Stephane Sessegnon collected three shots on target in West Brom's 1-0 win over Aston Villa in Week 16.
It appears that Alan Irvine may have changed Saido Berahino's role to "late-match change of pace" after dropping the forward from the starting line-up for two consecutive weeks.
Gareth McAuley started his second straight match for West Brom in Week 16 and the Baggies recorded their second straight clean sheet in the 1-0 victory over Aston Villa.
American international Geoff Cameron put up big phantom numbers in Stoke City's 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace in Week 16.
Bojan had been on fire for close to a month leading up to the Crystal Palace match but a relatively quiet display culminating in a hip injury may slow his progress.
It has been an up and down past four weeks for the big Belgian but he was "up" again in United's big rivalry win against Liverpool in Week 16.
Phil Jones has been in and out of the line-up all season and he returned again against Liverpool with a big game in United's 3-0 win.
Wayne Rooney scored United's opening goal and contributed a little bit of everything to the not-as-convincing-as-the-scoreline-makes-it-look 3-0 victory.
Juan Mata scored one and created one in Manchester United's 3-0 win over Liverpool continuing a strong run of form that has run from November into December.
23, 0, 29, and 28 - those are RvP's previous four fantasy totals as the big numbers start to overwhelm the little ones for the first time this season.
In Week 15, Allan McGregor had a huge fantasy week as Hull City kept a clean sheet but his fortunes sunk markedly in Week 16 as they fell 2-0 to Chelsea.
19-year-old Hector Bellerin showed well against Newcastle with an assist and solid defending in Arsenal's 4-1 win.
Olivier Giroud has been up and down since returning from injury but was definitely "up" again scoring a brace against Newcastle on Saturday.
Alexis Sanchez has shifted his productivity from goal-scorer to goal-creator in recent weeks with an assist against Stoke City and two in the route of Newcastle.
Mark Hughes is expecting ex-Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic to be available for Monday nights’ game against Chelsea at the Britannia after the attacker was replaced during the bore-draw at Selhurst Park because of a hip injury.