We need to stay on our toes as games are coming thick and fast now. Below we give you some scarcely-owned players that could help turn the tides for you in this congested week.
Be brave: To the bold go the spoils.
Willian (FUL vs WHU)
Ownership - 0.7%
Fulham has been on fire lately, scoring three or more goals in each of their last three matches. One man has been at the centre of it all. With 21 points over his last three games, Willian has found form at the right time. This weekend the Cottagers will look to exploit West Ham’s inconsistency, which could result in another handsome reward for the Brazilian.
Mohammed Kudus (FUL VS WHU)
There’s always that one player in your Fantasy Premier League team who never performs when you own him, right? Well, Kudus was that guy for me. As soon as I sold him, he started banging in returns. Classic!
But seriously, Kudus is proving he deserves a spot in our FPL squads. He has started six in a row, notching two goals, three assists, and 34 points over that span. With Bowen out, Kudus was West Ham’s main man, and he should continue to be a linchpin of the Hammers’ attack.
Pascal Gross (BHA VS BUR)
I’ve had my eye on him for a while, and it was a pain to watch without owning him as he dazzled against Nottingham Forest and Brentford. Brighton’s been on a scoring streak, hitting the net in their last nine EPL games, and their last 13 across all competitions.
Trouble is, it can be like playing detective to figure out which Seagull is gonna bring in the points. But Gross is the conductor behind Brighton’s symphony—dishing out killer passes, putting the ball in risky spots, and taking shots at goal. With Burnley up next, I’m thinking it’s gonna be an entertaining show, and Gross should be right in the thick of it.
Matheus Cunha ( WOL VS NFO)
Slowly but surely he is accumulating decent number of points; the chart say it all.
Wolves have rippled the net in every EPL game since Gameweek 2. Seems like owning one of their players is a smart move, no matter who they’re up against. Matheus Cunha’s been killing it with 8 goals and 2 assists for Wolves this season, and next up is Nottingham Forest. Watch out!
Gabriel Martineli (AST vs ARS)
Martinelli’s been flying under the radar lately, his recent lack of production explaining why not many FPL managers have him in their teams. But he roared back to life with a goal against Luton Town, and with Aston Villa up next, here’s his shot to declare his full return to fantasy relevancy. The guy’s still going at defenders like there’s no tomorrow — Keep an eye on him!
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