Tottenham Hotspur's Welshman has now scored four of their six goals in the two Premier League matches since the departure of Jose Mourinho.
Bale's display against Sheff Utd extended his outstanding home form when playing alongside Harry Kane (£11.9m) and Son Heung-min (£9.6m) recently.
Bale has produced hauls of 19, 14 and 21 points across those encounters, scoring seven goals and supplying an assist.
As Spurs are not among the eight sides with a Double Gameweek 35, managers are likely to overlook their players as armband picks.
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Further analysis of those recent three home matches shows that, of the three, it was Kane who produced more shots and shots inside the penalty area, with 16 and nine respectively.
Son, meanwhile, was the most creative, supplying 14 scoring chances for his team-mates.
But it was Bale who was the most accurate, with his nine shots on target more than the combined eight of Kane and Son.
Just three per cent of managers currently own the winger, compared with the 47 per cent of Kane and Son.
That underlines Bale's captaincy potential as a major weapon for managers looking to make up ground in their mini-leagues over the remaining Gameweeks.
Part 1: FDR Analysis: Time to consider Everton
Part 2: GW34 FPL stats: Frustration for Kane backers
Part 3: GW34 Bonus points: Antonio returns to claim a maximum
Part 4: FPL Saturday review: Watkins in form for Double Gameweek
Part 5: GW34 Lessons: European clubs causing rotation issues
Part 7: Who to target from clubs still in Europe? What the experts say