But the Tottenham Hotspur forward was straight back among the goals on his return at the weekend.
That has not yet sparked a surge in his ownership, though.
As a result, he is one of five Ones to watch selected by The Scout for Gameweek 28.
Many managers moved on to team-mate Son Heung-min (£9.0m) during the Spurs striker's absence with an ankle issue.
But Kane's scoring return at Burnley on Saturday underlined the pedigree of a forward who has scored six goals in his last six Gameweek starts.
He has scored in both of his meetings with Chelsea in all competitions this season.
And the Blues have lost three of their last four league matches, conceding 12 times in the process.
Brighton & Hove Albion will be Tuesday night's visitors, a team Vardy has scored against in both of the last two meetings.
The Seagulls have also kept only one clean sheet away from home all season.
Sane only came on shortly before extra-time in the EFL Cup final, and has started only two of the last four Gameweeks.
Notably, he earned his season-high haul of 19 points against the Hammers in Gameweek 13.
Newcastle United's January signing has settled in quickly.
In his first Premier League start, Almiron's six key passes and three shots on target against Huddersfield Town on Saturday both ranked among the top two players in Gameweek 27.
The Magpies will host a Burnley outfit with only one clean sheet from their last seven road trips.
That suggests he will start Wednesday's home match against a Watford side who have failed to score in three of their last four league trips to Anfield.
Alexander-Arnold has featured in seven of the Reds' eight home clean sheets this season.