After yielding 19 FPL points on his start back from injury in Gameweek 28, Watford midfielder Ismaila Sarr (£6.3m) could not follow up his heroics from that win over Liverpool, not registering a single attacking return in the Hornets' 1-0 loss against Crystal Palace in Gameweek 29. It was a similar story for West Ham's Jarrod Bowen (£6.5m), who after opening his account for the club in Gameweek 28, failed to make the same impact away at Arsenal last weekend as the relegation threatened Hammers went down 1-0 at the Emirates Stadium.
Gameweek 30 sees Sarr's Watford welcome Leicester to Vicarage Road, whilst Bowen's West Ham host Wolves the day after. Despite Bowen not scoring against the Gunners last weekend he looked a big threat, hitting the post from distance. With Wolves facing Europa League commitments three days before, they may not be at their best against West Ham and this could see Bowen benefit here with the Hammers needing the win for the sake of their Premier League survival hopes.
Verdict: Jarrod Bowen