Assuming you already have Harry Kane – and if you don’t, get him – cover the rest of Tottenham’s attack with Son. It’s a double gameweek for Spurs, who travel to Everton and host Southampton. Both fixtures are favourable.
Iheanacho’s form is hard to ignore and supported by the underlying numbers, plus he is about to embark on a kind run of fixtures. West Bromwich Albion have improved of late but it is worth investing in Leicester for the games to follow too.
Injury concerns in United’s front line should see Greenwood play regularly between now and the end of the season. After a disappointing year in front of goal, the teenager is starting to rediscover form and is classed as a midfielder, meaning an extra point for every goal.
Along with Iheanacho, the form pick that everyone is talking about. Will Lingard’s scoring last? Probably not, but the numbers are decent enough considering his price bracket and Newcastle’s defence can be obliging.
The Wolves defence appears to have potential between now and the end of the season. Conor Coady is the cheapest pick but Saiss has traditionally carried greater attacking threat and could be worth the extra outlay.
Harry Kane, no question. There’s an argument for Son Heung-min but Kane has penalties in his locker and arguably more routes to goal.
Single gameweek players like Bruno Fernandes and Mohamed Salah have the potential to score well but your best bet of a haul is backing those who have a double.
There are two obvious ports of call for clean sheets this week.
Manchester United will be confident of keeping Burnley out at Old Trafford, even though Sean Dyche’s side have shown more attacking intent than usual recently.
Wolves are still unpredictable but should have enough to shut down Sheffield United at Molineux. Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Leicester are all contenders, too.
Leno; Shaw, Alexander-Arnold, Saiss; Son, Salah, Fernandes, Greenwood, Lingard; Kane, Iheanacho.