Fantasy Premier League GW11 – Best Differentials

MilosNS
October 12, 2022
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GW11 Differentials

As GW10 has passed, the question that is increasingly being asked is what will happen in GW12 when Manchester City and Arsenal have a blank week? I think it’s wise to start thinking ahead, but personally, I’m closest to the decision to use Free Hit because I currently have one player from Arsenal (Saliba) and three top assets from Manchester City (Cancelo, Kevin de Bruine, and Haaland) in my team.

Before we start talking about those differential players that can make a difference for you in GW11, I should mention that I had a great week. I scored 78 points, although I made a bad decision and played the Triple Captain chip on Haaland. I am currently at 81k overall, and I sincerely hope that the progress will continue after this week. All my decisions, you can track on my Twitter account (@milosnsns).

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EPL GW-11: Best FPL Differentials

In GW11, we will have a complete round, so there will be no need to think too much about unavailable players. Of course, a certain number of popular selections are injured, but more on that in another article. Here I will suggest some excellent players that fly under the radar of most template managers. Don’t forget that having two or three top differential players can mean a big jump in your ranking.

Jose Malheiro de Sa (£5.0, 6.2% ownership, Wolves vs. Nottingham Forrest)

Sa (Wolves)

If you have problems with the GK position and you don’t have too much space in the budget, Sa is the perfect option. Admittedly in the short term, because after GW13, in my opinion, Wolves have a tough schedule (Brentford, Brighton, Arsenal). Sa is one of the best FPL goalkeepers this season, and the Wolves are one of the best defensive teams. In GW11, they are playing at home against the Nottingham Forrest team, and it is to be expected that they will not concede a goal.

Jose Malheiro de Sa might be a perfect differential player for this GW11. With only 6.2% ownership, he can pay off big time.

Tosin Adarabioyo (£4.5, 0.2% ownership, Fulham vs. Bournemouth)

Tosin Adarabioyo (Fulham)

Ok, I’m sure that no one reading this will agree with me about Tosin! But just listen to me. With £4.5 price tag and only 0.2% ownership, this defender could be a pure gem in your team. In the next two gameweeks, Fulham plays at home against Bournemouth and Aston Villa, and they badly need points. Tosin could be a player who brings a solid number of points.

Also, if you decide not to play Free Hit in GW12, but send three players to the bench, Tosin is a solid replacement for one of them.

Alexis Mac Allister (£5.7, 6.8% ownership, Brentford vs. Brighton)

Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton)

I’m quite sure that the vast majority of FPL managers never watched Sassuolo when De Zerbi was the coach. We are talking about a coach who plays total football and whose teams score a lot but also concede a lot of goals. It takes a few weeks for the team to get used to the new philosophy. I expect the trio of Trossard, Gross, and Mac Allister to explode in the next few weeks.

In the next two GW, Brighton plays against Brentford away and against NFO at home, and I expect Mac Allister, who is on penalties, to score a lot of FPL points. I’m even thinking of swapping him for Zaha, who I took last round since the Crystal Palace player didn’t impress me at all.

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We sincerely hope that this article was useful to you, and we wish you a great and profitable GW11. This week we have a big derby between Liverpool and Manchester City and between the two kings of FPL, Salah, and Haaland. We will see who will take most of it…

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