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.
Playing up front for the Hammers, Antonio scored all four of their goals to record a 26-point return at Carrow Road.
The Hammers' attacker has found the net on six occasions since the season resumed, with all those goals coming in the last four Gameweeks.
Still owned by less than 3.0 per cent of squads, Antonio has the schedule to continue thriving as a huge differential in FPL.
Norwich have been relegated on the back of seven successive losses.
And their poor defensive form suggests that handing the captaincy to an attacking opponent can be a very profitable tactic.
Top scorer: Michail Antonio 26pts (TSB 2.0%, £6.9m)
Bonus points: Michail Antonio 3pts, Ryan Fredericks 2pts, Issa Diop 1pt, Mark Noble 1pt.
Norwich: CHE (A) BUR (H) MCI (A)
West Ham: WAT (H) MUN (A) AVL (H)
The captain scored both their goals from the spot in a 2-1 win over Steve Bruce's side, also picking up the maximum three bonus points.
Deeney has found the net on eight occasions since Nigel Pearson was appointed head coach in Gameweek 18, a total bettered by only three other forwards in FPL.
Wide man Ismaila Sarr (£6.2m) also continued his improving form for the hosts.
The Senegalese had blanked in four successive matches since the season resumed but has claimed back-to-back assists against Norwich and Newcastle.
However, interest in Watford's key players is limited by their remaining matches.
For Newcastle, Dwight Gayle (£5.0m) extended his prolific end-of-season form.
The Magpies' forward has three goals and an assist in the last five Gameweeks, producing returns on four of those occasions.
By comparison, Gayle had managed only one assist in the first 30 Gameweeks.
Nonetheless, Newcastle also have a testing run of opponents likely to deter investment.
Top scorer: Troy Deeney 13pts (TSB 1.8%, £6.2m)
Bonus points: Troy Deeney 3pts, Dwight Gayle 2pts, Craig Dawson 1pt.
Watford: WHU (A) MCI (H) ARS (A)
Newcastle: TOT (H) BHA (A) LIV (H)
They were backed by a combined 1.68million FPL managers with the Gameweek 35+ armband, with 1.2million favouring the Egyptian.
Salah had six shots but was unable to find a way past Nick Pope (£5.0m) in goal for the visitors.
The Clarets' No 1 made his season-high eight saves to extend his lead at the top of the goalkeeper standings.
Restored to the starting XI along with Mane after his midweek rest against Brighton & Hove Albion, Robertson has been the Reds' most productive defender since the season resumed.
He has produced one goal, two assists and two clean sheets in the last five Gameweeks.
Meanwhile, owners of Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.8m) were left frustrated after he only featured as a second-half substitute.
But with back-to-back matches against Arsenal and Chelsea up next, Liverpool are expected to return to full strength.
For Burnley, Jay Rodriguez's (£5.7m) equaliser took his tally to three goals and an assist in his last four matches.
He could prove a budget-friendly option against Norwich and Brighton in the final two Gameweeks.
Top scorer: Jay Rodriguez 9pts (TSB 0.4%, £5.7m), Andrew Robertson 9pts (TSB 17.6%, £7.0m), Neco Williams (TSB 0.2%, £4.0m)
Bonus points: Jay Rodriguez 3pts, Neco Williams 3pts, Andrew Robertson 1pt, Fabinho 1pt, James Tarkowski 1pt.
Liverpool: ARS (A) CHE (H) NEW (A)
Burnley: WOL (H) NOR (A) BHA (H)
A 13th clean sheet of the campaign helped Dean Henderson (£5.2m) move up to second in the FPL goalkeeper standings.
And their upcoming schedule suggests the Blades are set for more success. According to the FDR, two of their final three fixtures score only two.
In attack, Olivier McBurnie (£5.5m) could also appeal as a budget-friendly pick. The Scot delivered his highest haul of the season with a goal and an assist on Saturday.
For Chelsea, Willian and Christian Pulisic disappointed the combined 372,466 managers who bought them for the Bramall Lane match.
The pair had been in sparkling form, with seven goals and five assists between them since the restart.
But their owners will still be optimistic of big returns against Norwich in midweek.
The Canaries have lost seven successive matches and have conceded a league-leading 67 goals.
The Frenchman has scored in four of his last five starts.
Top scorer: David McGoldrick 13pts (TSB 0.2%, £5.4m)
Bonus points: David McGoldrick 3pts, Oliver McBurnie 2pts, Dean Henderson 1pt.
Sheff Utd: LEI (A) EVE (H) SOU (A)
Chelsea: NOR (H) LIV (A) WOL (H)
Sterling's hat-trick helped him earn the maximum three bonus points to claim 21 points.
He has delivered double-figure returns in four of his six appearances since the restart.
Jesus scored once and supplied two assists for a 14-point return.
However, Kevin De Bruyne (£10.8m) proved a huge disappointment for the 853,000+ managers who handed him the captaincy.
The third-top armband pick in Gameweek 35+, the Belgian played no part in any of his side’s goals, earning just three points.
City's schedule looks very promising for a triple-up on their attackers. Pep Guardiola's side face three of the bottom four in the final three Gameweeks.
They play at home to AFC Bournemouth and Norwich, with a visit to Watford in between.
Phil Foden (£5.4m) is one to consider in midfield. He was benched for the second time in three Gameweeks and looks set to return against the Cherries in midweek.
Brighton also have a kind schedule, with two of their final three matches scoring only two in the FDR.
Top scorer: Raheem Sterling 21pts (TSB 17.0%, £11.7m)
Bonus points: Raheem Sterling 3pts, Gabriel Jesus 2pts, Bernardo Silva 1pt.
Brighton: SOU (A) NEW (H) BUR (A)
Man City: BOU (H) WAT (A) NOR (H)