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GW1 Differentials: Callum Robinson

The Scout 6 Aug 2019
Callum Robinson, Sheffield United

The Scout believes Sheffield United forward could be a big source of value in FPL after positional switch

The Scout is selecting four overlooked players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 1 in Fantasy Premier League.

Callum Robinson (SHU) £5.5m

The Sheffield United attacker is owned by only 0.5 per cent of managers for their trip to AFC Bournemouth.

Robinson produced 12 goals and three assists playing as a winger for Preston North End last season despite a hamstring injury limiting him to only 27 appearances.

His prospects have been transformed thanks to a change of role at his new club.

Moved up front for the Blades, Robinson was their joint-top scorer over the summer.

Settling in quickly

He fired four goals, level with forward Billy Sharp (£6.0m), while he also supplied an assist.

Robinson will look to extend that run against a Cherries defence that conceded six goals in their three home matches over pre-season.

At a cost of £5.5m, he could soon be a key target for managers seeking a cut-price midfielder.

Register your team before Friday's Gameweek 1 deadline at 19:00 BST

Also in this series

Part 1: GW1 Differentials: Kyle Walker-Peters
Part 2: GW1 Differentials: Chris Wood
Part 4: GW1 Differentials: Divock Origi

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