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GW21 Differentials: Lucas fresh for Watford trip

The Scout 31 Dec 2021
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Spurs winger set to return to starting XI and is among four low-owned players tipped for success

The Scout is tipping four low-owned players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 21 in Fantasy Premier League ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 GMT deadline.

Lucas Moura (TOT) £6.5m, 4.0 per cent owned

A visit to Watford gives Lucas the chance to continue his strong recent form in Gameweek 21.

The Brazilian has thrived under Tottenham Hotspur’s new head coach Antonio Conte, scoring two goals and supplying three assists in five starts.

He has averaged 7.4 points per match when named in Spurs' starting line-up under Conte.

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Having only come on as a substitute against Southampton in midweek, Moura looks set to start at Vicarage Road this weekend.

The Hornets are without a clean sheet all season, conceding nine goals in their last three at home.

Neal Maupay (BHA) £6.5m, 5.9 per cent

The Brighton & Hove Albion striker has stepped up his output recently, scoring in three of his last four matches.

Maupay produced 11 shots and nine shots in the penalty area during that run, both team-leading totals.

The Frenchman can thrive against an Everton side who have struggled in defence and are without a clean sheet in their last six attempts.

The Toffees have conceded at least four goals in two of their last four matches at Goodison Park.

James Ward-Prowse (SOU) £6.3m, 2.7 per cent

The Southampton midfielder goes into his home match against Brentford in his most prolific form of the campaign.

Ward-Prowse has scored against Crystal Palace, West Ham United and Spurs in his last three matches, totalling 31 points. 

The Bees, meanwhile, have a poor defensive record in recent away matches.

They have conceded at least twice in each of their previous five away trips.

Joe Gelhardt (LEE) £4.6m, 3.0 per cent

The Leeds United forward offers a handy solution for managers who prefer to play a 3-5-2 formation.

Gelhardt has scored against Chelsea and earned an assist against Arsenal in Leeds’ last three matches.

He is at home to a Burnley side who have struggled on their travels this term. Away from home, the Clarets have conceded a league-leading 119 shots in the box.

Also in this series

Part 1: GW21 Kings to watch: De Bruyne back to his best
Part 3: GW21 Captains: Antonio and Bowen can star in Double Gameweek
Part 4: Scout Selection: Gray tipped for Double Gameweek joy
Part 5: Bowen among the best DGW21 picks 

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