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 - Charlie Daniels (Bournemouth)
Despite only two attacking returns so far in addition to two clean sheets, Charlie Daniels is expected to provide more returns in the next gameweeks. With three home matches among the next four, including the reception of Huddersfield this gameweek, the Cherries' full-back, owned by 9.4% at the moment, is likely to get returns at both ends of the pitch and considering he's as cheap as £4.8m, he may be a very decent pick.
MID - Sadio Mané (Liverpool)
Excluding the game against Man. City during which he got sent off, Sadio Mané has a higher points-per-game rate than Coutinho. The Senegalese winger only returned from injury last gameweek and provided two assists in Liverpool's 4-1 victory against West Ham taking his tally to 3 goals and 2 assists so far this season. With Liverpool hosting the struggling Southampton, he would be a great alternative to the highly-owned Salah if you're seeking a differential.
STK - Oumar Niasse (Everton)
A surprising pick to say the least but Niasse delivered almost everytime he was needed despite not featuring much. 4 goals in under 300 minutes of play is a good record the forward is expected to improve now that Koeman got sacked. A full game, a goal and maximum bonus points against Watford last gameweek should see him keep his spot up front against Crystal Palace this weekend.