This is the 4rth differential article of the season, hopefully you enjoy reading these over the course of the season and it helps you consider some of these players we will bring you ...
Tammy Abraham, 7.1mil, 6.5%
First up this week we have the young English striker Tammy Abraham. I personally have owned him from the start so I was delighted when he produced last week and even more delighted I can feature him in this weeks differential edition.
Chelsea have some tasty looking fixtures coming up too, with 3 home games coming up in their next 4 games (Sheffield United, Liverpool and Brighton) and only facing one top six team in their next 9 games (Liverpool as mentioned above) it would be handy to get some Chelsea attacking coverage. Mount could be a good shout too to go with Abraham. If Tammy can nail down the striker position in the next few games then we are confident he will score plenty of goals.
In the championship last season for Vila he scored 26 goals, bettered only by Pukki.
Aymeric Laporte, 6.5mil, 8.2%
Next we have the French cultured centre back Laporte. Ok so far the City defenders have been pretty disappointing so far, like the Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs, United, Arsenal defenders .. you get the picture? All the top six teams defenders have been poor with three of them (Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs) yet to even keep a clean sheet yet and the other three only having kept one.
Maybe things are about to change for the top teams? Man City are probably the best bet for a few consecutive clean sheets and Laporte is the only real nailed on out of the bunch. Ok he is priced at 6.5mil which is 0.5 more than Walker but you kinda get what you pay for.
Brighton, Norwich, Watford and Everton are the next four opponents for City and their next top 6 opposition will be Liverpool in 9 GW's. Laporte got 3 goals and 3 assists last season so is a decent attacking threat too. Will you take notice of Laporte before Deschamps does ?
Sebastien Haller, 7.4mil, 3.9%
Lastly this week we have another Frenchman, Haller from West Ham. Haller looked quality in the last match vs Watford, rewarding his owners with 2 goals equating to 13 goals. His game went something like this.. 44 touches, 19 passes completed, 7 aerial duels won, 4 shots, 3 shots on target, 2 goals, 1 big chance created, 1 take-on completed, 1 tackle won, 1 interception.
A great performance for West Ham and for Haller, can the Frenchman keep it up? Next they are at home to Norwich, away to Villa, home to Man United and then away to Bournemouth. Not the best defences to play against. We are sure he will add to his two goals this season, add that to the 15 goals and 9 assists he got in the Bundesliga last season you have a good and in form striker.