Four of the new top five all played that chip to great effect in Double Gameweek 36, with Bangladeshi manager Pranto Protim Paul emerging as the leader on 2,700 points.
|1||Captain Blank XI||Bangladesh||2,700|
|7||أحفاد تاج الدين||Qatar||2,665|
|9||Mcginn and tonic||Scotland||2,663|
|10||Futbol is life :)||USA||2,662|
He amassed 138 points in the previous round, despite a disappointing blank from his captain Mohamed Salah (£13.3m).
Indian manager Suvansh is eight off the summit on 2,692 points, while Dave, from Canada, is a further eight points behind after a huge 190-point DGW36.
Former world No 1 Tai Lung will be hoping his final Free Hit chip can help him return to the top.
The Liverpool fan held first position from Gameweek 33 to Gameweek 35 but is now 30 points behind Pranto Protim Paul.
It seems likely they will play that chip in DG37, with five sides playing twice.
Players such as Matty Cash (£5.3m), Wilfried Zaha (£6.9m), Richarlison (£7.6m) and Jamie Vardy (£10.3m) all have two matches and could prove decisive in the race for the FPL title.
Certainly, Jamie’s performance in DGW36 shows anything is possible in the final two Gameweeks.
The US manager scored a staggering 201 points last time out, climbing to 10th in the overall standings.