A home encounter with Southampton promotes Troy Deeney's (£6.2m) appeal in Gameweek 32+ of Fantasy Premier League.
The Watford forward has scored all six of his goals and provided both of his assists this season since Nigel Pearson's first match in charge of the team in Gameweek 17.
The underlying numbers also highlight Deeney's goal threat over that period.
Only four other players in FPL bettered his 11 big chances.
Deeney is among four Differentials named by The Scout for Gameweek 32+ ahead of Saturday’s 11:30 BST deadline.
Watford's frontman has recorded double-figure hauls against Aston Villa and Liverpool in his seven home matches under Pearson.
The AFC Bournemouth midfielder has returned after a long-term injury, starting each of their last two matches against Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Brooks produced seven goals and six assists in 2018/19 FPL and could be a key player as the Cherries look for a vital home win against Newcastle United.
A visit from Norwich City gives the Arsenal midfielder the chance to extend his run of returns at Emirates Stadium.
Saka has supplied an assist in three of his last four home matches, earning points against Sheffield United, Newcastle and Everton.
Playing as a forward for West Ham United and listed as a midfielder in FPL, Antonio can take advantage of Chelsea's poor defensive form on their travels.
Frank Lampard's side have managed only one away clean sheet all season, conceding in each of their last six away trips.
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Part 3: GW32+ Captains: Martial offers armband solution
Part 4: Scout Selection: Aubameyang to punish Norwich