The Scout assesses the star performers from each club in the 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League season, and what managers should look out for as they prepare for the game to launch ahead of the 2020/21 season start on 12 September.
Playing up front for Man Utd, Martial scored 17 goals and supplied nine assists to claim 200 points, the eighth-highest overall total this term.
Rashford thrived in his role on the left flank, recording 17 goals and eight assists.
However, Martial and Rashford could now merit a change of position in FPL next season.
Although both could be regarded as forwards in their own right, it is a player's regular position within their own team that is likely to determine their classification in the game.
The arrival of Bruno Fernandes midway through the season handed FPL managers one of the most reliable options in midfield.
The Portuguese produced attacking points in 11 of his 14 Gameweek appearances. He averaged 8.4 ppm, more than any other player in FPL.
Fernandes is Man Utd's main set-piece taker and also appears to share penalty duties with Rashford.
Those two, along with Martial, look set for price hikes in 2020/21.
Forward Mason Greenwood will also face a rise in cost after beginning at a mere £4.5m in his breakout campaign.
The teenager could also be reclassified as a midfielder in FPL, having started the final eight Gameweeks as a right winger.
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