The Scout is reviewing every Fantasy Premier League fixture until the end of the season, whether it's noting player rotation and injuries, making tactical observations or highlighting in-form differentials.
The right-back has now started each of the Seagulls’ last three matches, also claiming a clean sheet against Leicester City in Gameweek 31+.
Lamptey can be a handy squad option for FPL managers yet to play their Wildcards.
In attack, Aaron Connolly (£4.2m) could also provide a budget-friendly option, having started each of Brighton’s last three fixtures.
Cantwell is owned by 17.6 per cent, while Pukki sits in 12.6 per cent of squads.
Top scorer: Leandro Trossard 11pts (TSB 0.3%, £5.8m)
Bonus points: Leandro Trossard 3pts, Lewis Dunk 2pts and Mathew Ryan 1pt.
Norwich: WAT (A) WHU (H) CHE (A)
Brighton: LIV (H) MCI (H) SOU (A)
The third most-sold player ahead of the Gameweek 33+ deadline, Vardy had frustrated since the restart with three successive blanks.
However, the 151,000+ managers who parted company with him were made to regret their decision as Vardy recorded his eighth double-figure haul of the season.
Harvey Barnes (£6.0m) has featured as a substitute for the second time in three Gameweeks.
But he now looks likely to start against Arsenal in midweek, having emerged from the bench to provide a pair of assists.
At the back, a 12th shutout of the campaign helped Kasper Schmeichel (£5.4m) move up to second in the goalkeeper standings.
Although the Foxes have impressed at both ends of the pitch, a tricky end to the season could soon reduce their FPL appeal.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), three of their final five matches score four.
Crystal Palace, meanwhile, have conceded eight goals without reply over their last three matches.
Top scorer: Jamie Vardy 13pts (TSB 26.2%, £9.7m)
Bonus points: Jamie Vardy 3pts, Jonny Evans 2pts, Caglar Soyuncu 1pt and Harvey Barnes 1pt.
Leicester: ARS (A) BOU (A) SHU (H)
Crystal Palace: CHE (H) AVL (A) MUN (H)
Manchester United’s free-scoring attackers continue to reward their FPL ownership, with Bruno Fernandes (£8.8m), Anthony Martial (£8.2m) and Mason Greenwood (£4.4m) all bringing in double-figure hauls against AFC Bournemouth.
Fernandes was the most-bought player for Gameweek 33+ and the fourth-top armband pick.
And the Portuguese justified that faith with a goal, two assists and 15 points. He has now averaged 8.9 points per match this season, more than any other player in FPL.
However, his owners were left disappointed after Marcus Rashford (£9.1m) took and converted a penalty for Man United's second goal. This suggests he is now sharing spot-kick duties with Fernandes.
A role up front continues to benefit Martial. The Frenchman has excelled at Old Trafford recently, scoring four goals and supplying two assists in his last two home matches.
Meanwhile, Greenwood is already the most-bought player for Gameweek 34+, with over 54,000 new owners for the Red Devils’ visit to Aston Villa.
He is enjoying his longest run of starts this season, named in the first XI in each of the last three Gameweeks.
Top scorer: Bruno Fernandes 15pts (TSB 24.5%, £8.8m)
Bonus points: Mason Greenwood 3pts, Bruno Fernandes 2pts and Anthony Martial 1pt.
Man Utd: AVL (A) SOU (H) CRY (A)
AFC Bournemouth: TOT (H) LEI (H) MCI (A)
Arsenal continue to offer value at both ends of the pitch after recording their third successive Premier League victory and clean sheet.
Tierney has claimed 19 points in that run and the wing-back was unfortunate not to also pick up his third clean sheet when he was replaced on 55 minutes.
In attack, Bukayo Saka (£4.7m) continued to offer a cut-price source of points by scoring the opener.
He has started nine of Arsenal's last 11 matches and has also supplied four assists during that run.
Despite the home defeat, owners of Wolverhampton Wanderers defenders will be encouraged by the schedule.
Top scorer: Bukayo Saka 10pts (TSB 4.9%, £4.7m)
Bonus points: Alexandre Lacazette 3pts, Bukayo Saka 2pts and Shkodran Mustafi 1pt.
Wolves: SHU (A) EVE (H) BUR (A)
Arsenal: LEI (H) TOT (A) LIV (H)
Willian has now converted a penalty in three straight matches, indicating he has secured spot-kick duties with Jorginho (£4.9m) again named on the bench.
And Pulisic's assist means he has produced attacking returns in each of Chelsea's four matches following the restart.
Both, however, were overshadowed by Ross Barkley (£5.6m). Starting for the third successive fixture, the midfielder scored once and supplied an assist.
Azpilicueta has three assists and 26 FPL points in the last four Gameweeks.
Watford also embark on a kinder sequence of matches that could yet reward investment.
Top scorer: Ross Barkley 13pts (TSB 1.5%, £5.6m)
Bonus points: Cesar Azpilicueta 3pts, Ross Barkley 2pts and Willian 1pt.
Chelsea: CRY (A) SHU (A) NOR (H)
Watford: NOR (H) NEW (H) WHU (A)
Daily Scout Notes: 5 July (BURSHU, NEWWHU, LIVAVL, SOUMCI)