Differential Potential: Gameweek 30

Goalkeeper

Artur Boruc: 10% ownership
A favourable fixture this week coupled with a fixture in BGW31, Artur Boruc is a handy little pickup for the next couple of weeks. Bournemouth’s leaky defence should mean plenty of saving opportunities for the Pole, even against goal shy Huddersfield.

GW30 score: 10.25 points

Defenders

Angelo Ogbonna: 12% ownership

Similar to Boruc, Angelo Ogbonna has fixtures in both of the next two gameweeks, making him a solid pick. After picking up a clean sheet in his last run out, the Italian scored 15.75 point. With Cardiff and Huddersfield to come, similar scores should be on the cards.

GW30 score: 4.25 points

Serge Aurier: 32% ownership

Tottenham’s right backs were rotated regularly last season. However, despite not enjoying the best run of form, Kieran Trippier has left Serge Aurier playing second fiddle this season. With the England full back ruled out of the trip to Southampton at the weekend, Aurier looks set to keep his place after performing well in the Champion’s League in midweek and, therefore, becomes an excellent differential pick.

GW30 score: 0 points

Jeffrey Schlupp: 46% ownership

Jeffrey Schlupp is on fire at the moment! Another assist in GW29 lead to a 19 point haul and impossible to ignore as a differential. Averaging 17.25 points over the last five weeks, Schlupp is a no brainer.

GW30 score: 5 points

Midfielders

Manuel Lanzini: 55% ownership

It looks like Manuel Lanzini has wasted no time at all in re-finding his form after his lengthy layoff. A tidy display against Newcastle was made sweeter by the fact he lasted the full 90 minutes. Games against Cardiff and Huddersfield will surely see him register a goal or assist.

GW30 score: 0.5 points

Harvey Barnes: 39% owned

Gameweek 29 wasn’t the best for Harvey Barnes. If ever there’s a fixture needed to get back the feel good factor, it’s a home game against Fulham.

GW30 score: 14.5 points

Mo Diame: 5% owned

News of Sean Longstaff’s season ending injury will be devastating for the young lad and the Toon faithful that have quickly started to adore him. One man that will benefit, however, is powerhouse midfielder Mo Diame. One of many in the “next Vieira” category, Diame scores well in this scoring format thanks to his combative, all action style. His not afraid to shoot, either.

GW30 score: 0 points

Olaksandr Zinchenko: 38% ownership

It looks like Pep has found his left back. Oleksandr Zinchenko is hardly a household name but that job he is doing as a stand in full back for City is obviously one that his manager appreciates. His consistent performances have also led to consistent scoring in Fantrax with the Ukrainian scoring double figures in 3 of his last 6 appearances.

GW 30 score: 2.5 points

Victor Camarasa: 50% ownership

He’s finally back! Our old favourite differential midfielder made his full comeback in GW29 and will be looking to add to his three goals and three assists in the home game against the Hammers this week. We love Victor Camarasa.

GW30 score: 18.5 points

Forwards

Steve Mounie: 51% ownership

The brightest spark in a very dim Huddersfield side, Steve Mounie is another one worth owning for the next couple of weeks. Mounie has one more aerials than any other forward this season with a colossal 184. He will fancy his chances against a less than watertight Bournemouth defence.

GW30 score: 1.5 points

Dominic Calvert Lewin: 20% ownership

Low ownership forwards are hard to come across it seems. Dominic Calvert Lewin seems to be getting the nod for Everton at the moment, meaning he gets included in our differential XI. Another one with a fixture next week too, Calvert Lewin will relish the physical battle this week against Newcastle’s three centre halves.

GW30 score: 17 points

Total score: 74 points

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