Scoring 54 in the Bonus Points System (BPS), the Saints custodian made eight saves – including a second-half penalty stop – and 15 recoveries in the Anfield stalemate.
He contributed 11 clearances, blocks and interceptions (CBI), made 10 recoveries and won two tackles, in addition to completing 78% of 57 attempted passes.
The Liverpool defender registered 11 CBIs, made six recoveries and was successful with 91% of his 61 passes.
Stephens produced eight CBIs, recorded 10 recoveries and won two tackles.
Utilised at left-back once again, the FPL midfielder top scored for both Threat (47) and Creativity (37).
Milner fired two of his three shots from inside the penalty area and completed three of nine attempted crosses, creating two scoring chances.
Brought in by just 15,000+ ahead of Sunday's victory, Forster's 16-points ensures that he is already the latest goalkeeper to excel over a Double Gameweek.
Meanwhile, Stephens continues to offer outstanding value in defence, having been snapped up by 66,000+ FPL managers for Southampton's two Gameweek 36 fixtures.
The Saints have now chalked up four clean sheets in their last seven Gameweeks, with Stephens collecting bonus points each time.
With two home matches remaining, and a trip to Middlesbrough as part of Double Gameweek 37, he is the fourth most-bought defender since Friday’s deadline.
The top two Southampton targets ahead of Gameweek 36, the pair were acquired by over 108,000 and 67,000 FPL managers respectively.
But Gabbiadini was replaced on 68 minutes after failing to find the net for the fifth successive outing, while Redmond was used from the bench for a second time in three matches.
But with just two fixtures remaining, and with 10 sides still to play three times, FPL managers have been moving Liverpool assets out of their squads.
As a result, Coutinho and team-mate Roberto Firmino (£8.7m) are ranked among the top three midfielders for sales ahead of Friday's 6.45pm Gameweek 37 deadline.