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Differentials GW 14

In this feature we scout for players with low ownership but the potential of returns in the coming fixtures. We picked 1 per position this week............................

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Calvert-Lewin EVE £7.9 Ownership: 0.5%

Our differential forward for this week is Dominic Calvert-Lewin. The Everton forward has endured several long term injuries over the last season and a half, but has got himself back to fitness again and started Everton's last 2 game. He looked close to his best in the last game, scored a goal and claimed 2 bonus points. He is up against a Fulham side this weekend that are strong going forward but vulnerable at the back, so we are backing Calvert-Lewin to get on the scoresheet again and reward the 0.5% of owners that have faith in him.


Adama WOL £5.5 Ownership: 0.3%

Look who has found his way back into an underperforming Wolves side and has started the last 5 games, racking up a goal and an assist. At 0.3% ownership Traore is a strong differential and although Wolves are finding it really hard to score goals, he is playing a Brentford team that has a leaky defence. At his best Adama is hard to stop (Barcelona saw enough to take him on a somewhat unsuccessful loan last season) and we are hoping he can come up with some attacking returns this week.


Tomiyasu ARS £4.2 Ownership: 0.9%

From starting the season coming back from injury Tomiyasu has played a bit part role for Arsenal but has been a consistent starter over their last 3 Premier League games - on both the left and right side of defence. He is a slight rotation risk but a differential is seldom perfect. He is great value too after his slow start saw his price drop and he has a strong run of fixtures coming up. He faces bottom of the table Nottingham Forest on Sunday at the Emirates.


Bazunu SOU £4.5 Ownership: 0.7%

Always a tough position to pick as a differential as there are only limited options. This week we have gone for Southampton's Gavin Bazunu, who is surprisingly less owned than Southampton's back 'keeper Wily Caballero which must be due to his lower, other asset enabling price. Southampton have only kept 1 measly clean sheet all season, but they face a Palace team not at their best and their performance against Arsenal last game showed there is some grit in this team's defence as they did well to keep the Arsenal forwards at bay for most of the game.

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