There’s plenty of FPL differentials considered from our Fantasy Football Community.
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The FPL Editor has made his predictions onFPL differentials for the opening weeks of the season. There’s some big names on this list that are currently under 5% ownership in Fantasy Premier League.
Players <5% that could be real factors by GW4
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Willian | 7.0 | 4.2%
Coleman | 5.5 | 3.8%
James | 6.0 | 3.6%
Sánchez | 7.0 | 3.6%
Giroud | 7.0 | 3.2%
Martial | 7.5 | 3.2%
Ings | 6.0 | 2.6%
Redmond | 6.5 | 2.6%
Alli | 8.5 | 2.4%
Shaw | 5.5 | 2.3%
Targett | 4.5 | 1.8%
— The Editor (@FPLEditor) July 27, 2019
Andy from Let’s Talk FPL is discussing differentials for GW1 over on his YouTube channel. There’s players from some top six sides on this list, including Manchester United’s star man and penalty taker, Paul Pogba.
📽️ New #FPL Video 📽️
Took a look at some potential differentials for your opening squad
If you're into that kind of thing…
— Andy (@LetsTalk_FPL) July 26, 2019
The FPL General has set out his five FPL differentials on the Fantasy Bet blog. It’s no surprise to see that man Pogba in there again from this Manchester United fan, plus a pair of Burnley strikers.
— FPL General (@FPLGeneral) July 25, 2019
Hindu Monkey is another FPL manager backing Burnley, with Ashley Barnes high on his agenda. There’s a convincing argument for including this striker in your squad.
BARNES 🚂 THREAD
This is a thread about why you should rip up your drafts and put Ashley Barnes in your @OfficialFPL team asap. Not because I love him. But because there is no better option. As I will now prove without any doubt. Read on, retweet and join the #barnestrain
— HinduMonkey (@HinduMonkey) July 26, 2019
Earlier this week, I joined FPL General and James Copeland on the Fantasy Weekly podcast. It was differentials that dominated the discussion, as we considered every position.
Get stuck in 👊https://t.co/Mgl18tLgGx
— Fantasy Weekly (@FantasyWeekly_) July 24, 2019
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FPL Logic has produced a popular Twitter thread of players who are going under the radar. Don’t be fooled by popularity or lack of on Twitter, compared to all FPL managers.
— FPL Logic (@FplLogic) June 30, 2019
Lonesome Pundit has produced a similar Twitter thread on differentials. Looking at ownership at the time of writing, Nick Pope could be a bargain if he is the first choice goalkeeper at Burnley.
Some players who are being overlooked in my opinion at the minute – under 5% ownership. After all anyone playing the game now is pretty serious! #FPL
Leno 4.4% – same price as keepers at Palace, West Ham – much does depend on signings
Pope 1.6% – really surprised he is so low
— Lonesome Pundit (@lonesomepundit) July 3, 2019
FPL Family have a brand new video looking at seven differentials on their Twitter channel. Felipe Anderson takes the headlines and there’s some club loyalties in play here.
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Comment below with your #JammyPick differentials for the season!
— FPL Family (Lee) (@FPLFamily) July 12, 2019
In yet another mammoth Twitter thread, the popular Don’t Take The L looks at every single Premier League team in search of differentials. There’s plenty of assets to consider here.
🚨Below is a THREAD which is about differentials in FPL and features a player from EVERY team in the Premier League! This took a while so 👍🏻 and ♻️ are hugely appreciated!
— FPDontTakeTheL (@FPDontTakeTheL) July 12, 2019
FPL Teach Mode have showcased their differentials on Twitter in this table. It’s under 3% ownership to make the shortlist and the short term fixtures are handily included too.
My latest bit of content for you all. Every FPL differential that is owned by less than 3% (and worth considering) in a tidy little list. With their price, TSB% and first 5 fixtures. If you want some differential points, look no further than these boys… #fpl pic.twitter.com/aps3YeOWbx
— FPL Teach Mode (Andy) (@FplMode) July 26, 2019
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