With Gameweek 13 just a few days away, we look at players who provide good options as differentials. We look at "Form", "Average Points Per Match","Goals Scored","Assists","Clean Sheets","Influence","Creativity","Threat","Passing Accuracy","Tackles Won" and "Bonus Points". Our Gameweek 13 choices are as follows:
DREAM: Heung-Min Son - Tottenham (£8.0m)
Son is one of those players who may not provide you with fantasy returns every week but the day he does, he makes up for all the gameweeks you owned him and he didn't deliver. On 5 goals and 2 assists so far this season and with all of them coming at home bar a goal he scored away against Watford, Son is well and truly expected to get some marvelous returns this gameweek at home versus Southampton that often struggle away from home and will be missing at least two key players at the back, Cédric and Bertrand, so Son can only profit.
WILDCARD: Manuel Lanzini (£6.8m)
With one goal and 5 assists as it stands, Lanzini should be fresh for the visit of Bournemouth this gameweek, having served a 2-match ban for diving. He may not be a chance-creating machine but everytime West Ham score, he's usually behind the goal and with a double gameweek looming for the Hammers in a week time, Lanzini becomes an even more exciting prospect.
SELECTION: Andrew Robertson - Liverpool (£4.6m)
Robertson may have just one assist, three clean sheets and three bonus points so far but all of them happened in as short as seven games. Since Moreno picked up an injury that ruled him for over six weeks, Robertson made the left-back position his own so, bar any tactical or fitness-related rotation, he should be in contention to start against Swansea at Anfield. With the Swans struggling to score or keep a clean sheet, Robertson is capable of returns at both ends of the pitch.