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DGW37 Differentials: Back Mykolenko for Everton's Double

The Scout 12 May 2022

Left-back is among four low-owned players tipped to shine by The Scout in Fantasy

The Scout is tipping four low-owned players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 37 in Fantasy Premier League ahead of Sunday's 10:30 BST deadline.

Vitalii Mykolenko (EVE) £4.9m, 0.8 per cent owned

The left-back has secured a regular role under Frank Lampard recently and is among only four players who have started each of Everton’s last eight matches.

Mykolenko’s output in that run highlights his potential at both ends of the pitch at home to Brentford and Crystal Palace.

The Ukrainian has combined a goal and an assist with three clean sheets and three bonus points in his previous seven, blanking only twice.

Harvey Barnes (LEI) £6.5m, 3.5%

The winger has mainly appeared as a substitute in recent Gameweeks due to Leicester City’s progress in the UEFA Europa League.

But with the Foxes having been knocked out of Europe, Barnes made a successful return to their first XI in the 3-0 win over Norwich City in midweek, supplying two assists.

Barnes has also scored once in his last two starts, totalling 20 points, and could be a handy mid-price pick against Watford and Chelsea.

Maxwel Cornet (BUR) £5.8m, 0.7%

The Ivorian could prove decisive in Burnley’s bid to avoid relegation versus Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa.

Cornet is pushing for a first-team return after scoring as a substitute in their 3-1 defeat to Villa last weekend.

That strike took his tally to eight goals in his debut campaign, at least five more than any team-mate.

Indeed, Cornet’s average of 190 minutes per goal ranks ninth among all midfielders with more than two goals this season.

Emiliano Buendia (AVL) £6.1m, 1.2%

The Argentinian made one start and one substitute appearance in Villa’s Double Gameweek 36, as Steven Gerrard rotated his attackers.

While the same can be anticipated for their DGW37 matches against Palace and Burnley, Buendia still has the form to reward managers as a cut-price route into the Villa attack.

He has amassed 19 points in his last three matches, including his season-high haul of 14 points against Burnley in DGW36. 

Also in this series

Part 1: DGW37 Kings to watch: Cash can reward new owners
Part 3: Scout Selection: Diaz form earns first inclusion
Part 4: DGW37 Captains: Back Son over Double-Gameweekers

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