Registering two of his three shots on target, the striker provided the Foxes’ second goal and also won two tackles in another impressive display.
SCOUT: Both Vardy & Ibrahimovic deliver goals for 22% who trusted them with the armband - Costa (10.5%) & Sanchez (9.9%) to come Wednesday pic.twitter.com/Vs0tzSTYvG— FPL (@OfficialFPL) April 4, 2017
Islam Slimani (£8.2m) claimed two bonus points, with 33 in the BPS.
The Algerian emerged from the bench to head Leicester’s opener and create four goalscoring opportunities.
Albrighton made an impact as a second-half substitute by supplying the assists for both goals.
Fuchs, meanwhile, made six recoveries and 10 clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI), helping his side to a second successive shutout.
The left-back also completed 78% of 32 attempted passes, three of which led to chances.
Second for transfers in ahead of Gameweek 31, Vardy – captained by 7.4% of FPL managers – continues to flourish under Craig Shakespeare and has five goals and two assists in his last five Gameweeks.
Both Albrighton and Slimani will be pushing for starting roles at Goodison Park.
Sunderland have failed to score in eight of their last nine Gameweeks ahead of a home encounter with Manchester United.
Jermain Defoe’s FPL stock (£7.8m) continues to decline. He is the most-sold forward since Tuesday’s deadline, with 5,700+ managers already parting company.
Yet the striker still boasted a significant threat at the King Power Stadium. His tally of six shots on goal and five shots inside the penalty area betters any striker in Gameweek 31 ahead of tonight's six matches.