FPL GW15 Differentials – The Game Changers


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14 Game weeks are now behind us and the top 3 teams are performing in another league of their own. We are in the busiest period of the season with rotation a big factor. Some popular players are still a doubt whereas some long-term absentees are about to be back.  In this article, we bring you 3 differentials picks who can help you boost your rank during this important period.  

Tariq Lamptey (Brighton – Defender – £4.4m) vs SOU (A)

Since his comeback from a long injury, Lamptey has been terrific for Brighton. He is playing almost as a winger and creating tons of chances. In GW13, he created the most chances among all defenders (5), and last week against West Ham he came on as a substitute and assisted a goal.

He also kept 2 clean sheets in the last 3 matches and has a total of 18 points in the last 3 GWs. Their opponents, Southampton have conceded more chances from the left flank this season where Lamptey operates. The prospect of attacking returns along with a clean sheet makes him an explosive option for our FPL teams. His current ownership is 1.5%.

Andrew Robertson (Liverpool – Defender – £7.0m) vs WOL (A)

Liverpool have scored 43 goals in 14 Premier League matches this season and are currently the best-attacking team in the Premier League. They have also scored 2+ goals in every match since GW3. Whereas, their opponents have just scored 12 goals this season. We back Liverpool to get a clean sheet against Wolves.

Robertson didn’t have the best of starts this season but has been terrific for Liverpool in the past few weeks. He has had 3 assists in the last 2 matches and has created the most chances among all players in the last 2 GWs. With Liverpool scoring tons of goals and with a real possibility for a clean sheet, Robertson looks like the perfect differential to have. His current ownership is 2.2%

Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa – Forward – £7.4m) vs LEI (H)

Since the arrival of Steven Gerrard, Villa have been playing tremendously well registering 2 wins and 1 loss in 3 matches. Whereas, Leicester are without a clean sheet in their last 14 away Premier League games and have conceded 10 goals in the last 5 Premier League matches.

Ollie Watkins is the top goal scorer for Villa this season. He has scored 4 goals and had 25 goal attempts, 12 shots on target, and 5 big chances this season. He has also created 8 chances for his team. We back Watkins to return against a struggling Leicester side. His ownership is 3.8%,

*Ownership percentage is as of December 03, 2021, at the time of writing the article.

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