Gabriel Jesus (£9.3m) bagged just an assist in 90 minutes of action for Man City against Burnley in a match they dominated from minute 1 and scored five goals. The Brazilian should really have made more of that match and despite a second easy fixture for City here he could well be utilised in the midweek match against Porto to make room for a different forward this weekend.
Jesus might be a good risk versus other FPL Forwards, but Harry Kane (£10.9m) should be at the forefront of managers’ thinking in this home fixture against North London rivals Arsenal. Kane has scored in four of the last five Premier League matches against the Gunners and has an excellent record in matches against other London clubs. The FPL’s top-scoring Forward should link up well with the overall highest scoring player, Heung-Min Son, against a questionable Arsenal side this weekend.
Verdict: Harry Kane