Midfield powerhouse out to finish the job
Yaya Toure's brace against Newcastle last weekend put Manchester City within touching distance of the Premier League title.
City now just need to beat Queens Park Rangers this weekend to be crowned champions and the experienced Ivorian international will be fully focussed on helping them do just that.
Toure already has two league titles under his belt from his time in La Liga with Barcelona in 2009 and 2010.
He will now be looking to emulate his brother and City team-mate, Kolo Toure, who has a Premier League winners medal from his Arsenal days.
Yaya Toure's two goals at the weekend took him to 32 Fantasy League points for the season, surpassing his tally of 30 from last term.
Many comparisons have been drawn between Toure and former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira because of their stature and style of play.
Vieira's first two seasons in English football saw him pick up 14 and 16 Fantasy League points respectably, while his best tally for a season was 30, which he achieved on two occasions.
People that were not aware of Toure, when he was at Barcelona, thought City had paid way over the odds for a defensive midfielder, when they brought him to Manchester for £24m.
He has shown he is much more of a box-to-box player though, and last weekend displayed the ease at which he can switch from being a defensive to an offensive player.
Largely ineffective in an attacking sense for the first hour of the game, Toure was move into a more advanced role when Nigel de Jong came on to take his place as the defensive shield.
He promptly went on to score his fifth and sixth goals of the season to give City a vital win, which kept them at the top of the league on goal difference.
The likes of Vieira, Roy Keane and Claude Makelele were, despite their undoubted quality, often ignored by Fantasy League managers, but Toure can't be put into that bracket.
He has proved to be a regular source of points this season and only Samir Nasri and David Silva have scored more points than him from the City midfield.
Will you put him in your team this weekend? Is City getting a win over Queens Park Rangers a foregone conclusion, or is there still a twist in the tale of this remarkable season? Have your say below...