Their premium-priced trio Joao Cancelo (£7.2m), Kevin De Bruyne (£12.3m) and Erling Haaland (£12.0m) rewarded Fantasy owners with a combined 25 points in a 3-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
All three are among the six top-scoring players in Fantasy over the opening eight Gameweeks.
However, Man City’s schedule somewhat lessens the potential of a triple-up in the short term.
How to plan, of course, depends on whether managers still have a Wildcard to play.
Over 82,000 Fantasy managers currently have the chip active during the first international break of the season.
If they intend to keep three Man City players, they should limit the number of Arsenal players they own.
Holding on to the Wildcard until Gameweek 13 could therefore prove a wise tactic.
This would allow managers to "dead-end" their team, giving them a potentially big advantage of selling De Bruyne and Haaland for replacement big-hitters in Gameweek 12 before immediately bringing both back in on their Wildcard.
Man City’s schedule from Gameweeks 13-16, which are the final four rounds of matches prior to the season breaking for the FIFA World Cup, makes a triple-up a must-have.
Certainly, those without Wildcards must retain Haaland, at least, given his relentless scoring run and huge 80 per cent ownership.
Holding both Haaland and Cancelo will require strong benches for Blank Gameweek 12, with De Bruyne the most disposable of the trio.
Son Heung-min (£11.7m) or Mohamed Salah (£12.9m) offer a premium-priced alternative to the Belgian.
Meanwhile, Liverpool's run of opponents from Gameweeks 12-16 looks very encouraging for a return to form for Salah.
Leicester's James Maddison (£7.9m) and Crystal Palace talisman Wilfried Zaha (£7.2m) also have excellent schedules and provide mid-priced replacements, allowing managers to bring in Harry Kane (£11.4m) alongside Haaland up front.
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