His next fixture is against an AFC Bournemouth defence who arrive at Anfield with just a single clean sheet from their last 20 Gameweeks.
He has averaged 9.5 points per match at Anfield, while nine of his 15 starts in home matches have produced a double-figure score.
There is an alternative captain pick for managers looking to profit from Man Utd's two fixtures, against West Bromwich Albion and AFC Bournemouth.
Alexis Sanchez (£11.5m) is owned by only 3.6 per cent of managers. Yet he has supplied 24 points in the last two Gameweeks with a goal, three assists and five bonus points.
Tottenham Hotspur have three midfielders worth considering.
The second-most bought midfielder for Gameweek 34, Eriksen has supplied 32 points in Spurs’ last four matches. Alli and Son can better that with 37 and 38 points respectively.
Of the two, Vardy is the form player, having scored in seven of the last nine Gameweeks.
But Mahrez appears the more likely to deliver a big score. The Algerian has a goal or assist in 11 of his last 16 starts and leads Vardy by five double-figure returns to one.