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GW10 Ones to watch: Neal Maupay

The Scout 22 Oct 2019
Neal Maupay, Brighton

The Scout says Brighton's summer signing has produced more shots on goal than any other FPL forward in last four Gameweeks

The Scout is tipping five players to produce big points in Gameweek 10 of Fantasy Premier League.

Neal Maupay (BHA) £6.0m

The Brighton & Hove Albion striker will be looking to continue his impressive scoring run at the Amex Stadium against Everton this weekend.

Maupay, signed from Brentford in the summer, has netted in each of his last two home matches, against Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.

And he continues to be a major goal threat too. His 16 shots in the last four Gameweeks, compared with a total of 10 in the first five weeks, is more than any other forward in FPL.

Maupay inspires Brighton v Spurs

Maupay's 12 shots inside the penalty area place the 23-year-old joint-third among all players, only one behind Tammy Abraham (£7.8m) and Danny Ings (£5.9m).

The Frenchman will be relishing the prospect of facing an Everton side who have struggled for resilience on the road.

Marco Silva's men have conceded in each of their previous three away matches and last kept a clean sheet away from home on the opening weekend of 2019/20.

Finding top form

Although Maupay scored only once over Gameweeks 6-9, this is not a true reflection of his improving goal threat.

His underlying statistics also stack up favourably against his Seagulls' team-mates in the last four Gameweeks.

Apart from the eight shots in the box of Aaron Connolly (£4.5m), no other Brighton player has managed more than three.

Maupay looks the man most likely to profit from any defensive frailties shown by Everton, offering FPL managers a cut-price source of goals this weekend.

Also in this series

Part 2: GW10 Ones to watch: James Ward-Prowse
Part 3: GW10 Ones to watch: Anthony Martial
Part 4: GW10 Ones to watch: Chris Wood
Part 5: GW10 Ones to watch: Alexandre Lacazette

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