The Everton left-back is the joint-top scoring defender in the game, with an assist and two clean sheets earning 18 points over the first three Gameweeks.
Digne's all-round potential was also in evidence in midweek, when he scored a direct free-kick and supplied an assist in a 4-2 Carabao Cup win over Lincoln City.
The Everton defender produced 11 points in his last home match, a 1-0 win over Watford in Gameweek 2.
Two double-figure hauls in his first three matches show why Salah was the top-scoring player in FPL for the last two seasons. Away from home in 2018/19, his 62 shots and 47 shots inside the penalty area were league-leading totals.
No player has fired more shots inside the penalty area than the Man City winger's 12. The top-scoring midfielder in FPL, Sterling has scored five goals, finding the net in all three Gameweeks.
The most creative player in the league has supplied 14 chances. De Bruyne's total of four assists is more than he managed in an injury-hit 2018/19 campaign.
His 12 shots on goal and seven shots on target are both joint-top among FPL midfielders. Mount has already scored twice and can add to his tally at home to Sheffield United.
A standout budget pick, the Norwich City playmaker has one goal and two assists in his last two appearances. Cantwell is the most-bought midfielder in the Gameweek, with 572,000 transfers in and a 14.6 per cent ownership.
The West Ham United striker can exploit Norwich's defence and add to his two-goal haul from Gameweek 3. The Canaries have conceded eight goals and 19 shots on target, more than any other side.
FPL's top-scoring player, Pukki has five goals and 35 points in his first three matches. Over 1.8million managers have bought the in-form Finn in the last two Gameweeks.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): The Norwich double-up could provide a big differential. I’m jealous of the two Man City attackers and nervous that I only have Sterling for that enticing fixture.
Tom (@WGTA_FPL): The triple stake in the West Ham v Norwich match makes sense. Both are attacking sides with open defences. The Hammers have conceded the most big chances so a goalfest looks a possibility.
Ash (@FPLHints): Haller is being massively overlooked as a budget forward option. West Ham will depend on him for goals and he faces a Norwich team who leak goals. Surely his scoring run will continue.
Paul Gee (FPLPaulGee): I love the Haller pick. He could be coming into form ahead of some nice fixtures. I back him to score highly.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): It is always nice when eight of your team appear in the Selection. With Liverpool looking defensively unsure, Alexander-Arnold looks like the right pick for attacking returns in case the clean sheet is lost.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily): Before the season started could we have predicted a Norwich double-up?! It shows what faith we have in the Canaries attack that The Scout has picked Pukki and this season’s early enabler of choice, Cantwell.
Ben Crabtree (@FC_CrabDogg): A few mainstays in the team cannot be argued with given their consistency. Sergio Aguero (£12.0m) is a notable absentee and maybe better than Salah this week. I would maybe go for a cheeky punt on Nicolas Pepe (£9.4m).
Mark McGettigan (@FPLGeneral): I thought Aguero would have been included given that Gabriel Jesus (£9.5m) is injured, but Pukki and Haller could do just as well. I hope the clean sheets return this week!
Ben McNair (@drbenmcnair): This team looks spot on and primed for points. One player not included who I think will do well is James Maddison (£7.0m). His opponents, AFC Bournemouth, tend to struggle against stronger teams.