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GW36 Differentials: Benteke can continue goal run

The Scout 14 May 2021

Crystal Palace striker tipped for more success as The Scout backs four low-owned gems

The Scout is selecting four overlooked players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 36 in Fantasy Premier League.

Christian Benteke (CRY) £5.5m, 1.3% owned
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The Crystal Palace’ striker rewarded his owners in Double Gameweek 35 by scoring in both his matches against Sheffield United and Southampton, totalling 15 points.

And the underlying numbers suggest the Belgian can get more goals at home against Aston Villa on Sunday.

His 14 shots in the box are more than any other player in Fantasy over the last four Gameweeks.

Raphinha (LEE) £5.4m, 5.2% owned
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The Leeds United winger returned to action with an assist as a substitute in the 3-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.

Raphinha now looks poised for a recall to the starting XI against a Burnley side who have managed just a single clean sheet in 10 attempts at Turf Moor. 

Since making his first start of the season in Gameweek 9, his total of 57 chances created is at least 20 more than any team-mate.

Indeed, Raphinha's six goals and eight assists in 23 appearances suggests he could even prove a handy option for the Gameweek 36 captaincy.

Dele Alli (TOT) £7.4m, 0.6% owned
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The midfielder has started both of Spurs’ matches in the Premier League since Ryan Mason took charge.

Alli has been quick to make an impact, providing the assist for Son Heung-min’s (£9.5m) goal against Leeds last weekend.

At a cost of just £7.4m, he offers a mid-price route into the Spurs attack against a Wolverhampton Wanderers side who have conceded six goals in their last three matches.

Danny Welbeck (BHA) £5.5m, 0.8% owned
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A home encounter with West Ham United looks encouraging for the striker’s prospects this weekend.

Welbeck produced a goal, an assist and 12 points in his previous appearance at Amex Stadium. 

And when selected, he has been involved in a team-leading 53 per cent of Brighton's goals this term.

The Hammers, meanwhile, have struggled in defence recently and are without a clean sheet in eight successive matches.

Next: GW36 Kings to watch: Bamford to reward new backers

Also in this series

Part 1: GW36 Captains: Calvert-Lewin can challenge Spurs trio
Part 2: Who to captain in GW36? What the experts say
Part 4: GW36 Kings to watch: Bamford to reward new backers
Part 5: Scout Selection: Dallas picked in Leeds triple-up

Remember, the Gameweek 36 deadline is at 18:30 BST on Friday 14 May.

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