DEFENDER: Hector Bellerin – £4.7m (Home v Swansea)
With a Double Gameweek on the horizon and an extremely strong end of the season which looks set to set them up for the FA Cup final at the end of the month, Arsenal are flying heading into their Monday night fixture with Swansea.
Flying is also a good description for their quicksilver full-back Hector Bellerin, who has broken through into the first team this season and looks set to nail down his place in the side as the campaign draws to a close.
MIDFIELDER: Tom Cleverley – £5.2m (Home v West Ham)
It isn’t just Christian Benteke who has been inspired by the arrival of Tim Sherwood at Aston Villa, with midfielder Tom Cleverley scoring in his last two matches and bouncing into this weekend’s home clash with Aston Villa in the finest of form.
It is another game that Villa can win as they edge closer to survival, and in Cleverley – who has been unfairly criticised in the past – they have a player who’ll be doing his utmost to make that happen.
FORWARD: Leonardo Ulloa – £5.0m (Home v Southampton)
Leicester’s Argentinean forward Leonardo Ulloa is back in fashion after scoring three times during his side’s terrific recent run, and he can keep that form up as he takes on a Southampton side whose season is stalling a little and who have developed a worrying habit of losing games on the road recently.
West Brom, Everton, Stoke and Sunderland have all beaten the Saints on their own grounds in the past few weeks, and the Foxes and Ulloa will be confident of following suit.
THE OUTSIDER: Mesut Ozil – £8.9m (Home v Swansea)
Only 3.7% of Fantasy bosses own Arsenal’s talented German Mesut Ozil, making him comfortably eligible for our outsider status at a time when he has found some terrific form.
Admittedly that form doesn’t always translate into fantasy points, but with Chelsea having already won the league and perhaps dropping off in performance a little, Ozil could make a good alternative for the likes of Cesc Fabregas – especially with the Gunners’ Double Gameweek approaching next time around.
THE CAPTAIN: Sergio Aguero – £12.7m (Home v QPR)
He once scored a pretty famous end of season goal against QPR at the Etihad Stadium, but with Manchester City having missed out on the title the only damage that Sergio Aguero can do on Sunday is relegate QPR.
He’ll probably do that, too, with his late season burst of form featuring five goals in four matches as he prepares for a summer linking up with Lionel Messi at the Copa America.