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The Scout's FPL Gameweek 36 Differentials

By The Scout 10 May 2023

Brighton set-piece taker Pascal Gross is among four low-owned picks tipped for big returns

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The Scout is tipping four low-owned players for big success in Gameweek 36 of Fantasy Premier League.

Pascal Gross (BHA) £5.4m

A pair of visits to Arsenal and Newcastle United lift the appeal of Brighton & Hove Albion’s German.

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Despite mainly playing as a right-back, Gross was a huge success in the Seagulls’ recent Double Gameweek 34, scoring twice to collect 14 points.

His set-piece duties also boost his prospects for Double Gameweek 36.

Gross has created 10 chances in the last four matches, joint-top with Solly March (£5.3m), who is an injury doubt, for Brighton.

See: FPL experts: Who are the best replacements for March?

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE) £7.9m

The forward’s recent return to fitness has revived Everton’s prospects in the relegation battle ahead of a visit from Manchester City.

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Calvert-Lewin scored in the Toffees’ 2-2 draw with Leicester City in Gameweek 34, then supplied an assist in their 5-1 win at Brighton & Hove Albion in Gameweek 35.

His seven shots in the box in the last three Gameweeks rank joint-top for Everton along with Dwight McNeil (£5.1m).

Indeed, Calvert-Lewin is the third-best forward for this statistic, bettered only by Erling Haaland (£12.4m) and Callum Wilson (£7.1m), with 16 and eight respectively.

Sven Botman (NEW) £4.5m

A cost of £4.5m can make the Dutchman a strong source of value for Newcastle United’s matches against Leeds United and Brighton. 

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Botman has stepped up his goal threat of late, with his five shots in the box exceeding the total of any other Magpies defender over the last four matches.

Although Newcastle have struggled for clean sheets recently, the underlying numbers suggest their defence should still be considered by Fantasy managers.

They have conceded a mere four big chances in their last four matches, second only to the two of Man City.

Noni Madueke (CHE) £5.4m

The winger looks set for a third successive start this weekend as Chelsea entertain Nottingham Forest.

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Madueke seized his opportunity in the starting XI with a goal against Arsenal in Gameweek 34 and retained his place for the Blues’ 3-1 win at AFC Bournemouth last weekend.

The 21-year-old’s role on the right wing can prove particularly significant for Frank Lampard’s side.

Forest have conceded 416 crosses down their left flank, the second-worst record in the league.

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