Our gameweek 35 ones to watch produced mixed results, as one player scored big, while two failed to deliver any additional points for us. Here are your gameweek 36 ones to watch:
Cedric (Southampton, £4.7million)
The Portuguese full-back is a budget option for any team. At just £4.7million, he offers promise at both ends of the pitch, as the Saints have kept two clean sheets in their last three games and Cedric has also delivered two assists.
A home game this weekend with south coast rivals, then a doubleheader against Everton and Swansea are not the hardest games in the world. The Euro 2016 winner could well prove to be a bargain buy.
Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace, £6.9million)
Zaha was one of our ones to watch last week but failed to produce. However, he could have had a penalty kick in last weekend’s draw with Watford. The Ivory Coast international has still got three goals in his last three top-flight appearances, despite the blank against the Hornets.
The winger has been playing as a striker in recent weeks. That means the visit of mid-table Leicester to Selhurst Park this weekend presents a good opportunity for the former Manchester United star to add to goal tally this season.
Kenedy (Newcastle, £4.8million)
The on-loan Brazilian winger has impressed in his time with the Magpies. The youngster has blanked in his last three games, but his stats belie the fact that he has looked dangerous and have the capacity to deliver big for Rafa Benitez’s side.
Prior to his three blanks, the Chelsea loanee had scored twice and produced an assist in his previous two games. With the Magpies in decent form and bottom club West Brom coming to town this weekend, Kenedy could very well return to the points.
Who will be the FPL ones to watch in gameweek 36?