The Leicester City talisman is now the fourth highest-scoring forward in FPL after claiming 13 points in Sunday’s 3-0 win over the Gunners.
In the first 28 Gameweeks, he managed just nine goals and three assists.
But the striker’s form under new manager Brendan Rodgers has been remarkable.
Vardy has produced nine goals and two assists in eight appearances since Rodgers took charge in Gameweek 29.
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Only one other forward in FPL, Ayoze Perez (£6.2m), has scored more than four goals in that period.
The Newcastle United striker has found the net on seven occasions.
Leicester’s remaining schedule has kept interest in Vardy low.
But his record against both opponents is encouraging.
Vardy has four goals and an assist in his last five Premier League meetings with Man City.
And he has two goals in his last three matches against Chelsea, including the winner at Stamford Bridge in Gameweek 18.
Revitalised under the tactics of Rodgers, Vardy looks set to be a big factor in the Foxes' final two matches.