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EPL GW-13: Best FPL Differentials

Time to make up some ground

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After skipping a weekend, it's time for FPL managers to get back into the game. Start analyzing player performances and planning your strategies again so you can make moves before this Saturday’s deadline. The break is nearly done – let the FPL games begin!

Eberechi Eze (£6.1m, LUT vs CRY )

Ownership: 3.8%

Eberechi Eze's return to full fitness brings a wave of excitement for FPL managers. As a key player for Palace, he takes charge of set pieces and penalties. He scored and provided an assist in his last two games. Priced at £6.1m, owned by just 3.5% of managers, and with Crystal Palace having promising upcoming fixtures, Eze stands out as a top acquisition target for GW-13.


Abdoulaye Doucouré (£5.5m, EVE vs MUN )

Ownership: 0.7%

He has scored four goals and provided two assists this season, which is impressive considering the expected goals of 5.4. Although not known for big, explosive performances, he has achieved over 120 points in two prior seasons. So although he is a consistent points earner and has the highest expected goal involvement among all Everton players, don't expect many double-digit hauls.


Cole Palmer ( £5.2m, NEW vs CHE)

Ownership: 8.0%

Palmer is emerging as the next big thing in FPL, displaying impressive consistency. His ownership has steadily risen to 8.0%. While some may argue he's merely benefiting from taking Chelsea penalties, his form has notably improved with each game. The energy he brings to the field is unmatched, and considering Chelsea’s upcoming fixtures after the Newcastle game, you might find it hard to pass on him.


Harry Maguire ( £4.3m, EVE vs MUN)

Ownership: 2.2%

Some may doubt him, thinking "Here we go again", but Maguire seems to be playing well. Two clean sheets in a row has really boosted his confidence. Even though Man United hasn't been scoring well, the defense has been strong. Maguire is a reliable option for those looking for something different in defense.


Dominic Solanke ( £6.4m, SHU vs BOU )

Ownership: 3.5%

Bournemouth striker Solanke has been inconsistent, his form rapidly shifting between hot and cold. Despite this, he has been a key contributor to Bournemouth's goals this season, tallying six goals plus an assist. The upcoming three fixtures against Sheffield United, Aston Villa, and Crystal Palace look favorable for him to shine.

Do you have any differentials in your team? Do you plan to acquire any I’ve listed here? Are there others you have an eye on? Please log in and share your thoughts in the comments!