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Fantasy AnalysisThe deal theoretically keeps the Brazilian in Paris through the 2018-19 season, though he's been the subject of a plethora of transfer rumors, so it's possible the extension only got rid of some kind of buyout clause, allowing PSG to maximize any fee.
Fantasy AnalysisGradel has simply been on fire since returning from the African Cup of Nations. To that point, the Ivorian has now registered a goal in five straight games, including his pair of scores Sunday.
Fantasy AnalysisRolan has enjoyed a great run of form this month, as he's now scored four goals in Bordeaux's three league matches in March. The 21-year-old has taken a large step in his development this season, as his 11-goal total through 20 league starts might suggest.
Fantasy AnalysisYedder's goal was his third in the past five games and also brought him to 10 league goals this season. With that, the 24-year-old has now tallied 41 goals and 11 assists over the past three campaigns, making him an underrated threat in Ligue 1.
Fantasy AnalysisPayet has evolved into one of the top playmakers in Europe and will undoubtedly draw plenty of interest during the upcoming transfer window. Marseille will face a tough test in their next match against PSG on April 5.
Fantasy AnalysisTwo of the three goals came from the penalty spot, but he scored the dagger in the 91st minute to send PSG to the top of Ligue 1. Ibrahimovic now has 17 goals on the season, trailing Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette by six.
Fantasy AnalysisIbra has been on a tear in domestic play of late, netting six goals in his last seven Ligue 1 games to bring his total to 14 on the season. He was apparently unphased by last week's red card versus Chelsea and will look to add to his totals against Lorient on Friday.
Fantasy AnalysisYedder has scored in two of his last three games, both of which have come as a substitute. He's taken multiple shots in six consecutive appearances, and his nine goals are tied for fifth in all of Ligue 1.
Fantasy AnalysisGignac's goal tally is good for second in Ligue 1, trailing only Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette, who has netted 21 times. Gignac has now scored off the bench in back-to-back matches, though he's likely to get his starting spot back soon given the continued excellent play.
Fantasy AnalysisSubasic and Monaco's defense have been impenetrable lately, as the Croatian goalkeeper has now blanked his opponents in nine of his past 10 Ligue 1 matches. Arguably enjoying the best form of any keeper across Europe, Subasic's season total of 14 clean sheets through 26 games this season is another admirable record for him to behold.