Below are 5 differentials I have picked out for you (Sub 10%) for the upcoming DGW. All stats are taken from FFHub.
Ederson (£6.0m ; 6% TSB)
On his return to the team after testing positive with Covid, Ederson kept a clean sheet against Brighton. Since GW10, he has kept 6 clean sheets in 7 games and with two home fixtures against Crystal Palace and Aston Villa, in the best defence in the league, it’s hard to look past Ederson for the keeper slot.
Craig Dawson (£4.5m ; 0.1% TSB)
Every DGW has a hero pop out of no where, could he be the man? Since replacing Balbuena in the starting 11, West Ham have kept back to back clean sheets. Dawson scored in the FA Cup game and has been known to pop up with a goal every now and then. Against Burnley and West Brom, and for just £4.5m, you never know!
Ilkay Gündoğan (£5.5m ; 2.6% TSB)
Gundogan has 3 goals in 5 appearances in the league and using the FFHub members area, for all midfielders under £9m since GW13, he is 2nd for xG and also registered 12 shots, 4 big chances and 9 key passes in that period. He could be a nice cheap differential way into a City side with a favourable run of fixtures coming up.
Christian Pulisic (£8.2m ; 2.3% TSB)
Pulsiic has now started the last 5 league games for Chelsea and looks nailed. A double game week with Fulham and Leicester could be the types of fixtures that suit Chelsea and get them back on track, especially with Ziyech back in the team, which will only benefit the likes of Pulisic.
Michail Antonio (£6.2m ; 4.3% TSB)
Yes, it’s a risk, but it’s a risk with huge potential upside. Back from injury, he played 90 mins in the FA Cup and is up against Burnley and West Brom in the double game week. West Ham had one of the toughest runs to start the season, but Antonio scored 3 in the first 6. If he can get his sharpness backache could be a great pick for the double, and is someone I’m likely bringing in to my own team!
Let me know if you pick any of these in your team. Which differentials are you backing to rise up the ranks? Good luck!