We take a look at some of the best differentials for FPL Gameweek 32. With the help of the Fantasy Football Scout members area, we can use its underlying stats and fixture difficulty rating system to help us pick out some of the best players with low ownership for the round ahead.
Looking at the best differentials for FPL Gameweek 32 can be very beneficial to FPL managers in their quest to reaching their goals. Differentials are also vital to those that are looking to get ahead of their competition or gain rank.
Liverpool sit first on the fixture ticker for Gameweek 32. They face Nottingham Forest in the round ahead. Amongst all teams in the league this season the promoted side rank joint second worst for goals conceded (54), third worst for shots in the box conceded (295) and the fourth worst for big chances conceded (69).
Nottingham Forest are a team to target and Liverpool are maintaining some of the best attacking data in the league. Whilst many back Mohamed Salah some could choose to go differential with Cody Gakpo (£7.6m). The midfielder seems to be settling in an against a poor Nottingham Forest defence, could have huge potential.
West Ham may be struggling near the lower end of the table but they have a great fixture ahead. They face the worst defence in the league this week. An example of Bournemouth’s poor defensive form is the fact that amongst all teams they rank the worst for goals conceded (57), the worst for shots in the box conceded (326) and second worst for shots on target conceded (157).
The standout option in the Hammers offensive line is Jarrod Bowen (£8m). The winger has just 3% ownership in the game. Bowen’s recent form is something to highlight as in his last six league games he has picked up three returns. With a fantastic fixture ahead, Bowen could have huge potential.
Fulham have had a tough time getting a positive result lately losing their last five matches in all competitions. A fixture against Leeds next up could help turn their form around. In the last six Gameweeks Leeds rank the worst for goals conceded (15), joint worst for shots in the box conceded (70) and the worst for big chances conceded (21).
Leeds are conceding some poor defensive data lately and one player could take advantage of that. Andreas Pereira (£4.3m) has proven to be one of the best enablers in the game this campaign hitting 11 returns already. Andreas plays in an advanced role, takes set pieces and is on penalty duty so has multiple routes to points.
We have already seen that Nottingham Forest have been poor defensively this season. The same can be said for their offensive line. In fact this season they rank joint second worst for goals scored (24), second worst for attempts on goal (301), the worst for shots in the box (187) and the worst for big chances total (35).
Taking into account Nottingham Forest’s poor attacking numbers, Liverpool have potential to keep the clean sheet. Although that is the case Andrew Robertson (£6.8m) offers more than clean sheet potential. This season amongst all defenders Robertson ranks third for chances created (40) and big chances created (nine).
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