Fantasy Premier League GW13 – Best Differentials

MilosNS
October 21, 2022
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FPL has been playing at a hellish pace for the last week, so from GW11 to GW13, it went by in a flash. What many were afraid of is in the past, and the players of Manchester City and Arsenal are returning to the game again, which means that it is now easier for many. Over one million FPL managers used some of the chips in GW12, and we already wrote about which players are the most worthy of your attention in the article that you can read here.

Before we start talking about those differential players that can make a difference for you in GW13, I should mention that I had a solid midweek. I scored 54 points (no chips, just used two free transfers), and I am currently 30k 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-13: Best FPL Differentials

In GW13, 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. Here are some of my favorites:

James Tarkowski (£4.4, 1.4% ownership, Everton vs. Crystal Palace)

James Tarkowski (Everton)

This may come as a big surprise to many, but with a price of £4.4 and only 1.4% ownership, James Tarkowski could be a great move. Especially for those managers who have a slightly smaller budget. Everton’s defense is not bad at all, they conceded only 12 goals, and Crystal Palace does not look like a team to be feared. I personally think that Everton will win this match, and Tarkowski can easily finish with six or more FPL points.

Brenden Aaronson (£5.5, 1.3% ownership, Leeds vs. Fulham)

Of course, we all want to have a midfield composed of Foden, Saka, Martinelli, and other £8+ midfielders, but it is necessary to have one player who can bring a lot of points for a small cost. Aaronson is just one of those players. For only £5.5 million and with 1.3% ownership, this is a real diamond. In this round, Leeds plays against Fulham, who spent a lot on the previous two games, and it is to be expected that they will falter at the weekend.

Dominic Solanke (£5.8, 3.7% ownership, West Ham vs. Bournemouth)

Of course, you have to have Haaland or Kane in your team, or maybe both, but who is that third attacker who can possibly make a difference in a 3-4-3 formation? Mitrovic, Toney, and even Wilson are popular, but Dominic Solanke is a real differential player. With only 3.7% ownership, it takes a little to launch you into orbit. The negative side is that he had a blank week quite a few times this season, but West Ham is not good defensively, so maybe this is the right week to give him a chance.

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