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Man United have more Dream Team centurions than any other club this season

At this stage of the season, the 100 Club™ is a sociable place to hang out.

And yet it’s still relatively exclusive club as just 30 players have registered 100+ points at the time of writing.

Here we’ve broken down 2022/23’s centurions by club for your perusal.

Before we get into it, it’s worth noting that Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Brighton, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Leeds, Leicester, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, West Ham and Wolves are all still waiting for their first player to breach three figures this term.


Champions elect?

Champions elect?
  • Bukayo Saka (£5.1m) – 141 points
  • Martin Odegaard (£3.6m) – 120 points
  • Gabriel Martinelli (£3.7m) – 118 points
  • Ben White (£4.4m) – 116 points
  • Gabriel (£3.9m) – 113 points

Naturally, the league leaders are well represented in the 100 Club™ with five members at present – only one club has more at this stage.

Had Gabriel Jesus (£5.3m) not picked up an injury he would certainly be into three figures by now too as he raced to 88 after 14 Game Weeks.

Saka and Odegaard are the fourth and sixth best midfielders respectively this season.

The former needs just one more assist in the Premier League to reach double figures having already reached that landmark for goals – what a season he’s having.


  • Ivan Toney (£5.8m) – 141 points

The Bees’ top scorer is flying the flag solo for his team and doing a mighty fine job.

A penalty specialist but so much more than that, only four forwards have more points than Toney right now which is a great effort considering he doesn’t have European commitments to bolster his schedule.

Obviously the threat of a long-term suspension looms over the 26-year-old but he’s proved to be a superb Dream Team performer when available since Brentford’s promotion to the top flight.


Silva lining

Silva lining
  • Thiago Silva (£5.7m) – 105 points

Doesn’t this just tell the story of the Blues’ season?

The veteran centre-back has been a class act and will be missed while he’s sidelined with injury until after the international break.

It may come as a surprise to some Dream Team gaffers to learn that only Newcastle have conceded fewer league goals than Graham Potter’s men – the problem is that Chelsea have scored the same amount of goals as 20th-placed Bournemouth.


  • Mohamed Salah (£8.6m) – 211 points
  • Darwin Nunez (£5.2m) – 125 points
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold (£5.2m) – 113 points
  • Alisson (£3.8m) – 100 points

Like Chelsea, the Reds have performed below expectations this season but their top players have still pulled their weight in Dream Team.

Salah is one of only three double centurions having scored 21 goals and provided nine assists in all competitions – it says a lot about the standards the Egyptian has set for himself that he’s been subjected to criticism this campaign.

Nunez has notched 34 points in his last five outings having partially corrected his under performance in front of goal in recent weeks.


Popular choices

Popular choices
  • Erling Haaland (£9m) – 278 points
  • Kevin De Bruyne (£7.6m) – 166 points
  • Phil Foden (£4.9m) – 144 points
  • Riyad Mahrez (£6.1m) – 131 points

The prolific Norwegian No9 is Dream Team’s leading points scorer and has been relentless since the get-go.

Haaland is nine goals clear of his closest rival for the Premier League Golden Boot and he’s averaging a goal every 68.4 minutes in the Champions League as well.

At this point it’s a tradition for Man City midfielders to be the best in their field in the world of Dream Team.

Collectively, De Bruyne and company have comprehensively outscored their rivals since Pep Guardiola took charge and 2022/23 is no different with Foden and Mahrez joining the Belgian in the top five midfielders.

Rodri (£3.8m), Ruben Dias (£5.7m) and Nathan Ake (£4.2m) are all in the nervous nineties so will probably become centurions before the end of the month.


  • Marcus Rashford (£6.5m) – 240 points
  • Bruno Fernandes (£6m) – 162 points
  • Luke Shaw (£4.1m) – 111 points
  • Diogo Dalot (£3.9m) – 106 points
  • Lisandro Martinez (£4.4m) – 104 points
  • David de Gea (£3.9m) – 103 points
  • Casemiro (£3.3m) – 103 points

The 7-0 thrashing at Anfield was a bitter pill to swallow but the broader picture still looks rosy for the Red Devils.

At the time of writing, no club boasts more centurions than Man United, who have representatives in every position.

For a long time it seemed a formality that Haaland would finish as Dream Team’s top points scorer but Rashford has been chipping away at the deficit since the post-World Cup restart.

Erik ten Hag’s side remain active in the FA Cup and the Europa League having already won the Carabao Cup – Dream Team gaffers will have learned from Liverpool last season that teams who go deep in all competitions are worth their weight in gold.

You’re still thinking about the 7-0, aren’t you?

You’re still thinking about the 7-0, aren’t you?


  • Kieran Trippier (£6.3m) – 190 points
  • Fabian Schar (£4m) – 126 points
  • Nick Pope (£4.7m) – 121 points
  • Dan Burn (£4.7m) – 110 points
  • Sven Botman (£3.9m) – 101 points

A perfect illustration of the Magpies’ defensive superiority.

Pope and Trippier are the best assets in their respective positions with Eddie Howe’s side having conceded just 17 league goals – eight fewer than Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City.

At one stage, Newcastle’s first-choice back four were the leading quartet among defenders and while Arsenal and Man United assets have crashed the party in recent weeks, there’s no doubt they remain the standout unit in the context of the whole season.


  • Harry Kane (£7.8m) – 179 points
  • Son Heung-min (£5.1m) – 104 points
  • Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£3.6m) – 102 points

It’s something of a mystery how the South Korean superstar has mustered a century of points given he’s been under par for long spells this term.

The secret to Son’s tally is his ability to cash in against frail opposition when he has been in the mood – 64 of his points came in three games against Leicester (horribly out of form at the time), Frankfurt and Preston.

As for Kane, he’s Kane… what more can you say?