In addition to his goal and a clean sheet - Watford’s first since Gameweek 21 – Britos contributed 13 clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI) and won two tackles to score 45 in the Bonus Points System (BPS).
GW30 Top Point Scorers— FPL (@OfficialFPL) April 3, 2017
15 - Simpson (£4.8m) & Britos (£4.3m)
13 - Coutinho (£8.2m)
12 - Mustafi (£5.2m)
How many of them did you have? pic.twitter.com/2DSsfZb7vE
Craig Cathcart (£4.3m), who provided the assist for Britos's winner, picked up two bonus points thanks to a BPS tally of 39.
The Northern Ireland international also benefitted from registering seven CBI, two successful tackles and a pair of key passes.
Jose Holebas (£4.6m) made it a clean sweep for the Watford defence.
Recalled to the starting line-up, Holebas made four recoveries, won three tackles and produced an open-play cross to claim the remaining bonus point.
A goal and two assists from his last seven appearances makes Britos as a real set-piece threat for the Hornets.
With four of Watford’s next six matches scoring a Fixture Difficulty Ranking (FDR) of two, he presents a differential and alternative to Holebas as an FPL option at the back.
Having been rested Deeney will be expected to return for Tuesday night’s Gameweek 31 encounter with West Bromwich Albion.
The 23.9%-owned forward failed to produce a single touch in the Watford penalty box or a shot on goal at Vicarage Road.
More than 15,000 FPL managers have sold Defoe ahead of Gameweek 31, with the striker having missed training on Sunday ahead of a testing trip to a resurgent Leicester City in Gameweek 31.