The Scout is tipping five players to produce big points in Gameweek 28 of Fantasy Premier League.
Mason Mount (CHE) £7.0m
The England international has scored three of his five goals this season in his last five starts, producing 35 points in that period.
Having featured as a substitute against Everton in Gameweek 27, he looks set for a recall at Elland Road.
The underlying numbers further highlight his all-round potential in Fantasy.
Mount’s 20 shots and 20 chances created are both team-leading totals since Thomas Tuchel took charge in Gameweek 20.
Kelechi Iheanacho (LEI) £5.6m
The Leicester City striker has profited from a run of starts alongside Jamie Vardy (£10.2m), having been named in the first XI in three successive matches.
He can extend that streak at home to a Sheffield United side who have struggled on their travels this season.
Away from home, the Blades are the only side yet to keep a clean sheet, conceding in all 13 of their matches.
Wilfried Zaha (CRY) £7.1m
Zaha will now be pushing for a start against West Bromwich Albion, as the Eagles look to bounce back from their 4-1 defeat to Jose Mourinho’s side.
The Ivory Coast international's last display against West Brom suggests he could return big FPL points.
Zaha produced his season-high haul of 18 points against the Baggies in Gameweek 11, scoring twice and providing an assist in a 5-1 win.
Richarlison (EVE) £8.0m
A change of position has lifted the output of the Everton star in Fantasy.
Playing up front for the Toffees, FPL midfielder Richarlison has blanked in just one of his last five outings.
The Brazilian also enjoyed success against his weekend opponents Burnley earlier this season, producing an assist on his way to seven FPL points.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (ARS) £11.4m
Arsenal’s Gabonese star has thrived since being moved into a centre-forward role, scoring eight goals in his last six starts across all competitions.
Aubameyang has scored six of his nine goals in the Premier League this season in his last four starts.
Owned by a mere 7.9 per cent of managers, he also looks a strong differential for Sunday's north London derby at Emirates Stadium.
He has scored three goals and provided an assist across his last two home meetings with Spurs.
Also in this series
Part 2: GW28 Differentials: Castagne an all-round prospect
Part 3: GW28 Captains: Fernandes faces challenge from Spurs trio
Part 4: Who to captain in GW28? What the experts say
Part 5: Scout Selection: Richarlison can keep thriving up front
Part 6: GW28 final call: Injuries lift Greenwood potential
Remember, the Gameweek 28 deadline is 18:30 GMT on Friday 12 March.