The Scout is tipping four players to produce big points in Gameweek 35 of 2022/23 Fantasy Premier League ahead of Saturday's 13:30 BST deadline.
Jamie Vardy (LEI) £9.1m
Vardy has been a huge influence since Dean Smith took charge.
He has delivered returns in three of their four matches under the new manager, including the last three in a row, scoring twice and supplying an assist to collect 17 points.
Morgan Gibbs-White (NFO) £5.5m
The midfielder is Nottingham Forest’s top performer in home encounters this season, collecting 78 points thanks to three goals and seven assists.
His all-round style of playe suggests Gibbs-White could be a key player in a crucial contest with bottom-three rivals Southampton.
His 38 key passes and 32 shots place first and second respectively in matches at the City Ground this season.
Julian Alvarez (MCI) £6.0m
The Argentinian's recent form suggests he could be worth the risk as a double-up option alongside Erling Haaland (£12.4m) for Manchester City’s home meeting with Leeds United.
Alvarez has produced a double-figure return in three of his last four starts, including a 12-point haul at Fulham last weekend.
With the first leg of their UEFA Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid next week, Pep Guardiola could rotate some of his regulars on Saturday and allow Alvarez another chance to impress.
Luis Diaz (LIV) £7.8m
Liverpool’s Colombian made an instant impact upon his return to the starting XI last weekend.
After a long spell on the sidelines with injury, Diaz scored and earned 10 points in the Reds’ 4-3 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
Although he also started against Fulham on Wednesday, Diaz continues to have his minutes managed and was withdrawn around the hour-mark for the second match in succession.
That looks encouraging for his chances of another outing in the Liverpool XI at home to Brentford on Saturday.
Callum Wilson (NEW) £7.0m
The Newcastle United forward is the most-bought player in the Gameweek, earning 92,000 new owners after scoring twice in each of his last two outings.
Despite starting only two of his side’s last seven matches, Wilson is the top-scoring forward in Fantasy from Gameweek 29 onwards.
He has earned 54 points across that period, producing eight goals and an assist.
Wilson looks well placed to continue his goal run against an Arsenal side who have struggled on their travels in defence recently, conceding eight goals across their last three road trips.