The Southampton striker has totalled 109 points, scoring 12 goals and providing one assist.
Indeed, in terms of value, his 16.5 points per million is more than any other midfielder or forward in the game.
Ings faces a Tottenham Hotspur side who have yet to keep a clean sheet away from home this season.
A role up front in recent matches for Liverpool has raised his goal threat. Salah's 18 shots and 15 shots in the box in his last four appearances are both more than any other player in FPL.
FPL's top-scoring midfielder has scored three goals and supplied four assists in the last four Gameweeks. De Bruyne entertains Everton having averaged 8.3 points per home match in 2019/20.
Wolves' in-form winger is the most-bought player in the Gameweek, earning over 270,000 new owners. Traore has produced double-figure hauls against Spurs and Manchester City in the last four Gameweeks.
His winner against Arsenal highlights the Chelsea forward's goal threat on the road. Abraham visits Brighton & Hove Albion having scored eight goals away from home in 2019/20, the third-best total in FPL.
The Southampton striker scored in his previous meeting with Spurs in Gameweek 7. Ings also earned maximum bonus for a nine-point return.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): Traore could have plenty of joy against Watford. I'd also like to see Raul Jimenez (£7.5m) included here after his rest at the weekend - he's been so consistent this season.
Ash (@FPLHints): Vardy is more than capable of returning to the first XI against Newcastle by scoring a goal to celebrate the birth of his new-born baby; he is worth even captaining. I also think Martial is a good shout. However, I am worried that Alexander-Arnold could finally be rested after playing all the matches during the festive period.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): Always nice when the front three on the selection match that of your own FPL team. With Vardy having missed Gameweek 20 he looks a great option for Gameweek 21 as he has had a longer rest than most of the rest of the league. Martial once again looked excellent last weekend so hopefully he will be just as good at Arsenal. Salah was unlucky not to return against Wolves so I expect him to do well in the midweek fixtures.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily): Fabianski's return came a little too late to save Manuel Pellegrini but David Moyes will be very glad to have his main shot stopper back between the sticks. I like his inclusion in the picks, AFC Bournemouth have been dire in front of goal lately, with only two goals in their last six fixtures. Fabianski's also a nice pick if you're thinking longer term with a Double Gameweek 24 on the horizon.
Ben Crabtree (@FC_CrabDogg): It'd be bad for me if this team did well but it looks strong for this week. Maybe there could still be some surprise rotation.
Remember the GW21 deadline is 11:30 GMT on Wednesday 1 January