Rob Holding (£4.0m) tallied 30 in the BPS to receive two bonus points.
Recalled to the starting line-up in place of Gabriel (£4.8m), the 21-year-old won three tackles and contributed seven recoveries and four clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI).
Cech made four saves and eight recoveries, while Oxlade-Chamberlain supplied the assists for both of the hosts’ goals to earn an additional point.
Second to Welbeck for Threat, Man Utd's Wayne Rooney (£8.6m) produced more shots than any player in the Gameweek so far (six) but mustered only two on target.
How impressed were you with the combination play for our second goal?https://t.co/6IZMOabN17— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 8, 2017
Subject to 17,000+ transfers in for Arsenal’s Double Gameweek 36, the 1.7%-owned Oxlade-Chamberlain proved an effective differential thanks to a 10-point haul – his second highest of the season.
But team-mate Alexis Sanchez (£11.6m) again failed to produce.
Drafted in by more than 152,000 FPL managers, Sanchez – the most captained player for Gameweek 36 (11.2%) – has returned one goal in seven appearances ahead of a midweek trip to Southampton.
Subject to heavy investment for their Double Gameweek, Arsenal’s defenders have registered four clean sheets in five home matches.
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For Man Utd, manager Jose Mourinho continues to rotate his resources with one eye on the club’s bid for UEFA Europa League success.
Antonio Valencia (£5.9m), Eric Bailly (£5.5m), Paul Pogba (£8.2m) and Marcus Rashford (£7.3m) were all omitted from the starting line-up on Sunday as the Red Devils prepare for Thursday’s encounter with Celta Vigo.
Owned by 15% of FPL managers, Valencia has started only three of the last seven Gameweeks and is the most-sold FPL defender since Friday's deadline with sales of over 10,000.
Meanwhile, more than 10,000 managers have also parted company with Rashford. He has started three of the last six outings having been brought in by 454,000+ ahead of Gameweek 34.