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Gameweek 37: Fantasy Review

Dream debut: James Wilson, Manchester United The 18-year-old forward scored a brace against Hull in his Premier League debut and is now listed on the fantasy roster.

Outstanding performances: Edin Dzeko, Manchester City Nailed a brace in his team's come-from-behind massive result at Everton and then had two more goals against Aston Villa. Dzeko has five goals in three games.

Andreas Wiemann, Aston Villa The Austrian forward scored his first goal since January 29th and then added a second against Hull.

Dwight Gayle, Crystal Palace The second half substitute against Liverpool shocked the Reds with two goals, his first scores since Boxing Day.

Hot: Yaya Toure, Manchester City The City tower of strength got his 20th goal of the season and an assist against Villa giving him two goals and three assists in three games. He is now the top fantasy scorer with 254 points.

Shola Ameobi, Newcastle The Magpie forward's goal was his second in three games.

Connor Wickham, Sunderland An assist against Manchester United gives the revelation forward five goals and one assist in his last five games keying "Wonderland's" miracle survival run.

Olivier Giroud, Arsenal He scored the only goal of the game against West Brom, his third goal in four games.

Luis Suarez, Liverpool Scored his team's third goal of the game, his second in three matches, and 31st of the season, only to watch in disbelief as the Reds blew a three-goal lead for the first time in 14 years.

Santi Cazorla, Arsenal Provided the assist to Giroud, his fourth in as many matches.

Steven Gerrard, Liverpool Two assists against Crystal Palace give him two goals and three assists in five games, but he lives with his team's blown chance for a title.

Southampton defense Artur Boruc, Nathaniel Clyne, Dejan Lovren, Jose Fonte, and Luke Shaw have three clean sheets in a row.

Laurent Koscielny, Arsenal One goal and three clean sheets in the last three outings.

Branislav Ivanovic, Chelsea The drab 0-0 home draw against Norwich gives Ivanovic and his fellow defenders four clean sheets in the last five games.

First goals: Sebastian Larsson, Sunderland The Black Cat midfielder got his first score of the season to beat Manchester United and then added an assist against West Brom giving him a goal and two assists in his last three games helping the Black Cats' miracle survival run.

Stewart Downing, West Ham After 31 games, the midfielder finally opened his season account with a stunning free kick goal against Spurs.

Damien Delaney, Crystal Palace His first goal of the season began the Palace comeback and the eventual Liverpool doom.

Joe Allen, Liverpool Notched his first goal since April 2013 against Crystal Palace, but his score was long forgotten at the end.

Uh-oh: Kevin Nolan, West Ham Ten games have passed without a goal or an assist.

Adam Johnson, Sunderland No goals in his last six matches.

Juan Mata, Manchester United Subbed out against Sunderland and left off the team sheet against Hull.

Fantasy poison: Aaron Lennon, Tottenham One goal scored since December 29 and three assists in 27 games.

The fantasy rot is over: Marouane Fellaini, Manchester United He had an assist, his first of anything the season.

Drought-busters: Robin van Persie, Manchester United Scored his first goal since February 22.

Adrian, West Ham The Hammers goalkeeper recorded his first clean sheet in 11 games.

Oussama Assaidi, Stoke The on-loan midfielder from Liverpool who is coveted by Stoke scored his first goal since New Year's Day.

Daniel Sturridge, Liverpool Scored his first goal in six games to re-establish the SAS connection, but the joy would be short-lived.

Reversal of fortune: Harry Kane, Tottenham After three goals in four games, the young Spurs forward headed in an own goal and then was subbed out.

Wall of Shame defense: Emmanuel Adebayor and Paulinho, Tottenham As part of the Spurs' wall, they turned away from a free kick by Stewart Downing and the ball sailed between them for a goal. Ole!

I am the boss and don't forget it: Jose Mourinho, Chelsea Irritated at Eden Hazard's criticism of the style of play, Mourinho did not start his leading scorer against Norwich. Needing three points to remain in title contention, Chelsea were held to a scoreless draw.