But both Aguero and Salah have struggled on the road, scoring just one away goal apiece this season.
Mitrovic, meanwhile, is among a number of alternatives to offer very favourable home matches.
The Fulham forward has managed just one goal and one assist in his last eight Gameweek appearances.
But the appointment of Claudio Ranieri as manager of the Cottagers can revive the Serb's fortunes.
Mitrovic has hinted at a return to form, scoring in both his nation’s matches against Montenegro and Lithuania over the international break.
His underlying statistics also look very encouraging as Fulham welcome Southampton to Craven Cottage.
Mitrovic has fired 24 shots on goal in home matches, second only to the 38 of Manchester City’s Aguero.
The Frenchman has six goals in his last five Gameweek appearances.
They have produced 30 and 29 points respectively in their last four home appearances, with the former scoring for Brazil in midweek.