The Premier League season is well underway and some fantasy football favourites are already beginning to emerge after impressive early points hauls.
This campaign has see the emergence of high-scoring left-backs with Benjamin Mendy, Marcos Alonso, Andrew Robertson and Jose Holebas all earning big returns.
However, there are plenty of other options all over the pitch for managers looking to gain ground on their mini-league rivals.
Manchester United are slowly clicking into gear and now could be the time to invest in their attacking assets ahead of favourable fixtures.
Romelu Lukaku is the stand-out candidate ahead of their clash with Wolves, although an injury to Sergio Aguero highlights the potential of Gabriel Jesus at rivals City.
Liverpool and Chelsea players also make our watchlist of top tips ahead of GW6, although any injuries picked up in the Champions League could scupper plans.
Everton winger Richarlison is available against Arsenal after serving his suspension, while Leroy Sane earned his first start of the season last time out.
Express Sport have identified some of the best players to keep an eye on ahead of GW6, but who will you sign?
GK: Marcus Bettinelli (Fulham) – £4.4m
Was in good form despite Man City’s 3-0 win at the weekend, making six saves and securing his spot at first-choice for the Cottagers.
DEF: Diego Rico (Bournemouth) – £4.5m
The Spanish left-back arrived at the Vitality Stadium for a hefty £13million in the summer and looks a real prospect.
Charlie Daniels’ fitness problems have opened the door, and the Cherries’ good run of fixtures could make him worth a gamble.
DEF: Jonny Evans (Leicester City) – £4.9m
Wes Morgan was shown a controversial red card during Leicester’s meltdown against Bournemouth and Evans is expected to step into the breach for the visit of Huddersfield.
DEF: Joe Gomez (Liverpool) – £5.0m
The young centre-back has established himself alongside Virgil van Dijk in the absence of Dejan Lovren and should retain his spot at home to Southampton.
However, any injuries in the Champions League clash against Paris Saint-Germain could cause Jurgen Klopp to change his plans.
MID: Willian (Chelsea) – £7.4m
The Brazilian has played second fiddle to Pedro so far this season due to fatigue following international duty.
However, his Spanish team-mate was wasteful against Cardiff while Willian picked up a goal and an assist off the bench.
MID: Leroy Sane (Manchester City) – £9.2m
Sane was handed his first start of the season against Fulham and didn’t disappoint, scoring inside two minutes.
The German should have even more joy away at Cardiff.
MID: Richarlison (Everton) – £6.6m
Richarlison has been paying the price for a straight red card but is now available for Everton’s next match against Arsenal and should come straight back into the team.
FWD: Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United) – £11.0m
Lukaku took his tally up to four goals for the season with his bundled finish against Watford and now embarks on a favourable run of fixtures, starting at home to Wolves.
FWD: Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) – £10.4m
Sergio Aguero was withdrawn after 53 minutes against Fulham with an apparent ankle injury, providing Gabriel Jesus with an opportunity to impress.
FWD: Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) – £7.0m
The Palace frontman returned from injury with a bang against Huddersfield, scoring the winner in a cagey affair at the John Smith’s Stadium.
More goals could be on the cards at home to struggling Newcastle.
— With assistance by Ben Pringle at express