Sitting in only 11.7% of squads, the Senegal international is the Reds' fourth-most popular pick.
But Mane can outscore them all.
His average of 5.8 points per match (ppm) was more than any Liverpool player last term. It bettered Mane's two seasons at Southampton, which produced 4.3ppm and 4.6ppm.
Despite missing the final eight Gameweeks due to a knee injury, he was the Reds’ joint-top scorer with Coutinho on 13 goals apiece.
However, Mane was far more clinical and converted 22.8% of his chances to the Brazilian’s 12.3%.
A consistent points scorer, Mane never went more than two Gameweek appearances without scoring in 2016/17.
Recently recovered from injury, he has made an immediate impact on Liverpool’s attack.
Mane supplied an assist against Hertha Berlin in his first start of pre-season, then followed that with the opener in a 3-0 win over Bayern Munich.
Set to feature on the wing in manager Jurgen Klopp’s 4-3-3 formation, Mane can also play through the middle should the Reds use a midfield diamond.
The opening schedule suggests he could start strongly, too.
If Mane can match his FPL scoring rate from his first season on Merseyside, he will not remain in the shadow of his team-mates for long.
Reminder - GW1 deadline is Friday 11 August, 18:45 BST