Danny Ings (£5.6m) has been one of the key forwards for goal threat in Fantasy Premier League, according to the ICT Index.
After playing just 262 minutes for Liverpool last season, scoring one goal and providing one assist, Ings has already earned more pitch time in Southampton’s first four Gameweeks.
Ings has played 271 minutes, starting each of Southampton’s last three matches.
Ings has averaged a shot every 19.4 minutes.
Indeed, Ings is ranked in the top four for both Creativity and Threat among forwards, a feat matched only by Aguero.
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Mitrovic is second to Aguero with an ICT Threat score of 227.0.
The Fulham forward has four goals to return 29 points in the first four Gameweeks and his nine shots on target are more than any other forward.
Callum Wilson (£6.2m) has also emerged as an early-season source of FPL points.
The AFC Bournemouth forward has supplied two goals and three assists.
Wilson is top both for his 14 shots inside the penalty area and for his six big chances, a situation where the player receiving the pass is expected to score.
Wilson also has a kind run of upcoming opponents to continue his form.
Four of AFC Bournemouth’s next six matches score just two in the Fixture Difficulty Ranking (FDR).
Part 1: ICT Index: Set-pieces make Holebas No 1
Part 2: ICT Index: Alonso goal threat on the up
Part 3: ICT Index: Fraser big on creativity
Part 4: ICT Index: Goal threat from Salah on a high
Part 5: ICT Index: Aguero an all-round threat in Fantasy