The race to win the Clash Across the Pond Fantasy Premier League Draft league continues.
But the UK's Mark Sutherns sits third and has not given up hope of closing a 10-point gap over the final seven Gameweeks.
We caught up with the Draft expert's plans for the run-in and how other managers can benefit.
|Get on the Snake (US)||29||39||Sutherns Comfort (UK)|
|10 Huddersfield Lane (US)||30||21||Sean's Super Subs (US)|
|Andy's Allstars (UK)||8||28||Woody Allen (UK)|
|Jonty's XI (UK)||15||34||Rotoworld_PL (US)|
Current squad: Adrian, Begovic; Moses, A Smith, Mee, Vertonghen, Coleman; Ozil, Zaha, Richarlison, Salah, Son; Vardy, Jesus, Niasse.
Draft managers now face a balancing act.
We must prepare our squads for Gameweek 34, when eight teams play twice. But we must also have Gameweek 35 in mind, when eight teams have no fixture due to postponements caused by the FA Cup.
I face important head-to-heads over those Gameweeks, against both the managers above me in the league.
My recruitment through free agents and waivers will be more crucial than ever, and my watchlist is already made up ahead of Friday's deadline.
Charlie Austin tops that list.
Austin has been out since Gameweek 19, so he could well be a free agent in your league.
He scored six goals from five starts prior to his suspension and hamstring injury.
Impressively, Austin has averaged a shot every 22.1 minutes over the season. Only Harry Kane, with a shot every 15.0 minutes, and Sergio Aguero, every 21.4 minutes, can better that rate among regular starting strikers.
That hints at Austin being vital from this point on, not only to Southampton but also to the Draft managers who manage to pick him up.
The forward will be highly motivated over the remaining Gameweeks, keen to make up for his absence and help ease Southampton's relegation battle.
That's a key factor when listing would-be targets, with Jordan Ayew another name I'm tracking.
He returns from suspension for Swansea City in Gameweek 34 and, like Austin, will be aiming to score the goals that keep his team away from the bottom three.
These are two players I'm hoping can inspire my own late rally. They might just do same for your line-up.
The FPL Draft GW32 Waiver deadline is Friday, 30 March, 11:30 BST