More than a quarter of a million Fantasy Premier League managers have already sold Ivan Toney (£7.5m) after he was suspended for Gameweek 15.
Brentford then face a daunting match at Manchester City in GW16, which should prompt many more to sell Toney, who was the third-most selected forward in Fantasy until the mass sales dropped him below Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.9m) on Sunday.
Managers will be given unlimited transfers ahead of Gameweek 17, starting on Boxing Day, when the Premier League returns after the break for the FIFA World Cup.
|Wilson (NEW)||SOU (A)||CHE (H)|
|Scamacca (WHU)||CRY (H)||LEI (H)|
|Calvert-Lewin (EVE)||LEI (H)||BOU (A)|
|Solanke (BOU)||LEE (A)||EVE (H)|
Wilson is the most-bought player ahead of Gameweek 15. He has been transferred in by +277,000 managers after a career-best 19-point haul in the 4-0 win over Aston Villa on Saturday.
Over the last six matches the Newcastle United forward has taken a team-leading 18 shots in the box and been presented with seven big chances. Like Toney, he is the designated penalty-taker for his club.
Callum Wilson (£7.3m) records his best-ever return in #FPL with a 19-point haul against Aston Villa, thanks to 2️⃣ goals, 2️⃣ assists and the maximum 3️⃣ bonus.— Fantasy Premier League (@OfficialFPL) October 29, 2022
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Calvert-Lewin is another differential option at just 0.6 per cent ownership.
In 55 appearances since 2020/21 he has been involved in 45 per cent of Everton's goals when on the pitch, scoring 22 and assisting eight.
The Toffees have enticing fixtures against this season's two leakiest defences: AFC Bournemouth and Leicester have conceded 28 and 25 goals respectively.
A cut-price replacement for Toney, Solanke has racked up 41 points over his last eight outings, just one fewer than the Brentford striker.
Solanke's tally of four assists since Gameweek 6 is the most of any forward in Fantasy.
There are three other potential replacements who are riskier picks.
Gabriel Jesus (£8.0m), Aleksandar Mitrovic (£6.9m) and Harry Kane (£11.6m) have each accumulated four yellow cards.
A fifth booking in Gameweek 15 would mean them missing the final round of matches before the FIFA World Cup.