Indeed, he plans to give his captain's armband to the Manchester City striker, backing the Argentinian to deliver at Goodison Park and maintain his record of scoring at least one goal in every match this season.
"The way Everton are right now, rather than over the eight previous matches that Aguero has played against them, I don’t really fancy their defence," says Munday.
"They kept two clean sheets at the start of the season but then they’ve conceded at least two in the next four. And Aguero, he’s had the most shots in the box in the league all season, the highest number of big chances.
"I just can't really see the form he's in coming to a halt."
Also in the latest episode of the FPL Show, Munday explains why he will vice-captain Raheem Sterling (£12.1m), while Holly Shand says her armband is on Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) despite concerns over Liverpool's trip to Sheffield United.