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FPL Gameweek 15 Differentials

The World Cup is only two weeks away. FPL Managers must act now or never with the present roster of players. Haaland’s likely absence allows managers to make a move in their leagues and take some calculated risks.

This article will give you our top five FPL Gameweek 15 Differential Picks.


Vitalii Mykolenko (£4.5m, Everton) vs Leicester (H)

Mykolenko is a component of the Everton defense, which is fourth in the league with only 12 goals allowed. 

Regarding games played at Goodison Park, that tally is even better. Frank Lampard’s team has conceded the fewest goals to score at home (4).

The right side of the Foxes’ defense is where their weakness lies. The worst percentage in the league is the 32% of chances they have given up down the right, away from home. Additionally, the Foxes have the second-worst NPxGA while traveling.


Allan Saint-Maximin (£6.2m, Newcastle) vs. Southampton (A)

As Allan Saint-Maximin makes his comeback from injury, you might be rewarded for betting on Newcastle, who have been dominating this season.

The forward, labeled as a midfielder in the game, has been injured for most of the season. But before going out injured, he did record three assists against Manchester City and a goal against Wolves.

Saint-Maximin, who made a brief cameo appearance in the weekend victory over Aston Villa, has been spotted working out in preparation for the team’s Sunday trip to Southampton.

Saint-Maximin is only on 3.4% of the FPL teams, whereas Miguel Almiron is the main focus because of his injuries. He is a strong differentiator for those bold enough to act.


Pervis Estupinan (£4.5m, Brighton) vs. Wolves (A)

Estupián contributed to Brighton’s 4-1 victory over Chelsea, which was the week’s highlight outcome. In the contest, the fullback had an assist and two extra points.

Estupián has been doing an excellent job for Brighton in bonus points scored (BPS). Among his compatriots, he has the fourth-best BPS per 90, the highest among defenders. 

Only three players have produced more opportunities for the Seagulls than the fullback, who has also made two significant ones thus far.

The final two games for Brighton are defensively advantageous. The Wolves are the only team with the fewest goals scored thus far this year (6). They also perform the poorest at home (3). 

On the other hand, Aston Villa has scored the second-fewest goals away from home (3). Therefore, Brighton has a reasonable probability of winning both of their upcoming games without allowing a goal!


Rodrigo (£6.3m, Leeds United) vs. Bournemouth (H)

Rodrigo impressed with four goals in his first three games before suffering an injury. He has appeared in prominent roles and has rediscovered his scoring form.

He has scored in both of his most recent contests, taking advantage of a mistake to put Leeds ahead and defeat Liverpool in Gameweek 14.

The forward, categorized as a midfielder on FPL, has made a significant contribution this season with excellent non-penalty xG and an average of 4.07 shots/95.

Leeds may be able to score against the team in the league that is the worst at stopping set-pieces since Bournemouth is also having trouble controlling them.


Jarrod Bowen (£8.1m, West Ham) vs. Crystal Palace (H)

Bowen has yet to have much luck scoring goals. He has the sixth-best track record for shoots inside the box among midfielders. Additionally, among players in the middle of the park, he has the ninth-best xG in the league.

The Hammers may have the most favorable schedule before the break. David Moyes’ team has won their previous three home games after a rocky start. 

The home stadium has grown on Bowen in particular. His three attacking returns this season have all occurred at home. Ten of his 12 goals from last season came at home. He has also scored in 3 out of the four home games in Europe this season.

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