The 2-0 victory at Newcastle United on Saturday was Leicester's second consecutive win in the league.
That sets them up for a very favourable run of opponents that can benefit their key players.
Only one of their next eight matches scores more than three in the Fixture Difficulty Ranking (FDR).
|8||EVE (H)||2||12||BUR (H)||2|
|9||ARS (A)||4||13||BHA (A)||3|
|10||WHU (H)||2||14||WAT (H)||3|
|11||CAR (A)||2||15||FUL (A)||2|
James Maddison (£6.9m) has been the go-to Leicester option since the start of the season, having been bought by over 853,000 managers, almost three times the total of any team-mate.
His assist against Newcastle for Harry Maguire (£5.5m) means he has produced a goal or an assist in five of the last six Gameweeks.
The summer signing from Norwich City is Leicester's top-scoring player on 40 points and his underlying statistics show why.
Maddison's totals of 15 shots and 15 chances created are more than any team-mate.
His delivery from set-plays is boosting the potential of Maguire, who headed in Maddison's corner at St James' Park, to produce 18 points in Gameweek 7.
Maguire has two goals in 2018/19, equalling his totals in each of the last two seasons.
Chilwell's 38 crosses from open play are more than any other player in FPL, while Pereira was not a right-back but a right wing in Claude Puel's 4-2-3-1 formation at St James' Park.
Jamie Vardy (£8.9m) remains a powerful differential up front.
Last season’s second top-scoring FPL forward has scored in back-to-back matches, totalling 19 points.
Owned by only 4.5 per cent, Vardy can also appeal as a captaincy option if he can take advantage of Leicester's kind run.