The Brazilian has scored 101 in the BPS over the season, more than any other forward.
Firmino’s creativity has been key. He has recorded two assists, with six key passes and two big chances created, more than any other FPL forward in all cases.
Salah was caught offside twice and missed two big chances to score 39 in the BPS.
Mane has scored in each of his three Gameweeks but has yet to be awarded a bonus point.
Moreno completed more passes (64) than any other Liverpool player and won six of his eight attempted tackles to score 40 in the BPS.
The Spaniard has made and won more tackles (11 and nine) than any other defender this season.
Gomez, pictured top, bettered Moreno with a BPS score of 42 after supplying an assist, two key passes and winning three of his six tackles.
The centre-back ranks second to Eric Bailly (£6.1m) in the overall BPS standings (92 vs 88).
However, Bailly’s tally has benefited from his goal at Swansea City in Gameweek 2.
The underlying statistics show Jones to be outperforming his team-mate across key metrics.
He has recorded more clearances, blocks and interceptions (29 v 21).
He also boasts a higher pass completion (94% v 86%) and has committed fewer fouls (one v four).
The right-back claimed two bonus points from the 0-0 draw with Southampton, after delivering three open play crosses and five key passes to score 30 in the BPS.
Smith produced 10 assists in the Championship in 2016/17, averaging a key pass every 71 minutes.