Sadio Mane (£11.7m) looks a great differential heading into Gameweek 38. He's sure to start given Diogo Jota (£6.9m) is injured and UEFA Champions League qualification is on the line.
He hasn't been putting away chances at his usual rate this season, but that's not going to continue indefinitely.
Jack Harrison (£5.5m) is owned by just 5.6 per cent but has registered two double-digit hauls in his last seven matches. Registering ninth among midfielders for influence in the ICT index, he could be the perfect differential.
Strong home games are where I will be focusing my attention. Leeds playing in the Premier League for the first time in front of fans since their promotion is huge. I really like Mane as a differential as well.
Look to players from teams playing for European spots. The likes of Mane, Kai Havertz (£8.3m), Michail Antonio (£6.6m) and Mason Mount (£7.3m) are great differentials and will have plenty to play for.
Leeds fans will have a chance to cheer on their team after a successful season and their players will want to put on a show. Raphinha (£5.5m) is a standout for me but Stuart Dallas (£5.4m) and Harrison are also great picks.
It hasn't quite been the Riyad Mahrez (£8.1m) version 2.0 coronation season that we'd hoped for from Said Benrahma (£5.9m), but he's coming on late and I expect David Moyes will want to create a platform for a big jump in year two.
Look for Benrahma to close out strong against Southampton.
I like the idea of targeting Manchester City players. I think Pep Guardiola will start to play his strongest team in order to get ready for the UEFA Champions League final.
Also there is a six-day gap between Gameweek 38 and the final, which is perfect preparation. Class is permanent.