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The Scout's FPL Differentials for Gameweek 33

By The Scout 24 Apr 2023

The Scout pinpoints four low-owned players who could have a big Gameweek 33

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The Scout is tipping four low-owned players who could be set for a breakout Gameweek in Fantasy Premier League ahead of Tuesday's 18:00 BST deadline.

Julio Enciso (BHA) £4.6m

The Brighton & Hove Albion forward could be set to start away to Nottingham Forest on Wednesday evening, with team-mates Danny Welbeck (£6.5m) and Evan Ferguson (£4.6m) both doubtful.

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Enciso has impressed when selected recently, scoring against both AFC Bournemouth and Chelsea across the Seagulls’ last three outings.

Owned by a mere 0.4 per cent of Fantasy managers, he now visits a Forest side who have lost their last four matches, conceding at least twice on each occasion.

Marc Roca (LEE) £4.8m

The Leeds United midfielder boasts a strong all-round threat at home to Leicester City.

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Roca’s four shots on target and nine chances created both place second for Leeds over the last four Gameweeks.

His visitors, meanwhile, have been poor in defence on their travels.

Leicester are without a clean sheet in each of their last eight away matches, conceding 16 goals across that period.

Jacob Murphy (NEW) £4.1m

Back-to-back matches against Everton and Southampton over the next week raise the prospects of the Newcastle United winger.

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Murphy delivered his best display of 2022/23 Fantasy last weekend, scoring twice and collecting 13 points in the Magpies’ 6-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur.

His withdrawal on 65 minutes on Sunday lifts his chances of another start against Everton in midweek, allowing Miguel Almiron (£5.4m) the chance to step up his fitness with more minutes off the bench.

At a cost of only £4.1m, Murphy can produce more value over those favourable two fixtures.

Christian Eriksen (MUN) £6.2m

The Dane’s creativity could prove decisive as Manchester United visit Spurs on Thursday evening.

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Despite missing eight matches over Gameweeks 22-29 due to injury, Eriksen’s seven assists rank joint-top with Bruno Fernandes (£9.5m) for the Red Devils this season. 

His form prior to being sidelined highlights his influence.

Eriksen scored once and supplied four assists in his final seven outings before the injury, amassing 37 points.

That could be bad news for a Spurs side who have conceded nine goals in their last two matches. 

Also in this series

Part 1: The Scout's GW33 Ones to watch
Part 3: The Scout's GW33 Selection
Part 4: FPL experts: Who to captain in GW33
Part 5: The Scout's best captains for GW33

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