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The Best ONE! is exactly that in this Fantasy League week

The English Premier League swaggered back from the international break to host a long weekend of fixtures.

With title aspirants Man City and Chelsea drawing blanks, it was up to the new leaders Arsenal and second placed Tottenham to supply the stars of the Dream team.

Spurs’ Icelandic maestro Gylfi Sigurdsson was the most valuable player of the gameweek, with his brace and clean sheet against Norwich, lifting him to a 16-point haul.

Unlike their North London archrivals, the Gunners kept hold of their Welsh midfielder over the summer, and Aaron Ramsey notched a delightful double over Sunderland to collect 15 points.

Topping off the weekly charts in the Cellcard Fantasy League was the ap-tly named The Best ONE! on 82 points.

Manager Teav Sereyvithyea fielded both Ramsey and his team-mate Olivier Giroud (11 points), while handing Aston Villa hotshot Christian Benteke the captain’s armband for 16 points.

Sereyvithyea picks up the $20 phone voucher and T-shirt from sponsors Cellcard.

Gameweek 5 squeezes in all 10 match-ups into the two-day weekend, with a mouth-watering Manchester derby capping off the list on Sunday night.

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