Fantasy Premier League GW16 – Best Differentials

November 10, 2022
FPL GW16 Differentials

FPL has been playing at a hellish pace for the last month, so from GW11 to GW16, it went by in a flash. This is actually the last round before the next break due to the Qatar World Cup, and many managers can’t wait for it to pass, because they will get their Wild Card before GW17. Today’s article will therefore focus on short-term solutions that can make a difference in this round.

Before we start talking about those differential players that can make a difference for you in GW16, I should mention that I had a solid midweek. I scored 60 points (no chips, just used one free transfer), and I am currently 49k overall, and I sincerely hope that the progress will continue after this week. All my decisions, you can track on my Twitter account (@milosnsns).

EPL GW-16: Best FPL Differentials

As usual, I will not give advice that is obvious. We all know that Almiron is playing in fantastic shape and that Wilson is a good replacement for Mitrovic, but that’s what all the articles on the internet offer you. I have found three players who can make a difference. Do you remember I put Tarkowski in GW13? Many laughed at me, but he made 11 points for two GW.

Alisson Ramses Becker (£5.4, 15.6% ownership, Liverpool vs. Southempton)

Alisson Ramses Becker (Liverpool)

Although with 15.6% TSB it may not be the best differential, Alisson seems like the safest solution for GW16. Liverpool is playing at home, against a team that is not the best offensively and they need points. Although many go for attacking options when it comes to Liverpool, I think that Alisson is the perfect solution for this round. He is in excellent shape and there are great chances that he will achieve CS.

Harvey Barnes (£6.9, 1.7% ownership, West Ham vs. Leicester)

Harvey Barnes (Leicester)

Although I am generally not a fan of Leicester players, in the match against West Ham United, Leicester could have a solid attacking return. Harvey Barnes is the fourth best Foxes player in terms of FPL points this season, and with only 1.7% TSB could be an excellent cheap solution for this GW. Last round he looked nice on the court and could easily score a goal, so I give him confidence.

Alexis Mac Allister (£5.4, 3.8% ownership, Brighton vs. Aston Villa)

Mac Allister (Brighton)

Although at the beginning of the season when Potter was the coach, this player provided better games, Brighton generally looks great again after the few weeks it took to get used to the new manager. De Zerbi likes offensive football, and I think that along with Trossard, Mac Allister, who is a great football connoisseur, could jump out in this round.

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We sincerely hope that this article was useful to you, and we wish you a great and profitable GW16.

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