A fantastic record against his weekend opponents earns Raheem Sterling (£12.2m) a leading role in the Gameweek 3 Scout Selection.
The winger is the top-scoring player in 2019/20 FPL, firing four goals to claim 26 points, and takes the captain's armband with Harry Kane (£11.0m) picked as the vice.
A major all-round source of points, he produced nine assists and 10 clean sheets in 15 home appearances last season. Alexander-Arnold can bring in big returns against Arsenal at Anfield.
A role in midfield for Sheffield United has caught the eye of FPL managers ahead of a home meeting with Leicester City. Lundstram is the most-bought defender in the game thanks to his goal, clean sheet and 14 points against Palace.
Liverpool's in-form attacker ahead of their home meeting with Arsenal. Mane has three goals and an assist in his last two matches in all competitions.
Over 246,000 managers have bought the Chelsea starlet after his 10-point haul in Gameweek 2. Mount has fired five shots on target, second only to the seven of Sterling among FPL midfielders.
The Frenchman has profited from a role up front, scoring in both the opening Gameweeks. Martial has earned more than 412,000 new owners for his home encounter with Crystal Palace.
Owned by 43.1 per cent of managers, Sterling is the most popular midfielder or forward in FPL for his trip to Vitality Stadium.
The Spurs striker scored twice and returned 13 FPL points in his last home appearance. A visit from Newcastle means Kane could be the most-selected captain for the first time this season.
Norwich City's forward has earned over 879,000 transfers in after his hat-trick against Newcastle last weekend. Pukki can extend that run at home to a Chelsea side who have conceded five goals in the opening two Gameweeks.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): I’m not convinced Lundstram's a starter for that tricky Leicester fixture. I’m also tipping Salah to outperform Mane this weekend. The Egyptian is the main man for Liverpool in more challenging fixtures.
Ash (@FPLHints): If last weekend is anything to go by, Mount and Trossard could serve as cracking differentials for this week and beyond. They are definitely the best midfielders in the £6.0m bracket.
Paul Gee (FPLPaulGee): A good team but very risky going Mane instead of Salah due to the latter's high ownership.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): A Liverpool defender in a fixture with only one clean sheet in the last eight is interesting. I’d have fancied Laporte over Alexander-Arnold this week.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily): Lundstram looks like this year’s Wan-Bissaka and Trossard had a great Gameweek 2. We need to watch out for rotation but, Brighton having paid big money for him in the summer, the Belgian man will get regular minutes.
Mark McGettigan (@FPLGeneral): I'm surprised with Alexander-Arnold given the fixture and Liverpool not yet registering a clean sheet. I do not see Lundstram getting much v Leicester.
Neal Thurman (@nealjthurman): I was all in on Liverpool premium defenders but they have looked off the pace and I'm set to pay that price with Arsenal visiting. I would look at Aaron Wan-Bissaka (£5.6m).
Ben McNair (@drbenmcnair): A lot of faith is being placed in Gameweek 2 evidence with Lundstram, Mount and Trossard, but they do look the best picks at their price points. I am surprised to see neither Lucas Digne (£6.0m) or Kevin De Bruyne (£9.6m).