The Scout is tipping four low-owned players for a breakthrough Gameweek in 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League, ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 BST deadline.
Pedro Neto (Wolves) £5.5m
Neto’s attacking prospects appear to have been boosted by the appointment of new manager Gary O’Neil over the summer.
The Portuguese’s eight shots in the box is a team-leading total, while his 13 key passes rank joint-fifth among midfielders in Fantasy.
Liverpool, meanwhile, have struggled in defence in the early stages of 2023/24, keeping only one clean sheet in their opening four matches.
Raul Jimenez (Fulham) £5.4m
Jimenez, who is in only one per cent of FPL squads, has boasted a strong all-round threat since joining from Wolves over the summer.
His seven shots, six shots in the box and two big chances created are all more than any other Fulham player.
Luton visit Craven Cottage without a clean sheet this season and have conceded nine goals in their opening three matches.
Lucas Digne (Aston Villa) £4.5m
Owned by a mere three per cent of Fantasy managers, Digne has supplied five assists in his last four appearances in all competitions, in addition to keeping two clean sheets.
That run includes a 10-point return against Everton in his last home match.
The Frenchman has created 10 chances in the first four Gameweeks, more than any other Villa player.
Dominic Solanke (AFC Bournemouth) £6.5m
Solanke has two goals, an assist and 21 points in his first four appearances under new head coach Andoni Iraola.
Meanwhile, his nine shots, seven shots in the box and six key passes are all team-leading totals this season.
That suggests he will be the Cherries’ key figure against a Chelsea side who have managed just one clean sheet in 2023/24.
Also in this series
Part 1: FPL experts: What to do with Chelsea players?
Part 2: The Scout's FPL must-haves for Gameweek 5 onwards
Part 3: The Scout’s FPL Gameweek 5 Ones to watch
Part 4: FPL long view: Target Villa, Liverpool and Luton for favourable fixtures
Part 5: FPL experts: Best club to invest in for next four Gameweeks
Part 7: How return of European football brings threat of rotation in FPL
Part 8: Which FPL stars could be rested after international duties?
Part 9: Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Gameweek 5
Part 10: Son's change of role makes him captain contender in FPL