The Tottenham Hotspur striker is the top-scoring forward in FPL, scoring nine goals and supplying a further 10 assists in his first 13 matches.
Kane has had 50 shots this season, more than any other player in the game.
And his record against his visitors suggests he will get more goals this weekend.
Kane has scored 14 goals in his 10 Premier League meetings with Leicester.
Owned by 41.5 per cent, he is a key captain contender for Gameweek 14 and is among five Kings to watch named by The Scout ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 GMT deadline.
The Chelsea midfielder has scored once and supplied four assists in FPL this season.
Mount’s creativity can be a major weapon at home against West Ham United, with playmaker Hakim Ziyech (£8.1m) still sidelined through injury for the Blues.
The England star has made nine key passes in the last four Gameweeks, more than any team-mate.
Dunk has also stepped up his goal threat recently. His eight shots, six shots in the box and five headed shots are all top among defenders over the last four Gameweeks.
His aerial threat could pose big problems for the Blades. They have conceded 56 shots from set-pieces, the second-worst record in the Premier League.
Newcastle United’s summer signing has been among the most consistent forwards in FPL this season.
That highlights his captaincy potential against a Fulham side who have failed to keep a clean sheet on their travels.
The centre-back’s potential in Fantasy appears to have been revived after his return to Wolverhampton Wanderers' starting line-up.
Saiss was a huge success at the start of the season, combining a goal with four clean sheets and seven bonus points in the first six Gameweeks.
He visits a Burnley side who have struggled in attack at Turf Moor, scoring only twice in five matches.
Remember the Gameweek 14 deadline is at 11:00 GMT on Saturday 19 December.
Part 2: GW14 Differentials: Sigurdsson revived for Arsenal's visit
Part 3: GW14 Captains: Fernandes can retain top spot
Part 4: Who to captain in GW14? What the experts say
Part 5: Scout Selection: Salah backed for more Palace joy
Part 6: Scout Selection: The FPL experts' views