The Freddie Ljungberg era at Arsenal began on Sunday with a less-than-ideal draw at Norwich but there were at least two goals for Aubameyang.
Along with Jamie Vardy, Aubameyang appears to be the outstanding captain choice this week with Brighton visiting the Emirates.
It took a while, but Zaha scored his first goals of the season over the last two gameweeks and is coming into form at just the right time.
The festive fixture list has been relatively kind to Crystal Palace, starting with a visit from Bournemouth and a trip to Watford at the weekend.
If there is one thing Ings has lacked over the years, it is consistency. The same cannot be said now though after three goals in three games.
Norwich’s leaky defence travels to St Mary’s for a six-pointer this week and Ings will be looking to maintain his promising form.
Maddison is already a popular fantasy pick and it is easy to see why, with him rivalling Kevin de Bruyne for creativity over the last few weeks.
Leicester welcome Watford to the King Power on Wednesday night and will be confident of another victory in their budding title challenge.
Nick Pope had a weekend to forget and Burnley’s fixtures are taking a turn for the worse, so could it be time for a change from the template goalkeeper?
You could do worse than Sheffield United’s Henderson, who has five clean sheets to his name already and a favourable run of fixtures coming up.
Honourable mentions: Vicente Guaita, Martin Kelly, John Lundstram, Dele Alli, Jamie Vardy