The Scout pinpoints four players with low ownership who can bring in big returns in Double Gameweek 34 of Fantasy Premier League.
Lewis Dunk (BHA) £4.8m
Dunk has been one of the standout defenders for goal threat this season, despite scoring only once.
His totals of 19 shots in the box and 16 headed shots both sit among the top seven defenders in 2022/23.
Brighton, meanwhile, have been far more reliable at the back at Amex Stadium this season.
Indeed, they have kept seven of their nine clean sheets in home matches.
Anthony Martial (MUN) £6.3m
The Frenchman has stepped up his output for Man Utd ahead of their matches against Aston Villa and Brighton.
Although he started just one of those contests, the forward has encouragingly received a number of high quality scoring opportunities.
Martial was supplied with three big chances in that period, second only to the five of Marcus Rashford (£7.1m) among team-mates.
Having been benched against Tottenham Hotspur in midweek, Martial seems likely to start at least one of his side’s two DGW34 encounters.
Jarrod Bowen (WHU) £8.0m
Bowen has just a single blank in his last five outings, scoring once and providing three assists to claim 26 points.
The underlying numbers highlight his huge influence on the Hammers’ attack.
Bowen’s seven shots in the box ranked joint-top for West Ham in that run, while he also created a team-leading three big chances.
Ruben Dias (MCI) £6.0m
The Portuguese’s return to the Man City first XI has been a big factor behind their improving form.
Dias has started each of his side’s last nine matches in a run that has resulted in eight wins and a draw.
The centre-back also boasts a strong goal threat for his meetings with Fulham and West Ham.
Although he has yet to score this season, Dias has produced 10 shots inside the box, more than any other Man City defender.
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Part 1: The Scout’s FPL Double Gameweek 34 Ones to watch
Part 3: Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Double Gameweek 34
Part 4: The Scout's best captains for Double Gameweek 34
Part 5: FPL experts: The best players on a single Gameweek