With just five Gameweeks remaining and many Fantasy Premier League managers still having a Wildcard to play for Double Gameweeks 34 and 35, the Scout looks at some of the standout options across the positions.
The Watford winger has flourished since being moved up front recently.
Deulofeu has been a key performer for Watford, producing four goals and two assists in their last six Premier League matches, and showed his influence by scoring a brilliant double in the Hornets' comeback FA Cup semi-final win over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday.
His underlying statistics show why. From Gameweek 27, Deulofeu’s seven shots on target rank third among FPL midfielders.
Watford have one of the most appealing pair of fixtures for Double Gameweek 35.
The Wolves midfielder has also profited from a role up front.
Jota has five goals and five assists in his last 10 appearances, yet is owned by just 5.1 per cent of managers.
That highlights his appeal as a big differential for a run of six matches in the final five Gameweeks.
And Jota has been a reliable performer at Molineux. Six of his seven goals and four of his seven assists were recorded at home.
The midfielder has been a big factor in their recent improvement under new head coach, Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Ward-Prowse has scored six goals in his 11 appearances from Gameweek 22. Only Sadio Mane (£10.1m), with nine goals, has bettered that total among FPL midfielders.
The Southampton playmaker has the schedule to help secure their Premier League status for another season.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Rankings (FDR), all six of their opponents score no more than three.
That includes a Double Gameweek 35 against Newcastle United and Watford.
Part 1: FPL Wildcard targets: Goalkeepers
Part 2: FPL Wildcard targets: Defenders
Part 3: FPL Wildcard targets: Premium midfielders
Part 5: FPL Wildcard targets: Premium forwards
Part 6: FPL Wildcard targets: Mid-price forwards