The Premier League's top scorer could finally be the most-captained player in Fantasy Premier League this weekend.
Sergio Aguero (£12.2m) has scored eight goals in six matches and is the highest points scorer in the entire game.
But he was only the second-most selected captain against Watford last time out, when he got a goal, an assist and nine Fantasy points.
He was the third-most selected candidate in each of the two Gameweeks before that.
The Toffees have suffered two losses in a row and conceded at least twice in each of the last four Gameweeks.
Aguero, therefore, is not the only attractive options among the Man City options.
Raheem Sterling (£12.1m) was the top captain pick last time out.
But the 1.4million managers who gave him the armband were let down as he did not play a single minute.
However, Sterling is expected to return to the starting XI at Goodison Park and could rival Aguero if his Gameweek 6 backers can look past last weekend's disappointment.
As the most popular midfielder in FPL, Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) is likely to be Aguero's main challenger for top spot.
The Egyptian has rewarded his 42.2 per cent ownership with a series of consistent displays, claiming a goal or an assist in five of the first six Gameweeks.
Sadio Mane (£11.6m) will also be a contender if he recovers from a minor leg problem. Like Salah, he has two sets of double-figure returns this term.
But it is Roberto Firmino (£9.5m) who has been the Reds' most reliable attacker on the road in 2019/20.
The Brazilian has scored in all three of their away matches, with 29 of his 44 points recorded on his travels.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): I'm really stuck on the captaincy this week: Salah, Sterling and De Bruyne are all options but their away fixtures put me off. If I end up transferring in Tammy Abraham (£7.5m) I'll be tempted to give him the armband. He's managed double-digit returns in all matches he's started against sides traditionally outside the top six.
Ash (@FPLHints): Aguero hasn't scored against Everton in their last eight league meetings so it may be best to captain Salah against a Sheffield United team who have kept one clean sheet in their last four.
Paul Gee (@FPLPaulGee): With Liverpool and Man City both playing away, I would be tempted to captain Son against Southampton. Abraham is another with a few double-digit returns playing at home. Sterling could be a major differential captain this week.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): The last few weeks I have captained De Bruyne and he's been a great differential pick, so there is a temptation to leave the armband with him. But Tottenham Hotspur have a lovely fixture and won their last home match 4-0. At the moment my armband is on Harry Kane (£11.0m).
Ben Crabtree (@FC_CrabDogg): It feels risky but I'm going for Son. He has the best fixture out of my options and has good personal form. I'm just worried about Spurs as a team.
Neal Thurman (@nealjthurman): People have dropped Sterling in their droves but he will almost certainly make everyone pull their hair out by netting a hat-trick. If you're among those who bailed and want to go in a different direction, I'd go with Abraham.