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The Scout’s FPL Gameweek 22 Differentials

By The Scout 29 Jan 2024

See the four low-owned players tipped to shine during the next round of matches

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The Scout is tipping four low-owned players for a breakthrough Gameweek in 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League. Each player can be found in under four per cent of squads ahead of Tuesday’s 18:00 GMT deadline.

Marcus Tavernier (Bournemouth) £5.4m

The AFC Bournemouth midfielder visits West Ham United in excellent away form.

Tavernier has scored both his goals this season, and supplied three of his four assists, in the Cherries’ last five matches on the road.

He amassed 34 points across those encounters, including attacking returns against both Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.

The Hammers, meanwhile, have been somewhat fortunate to concede only two goals in the last four Gameweeks.

They allowed 54 shots in the box, 84 shots and 12 big chances, with all three totals placing among the worst three sides in the league.


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Mohammed Kudus (West Ham) £6.8m

West Ham’s Ghanaian is expected to be available for selection against Bournemouth following his nation’s early exit from the Africa Cup of Nations.

Kudus was a huge success in Fantasy after making his full debut in Gameweek 10.

He was the fifth top-scoring midfielder in Fantasy from that point onwards, producing five goals, three assists and 64 points.

His three double-figure returns in just 10 starts suggest Kudus could even be a captaincy option against a Cherries side who have conceded seven goals in their last two matches. 

Raul Jimenez (Fulham) £5.2m

Fulham’s forward welcomes Everton on the back of a prolific run of home form.

Jimenez has produced four of his five goals this season in his last three appearances at Craven Cottage.

The Mexican scored twice versus Nottingham Forest, adding further goals against West Ham and Arsenal to amass 29 points.

Everton, meanwhile, have struggled in defence recently. The Toffees have allowed 44 shots in the box and 25 shots on target in the last four Gameweeks, with both totals placing among the bottom five sides.

Jimenez's goal v Arsenal 
Jeremy Doku (Man City) £6.5m

The rush to acquire his fit-again team-mate Kevin De Bruyne (£10.6m) means the winger can be found in just over two per cent of squads for Manchester City’s home meeting with Burnley.

By contrast, over one million managers have brought in De Bruyne on the back of his 12-point cameo against Newcastle United last time out.

Although Doku suffered a blank in the 3-2 win at St James’ Park, he was handed an immediate return to the Man City first XI after his own comeback from injury.

Having featured as a second-half substitute against Spurs in the FA Cup last Friday, Doku appears likely to start against the Clarets.

As evidenced by his 22-point at home to Bournemouth in Gameweek 11, the Belgian offers the potential for huge hauls at the Etihad Stadium – a fact that also lifts his appeal in Double Gameweek 25, when Man City play at home on both occasions, against Chelsea and Brentford.

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