Last week we saw some welcomed green arrows for the FPL Differentials XI, as we saw our point hit for Wilfried Bony pay off! Before we go any further, here is how the team looked at the end of the fantasy premier league gameweek:
So, it was a score of 54 points, which ended up above average! This saw the Differentials achieve some green arrows, of which we will be hoping for more in the coming weeks! Unfortunately Stekelenburg picked up an injury, so in comes Gomes who had a tough fixture and could only conjure up a single point for the team. In front of him we saw another injury hit us as Lovren was out injured, whilst the other three picked up 7 points between them, which isn’t a bad return, but could be a lot better.
In the middle of the park, it was a little disappointing as Shaqiri, Eriksen and Bolasie all failed to impress. However, Moses did manage to pick us up an assist as he and West Ham beat Crystal Palace 1-3. Moses is unfortunately not able to play this coming weekend as West Ham face his owners Chelsea.
Now to the fun part! Bony! A last minute decision to take a punt on Wilfried paid off massively as he scored more than half of the teams points as captain! 32 points, keep it up lad! Then we have Troy Deeney… Lets not ruin the mood!
So onto the changes:
Dann (OUT) -> Souare (IN)
Son (OUT) -> Ayoze (IN)
So with another point hit, which we think will pay off in the coming weeks, here is how we line-up:
Starting XI: Gomes (4.8%), Dawson (4.4%), Amavi (1.9%), Souare (2.7%), Lens (0.4%), Eriksen (4.5%), Bolasie (4.1%), Shaqiri (1.3%), Ayoze (1.2%), Bony (3.0%), Deeney (2.3%)
Bench: Stekelenburg (1.5%), Moses (0.5%), Reid (1.0%), Lovren (1.2%)
So to kick things off we have gone back to the ever reliable Gomes in between the sticks as the Hornets face Stoke this coming week. In front of him we have a back three consisting of; Dawson, Amavi and Souare who all have decent fixtures, is a clean sheet or two too much to ask?
In the middle of the park we have Lens back in the starting XI, as he comes back from suspension. We also have Eriksen, Bolasie and Shaqiri, who we look to for some big performances this weekend.
Finally, up top we start last week’s hero, Bony. Alongside him we see Deeney, who really needs to step up to the plate this weekend, otherwise he may just see his time up. Finally we have new boy and captain for the week, Ayoze Perez.