The Scout is selecting five Fantasy Premier League players set to make an impact in Gameweek 27.
Stoke City's new full-back was a low-key signing in the January transfer window but, in FPL terms, Bauer can make his mark.
Before his arrival from Rubin Kazan, there was no assured starter in the Stoke defence priced at £4.5m or lower.
Bauer has not only changed that, he has made a big impression on the pitch.
The Austrian has produced six chances and six successful crosses in four matches. No other FPL defender can better either of these tallies over the same period.
Bauer's raids down the right can be a factor against Brighton & Hove Albion, who visit the bet365 Stadium in Gameweek 27.
Over the last four Gameweeks, Brighton have conceded 44 crosses down the left side of their defence. Only Southampton, with 50 crosses, have conceded more.
Bauer's hopes of collecting a clean sheet on Saturday have improved markedly thanks to the work on the Stoke defence by new manager Paul Lambert.
Prior to Lambert's arrival Stoke were conceding 2.7 big chances, or gilt-edged opportunities, per match.
This has since dropped to an average of just 1.0 over his three matches at the helm.
As a result, Stoke have claimed two clean sheets under Lambert, the same number they recorded in their previous 23 matches.
Brighton could struggle to breach this new resilience.
Chris Hughton's attack have failed to score in six of their last seven away matches.
Having flown under the radar until now, a big score for Bauer in Gameweek 27 would reveal him as one of the more essential new arrivals in Fantasy.