Entering almost the penultimate stage of the season, there are only 4 gameweeks of FPL remaining. Now that the fantasy managers know they need to do some serious planning in order to have a better finish, here are some differential options for them to boost their ranks. After the end of FPL 2021/22 Gameweek 34, there has been a lot of share of points with the premium assets delivering huge points. In this FPL Gameweek 35 Differentials 2021/22 guide, we will be looking at 5 Fantasy players, who could become future transfer targets, carrying their good run.
These assets are not only expected to carry on their good form but also their cheap prices and low ownership make them have a place in our piece. This article contains 5 players who can be decent differentials for your teams, hence do read till the end.
FPL Gameweek 35 Differentials 2021/22
1. Marc Guéhi (Defender) – 4.5 Million
One of the most promising prospects of English football, Marc Guehi is rated at just 4.5 million Euros in the game. He is selected by a total of a mere 1.8% of overall Fantasy premier league managers and can therefore be considered as a very worthy differential option for gameweek 35. Crystal Palace plays away against Southampton this week and is considered the slighter favorite for the tie.
Besides, Guehi has accumulated a total of massive 106 FPL points with a 7 points haul in gameweek 34. Other than this, he has also contributed offensively by scoring two goals and this is in contention to book a slot to the English world Cup squad, thereby making him a potential differential option for gw 35.
2. Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Midfielder) – 5.4 Million
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been starting for Chelsea in the last three games prior to the United game and is one of the very few Chelsea players in the majority of Fantasy Premier League managers’ books. Loftus-Cheek has accumulated a total of 43 points in the league, and his form in the FA Cup also helps him boost the selection preference.
Besides, he has an accurate passing accuracy of more than 90% with an astounding tally of almost 9 progressive carries recorded every game in the premier league. Not only this he also records an average of 4.85 progressive passes each game and 3.88 progressive passes received in the opposition’s final third. Chelsea plays against relegation battlers Everton and RLC, therefore, becomes a very noteworthy pick ahead of the fixture.
3. John McGinn (Midfielder) – 5.6 Million
Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn is in the squad of just 1% of all the players playing the fantasy premier league game. Steven Gerrard’s Aston villa play against bottom position Norwich City in the 35th gameweek of the English premier league, where John McGinn is almost a guaranteed starter.
The Scottish international has scored 3 goals in the league so far with 2 assists to his name coming from a non-penalty expected goal and assist combined tally of (xG) 0.17 per game. His 4.81 progressive passes per game and 3.76 average progressive carries make him a noteworthy differential option for game week 35.
4. Edward Nketiah (Forward) – 5.5 Million
The 5.5 million rated Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah can finally be the solution to the long-sought problem of finding a budget-friendly FPL forward. From gameweek 30 to 34 he has scored 2 goals from an expected goal tally of (xG) 1.60 and xA of 0.80. he also has the credit for 3 big chances created and 5 key passes in this period of play.
Mikel Arteta and his side is doing good to try, compete and cement the fourth spot in the premier league table, and they also have a double gameweek coming ahead in the 36th week against Leeds and Tottenham after facing west ham this gameweek. Nketiah can become a potential differential option for this week’s FPL action.
5. Joshua King (Forward) – 5.6 Million
Watford host relegation battlers Burnley in the 35th gameweek of EPL in an interesting relegation viewpoint game. Joshua King, the 5.6 million FPL-rated Watford forward, played a full ninety-minute game against Manchester City in the previous week. The Norwegian international has scored 5 goals and assisted thrice in the English premier league so far from an npxG+ xA of 0.46 averaging each game.
Other than this, he averages almost 3 offensive actions that lead to a goal or a shot on goal every game. His off-the-ball antics are brilliant, and Burnley’s not-so-good run in the league provides a platform for Joshua King to perform and make a mark on the league. Besides, he averages almost 4.76 touches in the opposition penalty box each game and 3.34 progressive carries per game, thereby making him a noteworthy differential option.
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