We take a look at some of the best differentials in FPL Gameweek 24. 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 in FPL Gameweek 24 can be very beneficial to FPL managers in their quest to reaching their goals. Differentials can be vital to those that are looking to get ahead of their competition or gain rank.
Below we can see teams with the best fixtures at the top, all of the way down to teams with the worst fixtures at the bottom.
Brighton have been in great scoring form late. In the last six matches they rank third for goals scored (13), second for big chances total (22) and second for shots on target (38) so investing in their attack could be hugely beneficial for managers.
They face a Fulham side who rank fourth worst for shots on target conceded (30) and second worst for attempts from set plays conceded (35). They also rank the worst team in the league this season for big chances total (67).
Targeting Fulham this week could hold plenty of potential for a Brighton attacker. One player who could be considered is Solly March (£5.1m). The midfielder has banked a huge four double-digit hauls in his last seven matches, reflecting great explosiveness in FPL. He also ranks fourth for non penalty expected goal involvement (3.91) amongst all midfielders in the last six games.
Chelsea are becoming increasingly appealing as their new signings gel together. In the last six matches they rank amongst the best six teams for attempts on goal (85), shots in the box (62), big chances total (17) and shots on target (27).
The Blues face a struggling Southampton side in Gameweek 24. The Saints have failed to keep a single clean sheet in their last six matches whilst also conceding two or more goals in half of those same games. Targeting Southampton could be a wise decision.
One of Chelsea’s new signings is Joao Felix (£7.5m). Piecing together the Chelsea attack, Felix has already impressed fans and looks to be their most dangerous player. In his previous league game he bagged nine points consisting of a goal and bonus.
Brentford rank joint fourth for goals scored (11) and joint second for goals scored in the box (four) in their last six matches, reflecting great scoring form. They face a Crystal Palace side who rank the worst team in the league for shots in the box conceded (71), the worst for shots on target conceded (36) and the third worst for big chances conceded (32).
Other than the obvious pick Ivan Toney (£7.6m), many could back fellow striker Bryan Mbeumo (£5.8m). Mbeumo has been an exciting watch over the last several weeks and has also managed to bank two double-digit hauls in his last five matches.
Liverpool have been struggling to maintain consistency all season. However, their assets are becoming increasingly appealing ahead of their double Gameweek. They face a match against Newcastle this week. Although strong, Newcastle have failed to convert in half of their last six matches. This indicates bluntness in front of goal.
Defenders are becoming increasingly unreliable in FPL. For that reason there is room within our squads for a new signing at the back. Andrew Robertson (£6.8m) has bags of attacking potential. Amongst all defenders he ranks fourth for crosses, successful crosses, chances created and big chances created this season.
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