Just one Dream Team gaffer achieved three figures in Game Week 20.
Simon Jebson earned 101 points (also known as a Dalmatian) thanks to an extensive array of Man United assets.
Let’s see take a closer look at how the Sheffield United fan topped the pile.
David de Gea (£3.9m) was the only one of the eight Red Devils present not to contribute as he missed out on what probably should have been a clean sheet at home to Reading in the FA Cup.
Tom Heaton was given the gloves for the 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup semi-final second leg.
Lisandro Martinez (£4.6m), Luke Shaw (£3.9m) and Aaron Wan-Bissaka (£3.8m) combined for 21 points, all taken from Steve Cooper’s side in midweek.
Given that Man United are one of just three teams pulling double duty in Game Week 21, Simon could well be in for back-to-back bumper weeks.
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You would have got incredible odds on Casemiro (£3.8m) and Fred (£2.5m) combining for 42 points in a Game Week this term.
The Brazil internationals generally let their team-mates enjoy the attacking side of the game while they run the hard yards in midfield.
But that all changed this past week as the former Real Madrid favourite scored a brace against the Royals while Fred registered two goals and an assist across the two fixtures.
Impressively, Casemiro pocketed two Star Man awards to bank 25 points, his highest Game Week haul yet!
In comparison, Bruno Fernandes’ (£5.8m) eight points seem somehow underwhelming but an assist and a pair of 7+ match ratings continued his prosperous form.
Kevin De Bruyne (£7m) joined his cross-town rivals in Simon’s midfield but the brilliant Belgian blanked at home to Arsenal.
Man City’s playmaker-in-chief remains Dream Team’s top midfielder but a run of 15 points in his last seven games represents a notable drop-off from his usual high standards.
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Up front, Mohamed Salah (£8m) assisted Harvey Elliott’s (£2.6m) goal against Brighton but the Egyptian forward missed out on a 7+ match rating so he had to settle for just the two points.
Marcus Rashford (£5.8m) continued his fruitful spell with a ten-point haul despite the fact he failed to score – VAR saw to that.
Man United’s No10 received two 7+ ratings and provided a brace of assists to bank ten points.
Last but not least, a frankly inspired selection from Simon in the form of Son Heung-min (£5.1m).
The South Korean superstar has not been at his best this season but took full advantage of Spurs’ FA Cup match-up with Preston, scoring twice to claim the Star Man award and an 18-point haul.
No forward scored more points than the 30-year-old in Game Week 20.
Superb work, Simon, good luck to you and all gaffers ahead of Game Week 21!