Our differential player that making a return in gameweek 4 was Janmaat (Watford). We suggested him in gameweek 1. We know that Janmaat is an impressive full back, but unfortunately, he was injured in his first match. After recovering from his injury, Janmaat paid our trust with a goal againts Southampton as a substitute player.
We still use “Form” and “Team Selected By (TSB)” to choose our differentials for gameweek 5. We choose players which form is more than 6.0 and TSB is less than 7%. Our choices are as follows.
Newcastle’s defence made solid performance in their 2 last matches. They were not conceded any single goal in their last 2 match. Lascelles scored a winning goal in gameweek 4 againts Swansea. So far, Lascelles has made 18 ball recoveries and 21 clearances. Those stats can support him to gain bonus point when his team make a clean sheet. Newcastle will have two easy opponents ahead, those are Stoke (home) and Brighton (away).
This 28 years old stricker made an outstanding show in the match againts Man United. He scored 2 goals and stop Man United’s perfect start. Choupo-Moting has created 3 shots on goal from his 12 shots, 3 attempted assists, and 5 crosses. He also has won 7 aerial duels with his height which one of them was converted to a goal in his last game againts Man United. Choupo-Moting is a budget midfielder that can give you extra saving. Stoke will face easy fixtures until gameweek 13, except againts Chelsea (home) in gameweek 6 and Man City (away) in gameweek 8.
FWD: Welbeck (Arsenal) – 7.5m – 2.2% – Form: 6.3
Welbeck is Arsenal’s top scorer so far. Am I kidding? No, I’m not. He has scored 3 goals this season. In the last game, he scored 2 goals and 3 bonus points. So far, Welbeck has created 10 shots and 50% of them (5 shots) were shots on goal. He has also made 5 attempted assists. With his medium price, Welbeck will be your good deal third stricker. For the next 4 gameweek, Arsenal will face easy opponents, except Chelsea (away) in gameweek 5.