The Scout runs the rule over players ranked highly over the last four Gameweeks in the ICT Index.
The Index helps Fantasy Premier League managers look beyond points to determine players' values as FPL assets through their Influence, Creativity and Threat.
The Arsenal right-back was the standout defender for ICT Threat over the last four Gameweeks.
|Player||ICT Threat||Shots||Shots in box||Goals|
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Bellerin's seven shots were joint-top among defenders during that period.
And, although the Arsenal right-back failed to score, four of his shots were from inside the penalty area.
Assessed against his early-season showings, Bellerin's eye for goal has improved.
He managed only five shots, three from inside the penalty area, in the opening eight matches.
The Spaniard's creativity has also made a big impact in the first 12 Gameweeks.
Bellerin’s four assists have already matched his total from last term.
This indicates his potential for attacking returns has stepped up since the appointment of Unai Emery as head coach.
However, the Gunners' immediate schedule suggests interest in Bellerin is likely to cool.
But from Gameweek 16, investment in Arsenal's key players can pay off.
|16||HUD (H)||2||19||BHA (A)||3|
|17||SOU (A)||2||20||LIV (A)||5|
|18||BUR (H)||2||21||FUL (H)||2|
Four of their subsequent six opponents score only two in the Fixture Difficulty Rankings (FDR).
That could promote Bellerin as a big-hitting differential in defence, with only 10.5 per cent ownership in Fantasy.
Part 1: ICT Analysis: Digne influence growing
Part 3: ICT Analysis: Assists raising Fraser value
Part 4: ICT Analysis: Paterson shining after role switch
Part 5: ICT Analysis: Success a cut-price creator
Part 6: ICT Analysis: Run of starts boosts Morata