Your essential daily guide to FPL
Starting in Gameweek 30+ The Scout will review every Fantasy Premier League fixture until the end of the season.
Whether it's noting player rotation and injuries, making astute tactical observations or highlighting in-form differentials, our Daily Scout Notes will provide an unrivalled breakdown on each match, reviewing while previewing, as we guide you through the hectic fixture schedule.
All four of Watford's starting defenders earned points against the Foxes.
Kabasele's impact at both ends of the pitch has been a big factor in home matches under Nigel Pearson.
The Belgian has two assists and four clean sheets in his last seven appearances at Vicarage Road.
That could mark him out as a standout value pick for a fine run of home opponents for the Hornets.
It was a frustrating afternoon for the 448,000+ managers who captained Jamie Vardy (£9.7m).
The sixth top armband pick for Gameweek 30+, Leicester City's striker has now blanked in seven of his last nine appearances.
Instead it was Ben Chilwell (£5.5m) who scored for the visitors, claiming maximum three bonus to earn a match-high 11 points.
Top scorer: Ben Chilwell 11pts (TSB 8.7%, £5.5m)
Bonus points: Ben Chilwell 3pts, Adam Masina 2pts, Craig Dawson 1pt
Watford: BUR (A) SOU (H) CHE (A)
Leicester: BHA (H) EVE (A) CRY (H)
That helped him to eight points for Gameweek 30+, more than any team-mate.
The Ivorian impressed since new head coach Mikel Arteta arrived, recording 47 points in his eight starts.
Cut-price midfielder Saka claimed seven points. He has started eight successive Gameweeks, producing four assists in that run.
However, Double Gameweek 30+ was one to forget for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.1m).
He was handed the captaincy by 724,000 but blanked in both matches.
Lewis Dunk's (£4.7m) leveller means the Brighton centre-back now has three goals and three assists this season.
However, their upcoming schedule does little to encourage investment. Brighton face four of the top five teams in the Premier League in the next five Gameweeks.
Top scorer: Lewis Dunk 10pts (TSB 10.8%, £4.7m)
Bonus points: Neal Maupay 3pts, Lewis Dunk 2pts, Nicolas Pepe 1pt
Brighton: LEI (A) MUN (H) NOR (A)
Arsenal: SOU (A) NOR (H) WOL (A)
Wolverhampton Wanders continue to richly reward FPL managers at both ends of the pitch.
Doherty supplied an assist and also helped Wolves to a fifth clean sheet in six.
The Irishman's four goals and six assists have earned him over 19,000 transfers in this Gameweek, more than any other defender.
Doherty looks the leading option in the Wolves defence for a very favourable upcoming schedule.
Each of their next seven matches score no more than three in the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR).
Frontman Jimenez was the third-most sold player heading into Gameweek 30+, moved on by over 403,000 managers.
But the Mexican's sixth goal in eight matches punished those sellers, underlining his form for that promising run of opponents.
For the Hammers, Michail Antonio's (£6.9m) role up front means he could provide FPL managers with an "out of position" option when their fixtures improve from Gameweek 33+ onwards.
Top scorer: Matt Doherty 12pts (TSB 9.3%, £6.3m)
Bonus points: Matt Doherty 3pts, Raul Jimenez 2pts, Romain Saiss 1pt
West Ham: TOT (A) CHE (H) NEW (A)
Wolves: BOU (H) AVL (A) ARS (H)
Patrick van Aanholt's (£5.6m) contribution in attack and defence earned him a 12-point haul against AFC Bournemouth.
The left-back supplied an assist in the 2-0 win while also helping Crystal Palace to a fourth successive clean sheet.
Yet the Dutchman has merited the extra outlay recently, producing 41 points over the last four Gameweeks.
Palace's tough upcoming schedule suggests Van Aanholt may have to mainly rely on his attacking output for the run-in.
Six of the Eagles' remaining eight matches are against opponents in the top half of the table.
While such a schedule could also limit the prospects of Jordan Ayew (£5.2m), his form could still be useful for managers needing a cut-price forward to help facilitate a 3-5-2 formation.
The Ghanaian netted Palace's second and has delivered attacking returns in each of his last four matches.
For AFC Bournemouth, David Brooks (£6.2m) could emerge as differential in midfield. The Welshman made his first appearance of the season after a long-term injury.
Top scorer: Patrick van Aanholt 12pts (TSB 5.4%, £5.6m)
Bonus points: Patrick van Aanholt 3pts, Luka Milivojevic 2pts, Joel Ward 1pt, Gary Cahill 1pt
AFC Bournemouth: WOL (A) NEW (H) MUN (A)
Crystal Palace: LIV (A) BUR (H) LEI (A)