The Chelsea winger has attacking returns in five of his six outings since the season resumed, scoring three goals and supplying three assists.
The Canaries, meanwhile, are the first side to be relegated this term, with Daniel Farke's side losing each of their last seven matches.
The Burnley goalkeeper's total of eight home clean sheets is joint-top among goalkeepers in FPL this season.
Pope hosts a Wolverhampton Wanderers side who have scored only one goal in their last two away matches.
Wan-Bissaka has an assist and two clean sheets in his last two road trips, totalling 15 points.
Justin has earned a shutout in three successive matches at King Power Stadium.
Everton's left-back has been in excellent form at both ends of the pitch since the season restarted.
Digne welcomes Aston Villa having produced three assists and two clean sheets in his previous six appearances.
His 26 points against Norwich last weekend was the highest single-Gameweek haul of the season.
Sterling has four double-digit returns in his previous six appearances, including his season-high 21 points at Brighton & Hove Albion last time out.
The Chelsea midfielder has averaged 6.5 points per match since the season restarted.
Salah scored twice to claim 15 points against the Gunners in Gameweek 3.
The Portuguese playmaker has thrived on the road since arriving in January.
Fernandes has averaged 10.8 points per away match, producing attacking returns on all five occasions.
The Man Utd forward has scored against Brighton and Aston Villa in his last two away matches.
Greenwood can bring in more points against a Palace side that have lost five in a row.
Two goals and two assists in his last two appearances have made the Man City forward a top target for Gameweek 36+.
Jesus is the third most-bought player, transferred in by over 119,000 managers.
What the experts say
Tom (@WGTA_FPL): An unarguably strong side that nicely sums up the zeitgeist; expect it to score high!
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): It will be interesting to see if Antonio can repeat his Gameweek 35+ heroics in what will undoubtedly be a huge six-pointer. Man Utd have been so good in attack that often it feels like their defenders are overlooked so I'm pleased to see Wan-Bissaka in there for what should be at least be a clean sheet.
Neal Thurman (@nealjthurman): I don't love the potential for clean sheets with Justin against a confident Sheff Utd or Wan-Bissaka on the road, and would rather see Aymeric Laporte (£6.3m) and Reece James (£4.9m).
Ben McNair (@drbenmcnair): There are so many good options this week. Despite Antonio's epic haul last Gameweek, I would prefer to include Foden, as he was rested in Man City's last match and faces an AFC Bournemouth side without Nathan Ake (£4.8m).