Felipe Anderson’s (£7.2m) recent run of goals earns him a place in The Scout’s best XI for Gameweek 16 of Fantasy Premier League.
Four of his five strikes for West Ham United have been scored in the last five Gameweeks.
A major target for FPL managers this week, the West Ham goalkeeper has earned over 35,000 transfers in for the home match with Palace. Fabianski has supplied 17 points in the last two Gameweeks.
The Everton centre-half is expected to return to the starting XI for the visit of Watford, after being rested in midweek. Keane has 29 points in his last four home appearances, while his 20 shots inside the penalty area rank top among defenders.
His midweek strike against Newcastle means he has three goals and two double-figure returns in his last three home matches. Richarlison faces a Watford defence with just one clean sheet on their travels.
The Egyptian visits an AFC Bournemouth side who have lost four of their last five matches. Away from home, Salah’s totals of 28 shots and 12 shots on target both place second among all players.
An explosive source of points for West Ham, Anderson has produced three sets of double-figure hauls this season.
The most-bought player in the Gameweek, the Arsenal striker has earned over 316,000 transfers in for the home match with Huddersfield. Aubameyang has eight goals and two assists in the last eight Gameweeks.
Tottenham Hotspur’s top scorer has found the net in four of the last five Gameweeks. Kane has an outstanding record against his hosts, Leicester City, with seven goals in their last three Premier League meetings.
The Wolves striker travels travels to St James’ Park to face a Newcastle defence who have mustered one clean sheet in eight home matches. Jimenez is in fine form, with two goals and three assists in the last five Gameweeks.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): The front three should score goals, with two premium options in Aubameyang and Kane. However, don’t forget about Raheem Sterling (£11.5m). He will be looking to exploit Marcos Alonso (£7.1m) down the right and could score well despite a tricky fixture on paper.
Ash (@FPLHints): Jimenez could be a diamond in the rough and an almost default replacement for the injured Marko Arnautovic (£7.1m). Bellerin's presence in the team doesn't resonate well with me as Arsenal have struggled for clean sheets.
Mark McGettigan (@FPLGeneral): I’m surprised there are no Man City attackers. Despite a tricky fixture, I expect them to score two or three goals. I would have included Sterling after his rest in midweek.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily): It’s a big mistake to not include any Man City players. They’ve conceded only one goal away from home all season and face a Chelsea side who have looked out of sorts in recent weeks.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily): I really like the three forwards. All three have good fixtures and could bring in big returns. Anderson, with the Arnautovic injury, has become an even more attractive FPL asset.
Ben McNair (@drbenmcnair) With Salah and Kane likely to see reduced minutes ahead of crunch midweek European matches, I‘d prefer to see Sterling in the picks. He is in superb form, rested last time out and his opponents, Chelsea, are struggling for form.
Part 1: GW16 Ones to watch: Back Lacazette to start and star
Part 2: GW16 Differentials: Andone can extend scoring run
Part 3: GW16 Captains: Aubameyang to reward new owners
Part 5: GW16 Team news: Salah and Sterling set for recalls