After explaining why now could be the time to play your Fantasy Premier League Wildcard, The Scout reviews, position by position, the players to consider, starting with goalkeepers.
The Pole has two clean sheets and 14 points, and has the fixtures to soar to the top of the standings.
For those worried about clean sheets, Fabianski promises points from saves when he concedes.
He made the most stops in 2014/15, ranked second the next season and third in 2016/17.
The Terriers No 1 is the top-scoring goalkeeper after three successive clean sheets.
Huddersfield Town have some tough opponents to come, but Lossl can be effective when alternated with another goalkeeper according to fixture difficulty, such as AFC Bournemouth’s Asmir Begovic (£4.5m).
After claiming two clean sheets to go second to Lossl in the standings, fixtures remain key to the Southampton goalkeeper's appeal.
Forster has five home matches over the next eight Gameweeks, with seven of his opponents scoring two or less in the FDR.
Last season’s top-scoring goalkeeper remains under the radar on seven points.
But Heaton excelled at home in 2016/17 and his next five opponents at Turf Moor all score two or less in the FDR.
Managers can rely on Heaton for points from saves in his tougher away matches.
He ranked top for stops (146) last season, which helped him score 21 bonus points, a record for an FPL goalkeeper within a single campaign.