The Differentials XI unfotunately saw red arrows last week, after what was quite a long time and to be fair it was an awesome run of green arrows for the team. Well, all good things have to come to an end. Our attack floundered big time, while our defenders did a good job. 40 points and a captain blank, here is how it looked at the end of the week:
This gameweek is a teaser to the real double game week next weekend, as Everton and Crystal palace both play twice this week. Since our Wildcard has been used already and we had just 1 free transfer, we decided to bring Bolasie in. We already have Lennon and Jagielka, so Bolasie seemed like the best differential option since he plays Norwich and Everton at home in gameweek 33. It should also be noted that he did play up top in his last match and had quite a few shots on target. Pardew mentioned that his team need to score more goals and I think they will look to secure their top flight status in the coming weeks.
So, this is how we line up for gameweek 33:
Starting XI: Courtois (8.7%), Jagielka (6.9%), Walker (3.4%), Simpson (6.6%), Bolasie (3.5%), Lennon (1.6%), Silva (6.1%), Antonio (4.3%), Rondon (1.5%), Deeney (4.7%), Pelle (8.0%)
Bench: Adrian (5.5%), Wollscheid (4.3%), Dawson (3.6%), Shaqiri (1.3%)
It was a tough captaincy pick for the differentials this week. While we thought of handing it to Bolasie, in the end we settled for a man who has been in fine form recently. He faces a Newcastle side who can’t stop conceding goals at the moment. Yes, that man is Graziano Pelle!
The coming gameweeks are going to be a ton of fun as we have 2 consecutive double gameweeks followed by a blank for few teams in gameweek 35. This is then followed by another double gameweek in week 37!
Be sure to let us know which double gameweek players have you brought in and what’s your plan for the coming weeks!
Written by FPL Ghost