Chelsea's glut of goals saw their attacking players take all the plaudits but they have also been pretty miserly at the back. Keeper Petr Cech is largely responsible, picking up 17 clean sheets, and he was the top-scoring goalkeeper this season.
In the first of our awards pieces, that will appear on the site this week, we look at the best team available in Fantasy League Professional this season. This is not necessarily the top-scoring 15 players in the game, but the best team you could have with a 15-man squad size and only two players per club.
Didier Drogba scored the only goal as Chelsea won by a goal to nil in an action-packed FA Cup final which saw two penalties missed at Wembley. Drogba's free-kick sinks Portsmouth to secure Chelsea's first ever league and cup double.
Only true FA Cup romantics will predict anything other than a Chelsea win when they come up against a club dumped from the top flight and plunged into administration. Portsmouth have overcome all the odd to reach English football's showpiece, but beating the current holders is surely too much to ask.
As Fabio Capello's new stat based website 'The Capello Index' threatens to disrupt England's World Cup chances, we highlight the dangers of using stats and stats alone. This is the 30-man training squad that Capello would be taking with him to Austria, ahead of next month's World Cup Finals, if he picked the top-scoring English Fantasy League players from each position.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Burnley feature heavily in the final team of the week after 32 goals were scored on the last day of the season. Chelsea hit eight at home against Wigan with Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba weighing in with big contributions.
A final day hat-trick secured nine points for Didier Drogba as Chelsea pulverised Wigan 8-0 to clinch the Premier League title. The Ivory Coast powerhouse scored his 29th league goal of the season to top the goal charts and the Fantasy League points rankings with a colossal 113 points.
Chelsea and Manchester United go into the final weekend of the season battling to be crowned Premier League champions 2009/10. Chelsea will be without midfielder John Obi Mikel while United will have no Valencia, but Ferdinand could start.
Chelsea are within touching distance of winning the Premier League and should score plenty of goals against Wigan this weekend. Salomon Kalou has been in great form recently and will surely prosper from any final day goal rush.
Tottenham's Tom Huddlestone and Manchester City's Adam Johnson both made key contributions this weekend, but Portsmouth's Michael Brown was the top-scoring player of the week. Brown picked up a goal and two assists, for seven Fantasy League points, in Pompey's 3-1 win over Wolves.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini must decide between inexperienced fourth choice keeper Gunnar Nielsen or emergency loan signing Marton Fulop to start in goal for the visit of Aston Villa on Saturday. First choice stopper Shay Given was ruled out for the season after dislocating his shoulder against Arsenal last weekend.
Salomon Kalou and Frank Lampard raked in the Fantasy League points as Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti reaped the rewards of naming an attacking line-up against Stoke. His side ran out 7-0 winners with Lampard and Kalou involved in five of the goals.