The AFC Bournemouth forward has suffered a loss of form after a strong start to the season.
Wilson produced a goal or an assist in each of the first seven Gameweeks.
But he has drawn blanks in three successive matches ahead of a visit from Manchester United.
However, injuries in Man Utd's defence can revive Wilson's potential in FPL.
The pair are now in a race to be fit for Saturday.
In addition, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have lacked resilience on the road this season. They have failed to keep a clean sheet away from home.
Wilson's underlying statistics suggest he still boasts a significant goal threat when playing at Vitality Stadium.
At home, his total of seven big chances is joint-second with Mohamed Salah (£12.4m) among all players in FPL.
The Cherries' upcoming schedule also raises the prospect of keeping faith in Wilson.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), three of AFC Bournemouth's subsequent four opponents over Gameweeks 12 to 15 score just two.
That hands Wilson another chance to get back among the goals, rewarding the patience of his remaining 12.3 per cent ownership.