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GW2 Differentials: Seamus Coleman

The Scout 13 Aug 2019
Seamus Coleman

The Scout reckons Everton right-back could provide points in defence and attack at home against Watford

The Scout is selecting four overlooked players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 2 in Fantasy Premier League.

Seamus Coleman (EVE) £5.5m

The Everton right-back is owned by just 3.5 per cent of managers for his home match against Watford.

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Coleman has mainly been ignored due to the popularity of his team-mate Lucas Digne (£6.0m), who is the fifth most-selected defender in FPL, sitting in 24.6 per cent of squads.

Yet Coleman had an impressive first season under Marco Silva in 2018/19.

The Irishman produced two goals, two assists and 13 clean sheets over his 29 appearances. That helped him average 4.3 points per match.

Sturdy at the back

Everton recorded a clean sheet in last weekend’s goalless draw at Crystal Palace.

It was a continuation of their impressive run of form at the end of 2018/19.

From Gameweek 28 onwards, their tally of eight clean sheets was joint-top with Manchester City.

With his raids forward from right-back, Coleman offers big points potential at both ends of the pitch on Saturday.

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Part 2: GW2 Differentials: Gabriel Jesus
Part 3: GW2 Differentials: Pedro
Part 4: GW2 Differentials: Emiliano Buendia

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