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GW34 Differentials: Werner can get more goals

The Scout 21 Apr 2022
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Chelsea forward has 23 points in last two Gameweeks and is among four low-owned players backed for success

The Scout is tipping four players for a breakout Gameweek in Fantasy Premier League ahead of the deadline at 11:00 BST on Saturday 23 April.

Timo Werner (CHE) £8.6m, 2.5 per cent owned

The Chelsea attacker has profited from a recent return to the first XI, starting each of their last five matches.

Werner has collected 23 points in Chelsea's last two outings against Southampton and Arsenal, scoring three goals and supplying an assist. 

Chelsea are set for a busy upcoming schedule, playing twice in two of the next three rounds of fixtures.

That includes a Double Gameweek 34 against both West Ham United and Manchester United

Bryan Mbeumo (BRE) £5.2m, 1.8%

At a cost of just £5.2m, Brentford's Frenchman offers managers major value at home to Tottenham Hotspur.  

Mbeumo has proven a key figure in the Bees’ run of five wins in their last six matches. He has scored once and supplied four assists in the last four Gameweeks, totalling 29 points. 

His 12 shots, 10 shots in the box and six shots on target in that run rank among the top two midfielders in Fantasy.

Eddie Nketiah (ARS) £5.4m, 0.5%

The forward started both Arsenal’s DGW33 matches after Alexandre Lacazette (£8.3m) was sidelined through illness.

Nketiah seized his opportunity, scoring twice in Arsenal's 4-2 win at Chelsea last time out to collect 13 points. 

Although Lacazette is available for selection again, the Frenchman's run of one goal in his last 11 starts suggests Nketiah is more likely to lead the line at home to Man Utd this weekend. 

Anthony Elanga (MUN) £4.8m, 0.7%

Man Utd's winger produced two assists and 12 points from their DGW33 matches with Norwich City and Liverpool

Elanga’s improving form suggests he can again reward managers who are looking to invest in the Red Devils’ attack for their DGW34 against Arsenal and Chelsea.

Man Utd also have a favourable run of upcoming opponents, with each of their final three matches scoring just two in the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR).

Also in this series

Part 1: GW34 Kings to watch: De Bruyne tipped for more home joy
Part 3: Scout Selection: James part of Chelsea triple-up
Part 4: GW34 Captains: Salah and De Bruyne can rival DGW stars

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