The Scout is tipping four low-owned players for a breakthrough Gameweek in 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League.
Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) £7.3m
Nunez's second goal v Newcastle
Handed 13 minutes off the bench at St. James’ Park, Nunez scored both his side’s goals in the 2-1 comeback win to claim 11 points.
A home encounter with Aston Villa gives him the chance of maintaining that momentum this weekend.
Unai Emery’s side have struggled defensively on the road, conceding six goals in two matches this season.
Villa have allowed their opponents 10 big chances in the first three Gameweeks, the fifth most in the competition.
Cameron Archer (Sheff Utd) £4.5m
Sheffield United’s new forward could prove a handy source of value in Fantasy following his transfer from Villa.
Archer can appeal to managers who are playing a 3-5-2 formation, allowing them a rare £4.5m-priced starter for their benches.
A home meeting with Everton suggests Archer can enjoy a successful debut for the Blades this weekend.
The Toffees have lost all three of their matches so far, including a 4-0 defeat in their only away match so far.
Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace) £4.6m
Andersen has combined a goal and a clean sheet with six bonus points in his first three outings.
As a result, he ranks joint-top among defenders on 22 points along with Matty Cash (£4.6m).
The underlying numbers highlight Andersen’s impressive attacking threat from centre-back.
His three shots on target and six chances created both sit among the top four defenders in 2023/24 Fantasy.
Andersen's goal v Brentford
Kevin Schade (Brentford) £5.4m
The winger offers managers a cut-price route into the Brentford attack for their favourable run of opponents.
After being handed his first start of the season in Gameweek 2, Schade overshadowed his more popular team-mates Bryan Mbeumo (£6.8m) and Yoane Wissa (£6.2m) against Palace last weekend.
The Germany international scored to earn nine points in the 1-1 draw, yet he can be found in only 0.1 per cent of squads for the Bees’ home encounter with AFC Bournemouth.
Schade also hosts Everton and visits Nottingham Forest in the next four Gameweeks, marking him out as an appealing pick in the budget bracket.
Schade's goal v Crystal Palace
Also in this series
Part 1: Maddison or Sterling: Who is the better FPL pick?
Part 2: FPL Lessons: Why five-man midfields are the way to go for managers
Part 3: Whose FPL prospects have improved after Gameweek 3?
Part 4: The Scout’s FPL Gameweek 4 Ones to watch
Part 6: FPL experts: Keep or sell Arsenal and Man Utd midfielders?
Part 7: FPL long view: Time to consider Newcastle in Gameweek 5?
Part 8: Scout Selection: Best FPL team for Gameweek 4
Part 9: Best alternatives to Haaland as FPL captain in Gameweek 4