The Scout is backing five players to produce big points in Double Gameweek 36 of Fantasy Premier League ahead of the deadline at 13:30 BST on Saturday 7 May.
The Manchester City forward is the most-bought player for the second successive Gameweek, brought in by 130,000+ managers for his matches against Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Jesus approaches Double Gameweek 36 in his most prolific form of the season, scoring six goals and supplying an assist in his last three outings in all competitions.
That includes his career-high Fantasy haul of 24 points against Watford in Gameweek 34.
Jesus' total of 42 points across the last four Gameweeks is at least 18 more than any Man City team-mate.
That is particularly impressive given he appeared as an 83rd-minute substitute in one of them.
The Chelsea wing-back offers multiple routes to returns against Wolves and Leeds United.
Alonso has amassed 34 points over the last four Gameweeks, combining two goals and an assist with two clean sheets and four bonus.
His 12 shots in the box and 14 chances created both put him among the top two players for Thomas Tuchel’s side in that spell.
Tottenham Hotspur's South Korean faces Liverpool and Arsenal on the back of four double-figure returns in his last six matches.
Son has produced 73 points in that run, scoring eight goals and supplying two assists.
Having scored in his meetings with each of his Double Gameweek 36 opponents earlier this season, Son should not be overlooked as a captaincy pick as Spurs push for a top-four finish.
The centre-back offers a budget-friendly route into Liverpool’s defence against Spurs and Aston Villa.
Matip has started 13 of the Reds’ last 14 Premier League encounters, with Ibrahima Konate (£5.1m) preferred alongside Virgil van Dijk (£6.8m) in recent UEFA Champions League matches.
Matip has blanked just once in his last eight outings, totalling 59 points thanks to a goal, an assist and seven clean sheets.
The Everton forward’s Gameweek 35 strike against Chelsea took his tally to four goals and 31 points in his last five matches.
The underlying numbers show why Richarlison has been such a big success.
His totals of 23 shots, 19 shots in the box and 10 shots on target over the last six Gameweeks are all the most in the competition.
Everton face Leicester City and Watford in Double Gameweek 36, and they also have a Double Gameweek 37, hosting both Brentford and Crystal Palace.
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