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The Scout’s FPL Double Gameweek 25 Differentials

By The Scout 14 Feb 2024
GW25 Differentials

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 eight per cent of squads ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 GMT deadline.

Carlton Morris (Luton) £5.0m

The forward’s prospects in Fantasy have been revived by his recent return to Luton Town's first XI.

Morris has started each of the Hatters’ last five matches in all competitions ahead of their Double Gameweek 25 (DGW25) against Manchester United and Liverpool.

His penalty against Sheffield United last weekend took the 28-year-old’s tally to three goals and four assists in the last six Gameweeks.

Morris amassed 36 points over that run, only six fewer than the top-scoring forward, Rasmus Hojlund (£7.1m).

Crucially, Luton also have a Double Gameweek 28 to follow, visiting Crystal Palace and AFC Bournemouth, giving Morris the opportunity to offer more value in Fantasy.

Mathias Jensen (Brentford) £5.4m

The Dane’s delivery from free-kicks and corners can be a major weapon for Brentford’s DGW25 against Liverpool and Manchester City.

The Bees boast a huge threat from set-pieces, with their total of 102 shots from such situations the third-best record in the league.

Jensen’s duties have helped him produce team-leading totals of 25 key passes and seven big chances created this season.

His appeal is further boosted by Brentford’s schedule. They are currently the only one of the four DGW25 sides who also play in both Blank Gameweek 26 and Gameweek 29, which is set to be another Blank Gameweek.

Willian (Fulham) £5.3m

The Fulham winger's form at Craven Cottage can make him a handy budget midfield pick over the coming period.

Willian’s assist against Bournemouth last weekend took his tally to four goals and three assists this season.

Crucially, all those attacking returns have come in home matches.

Fulham’s encounter with Aston Villa this weekend is one of three home fixtures in the next five Gameweeks, with Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur their other visitors.

Their match with Spurs in Blank Gameweek 29 is one of only three that are currently confirmed to be taking place, which suggests bringing in Willian can help managers navigate the tricky upcoming schedule.

Nathan Ake (Man City) £5.0m

Man City’s Dutchman is the second most-bought defender in the Gameweek ahead of their home matches against Chelsea and Brentford.

Ake has earned more than 112,000 transfers in on the back of his assist, clean sheet and 11-point return against Everton last weekend.

The versatile defender also scored in Man City’s 1-0 FA Cup win over Spurs late last month, further highlighting his potential for attacking and defensive returns in Fantasy.

Despite his influx of new owners, Ake still remains an overlooked asset for DGW25 and can be found in under eight per cent of squads.

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