A new cut-price goalkeeper has emerged for Fantasy Premier League managers in Gameweek 38.
Most notably, he intends to rest David De Gea (£5.9m) for the first time this season.
De Gea's clean sheet at West Ham United was his 18th of 2017/18 and earned him the Golden Glove award.
Owned by 45.3 per cent, he is the second-most popular player in FPL.
Managers who have the Spaniard in their squad must now ensure they have a starting back-up option, or go without a goalkeeper in their Gameweek 38 line-up.
Romero is one back-up target.
He made only two starts in 2016/17 but scored 23 points over those matches.
And on Sunday he will be up against a Watford side with only two goals from their last 11 away matches.
Chris Smalling (£5.7m) could also earn a rest after starting Man Utd's last 15 matches.
But Mourinho's plans in attack present FPL managers with a handful of differentials.
Raheem Sterling (£9.1m) could punish more than 27,000 FPL managers who have sold him ahead of Gameweek 38.
He is the second-most transferred-out midfielder after being rested for a midweek match with Brighton & Hove Albion.
But Sterling is now expected to return to the teamsheet as the champions visit a Southampton side with two clean sheets in their last 17 home matches.
He has produced double-figure returns in three of his last four Gameweek appearances.
Alexandre Lacazette (£10.3m) is another player set to earn a recall.
Lacazette's return could mean a move to the left wing for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£10.7m).
Having returned 23 points as the top-scoring player in Gameweek 37, Aubameyang has been bought by over 60,000, more than any forward.
Both dropped out of the midweek line-up to face Huddersfield Town, appearing off the bench in the second half.
Giroud’s record against the Magpies make him an ideal final-day differential.
He has eight goals and two assists over his nine Premier League appearances against them.