Differentials for the next five Gameweeks

FPL Partridge

With key FPL assets not always performing consistently, FPL Partridge has picked out some key differentials for the next five Gameweeks.

Bryan Mbeumo (2.9% ownership)

A seemingly obvious pick based on how popular he is on FPL Twitter, but the Brentford midfielder is in fact in just 2.9% of FPL teams.

He’s recorded 13 shots in the box so far this season and has hit the woodwork six times.
Brentford are top of the FFS Season Ticker over the next five Gameweeks and at £5.5m Mbeumo seems both a tremendous bargain and an excellent differential.

Jarrod Bowen (1% ownership)

With four returns in his last four Gameweeks, the West Ham midfielder is firmly on the differential radar, currently in just 1% of FPL teams.

Over the last four Gameweeks Bowen has recorded 10 shots in the box, which is more than Harry Kane and Sadio Mane (6 each) and just four fewer than Mo Salah (14)
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Kelechi Iheanacho (2.5% ownership)

After an unpredictable start to the season from Leicester, performances have picked up since Iheanacho return to the side.

We saw what the forward was capable of last season when he scored 11 goals from Gameweek 26 onwards, and with three returns in his last three games, he could easily build on that.

Callum Wilson (1% ownership)

The Newcastle forward has recorded a shot inside the box every 40.1 minutes this season which is comparable to Romelu Lukaku on 38.5.

When on the pitch 75% of Newcastle’s goals have either been scored or assisted by Wilson.
With a buzz around the club Newcastle could see an upturn in form and Wilson is highly likely to be involved in any goals they score.

Harry Kane (5.1% ownership)

Another obvious pick maybe but we don’t often have the opportunity to own Harry Kane at such a low ownership.
Over the last four Gameweeks the Spurs forward has taken 15 shots (3rd overall) with 7 on target (3rd overall).

He faces West Ham next and famously loves scoring in London derbies, followed by Man Utd who just conceded four to Leicester. Now that he’s off the mark for goals this season, he could easily hit a run of form.

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