With Gameweek 32 as the next Fantasy Premier League Double Gameweek, The Scout reviews the options in each position to help FPL managers prepare their squads.
Owned by 42.7 per cent of FPL managers, he is the most popular Double Gameweek 32 player.
The Man City midfielder is the most-bought player in Gameweek 32, transferred in by more than 117,000 managers.
He has produced double-figure hauls in four of his last six Gameweek starts.
A lowly ownership of 16.4 per cent suggests he could be a key differential for the run-in, with a Double Gameweek 35 also to follow.
Chelsea’s wide man excelled against both his Double Gameweek 32 opponents earlier in the season.
Hazard fired a hat-trick at home to Cardiff in Gameweek 5, producing 20 points.
His goal and assist at Brighton & Hove Albion in Gameweek 17 returned a further 13 points.
Crucially, Chelsea are one of just two Double Gameweek 32 teams to also play in Gameweek 33, when Hazard meets West Ham United to Stamford Bridge.
The Watford midfielder is in outstanding form ahead of his Gameweek 32 matches against Man Utd and Fulham.
Playing alongside Troy Deeney (£5.9m) up front, Deulofeu has returned four goals, two assists and 37 points in the last four Gameweeks.
At a budget price Deulofeu can be a standout value option for the run-in.
The Serb is the third top value midfielder in FPL, producing 20.2 points per million.
Milivojevic’s penalty duties for Crystal Palace are a major part of his appeal.
Eight of his nine goals in 2018/19 have been spot-kicks, at least three more than any other player.
Owned by only 7.8 per cent, he could be a major differential against Huddersfield and Tottenham Hotspur.
He also has a fixture in Gameweek 33, when the Eagles visit Newcastle United.