15th March 2017, 18:30 | dreamteam
St Helens fell to Hull FC in a tight game at the KCOM Stadium, but Percival was the standout player for Saints.
The centre made 165 metres, seven tackle busts and three clean breaks.
Percival also kicked three goals and scored a try in the defeat.
Percival is the second highest scoring centre so far this year, at 105k there isn’t much downside.
Farrell is reaping the benefits of Wigan’s impressive start to the season.
The second row made 193 metres from 20 carries against Warrington, more than any player on the pitch.
The England international also made seven tackle busts, two clean breaks and scored a try.
Liam is the highest scoring Second Row in Dream Team and has made the most metres in Betfred Super League so far.
If you are looking for a replacement for the injured John Bateman, or even if you have the spare budget available, Farrell is on course to have a huge season.
Farrell scores for Wigan
Percival scored one try against Hull FC
Despite Warrington’s poor start, Clark has shown positives at number nine.
The hooker made 119 metres and 44 tackles against Wigan.
Clark also made five offloads which was the most of any player on Thursday night.
Daryl is the fourth highest scoring hooker in Dream Team so far and is slightly cheaper than the likes of James Roby and Danny Houghton.
If the Wolves improve as many are expecting them to, Clark could be in for a big year in Dream Team.
Parcell was key to the Rhinos in their victory over Catalans on Friday night.
The hooker was instrumental in the Rhinos attack, scoring one try and assisting another.
The Australian also made 36 tackles, five tackle busts, four offloads and two clean breaks.
Parcell has played one game more than most other number nines, but leads the next closest hooker by 56 points and is extremely cheap at 110k.
Clark made 44 tackles against Wigan
Cuthbertson scored two tries against Catalans
The highest overall scoring player in Dream Team is also the highest scoring this week with an impressive 108 points despite being yellow carded.
Cuthbertson made 114 metres and 40 tackles in the win over Catalans Dragons.
Adam also scored two tries and provided one assist.
Cuthbertson’s biggest advantage is the significant number of offloads he makes. With six against Catalans, Cuthbertson has 21 on the season now, more than any other player in Super League.
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