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FDR Analysis: Time to consider Everton

The Scout 1 May 2021
Calvert-Lewin and Digne

The Scout says Toffees are among only four teams to play three matches in next two Gameweeks

A kind short-term schedule can help Everton's key players enjoy a successful end to the Fantasy Premier League season.

Everton's next three Gameweeks
GW Opponent FDR
35 WHU (A), AVL (A) 4, 3
36 SHU (H) 2
37 WOL (H) 2

The Toffees are among the eight sides to play twice in Gameweek 35, travelling to both West Ham United and Aston Villa.

Crucially, Everton are one of only four Double Gameweek 35 sides who also have a match in Gameweek 36.

Indeed, according to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), their home encounters with Sheffield United and Wolverhampton Wanderers in Gameweeks 36 and 37 respectively score only two.

Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£7.5m) has been involved in a team-leading 53 per cent of Everton's goals when selected this season.

His 27 big chances and 36 shots on target are both at least 10 more than any other Toffees' player.

Midfield differentials

Midfielders James Rodriguez (£7.7m) and Gylfi Sigurdsson (£6.9m) are the form attackers, with 23 and 22 points respectively over their last four matches.

Sigurdsson is Everton's first-choice penalty-taker and could prove a big differential with an ownership of only 2.5 per cent.

Full-back options

At the back, Seamus Coleman (£4.9m) has thrived at both ends of the pitch recently.

The right-back has combined two assists with three clean sheets in his last four outings.

Left-back Lucas Digne (£6.1m) has supplied eight assists this term, placing him second among defenders in Fantasy.

Also in this series

Part 2: GW34 FPL stats: Frustration for Kane backers
Part 3: GW34 Bonus points: Antonio returns to claim a maximum
Part 4: FPL Saturday review: Watkins in form for Double Gameweek
Part 5: GW34 Lessons: European clubs causing rotation issues
Part 6: GW34 Lessons: Red-hot Bale to shake up run-in
Part 7: Who to target from clubs still in Europe? What the experts say

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