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Best differentials on unlimited transfers

Premier League Fantasy football is back! We pick out some of the best differentials on unlimited transfers. With the help of the Fantasy Football Scout members area, we can utilise its excellent underlying stats to help us.

Looking at some of the best differentials on unlimited transfers can really benefit fantasy managers. Selecting lowly owned players within our fantasy teams can help get ahead of the competition if they perform.

Luke Shaw

Manchester United are becoming increasingly stronger under their new manager. Results are improving and the reds sit fifth in the Premier League table because of that. They face Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Bournemouth in the next three matches, three of the worst attacks in the league.

Not only are his next three fixtures fantastic, but Luke Shaw also has great clean sheet potential. The left back is £4.8m and can be considered as a budget player, so will help enable the more pricier options within our squads.

Luke Shaw was fantastic in the World Cup. The Englishman secured three clean sheets and also created an assist. His assist potential is significant and amongst all defenders in the league, Shaw is joint third for big chances created in the last six matches. With great fixtures and in top form, Shaw could be one of the best differentials moving forward.

Rodrigo

Leeds may play Man City in Gameweek 17, but after that they don’t face another tough fixture on the official fixture difficulty rating system for another eight matches after that. Rodrigo (£6.3m) has made huge contributions towards their goals this campaign.

The midfielder ran riot in his first three matches of the season, securing 35 points, scoring four goals and creating one assist. Unfortunately an injury dampened that great run of form. However, since his return and increasing minutes, Rodrigo has picked up an impressive 33 points in his last four games, consisting of five goals and bonus points.

Mason Mount

Chelsea’s fixtures have started to perk the interest of FPL managers around the world. They face Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest in the next two Gameweeks, two teams who have been defensively poor this season. In addition, the blues also have a double Gameweek ahead.

Finding a Chelsea attacker can be difficult due to rotation but Mason Mount seems to be a mainstay in the starting 11. As well as taking set pieces, the midfielder has proven to be explosive in the past. An example of this is when Mount secured back-to-back double-digit hauls in Gameweek 10 and 11.

Andy Robertson

Liverpool have had a turbulent season and that is apparent in their defensive record. Although struggling at the back, the reds have been one of the strongest teams in the league over the last few seasons, so the potential is clearly there.

The Liverpool full backs have been fantastic over the years and have huge potential going into any given match. Amongst all defenders this season, Andy Robertson (£6.8m) is fifth for crosses, joint third for successful crosses, joint fourth for chances created and joint fourth for big chances created.

Liverpool don’t face a tough fixture on the official fixture difficulty rating system until Gameweek 29 against Man City. Robertson has the fixtures to perform and if Liverpool can improve at the back, we could see the Scotsman back to his best.


How did FPL players perform at the World Cup? Check out our article here.

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