Cucho Hernández (£5.0m) wasn’t on the scoresheet in the win at Goodison Park, but looked like a dangerous attacking outlet and one to consider for this gameweek. The Colombian had the third most shots of any Watford player in the match, and provided Juraj Kucka with an assist.
It’s worth noting that Hernández’s assist came from a corner. He may be back on set-pieces this weekend, providing another opportunity for the 22-year-old to create chances. He had the most shot creating actions of any player on the day, and made the most progressive carries too. He is the second-cheapest forward at Watford, and with Dennis suspended, could be starting again in GW10.
João Pedro (£5.4m) only played for 27 minutes on Merseyside but left his mark on the game. He made three goal creating actions in that time period, more than any other player on the pitch, and played a key part in all of the goals scored while he was on. The Brazilian was perhaps unlucky not to have been awarded the assist for Joshua King’s third goal too after it deflected off Dennis.