Hi all and welcome to the differentials article for GW14
Danny Ings, 6.0mil, 4.0%
Firstly this week we have the former Burnley and Liverpool striker Ings, over the last few seasons Danny Ings has struggled for form and with injury, but he seems to be performing well this season and scoring lots of goals. He's definitely been Southampton's shining light this season so far. Ings has scored 6 goals this season to date, including 5 in his last 7 games. That 5 in 7 has gone quite unnoticed because most teams have a template strike force of Vardy, Abraham and Jimenez. It's a pretty good goal tally for Ings considering he started the season playing second fiddle to Che Adams too. Southampton have a good run fixture wise too, with home games against Watford, Norwich and West Ham and away games at Newcastle and Villa in their next five
Lucas Moura, 7.0mil, 4.0%
Sometimes a manager sacking paves a way on FPL for a player or two and this feels like that can be the case for the Spurs and Brazilian wide player. Hardly ever used by Pochettino and only priced at 7million could he be a mainstay in Mourinho's spurs team?
He's started both games since Mourinho has joined and had a goal and assist so far meaning he probably will feature heavily.
Spurs are home to Bournemouth and Burnley and away to Man United and Wolves in the next four games. Decent games for Spurs, with Moura's goalscoring pedigree (10 goals last season and a champions league semi final hattrick) you can bank on him returning.. if he is trusted to play
Gabriel Jesus, 9.5mil, 1.8%
Ever thought what a great FPL prospect Gabriel Jesus would be if he was at a club where he was the main striker? Well this could be the case in the next 3/4 games as Sergio Aguero has been ruled out for a few weeks by the manager. We all know he can score goals given the chance, but he's normally playing second fiddle to Aguero.
In the last two seasons he has scored 13 and 7 goals in not very many games.
Man City play Newcastle United away, then Burnley away, followed by Man United, Arsenal and Leicester. Pretty hard games, but Man City can turn it on against anybody. A very nice differential.