Another green arrow means things are going too well recently. Here’s how the Differentials XI looked at the end of the week:
So the Differentials XI are up to 668k in the world. That equates to the top 15.8% of FPL managers which is outstanding given the obstacles the Differentials XI has. Gameweek 20 saw Shawcross, Alli and Giroud all achieve 15 points while Snodgrass bagged 10 points; not bad for players under 10% ownership (or they were at the time!). Outside of that, Rondon and Rose got 5 points each. 73 points in total, 24 above average. Bravo. Hopefully this week will have the same outcome!
Just the one change:
Alli (OUT) -> Mkhitaryan (IN)
Here’s the team:
Starting XI: Forster (5.0%), Luiz (4.1%), Rose (8.6%), Shawcross (1.7%), Pedro (3.2%), Mkhitaryan (2.6%), Willian (4.4%), Snodgrass (10.0%), Giroud (5.3%), Rondon (9.0%), Benteke (7.3%)
Bench: Stekelenburg (2.4%), Dawson (1.3%), Coleman (4.6%), Pereyra (0.3%)
Forster is in goal again. No need for change. He’s a solid performer and away to Burnley, he has a chance of a clean sheet. In defence, Rose and Shawcross are my best chance of a return with David Luiz and Chelsea conceding 2 in each of their past 2 games, looking to have somewhat have ended their amazing clean sheet run.
In midfield, the double blues boys remain. One of Pedro and Willian will start, the other will make a sub appearance. Not an ideal situation but I’ll make do until I activate my wildcard. Mkhitaryan comes in for Alli who’s ownership has understandably surged after 7 goals in 4 games. It’s quite satisfying knowing I have both Giroud and Mkhitaryan in the line up after their spectacular goals in recent weeks. Snodgrass completes the midfield and is captaining the side. He’s been Hull’s star man, scoring close to 40% of Hull’s goals.
Up top is Giroud who should be looking to perform after securing his new contract. Rondon is up against Tottenham which will most likely result in a 2 point output. Benteke looks like he’ll be fit according to big Sam who faces his old managerial side, West Ham.
Written by FPL Avids (@FPLAvids)