The Bonus Points
Scoring 27 in the Bonus Points System (BPS), the Clarets goalkeeper produced 15 recoveries and two saves to collect his fourth clean sheet of the campaign.
Andre Gray (£6.1m) received two bonus points with 25 in the BPS after scoring Burnley's late winner - his first goal since a Gameweek 2 strike against Liverpool.
Gray missed out on maximum bonus as he was tackled twice and caught offside on two occasions.
Ben Mee (£4.5m) picked up a single bonus point, with 21 in the BPS.
The Burnley centre-back produced eight clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI), four recoveries and a successful tackle as Sean Dyche's side recorded a sixth win in 10 matches at Turf Moor.
The Scout Notes
Heaton’s nine-point haul means he is second only to Watford’s Etienne Capoue (£4.9m) for overall FPL value in terms of points per million.
He has also gathered 13 bonus points this season - seven more than his nearest goalkeeping rival, Stoke City’s Lee Grant (£4.3m).
But Friend may well return to the starting XI at Manchester United in Gameweek 19, with regular right-back Antonio Barragan (£4.6m) serving a one-match ban having collected a fifth yellow card of the season in Monday’s contest.
Following that away trip, Middlesbrough are braced for a promising spell of fixtures.