The Serb is the most-bought player in both Gameweek 18 and 19, collecting over one million new owners in that period.
He is among five players with two matches selected in a best XI that lines up in a 3-4-3 formation. The Fulham forward is handed the armband, with Erling Haaland (£12.2m) named as vice-captain.
Bernd Leno (FUL) £4.5m
Fulham’s goalkeeper offers many routes to returns for his DGW19. Leno has three clean sheets, seven save points and eight bonus points in his last seven outings.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (LIV) £7.2m
Liverpool’s right-back visits Brentford on the back of his best score since Gameweek 4. Alexander-Arnold was his side’s top performer in Fantasy in the 2-1 win over Leicester City in the previous Gameweek, supplying an assist and maximum bonus to collect eight points.
Marc Cucurella (CHE) £5.2m
The wing-back can deliver points at both ends of the pitch across Chelsea’s two matches against Manchester City and Fulham. Cucurella is the second most-bought defender in the Gameweek, earning over 70,000 transfers in.
Luke Shaw (MUN) £4.9m
The Manchester United defender has blanked just once in his last eight matches ahead of a home meeting with AFC Bournemouth. Shaw combined two assists with five clean sheets and seven bonus points in that run.
Mohamed Salah (LIV) £12.9m
The Egyptian has delivered double-figure returns in each of his last two road trips. Salah amassed 27 points in matches against Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa, scoring three goals and supplying an assist.
Mason Mount (CHE) £7.6m
The midfielder is the only player to start all 10 of Graham Potter's matches in charge of Chelsea, suggesting he is unlikely to be rotated for their DGW19. Mount has delivered all three of his double-figure returns this season over those contests.
Marcus Rashford (MUN) £6.9m
The Man Utd star has three double-figure scores in his six starts at Old Trafford in 2022/23 Fantasy, including a 14-point haul in his last home outing. Rashford can take advantage of an AFC Bournemouth side who have conceded at least twice in seven of their eight away matches.
Andreas Pereira (FUL) £4.6m
A cost of just £4.6m makes the playmaker a standout source of value for Fulham's two matches. Andreas has created 41 chances this season, more than twice the total of any team-mate.
Erling Haaland (MCI) £12.2m
Manchester City’s striker averages 8.2 points per start on his travels this term. Despite playing only one match, away to Chelsea, Haaland’s huge 84 per cent ownership means he is very likely to remain the top captaincy pick.
Harry Kane (TOT) £11.6m
The Spurs star has a prolific record against his hosts Crystal Palace, totalling 45 points in his previous five thanks to five goals and two assists. Away from home in 2022/23, Kane's total of 30 shots is more than any other player.
Aleksandar Mitrovic (FUL) £7.1m
Fulham’s forward looks set to be Haaland’s main rival for the captaincy due to his DGW. When considering the armband, Mitrovic’s owners should be aware he is one booking away from a single-match ban. If he is cautioned against Leicester, he would then miss the second fixture of his Double, at home to Chelsea.