Florin Andone (£5.0m) can continue his goal streak in Gameweek 16 of Fantasy Premier League and deliver for FPL managers looking to get the edge in their mini-leagues.
The Brighton & Hove Albion forward has scored in the last two Gameweeks and has a promising fixture at Burnley this weekend.
The Romanian is one of four Differentials selected by The Scout for Gameweek 16 ahead of the Saturday 8 December, 11:30 GMT deadline.
After marking his first Premier League start with a goal in Gameweek 14, Andone followed that up with another strike in midweek when he came on for the injured Glenn Murray (£6.7m) against Crystal Palace.
Murray's shoulder injury means that Andone, who is owned by 0.2 per cent, could start up front at Turf Moor against a Burnley defence who have shipped 32 goals.
The Clarets have also faced 316 shots, more than any other side.
The left-back has been a major attacking force for Arsenal in recent weeks.
The 10 chances he has created in the last four Gameweeks rank joint-top among FPL defenders.
Kolasinac has provided two assists for his 0.9 per cent ownership over that time and faces at Emirates Stadium a Huddersfield Town side with just one away clean sheet all season.
No player has taken more corners than the 70 by the Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder.
That has helped Moutinho, who is owned by 2.7 per cent of FPL managers, to a team-leading 29 chances created.
His delivery is likely to trouble a Newcastle United defence who have conceded more chances from set-plays than any other side.
The Cardiff City midfielder’s 10 shots and five shots on target in the last four Gameweeks are both team-high figures.
Owned by 1.7 per cent, he will be hoping to make it three straight home victories when Southampton visit on Saturday.
The Saints have conceded 19 goals on their travels, the second-worst record in the league.
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