The Watford defender contributed 11 clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI) and completed 89% of his 55 attempted passes.
Gomes helped to earn Watford’s third consecutive shutout at home with four saves and 10 recoveries.
Holebas was rewarded for his two successful dribbles, one key pass and 13 recoveries.
Capoue registered the highest score of 10.0 in the ICT Index at Vicarage Road.
The Frenchman tallied 47 for Threat, with three of his four shots arriving from inside the Swansea City penalty area.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (£7.6m) suffered a fifth successive blank, but was again Swansea's most impressive performer in the Index, totalling 8.8.
The playmaker scored 66 for Threat, producing six shots, with four arriving from inside the penalty area.
Despite his efforts, Sigurdsson has failed to deliver attacking points in any of his last five Gameweeks.
As a result, he has suffered more sales than any other FPL midfield asset since Saturday's deadline, with 25,000+ managers dumping him.
Sigurdsson's remaining 13.8% ownership will take comfort from the fact that, over the last four Gameweeks, his 14 shots on goal ranks third among midfielders. Only Tottenham Hotspur's Son Heung-min (£7.2m) and Christian Eriksen (£8.8m) have recorded more efforts (18 and 19) over that period.
A home fixture with Stoke City in Gameweek 34 could yet help to translate Sigurdsson's threat into points.
For Watford, Capoue’s first-half strike made it six goals and two assists this season.
Now available for his initial starting price of £4.5m, having peaked at £5.3m in Gameweek 8, Capoue could offer managers with a budget option for Gameweek 37, a Double Gameweek for Watford, albeit with tough trips to Everton and Chelsea.