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EPL GW-15 FPL Differentials

The short turn-around means we need to make choices quickly.

Dejan Kulusevski - Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League
Kulusevski had a much needed breakthrough game and is a differential option.
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I hope you paid attention to last week’s differentials, as there were some gems named in that piece. Indeed, I’m still looking at most players on that list for this week.

We don’t have much time to rest, as games get going again on Tuesday. So let’s get right to GW-15’s differential picks.


Caoimhin Kelleher - Goalie - £3.9 - SHU vs LIV

Ownership 1.5%

It was a rough outing for the fill-in keeper, but Sheffield United is EPL’s rock-bottom side, and honestly they deserve to be there. Kelleher is cheap and there is a high probability of a clean sheet here for Liverpool. I’m looking at Konate too, as Matip came off injured. I wish I knew how Klopp was going to rotate, as there are lots of differential (but risky) options here. Just keep in mind that Kelleher will be demoted back to the bench as soon as Alisson passes fit, which is expected to be after the next 2-3 games.

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Dejan Kulusevski - Midfielder - £7.0 - TOT vs WHU

Ownership 1.9%

Spurs needed a game to show they could still compete, and they sure proved that against Man City. Kulusevski looked dangerous against the Sky Blues, scoring and assisting, and really he could have had more. Tottenham is going to keep attacking, and then attack some more. His contributions to the quality result should help build his confidence.

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Gabriel Martinelli - Midfielder - £7.8 - LUT vs ARS

Ownership 7.2%

Martinelli has had a quiet spell, which helps explain his relatively low ownership. But the matchup against 17th place Luton Town provides another chance for him to get back on track. He still is going at defenders aggressively, so that goal is going to come.

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Cunha - Forward - £5.5 - WOL vs BUR

Ownership 1.8%

Cunha has scored in two games in a row, plus he had an assist in the game before that. That’s a strong stretch for any player. Burnley got a big win last time out, but it was against lowly Sheffield United. Wolves will have the clear advantage here. Burnley concedes on the road, and Wolves will be ready to pounce.


There are lots of differential options out there, and some great match-ups this week. Who else is on your watch-list? I’m checking injury, suspensions, and rotation rumors before clicking save. Have caveats to add? Please log in and comment below!

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