The Scout is tipping five players to produce big points in Gameweek 3 of Fantasy Premier League.
Jimenez was a huge success in FPL last season, finishing as the third-top scoring forward on 181 points.
The Mexican netted 13 goals and provided 10 assists, one of only four frontmen to manage double figures in both categories.
But his failure to find the net in the first two Gameweeks of the new campaign has tested the patience of many owners.
Jimenez is the most-sold forward in FPL, moved on by more than 316,000 managers.
A closer look at his home statistics from last season suggests they may have reacted too quickly.
Jimenez was more reliable when playing at Molineux in 2018/19, producing eight goals and six assists.
He was also very unlucky to not score in an impressive display at home to Manchester United on Monday, seeing his header hit the post and goalkeeper David De Gea before the ball was cleared.
Notably, one of those efforts came in the corresponding fixture last season, the Mexican firing the match-winner in a 1-0 victory in Gameweek 5.
Jimenez will look to repeat that performance and take advantage of how Burnley’s defence is exposed away from home.
In away matches last season, the Clarets conceded 366 shots on goal, more than any other side.
Jimenez has served a reminder of his eye for goal this term, scoring on four occasions during UEFA Europa League qualifying.
A return to the scoresheet on Sunday can punish his raft of sellers and reward the Mexican's loyal 18.2 per cent ownership.