A visit from Cardiff City can raise the potential of Sead Kolasinac (£4.9m) in Fantasy Premier League.
The Arsenal defender has supplied at least six points in each of his last four home appearances.
Owned by only 4.6 per cent of FPL managers, Kolasinac produced two assists, two clean sheets and five bonus points in those fixtures.
He is one of five Ones to watch selected by The Scout for Gameweek 24.
The attacking left-back has been one of the standout creators in defence in recent months.
Since his first start in Gameweek 11, Kolasinac’s total of 21 key passes is bettered only by the 28 of Lucas Digne (£5.3m) in defence.
Cardiff travel to Emirates Stadium having scored just six away goals this season, fewer than any other side.
More than 56,000 managers have bought Chelsea’s new signing for the trip to AFC Bournemouth.
Higuain could be set for his first Premier League start, after making his debut in the FA Cup against Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend.
And AFC Bournemouth’s defensive record suggests he could be in for a successful league debut. They have conceded 14 goals in the last five Gameweeks.
The early return of Son Heung-min (£8.6m) from the Asian Cup has boosted Tottenham Hotspur's attacking options ahead of Wednesday night's visit from Watford.
But in the continued absence of Harry Kane (£12.5m) and Dele Alli (£8.9m), Llorente is still expected to lead the line against the Hornets.
The Spaniard produced six shots inside the penalty area over the last two Gameweeks, second only to the eight of Paul Pogba (£8.7m).
The Manchester United defender offers points potential at both ends of the pitch at home to Burnley.
Young’s total of four chances created against Brighton & Hove Albion in Gameweek 23 was joint-top among defenders.
Burnley travel across Lancashire to Old Trafford having scored only nine away goals this season.
Crystal Palace go to Southampton in excellent scoring form, with 10 goals in their last four away matches.
Milivojevic has been a key factor in that run, producing three goals and an assist in his past five road trips.
Having beaten Spurs in the FA Cup yesterday, Roy Hodgson’s side have the form to get more goals at St Mary’s.
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