The Wolverhampton Wanderers striker has been in reliable form when playing at Molineux recently, producing a goal or assist in five of his last six matches.
He faces a Magpies defence that have conceded 21 away goals, the second-worst record in the league.
The Sheffield United man offers strong all-round potential against West Ham United. Lundstram has scored all three of his goals this season at Bramall Lane, also producing two assists and four clean sheets at home.
Wolves' wing-back has upped his goal threat in recent matches. Doherty's seven shots and four shots on target are both more than any other FPL defender over the last four Gameweeks.
The Liverpool winger has three double-figure hauls in his last five Gameweek appearances. Salah boasts a fine record against his hosts, Tottenham Hotspur, scoring five goals in his six meetings for the Reds.
The Wolves frontman produced an 11-point haul against Man City in his last home match in Gameweek 19.
The Everton striker has three goals and 20 points in his three matches under Carlo Ancelotti. Calvert-Lewin can extend than run against a Brighton defence without a clean sheet in their last seven away encounters.
The top-scoring player in FPL, Vardy has a goal or an assist in 10 of his last 12 appearances. He produced his season-high haul of 20 points against Southampton in Gameweek 10.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): Sibide is emerging as an intriguing out of position option. Could he take Lundstram's crown?
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): Foster looks a great pick this week. He currently has the most bonus points of any keeper as well as being the joint-second highest scoring keeper in the game. Given the improvements in Watford's form under their new head coach I would expect him to pick up a clean sheet against an out-of-form and injury-ravaged AFC Bournemouth side.
Ben McNair (@drbenmcnair): Doherty is an excellent choice, with a chance of attacking and clean sheet points at home to goal-shy Newcastle. I would have gone for Sadio Mane (£12.3m) rather than Salah. Spurs are stronger defensively on their left-hand side. On the opposite flank, Serge Aurier (£5.1m) has more licence to get forward and that may lead to opportunities for Mane on transitions.