Wilson has emerged as the top target ahead of Saturday’s 13:30 BST deadline, bought by 47,000 on the back of his two goals and 12 points against Southampton on Sunday afternoon.
He has been the top-scoring forward in Fantasy since Double Gameweek 29, earning 54 points thanks to eight goals and an assist.
Wilson’s exploits are all the more impressive given that he started just two of Newcastle’s seven matches in that run, appearing as a substitute on five occasions.
The underlying numbers also show the striker’s prospects have not been affected by his limited pitch time.
Newcastle’s top goal threats GW29-34
|Shots in box||13||9||11||11|
|Shots on target||10||4||7||8|
Wilson's 13 shots in the box and 10 shots on target were both team-leading totals, while his eight big chances were at least double the tally of any other Magpies player.
Isak, meanwhile, has been the most secure pick of the pair, starting five of those seven matches.
Although he didn’t scale the same heights as Wilson, the Swede averaged a respectable 5.8 points per start, producing four goals and an assist.
When assessed against other regular forwards in Fantasy this season, the Newcastle forwards both fare very well for goal threat.
Best forwards for mins/goal
|Forward||Mins per goal||Goals||Minutes|
*minimum 600 minutes played
Indeed, Wilson and Isak place second and third respectively for minutes per goal in 2022/23, bettered only by the 85.4 minutes of Erling Haaland (£12.4m).
The Magpies’ win over Southampton on Sunday took their tally to 13 goals in their last three matches.
And the upcoming schedule points to more success for their key attackers.
Wilson and Isak's form has come at a time where the Magpies defence has failed to impress, with just a single clean sheet in 13 matches.
That suggests managers should instead turn to their attack and look to Wilson and Isak for big returns.