We are back to provide you with top 3 differentials. We still use “Form”, “Team Selected By (TSB)”, and Fixture Difficulty Rank (FDR)” to pick our differentials and we will show you the calculation in a table. “Form” will help us to choose players that have good recent performance, so we choose players which “Form” is more than or 3.5. “TSB” will help us to choose players that owned by less than 10% managers. And, “FDR” will help us to choose players that have easy fixtures.
DEF - Kieran Trippier (£5.6m - Owned by 8.6%)
Kieran Trippier is one of those modern fullbacks who spends more time in the opponent's defensive area than his own. Add that to his unbelievably accurate crosses and it'll be no surprise that he's on 4 assists already, despite missing two games. He was rested last week during the 1-0 away defeat to Manchester United but made an unlikely appearance at the Champions League against Real Madrid and added another one to his assist tally, being provider for Alli's first goal. Starts will always result in assists for the Spurs fullback.
MID - Riyad Mahrez (£8.4m - Owned by 4.4%)
A fantasy football favorite, Mahrez started the season very well, with 3 assists in his opening two games but before completely vanishing. However, he provided a point-return in each of his last three games with a goal and three assists. Though a game away at Stoke is never easy but now that Claude Puel took charge of the foxes, he'll do his best to prove he's the right man for the job and Mahrez will be heavily involved in his attacking set-up.
MID - André Ayew (£6.9m - Owned by 1.3%)
You might expect to see a striker here but a striker listed as a midfielder is even better. André Ayew was far from being a nailed on starter in West Ham's line up but everytime he was subbed on from the bench, he performed better than most starters. Two goals against Tottenham at the Carabao Cup last midweek and one against Crystal Palace this weekend should earn him a start up front besides Chichariro against Liverpool this gameweek.