Michael Keane (£5.1m) claimed two bonus points, with the Burnley centre-back registering a BPS tally of 31 after contributing 17 clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI) and winning two tackles in the Clarets' 10th clean sheet of the campaign.
George Boyd (£5.1m) collected the final bonus point, having supplied the assist for Burnley’s second goal. The midfielder also won five tackles and made four recoveries, helping him finish with a BPS total of 30.
Vokes recorded eight touches in the Palace penalty area and fired in four shots, all from close range.
Palace winger Andros Townsend (£5.8m) registered 58 for Creativity, the highest tally in Saturday’s match, after supplying five successful crosses and creating three goalscoring chances.
A 14-point haul for Benteke over those matches softened his single-point return against Burnley, but Zaha’s second successive one-point score came as a major blow to his 16.4% ownership.
Unsurprisingly, Zaha and Benteke are being ditched from FPL squads.
Benteke has lost more than 28,000 owners, despite six goals and an assist over his last seven Gameweeks.
Burnley’s victory boosts confidence ahead of three remaining matches that all score two in the Fixture Difficulty Rankings (FDR).
Barnes' budget price-tag can help to preserve end-of-season funds and 7,000+ managers have drafted him in since Saturday, ranking him seventh for transfers-in among FPL forwards.