The Scout continues a series on the players offering the biggest potential for Fantasy Premier League points from set-pieces.
When it comes to supplying assists from free-kicks and corners, Moutinho remains the most reliable pick for FPL managers.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder has set up three goals from such situations, more than any other player this season.
That follows on from last term, when his seven such assists was also a league-leading figure.
|Player||Set-piece chances created||Set-piece assists||Total chances created||FPL assists|
|Kevin De Bruyne||13||1||43||10|
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The underlying statistics show that set-pieces are vital to Moutinho's potential in FPL.
His 21 key passes rank joint-10th among midfielders over the first 12 Gameweeks.
A major share of corners lifts his appeal. Moutinho has taken 49 of Wolves's 56 corners, finding a team-mate on 13 occasions.
Sitting in only 3.8 per cent of squads, the Portuguese looks a tempting differential ahead of a kind upcoming schedule.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), only one of Wolves's next six matches scores more than three.
That run begins with a trip to AFC Bournemouth after the international break.
It hands Moutinho the chance to continue delivering for FPL managers, and indeed for Wolves from set-pieces.
Part 1: Set-piece analysis: Alexander-Arnold ups his game
Part 2: Set-piece analysis: Maguire heading for points
Part 3: Set-piece analysis: Maddison an all-round prospect
Part 5: Set-piece analysis: Rashford profiting from dead-ball duties
Part 6: Set-piece analysis: De Bruyne a dominant force