New Zealander Adam Levy has won the Fantasy Premier League title by a comfortable 57-point margin after avoiding any major final-day drama.
Levy scored 71 points in Gameweek 38, with seven of his XI bringing in returns.
But it was some canny transfer business that eased any major last-day jitters.
Adam rolled over a free transfer from Gameweek 36 to bring in Sergio Aguero, a player owned by his nearest rivals.
He then handed the Manchester City striker the armband, bringing in 12 points.
Having led FPL since Gameweek 29, Levy's victory was a reward for planning and patience as he took a transfer hit on only four occasions all season.
English manager Sutton secured second place with a strong 83-point Gameweek 38.
Compatriot Andrew Green rounded off the top three with a 78-point haul that took him from eighth place to a podium finish.
Further down the standings, two managers burst into the top 10 on the final day.
But the ultimate glory remained with Levy, the 2018/19 FPL champion.
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