The Scout is tipping five players to produce big points in Gameweek 6 of Fantasy Premier League.
A visit from Wolverhampton Wanderers boosts the midfielder's chances of earning his first attacking points of 2019/20.
Milivojevic has yet to rediscover the form that made him such a reliable performer last season.
The Crystal Palace man was the eighth highest-scoring midfielder in FPL in 2018/19 on 166 points.
Crucially, set-plays were a big factor in Milivojevic's success.
Ten of his 11 goals were converted penalties, while both of his assists came from free-kicks or corners.
The underlying statistics show the Serb's dead-ball delivery was a key weapon for Roy Hodgson's side last term.
Milivojevic created 32 chances from such scenarios, a total bettered by only five other players in FPL.
And his numbers from this season offer encouragement.
Wolves travel to Selhurst Park having conceded eight goals in the last two Gameweeks.
In particular, Nuno Espirito Santo's side have struggled when defending dead-ball situations.
A Gameweek 7 home match against Norwich City also raises Milivojevic's appeal.
The Canaries have conceded 22 chances at set-plays, a total that also ranks among the bottom five clubs.
Milivojevic's delivery can be a key factor over those pair of home encounters, offering FPL managers a proven performer for their midfields.