The attacking threat of Phil Foden (£6.6m) could prove a major source of value in Gameweek 7 of Fantasy Premier League.
The Manchester City midfielder has recorded nine shots in the box this season, more than any team-mate.
Foden’s goal threat was evident in Gameweek 6, when he emerged from the bench to score in a 1-1 draw at West Ham United.
His role as a substitute against the Hammers indicates Foden is now likely to start at Sheffield United, after being rotated.
At a cost of just £6.6m, he can thrive against a Blades team who have failed to keep a clean sheet in their six matches.
Foden takes his place in a Selection that lines up in a 3-4-3 formation, with Sadio Mane (£12.0m) handed the armband and Mohamed Salah (£12.4m) named vice-captain.
The top-scoring defender in FPL, Saiss offers multiple routes to points at home to Crystal Palace. The Moroccan has scored once this season and has earned bonus on all four occasions Wolverhampton Wanderers have kept a clean sheet.
The centre-back has helped Aston Villa to three clean sheets in five matches, and also scored against Sheff Utd in Gameweek 2. At just £4.7m, Konsa can provide big value at the back at home to Southampton.
Chelsea’s new left-back has one goal, two assists and two clean sheets in his first three appearances of 2020/21. Chilwell is the most-bought defender in Gameweek 7, earning over 229,000 new owners for the visit to Burnley.
Liverpool’s Egyptian offers huge all-round potential at home to West Ham. Salah’s 22 shots in the penalty area and 17 chances created both rank among the top two players in Fantasy.
The Senegalese earns the armband ahead of Salah due to his recent performances. Mane has bettered his team-mate by 37 points to 17 in their last four Gameweek appearances together.
FPL’s top-scoring player has produced four double-figure hauls in the last five Gameweeks. Son has risen to a hefty 56.5 per cent ownership ahead of Tottenham Hotspur's home match with Brighton & Hove Albion.
The 20-year-old has been a consistent source of points this term, with returns in three of Man City’s five matches.
Another big captaincy option for Gameweek 7, Kane has earned two 16-point hauls in the last three Gameweeks. Brighton, meanwhile, have kept just a single clean sheet all season.
The most-bought player in the Gameweek, he has earned over 360,000 new owners for Leeds United’s home meeting with Leicester City. Bamford’s 23 shots, 20 shots in the box and 11 shots on target all rank among the top three forwards this term.
Villa’s frontman has suffered successive blanks following his hat-trick against Liverpool. But Watkins has the pace to punish Southampton’s high defensive line and help him return to the scoresheet.
Don't get caught out. The Gameweek 7 deadline is at 18:30 GMT on Friday 30 October.