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Differentials GW 7

Updated: Sep 12, 2022

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.............................



Adams SOU £6.4 Ownership: 1%

Our differential forward for this week is Che Adams. The Southampton striker has been quiet for a few games but he is up against a Brentford team that has only kept 1 clean sheet all season. With a home game at St Marys and some exciting looking new signings we are backing Adams to chip in with some attacking returns. Pay attention to Samuel Edozie who was a real handful on the wing in his brief 17 minute debut last game.


Sinisterra LEE £6.5 Ownership: 0.8%

2 goals in his first 2 starts for Leeds has propelled Luis Sinisterra into our differential midfielder of choice this week. He has yet to play a full 90 minutes which is a slight concern. But with 23 goals and 14 assists in 49 games across all competitions last season for Feyenoord, the young Colombian may not need the full 90 minutes to produce attacking returns when he can produce those excellent numbers. Leeds are at home on Monday and face a Notts Forest team that has leaked 14 goals in 6 games this season.


Kelly BOU £4.5 Ownership: 1.0%

Lloyd Kelly gets the nod for the GW7 differential defender spot. Bournemouth have kept 2 clean sheets out of 3 home games this season, a high flying Arsenal being the only team to have scored at Vitality Stadium. They play at home to a strong Brighton team that must be reeling from the loss of their long term and very successful manager Graeme Potter who left for Chelsea today. Kelly has produced 2 assists already this season and with Solanke back and firing we are hoping Kelly can produce some attacking return in addition to a possible clean sheet.


Fabianski WHU £5.0 Ownership: 1.0%

It's always tough to pick a differential goalkeeper but we are going to go with Fabianski at the back this week. West Ham have only kept 1 clean sheet in the league this season and are up against a bullish Newcastle side this weekend. However West Ham are at home and have made a couple of decent signings in defense and attack over the transfer window. We expect West Ham to dig deep and keep it tight at the back at home this weekend, and with any luck hopefully Fabianski can make a few saves to add some points if he doesn't manage to keep a clean sheet against the Magpies. At just 1% ownership, let's hope he saves a penalty or 2...........

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