The Scout looks at the best players, per position and price, for managers in Fantasy Premier League who are playing their Wildcards in the first international break of 2021/22.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers wide man has been a major threat under new head coach Bruno Lage.
Both Traore and his team-mate Raul Jimenez (£7.4m) have produced 12 shots in the first three Gameweeks, a total bettered by only two other players in Fantasy.
The Spain international also ranks fourth for chances created, tallying nine.
That shows he has been somewhat unfortunate to blank in each of his appearances.
However, the upcoming schedule suggests Traore can now thrive as a big source of value.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), each of Wolves’ next four matches score only two.
Leeds United’s Brazilian is among the most-popular midfielders in Fantasy, found in 17 per cent of squads.
Raphinha has already rewarded their faith with a goal and seven points at home to Everton in Gameweek 2.
He has been Leeds' main goal threat this term, with his 11 shots more than double any team-mate apart from the seven of Patrick Bamford (£7.9m).
And a very favourable run of opponents from Gameweek 5 onwards can make him a must-have.
Five of Leeds’ subsequent six matches score only two in the FDR.
Watford's wide man offers strong all-round potential ahead of a kind short-term schedule.
Sarr’s eight shots and eight chances created are both team-leading totals for the Hornets.
Having scored against Aston Villa in Gameweek 1, he now has the platform to bring in more returns.
The trio have all profited from playing as a central striker for their respective clubs this season.
He has thrived up front for Pep Guardiola’s side, returning 18 and 20 point-hauls in his last four FPL starts.
Torres now seems likely to earn most of his minutes in 2021/22 as a striker, particularly with Gabriel Jesus (£8.5m) keen to play out wide instead.
If managers are prepared to run the risk of Guardiola’s notorious rotation policy, the Spaniard’s potential for explosive hauls could make him a bargain buy.
Greenwood, meanwhile, is the only midfielder in Fantasy to score in all three Gameweeks.
The return of Cristiano Ronaldo (£12.5m), however, means Greenwood is expected to move out wide for Manchester United.
Nonetheless, with Marcus Rashford (£9.4m) currently out injured, Greenwood looks likely to retain his starting role for now.
But an injury to the Brazilian is now set to re-ignite interest in his rival.
Jota has already scored against Norwich and Burnley this season, totalling 17 points.
Encouragingly, only one of the Reds’ next five matches score more than three in the FDR.
If Firmino is ruled out for a few weeks, Jota can thrive as a double-up option alongside Mohamed Salah (£12.5m) over the short-term.
Part 1: Fixture swing boosts Meslier
Part 2: Livramento a budget gem
Part 3: Alexander-Arnold worth extra outlay
Part 5: Salah the standout midfielder
Part 6: Time for another Pukki party?
Part 7: Set-pieces add to Ronaldo appeal
Remember, the Gameweek 4 deadline is at 11:00 BST on Saturday 11 September.