Amorebieta, Fulham The excitement of the defender's first goal was muted when the Cottagers gave up two late scores that could open the relegation trap door.
Looking for more starts: Ashkan Dejagah, Fulham He scored his third goal of the season as a substitute.
Emmanuel Giaccherini, Sunderland A goal and an assist against Cardiff give him a goal and three assists in his last three games, all as a substitute.
Turn around: Mark Schwarzer, Chelsea After giving up two goals in a shock loss to Sunderland in his first game as substitute goalkeeper, the Aussie had eight saves and a clean sheet in perhaps Chelsea's biggest win of the season over Liverpool.
Message from the new manager: Marouane Fellaini, Manchester United With zero goals or assists for the season, Fellaini stands tall as former United boss David Moyes' colossal transfer failure. On Saturday, Giggs left him off the team sheet.
Uh-oh: Ricky van Wolfswinkel, Norwich The flop transfer forward who had 18 goals in 22 games for Sporting Lisbon, has not had a Premier League goal since the second game of the season in August.
Adrian, West Ham After four straight clean sheets, Adrian has had soiled sheets the last ten games.
Kevin Nolan, West Ham After scoring five goals in four games, the midfielder has not scored a goal in nine straight matches.
Oh no! Everton Desperately needing points to reach a Champions League position, Antolin Alcaraz and Seamus Coleman had own goals in Everton's loss at Southampton.
Potential title slip of the season: Steven Gerrard, Liverpool The Reds captain lost his footing just inside the half-way line and allowed Demba Ba to get the ball and score the pivotal first goal just before halftime.