Mane has been in outstanding form, with 10 goals and an assist in his last 13 appearances.
The Senegal international is the most-bought player in the Gameweek, with more than 101,000 new owners.
Salah has become more prolific in recent matches, with a goal or an assist in each of the last four Gameweeks.
The Egyptian has also impressed against the Terriers, scoring in each of their last two meetings.
That earns Salah the captain's armband, with Mane the vice-captain in a 3-5-2 formation ahead of the early FPL deadline of 19:00 BST Friday 26 April.
The Brighton & Hove Albion centre-back has scored five goals this season, more than any other defender. Duffy is at home to Newcastle United, who have conceded the second-most chances from set-pieces this season.
The Dutchman can deliver big points at both ends of the pitch at home to Huddersfield. Van Dijk has two goals, an assist and two clean sheets in his last four Anfield matches.
The Watford midfielder has scored four goals in his last four matches in all competitions. That includes a brace against his weekend visitors, Wolverhampton Wanderers, in the Hornets’ FA Cup semi-final win.
Salah has been Liverpool's main goal threat at Anfield this season. At home, his totals of 62 shots and 27 shots on target rank among the top three players in FPL.
Mane has produced 38 FPL points in his last four appearances at Anfield, more than any team-mate.
Man City’s winger will be among the top captaincy contenders for his trip to Burnley. Sterling has two goals, an assist and 20 FPL points in his last two away matches.
The Fulham striker has stepped up his goal threat under Scott Parker's management. Mitrovic’s total of 16 shots inside the penalty area in his last four matches is more than any other player.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): Having three Liverpool players is important. Salah and Mane are both chasing the Golden Boot! I prefer their full-backs but Van Dijk is more guaranteed of a start. Don’t overlook Jamie Vardy (£9.0m) at home to a leaky Arsenal defence.
Nick and Tom (@WGTA_FPL): An interesting set of players reflecting the difference between picking a squad for the season and selecting a one-week team. I fancy Mitrovic to go on a run for these final three Gameweeks; he is dominating the striker data!
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): I’m pleased to see Calvert-Lewin. He has been in fantastic form for Everton and could be a really nice differential. While I understand the Salah and Mane picks, less popular Liverpool players such as Roberto Firmino (£9.4m) and even James Milner (£5.6m) could give Fantasy managers a points boost in their mini-leagues.