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GW32 Differentials: Mateta can maintain prolific form

The Scout 7 Apr 2022

Crystal Palace forward is tipped among four low-owned players who are primed for a big haul

The Scout is tipping four low-owned players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 32 in Fantasy Premier League ahead of the deadline at 18:30 BST on Friday 8 April.

Jean-Philippe Mateta (CRY) £5.2m, 1.2 per cent owned

The Crystal Palace forward visits Leicester City in his most prolific form of 2021/22, scoring in four of his last seven matches across all competitions.

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Mateta has netted against Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers in each of the Eagles' last two road trips, amassing 16 points.

His nine shots and five shots on target over the last four Gameweeks both rank top for Palace, while his eight shots in the box are at least double the total of any team-mate.

Kelechi Iheanacho (LEI) £7.0m, 2.9%

Iheanacho appears to have secured a regular role for Leicester, having started the last three matches in the absence of injured forward Jamie Vardy (£10.3m).

The Nigerian scored his first goal since Gameweek 19 last weekend as Leicester drew 1-1 at Manchester United.

He has already enjoyed a successful meeting with Palace earlier this season, scoring and earning nine points in Gameweek 7.

Nuno Tavares (ARS) £4.3m, 0.3%

The Portuguese left-back is expected to start Arsenal’s home match against Brighton & Hove Albion as Kieran Tierney (£5.1m) has suffered a season-ending injury.

Tavares has proven a reliable source of returns when named in the first XI at Emirates Stadium this term.

He has averaged 6.3 points per home start, combining an assist with two clean sheets and two bonus points over three appearances.

Jack Harrison (LEE) £5.5m, 1.4%

Leeds United’s winger has stepped up his output ahead of a crucial contest against relegation rivals Watford.

Harrison has scored in back-to-back matches against Wolves and Southampton, totalling 17 points. 

He offers a strong all-round option against a Watford side who have conceded at least three goals in three of their last four home matches.

Harrison’s five shots on target and 10 key passes both put him top for Leeds under new head coach Jesse Marsch.

Also in this series

Part 1: GW32 Kings to watch: Bowen backed for another big haul
Part 3: Scout Selection: Maddison can reward new backers
Part 4: GW32 Captains: Kane the best alternative to Salah

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