With a full programme of fixtures, Crystal Palace were the only side to boast more than one representative in the weekly XI, as their centre-back pairing make the cut following a third consecutive clean sheet.
The Sunderland goalkeeper earns a third Dream Team call-up after registering a clean sheet, save point and three bonus points in the goalless draw with Burnley. The 10-point haul gave Pickford a first double-digit score of the season and his first maximum bonus. He is picked ahead of Tom Heaton (£5.1m), with whom he was tied with for both points and Bonus Points System (BPS) tally, as he is £1m cheaper.
The top-scoring player in Gameweek 29 with 17 points, Dawson scored with a pair of headers in West Bromwich Albion’s 3-1 win over Arsenal to earn a first Dream Team appearance. He has netted three goals in his last four starts but, with nine bookings for the season, is one caution away from a two-match suspension.
Another Dream Team debutant, Sakho's impact on the Eagles’ backline has been substantial with clean sheets gained in each of his three appearances following Saturday's 1-0 victory over Watford. The Frenchman has also collected maximum bonus points in both his last two starts, with an 82% pass completion bettering any Palace team-mate.
Slotting alongside his centre-back partner, Tomkins earns a second Dream Team appearance of the campaign. With more clearances, blocks and interceptions (83) than any other Palace defender since claiming a starting role in Gameweek 19, he continues to keep Scott Dann (£5.2m) out of the side.
Despite suffering a 2-1 loss at Tottenham Hotspur, Ward-Prowse’s second-half strike was enough to earn the midfielder a Dream Team debut. Found in only 0.4% of FPL squads, he has started seven of the last eight Gameweeks and produced two goals, an assist and five bonus points in his previous five.
Deployed in a central-attacking role behind the lone striker, Lingard was handed a first start since Gameweek 20 at Middlesbrough. He took his opportunity to impress by blasting a first goal of the season, though suffered a knock to make him an early doubt for Gameweek 30.
A superb free-kick, along with three bonus points in the Hammers' defeat by Leicester City, secured a third Dream Team appearance. Lanzini has produced double-figure hauls in three of the last five Gameweeks.
The Brazilian scored his sixth goal of the season as Chelsea beat Stoke City at the bet365 Stadium. Willian claims a fourth Dream Team appearance, surprisingly surpassing both Eden Hazard (£10.2m) and Diego Costa (£10.7m), who have earned three call-ups apiece.
The Toffees striker stretched his lead at the top of the FPL forward standings after providing another two goals and an assist for his 46.5% ownership. Finding the net in each of his last six Goodison Park outings, Lukaku was again the Gameweek's most popular captain choice, with more than a million FPL managers entrusting the Belgian with the armband.
Leading the Cherries’ attack for a third successive Gameweek, the striker's season-high 12-point tally in the win over Swansea City was enough to earn a maiden Dream Team call-up. Only two FPL forwards – Lukaku and Manchester City's Sergio Aguero (£12.7m) – have fired more shots than Afobe's nine over the last three Gameweeks.
A goal and an assist at London Stadium took the Foxes striker to 29 points from the last three Gameweeks, ensuring that he is a key target for FPL managers. Vardy is the second-most popular transfer target since Saturday’s deadline, attracting 40,000+ new owners.