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GW35+ Differentials: Keita to profit against Burnley

The Scout 10 Jul 2020

Liverpool midfielder has provided an assist in each of last two matches and is among four low-owned players backed by The Scout

A recent run of starts for Liverpool has boosted the prospects of Naby Keita (£5.8m) in Fantasy Premier League.

The midfielder has been named in Jurgen Klopp's starting XI in the last two Gameweeks, supplying assists against Aston Villa and Brighton & Hove Albion.

The underlying numbers show why Keita has stepped up his output in FPL.

The Guinean has created six chances in that period, more than any team-mate.

Keita is among four Differentials named by The Scout ahead of Saturday’s 11:30 BST deadline for Gameweek 35+.

Naby Keita (LIV) £5.8m, TSB 0.3%

His total of three big chances created in the last two Gameweeks ranks second among FPL midfielders.

Tomas Soucek (WHU) £4.8m, TSB 0.2%

The West Ham United midfielder visits Norwich City on the back of goals against Chelsea and Newcastle United over the last three Gameweeks.

Soucek can get more points against a Canaries defence who have conceded seven goals in their previous three encounters.

Eric Garcia (MCI) £4.5m, TSB 0.6%

At a cost of just £4.5m, the centre-back offers a cut-price route into the Manchester City defence against Brighton.

Garcia looks set for a third start in four matches after being rested against Newcastle in midweek.

Danny Welbeck (WAT) £5.8m, TSB 0.2%

His spectacular winner against Norwich provided a huge boost in Watford’s bid to secure Premier League safety.

Full of confidence, Welbeck can punish a Newcastle defence who have managed a single clean sheet in their last nine away matches.

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Part 1: GW35+ Ones to watch: Back Jesus for more goals
Part 3: GW35+ Captains: Fernandes aiming for top spot
Part 4: Scout Selection: Rested Mane backed to deliver

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