After a week of the highest footballing drama, Fantasy Premier League's current No 1 manager will be taking nothing for granted in the final Gameweek of 2018/19.
New Zealander Adam Levy has a 60-point advantage over the chasing pack ahead of Sunday's fixtures.
But Levy will still be mindful of last season's Gameweek 38 drama, when Yusuf Sheikh clawed back a 33-point deficit to clinch the title.
That unlikely victory came courtesy of a well-played Triple Captain chip.
It's an opportunity open to only one of the top 10 managers this season, Jermaine Mckop, who is 80 points off the pace in 10th.
|#TheyAreUs||Adam Levy||New Zealand||2588|
|FC Malanow||Tomasz Pyszynski||Poland||2520|
|Badelj 1862||Domagoj Fekonja||Croatia||2520|
|Sutton's Wonder's||James Sutton||England||2519|
See: Full FPL standings
Instead, Levy will need to be savvy in the transfer market to maintain his lead.
His #TheyAreUs team share many players with those of his rivals.
It will take an extraordinary comeback for Levy to be denied in a race he has led since Gameweek 29.
But after the last few days of action, it can't be ruled out.