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That output is all the more impressive when you consider that Kolasinac has appeared on only 10 occasions.
However, all 10 of those starts were in the last 11 Gameweeks, suggesting that the wing-back has now secured a role in Unai Emery’s first XI.
The creativity of Kolasinac has been a big factor for Arsenal during that period.
Indeed, since being handed his first start in Gameweek 11, his total of 18 chances created ranks second among FPL defenders.
The Gunners' upcoming schedule looks encouraging for his 4.0 per cent ownership.
Five of their next seven fixtures are against teams outside of the top eight.
And that could be significant for Kolasinac, as his output is far better against teams lower down the table.
He has 33 points in five appearances against opponents outside of the top eight.
By comparison, he has six points in five meetings with top-eight teams.
His kind run of fixtures can promote Kolasinac as a big differential candidate in defence for FPL managers.
|22||WHU (A)||3||26||HUD (A)||2|
|23||CHE (H)||4||27||SOU (H)||2|
|24||CAR (H)||2||28||BOU (H)||2|
|25||MCI (A)||5||29||TOT (A)||5|
*denotes Fixture Difficulty Ranking
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