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GW24 Ones to watch: Jadon Sancho

By The Scout 15 Feb 2023
Jadon Sancho, Man Utd

The Scout says winger’s recent return to action hands managers an overlooked route into Man Utd attack

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The Scout is tipping five players to produce big points in Gameweek 24 of 2022/23 Fantasy Premier League.

Jadon Sancho (MUN) £7.1m

The winger’s recent return to action gives managers an overlooked route into the Manchester United attack in Fantasy.

Sancho had been sidelined for personal issues before emerging from the bench as a substitute against Leeds United in Gameweek 22.

His equaliser in the 2-2 draw at Old Trafford earned him six points and also helped secure his starting role for the Red Devils’ reverse fixture at Leeds last weekend.

Although he failed to score at Elland Road, Sancho looks set to retain his spot in Erik ten Hag’s first XI at home to Leicester City.

The England star was a big success in his last meeting with the Foxes this season.

Indeed, his 10-point return against Leicester in Gameweek 5 was one of two double-figure scores he delivered in the opening five matches of 2022/23.

Leicester, meanwhile, visit Old Trafford in poor defensive form.

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They have conceded at least twice in five of their seven matches since the season resumed.

Sancho’s spell on the sidelines means he is owned by only three per cent of managers, compared with his popular team-mates Marcus Rashford (£7.3m) and Bruno Fernandes (£9.9m), who can be found in 54 per cent and 12 per cent of squads respectively.

That highlights his appeal as a low-owned differential against Leicester’s struggling defence on Sunday.

FPL managers interested in Sancho must just consider the fact that Man Utd are among four clubs without a Premier League fixture in Gameweek 25.

See: FPL experts: What to do with Man Utd and Newcastle stars

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Part 1: Max Kilman (WOL)
Part 2: Alexis Mac Allister (BHA)
Part 3: Benoit Badiashile (CHE)
Part 4: Kelechi Iheanacho (LEI)

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