A fine defensive display against Newcastle United extended a run of home points for Frederic Guilbert (£4.4m) in Fantasy Premier League.
The Aston Villa right-back won seven tackles in the 2-0 victory to pick up two bonus points.
Guilbert has now returned two assists and four clean sheets in his six appearances at Villa Park.
Thirty four of his 38 points for the season have come in home fixtures.
Guilbert takes his place in a Dream Team line-up that scored 130 points.
His seven saves helped Norwich City to their second clean sheet of 2019/20 in a 2-0 win at Everton.
The centre-back scored and supplied an assist in Burnley's 3-0 win at Watford. Tarkowski has racked up 29 points in the last two Gameweeks, claiming a place in the Dream Team on both occasions.
The AFC Bournemouth defender netted his first goal of the season in a 2-1 loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers. Cook has 23 points in his last three home matches.
Owned by just 0.8 per cent, the Villa defender has averaged 5.7 points per home match.
Handed his fifth start of the season, Hourihane proved decisive for Aston Villa. The Irishman's goal and assist earned him the maximum three bonus points and secured his place in the Dream Team for the second time in 2019/20.
His goal and assist helped Sheffield United share the points in a 3-3 home encounter with Manchester United. Fleck has produced 22 points in his last two matches at Bramall Lane.
The Tottenham Hotspur winger scored the first goal of Jose Mourinho’s tenure and also supplied an assist against West Ham United. Son is the most-bought midfielder for Gameweek 14, earning 170,000+ new owners.
The midfielder marked his first start since Gameweek 10 by scoring the opener in Norwich's win at Goodison Park.
Arsenal’s frontman extended his fine home record with two goals against Southampton. Lacazette has produced attacking returns in all five of his appearances at Emirates Stadium this term.
FPL’s top-scoring player produced his fifth double-figure haul of 2019/20 with a goal and an assist against Brighton & Hove Albion. Vardy has been named in the Dream Team on five occasions, more than any other player.
The Red Devils' frontman continued his run of points with a goal and an assist at Sheffield United. Rashford has scored in four of the last five Gameweeks.