Top Differentials For Gameweek 13


The international break has come to an end, and it’s time to put national teams aside and shift our attention back to our fantasy Premier League squad for Gameweek 13. If you entered the break with a downward-pointing arrow, we know how frustrating it can be to have to endure it for an extra week without the ability to make changes. Well, the opportunity has arrived: The pursuit of points and the quest for Fantasy Premier League bragging rights are set to resume.

Here are some players with a Total Selection Percentage (TSB) of at least 5% and you can consider them as differentials.

Bernardo Silva (6.6m, Man City)

Bernardo Silva is currently enjoying his best form of the season before facing Liverpool. With returns in the last three Gameweeks, he has collected 28 points through two goals and two assists. Silva’s contributions in key passes and big chances created have been impressive for Man City. Considering Liverpool’s struggle to keep clean sheets away, Silva appears set to play a crucial role for City once more.

Jack Harrison (5.5m, Everton)

Jack Harrison’s inclusion in Everton’s starting lineup has significantly improved the team’s prospects. Since his first start in Gameweek 8, he’s got one goal and three assists in five appearances. Harrison’s average of 5.6 points per match in this period highlights his impact, contributing to 50% of Everton’s goals when he plays. Despite Everton’s limited scoring at Goodison Park, their underlying stats suggest they’ll pose significant challenges for Manchester United when playing at home, ranking among the top sides in shots and big chances created.

James McAtee (4.4m, Sheffield United)

James McAtee from Sheffield United, currently on loan, looks forward to continuing his impressive streak at home as AFC Bournemouth comes visiting. His recent performances at Bramall Lane included crucial assists against Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers, earning him nine points. Over the last four Gameweeks, he’s been the key creator for Sheffield United, producing seven chances, more than any other player in his team. Bournemouth, under Andoni Iraola, has struggled defensively away from home, conceding at least three goals in four out of five away matches this season.

Rayan Ait-Nouri (4.5m, Wolves)

Rayan Ait-Nouri, the Algerian player for Wolverhampton Wanderers, has enhanced his attacking threat due to a recent positional change. His role as a wing-back or winger in the last six Gameweeks has seen an increase in his attacking involvement, with seven shots and seven key passes. Wolves will face Fulham, a team that has struggled to score goals recently, enhancing Ait-Nouri’s prospects for defensive returns. Fulham’s poor record in scoring over the last few Gameweeks, with just two goals and three big chances, is the worst in the league, which bodes well for Ait-Nouri’s chances of a clean sheet at Craven Cottage.

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