Perez has racked up 23 FPL points in that period, having supplied two assists against West Ham United in Gameweek 20.
Yet he remains a largely overlooked option in FPL, sitting in just 4.9 per cent of squads.
Perez takes his place in a Dream Team line-up that scored 136 points.
The Arsenal centre-back was a big influence at both ends of the pitch against Man Utd. His goal and clean sheet helped him claim the maximum three bonus points and a debut in the Dream Team this season.
An assist and clean sheet against Sheffield United, along with three bonus points, took the Liverpool left-back into joint-second place among FPL defenders. Robertson's total of 98 points is bettered only by the 112 points of his team-mate Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.4m).
West Ham United's right-back enjoyed a successful outing in his first match under David Moyes. Fredericks provided his second assist of the season in a 4-0 home win over AFC Bournemouth and helped his side keep a clean sheet.
West Ham's captain thrived in Moyes' first match since returning to the club, netting twice to finish as the top-scoring player of Gameweek 21.
The Spaniard can be a major short-term differential for Leicester. According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), the Foxes' next two home matches score only two.
Manchester City's frontman matched his season-high haul in FPL by scoring twice in a 2-1 win over Everton at the Etihad Stadium. Jesus has started five of the last seven Gameweeks, returning five goals and an assist in that time.