The right-back made six clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI) and six recoveries in defence while raiding forward to supply two key passes, including the assist for Junior Stanislas' (£4.6m) goal.
As well as firing AFC Bournemouth's first equaliser, Stanislas completed 83% of his 36 passes in a 71-minute appearance to collect two bonus points.
Meanwhile, Diouf, having scored the Potters' second goal, also picked up two additional points, his first bonus points of the campaign.
Diouf top scored in the ICT Index at the Vitality Stadium with an overall score of 9.0.
The Senegalese striker recorded the highest Threat score (57), making five touches in the opposition's box – a tally matched only by team-mate Joe Allen (£4.9m) whose two shots both arrived from close-range.
Smith produced the highest Creativity score on show (32) having completed 11 passes in the final third, laying on two chances.
He has returned points in 11 of his last 15 Gameweeks, scoring 13 goals and supplying two assists in that period.
Smith's contribution again emphasised the value on offer in the Cherries camp.
He has now produced 22 ppm, trailing team-mate Charlie Daniels (£5.2m) in the defender standings but providing a cheaper alternative for the final two Gameweeks.
King, Smith and Daniels continue to present end-of-season options for FPL managers willing to overlook Double Gameweek assets.
Marko Arnautovic (£7.1m) remains the key attacking differential in the Stoke ranks.