With the best Expected Goal Involvement in the league over the last four Gameweeks, it's good to see Joshua King (£5.6m) among the picks. He faces a Leicester City side who have only managed one clean sheet this season, and that was back in Gameweek 1.
I really like the defence and goalkeeper combination this week, too. It looks primed for points.
Great set of picks this week. The full-back trio just continue to deliver every week. I would rather have had Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£9.9m) than Harry Kane (£12.2m) though, and I'm not sure about King away at Leicester.
King looks a cheap hero of the hour at the moment. He's third for Non-penalty Goal Involvement this season among forwards in Fantasy.
Love the Emile Smith Rowe (£5.9m) pick, but I'm not sure about King. The three defenders are just hard to ignore right now.
With wing-backs all the rage and the armband firmly affixed to the arm of Mohamed Salah (£13.0m), we've got to look elsewhere for our differentials.
Having played every minute of Manchester City's last seven games, Bernardo Silva (£7.2m) seems to have licence to get forward and is showing some consistency in the final third. Although not necessarily explosive, he's ticking along nicely at 6.6 points per match over the last five Gameweeks.
Some consistent performances mean there are now some regulars in the Scout Selection. I like the Bernardo pick and hope Kane can prove his worth too.
A very strong squad this week and perhaps some more huge scores coming for the full-backs. Kane surely must prevail against a Burnley defence missing some key personnel.