FPL GW24 Differentials – 3 Players to watch out for

Last updated on February 8th, 2022

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What felt like the longest Game week in the history of FPL, finally is over. The Game week turned out to be quite low scoring with Watford assets disappointing us once again. The turnaround is quick and we have another deadline upon us.  In this article, we bring you 3 differential players that can help you boost your ranks. These players have low ownership, good underlying stats, and a decent fixture.

Andrew Robertson (Liverpool – Defender – £7.1m) vs LEI (H)

Liverpool have scored 58 goals in 22 Premier League matches this season and are currently the best-attacking team in the Premier League this season. While their opponents Leicester, have been quite poor defensively and offensively, and are in the bottom half for goals conceded.

Robertson has been terrific for Liverpool this season. He has scored 1 goal and provided 8 assists so far. He is also ranked 2nd for total chances created among all defenders this season. 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 4.8%. 

Michael Olise (Crystal Palace – Midfielder – £5.4m) vs NOR (A)

The Crystal Palace midfielder has been struggling this season with a lot of injuries, however has shown glimpses of his quality in the limited game-time he has under his belt. So far in 11 appearances (4 starts), Olise has scored 2 goals and provided 3 assists. 

He has also made 8 attempts on goal, 4 from inside the box, and 5 on target. He has also managed to create 9 chances and 5 big chances for his team. Olise faces a Norwich side who have been poor at the back this season. They have an xGC of 38.05 (Expected goals conceded), with only Newcastle having a worse xGC. We back Olise to do well. Current ownership is 0.2%.

Richarlison (Everton – Forward – £7.4m) vs NEW (A)

Richarlison has been quite important for Everton in the past few years and this season they have been struggling without him. With injuries hampering the Brazilian’s season, he has shown glimpses of his potential in the limited time he has been on the pitch. In 13 appearances (11 starts) this season, he has 4 goals,2 assists, 23 goal attempts, 15 shots inside the box, 4 big chances, and 51 penalty area touches. 

His recent form has improved a lot, scoring 2 goals and 1 assist in his last 5 appearances. Newcastle have conceded the second-highest goals this season and Richarlison can return against a struggling Newcastle side. His ownership is 4.1%

*Ownership percentage is as of February 7, 2022, at the time of writing the article.

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