While the Premier League title race is set to go down to the wire, the battle to be crowned this season's Fantasy Premier League champion is not so tight.
But it's the expectation, not the hope, that could trouble the front-runner.
Adam Levy will go into Gameweek 36 almost 50 points ahead of his nearest rival.
The New Zealander has had time to get used to being No 1 in the world.
His team, #TheyAreUs, have been out in front since Gameweek 29.
|#TheyAreUs||Adam Levy||New Zealand||2439|
|Sutton's Wonder's||James Sutton||England||2391|
|Salah my name||Andrew Green||England||2371|
|FC Malanow||Tomasz Pyszynski||Poland||2368|
See: Full FPL standings
Levy consolidated his advantage in Double Gameweek 35 by playing his Bench Boost chip for the four extra fixtures.
However, he is without Sadio Mane (£10.1m) heading into Friday’s 19:00 BST deadline.
That could work to the advantage of the chasing pack.
Three of the other four managers in the top five do not have a full quota of Liverpool players.
Bringing in Mane, and even handing him the armband, could help them make big steps in cutting back Levy’s lead.