It was a high-scoring final week in the Premier League’s fantasy football game, with users averaging a score of 49.
However, with 31 goals scored and six sides keeping clean sheets, there were plenty of points on offer for those bidding to finish top of the Cherries’ fan league.
And it was regular leader Annie Fish who occupied first place following the culmination of Sunday’s fixtures, with 2,434 points to her name.
A fantastic gameweek score of 104 was aided by the use of her triple captain, which was utilised on Mo Salah, who finished on 33 points for the side.
Fellow Liverpool player Andy Robertson also came up trumps, with a goal, an assist and a clean sheet, gaining 18 points for his efforts.
Further up the field, Marko Arnautovic and Wilfried Zaha also enjoyed successful weeks, gaining 22 points between them, whilst Harry Kane’s two goals for Spurs saw him finish on 12.
Just ten points behind Annie in the standings was Nick Gedling, whose gameweek score of 92 saw him finish on 2,424.
Again, Robertson bagged well from the back and Salah, Zaha and Arnautovic were all chosen in midfield.
Up top, Kane and Gabriel Jesus ensured that Nick finished strongly, despite Paul Dummett sat on his bench with six points.
The highest scorer in the Cherries fan league for gameweek 38 was Isak Junuzovic from the USA, who finished with 128 after a well used bench boost.
Both Lukasz Fabianski and Daley Blind scored highly from the bench, with their scores combining to 16, whilst it was also a good week on the pitch for Isak.
Asmir Begovic and Charlie Daniels combined well at the back, whilst the double figures from Robertson and Patrick van Aanholt together scored a further 36 points.
In midfield, Salah and Arnautovic dominated, whilst Kane as captain saw a further 24 points added to Isak’s total.