Fantasy Premier League managers may come to regret ditching Eden Hazard (£10.9m) for the final Gameweeks of the season, says former world champion Simon March.
In the last two weeks, almost half a million managers have sold the Chelsea player despite him being one of only four men to have broken the 200-point barrier in FPL this season.
And with Hazard returning 39 points from the last four Gameweeks, March warns that managers have maybe sold him too early, with possible returns to come in the next fixtures against Manchester United and Watford.
"The fact that he hasn't featured in the last couple of Double Gameweeks has probably counted against him but going forward he's a fantastic differential," March, the 2014/15 winner, says on the latest FPL Show.
"I wouldn't say necessarily most of the time that Man Utd away is a great fixture but Hazard does have a great record against them and they are looking defensively frail at the moment."
And according to March, Chelsea's home match with Watford in Gameweek 37 gives Hazard's owners the chance to use a late-season chip.
"It's a potential Triple-Captain option," he says.