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6 Apr 2023

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The Scout is backing four low-owned players for a breakout Gameweek in Fantasy Premier League.

Eberechi Eze (CRY) £5.4m

A visit to Leeds United lifts the potential of the Crystal Palace winger in Gameweek 30.

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Eze was back in Palace's starting XI last weekend following Roy Hodgson's return as manager.

He made an instant impact, supplying his fourth assist of the campaign in their 2-1 win over Leicester City.

Eze's five shots and three chances created further highlight his appeal as a differential, with a mere 1.9 per cent ownership in Fantasy.

Jack Grealish (MCI) £6.9m

The Manchester City winger visits Southampton on the back of his season-high haul of 12 points against Liverpool last weekend.

Grealish’s goal and assist in the 4-1 victory has earned him over 115,000 new owners, the most-bought midfielder in the Gameweek.

He has scored three of his four goals this term, and supplied six of his seven assists, from Gameweek 17 onwards.

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Indeed, his total of 66 points is second only to the 80 points of Erling Haaland (£12.0m) among team-mates since the season resumed.

Carlos Vinicius (FUL) £5.4m

Aleksandar Mitrovic’s (£6.6m) eight-match ban could mean a run of starts for the Fulham forward.

Vinicius has impressed for Marco Silva's side recently despite limited minutes.

He has a goal and an assist in his last four outings, claiming points against both Brighton & Hove Albion and Brentford.

The Brazilian can extend that run at home to a West Ham United side who were defeated 5-1 by Newcastle United on Wednesday.

Jamie Vardy (LEI) £9.1m

The departure of Brendan Rodgers as Leicester City head coach can boost the forward’s prospects for the season run-in.

Vardy made his first start since January in midweek against Aston Villa.

He looks likely to retain his place for Leicester's crucial home encounter with AFC Bournemouth this weekend.

The Cherries arrive with the worst defensive record on the road this term, conceding 38 goals in 14 fixtures.

Also in this series

Part 1: The Scout’s FPL GW30 Ones to watch
Part 3: Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Gameweek 30
Part 4: Who is the best FPL captain for Gameweek 30?
Part 5: FPL experts: Who to captain in GW30
Part 6: FPL Experts: Best differentials for GW30
Part 7: The Scout's best replacements for Luke Shaw in FPL

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