Differential players starred as Fantasy Premier League kicked off with some big points hauls.
And in a week in which no forward managed a double-digit return, only one striker makes it into the first Dream Team of the season.
Only 3.7 per cent of managers had the Watford defender in their opening-day squads. It made him a major differential after a clean sheet and brace of assists in a 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Palace full-back's low cost meant he was a popular Gameweek 1 choice. Some 19.1 per cent of managers had Wan-Bissaka in their squads, although 502,289 benched the 20-year-old, missing out on his clean sheet, assist and maximum bonus.
Wan-Bissaka's team-mate Schlupp scored the opening goal as Palace won 2-0 at Fulham. Playing on the left of midfield but listed as a defender in FPL, he claimed his first league goal in three seasons.
The second low-owned Watford player was the Gameweek's joint-highest scorer, rewarding his 3.7 per cent ownership. The Argentinian scored both goals and was awarded maximum bonus points in the home win over Brighton.
While more than half of all FPL managers opted for Mohamed Salah (£13.0m) in their opening squads, the 20.3 per cent-owned Mane proved the more productive pick. He scored twice as Liverpool beat West Ham United 4-0, earning three bonus points, nearly halfway to his total of eight last term.
Another standout performer from the match at Molineux, midfielder Neves proved a great cut-price pick with a goal and an assist for Wolves.
AFC Bournemouth's Wilson was the top-scoring forward in Gameweek 1 with a goal and assist against Cardiff City. But it could have been even better had Neil Etheridge (£4.5m) not saved his penalty, leaving Wilson with only one bonus point.