The Scout is tipping five players to produce big points in Gameweek 2 of Fantasy Premier League.
Playing on the right of a three-man attack at Fulham, he collected three Fantasy assists in a 3-0 win last weekend.
Willian's bumper 14-point haul at Craven Cottage has made him a key target for the Gunners' home encounter with West Ham United.
Indeed, he is the second most-bought player in the Gameweek, earning over 235,000 transfers in.
That huge raft of new owners means that, along with Patrick Bamford (£5.6m), the Arsenal wide man is the first player to rise in price this season.
His performance in Gameweek 1 continued Willian's impressive late-season form for Chelsea in 2019/20.
The 32-year-old scored five goals and supplied four assists over his final nine starts for the Blues.
As he showed against Fulham, Willian's creativity will be a potent weapon for Mikel Arteta's men this term.
Last season, his 76 key passes were bettered by just six other players in FPL. By comparison, Arsenal's top creator Nicolas Pepe (£7.9m) created only 39 chances.
West Ham's poor defensive record suggests Willian can build upon his eye-catching debut.
David Moyes' side have managed a singular clean sheet in their last 19 Premier League matches.
Willian can seize upon those frailties, rewarding his huge number of new owners with another big return.