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Best differentials for FPL Gameweek 13

The Premier League season continues which means the fantasy season does too. With that in mind, we provide the best differentials for FPL Gameweek 13 with the help of the Fantasy Football Scout fixture ticker and underlying stats.

Looking at the best differentials for FPL Gameweek 13 can be really useful for fantasy managers. Differentials are lowly owned players (less than 10% owned) that can help towards gaining rank and an edge over your competition.


Eberechi Eze – 3.8% Ownership

Crystal Palace have a great opportunity this week. They come up against Luton next up who sit 17th in the Premier League and have failed to keep a single clean sheet so far this season. The Hatters also rank joint second worst for headed attempts conceded, third worst for set-play attempts conceded and the worst for big chances conceded.

The above could play into the hands of midfielder Eberechi Eze (£6.1m). Eze takes his sides set pieces and penalties which gives him multiple routes to points in any given game. Since returning from injury Eze has also bagged a return in each of his matches reflecting his importance for the Crystal Palace offensive line.

Dominic Solanke – 3.5% Ownership

Bournemouth also have a fantastic fixture this week. The Cherries face Sheffield United up next and they reside 18th in the league. Along with that the Blades sit as the worst team in the division for key defensive data points like shots in the box conceded, total shots on goal conceded, shots on target conceded and headed attempts conceded.

Sheffield United are one of the the best teams to target this season which leads us onto our next pick. Leading the Bournemouth attack against Sheffield United this week is striker Dominic Solanke (£6.4m). Solanke takes his sides penalties which is a bonus but he also ranks second best amongst all forwards for penalty area touches. Solanke will have huge confidence going into the next round especially after netting twice against Newcastle in Gameweek 12.

Mohammed Kudus – 1.4% Ownership

West Ham have started the new campaign really well. The Hammers have won nearly half of their matches and racked up an impressive 21 goals. They too have a match against a promoted side this week. Burnley lay ahead and similar to the other promoted teams they have made a very poor start to their season. Defensively things are looking bleak for them too – conceding an average of 2.5 goals per game.

As we have seen recently West Ham are more than capable of finding the net and one player who could get on the score sheet this week is Mohammed Kudus (£6.5m). The injury to striker Michail Antonio will very likely make Kudus more reliable in terms of gametime. It could suggest Kudus may be under more pressure to perform. The Ghanian has proved his worth on the international and European stage. He’s also bagged two goals in his last four matches.

Simon Adingra – 1.2% Ownership

Brighton have failed to win a league game in their last six matches which could be a concern. However, the Seagulls continue to score goals – including against the likes of Aston Villa and Manchester City. What is appealing though is that they rank second best in the league for shots on target.

One of the most reliable routes into the Brighton attack at the moment looks to be Simon Adingra (£5m). The midfielder has started all five of his sides last matches in all competitions. In terms of output Adingra is also one of their most in-form attackers – scoring in each of his last three matches on the bounce.

What should we expect from Gameweek 13? Find out in this article here.

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