Gameweek 32 Preview; Top 3 differentials :
Michael Olise – Crystal Palace (£5.5M):
After notching a hattrick of assists in a single tie two gameweeks ago, the attacking prospect has been very unlucky not to improve his record set on two goals and eight assists, with only two midfielders cheaper than him bettering his assist tally so far. Having fired in nine shots and delivered ten key passes in his last four outings, he seems to be encouraged to play higher up the pitch since the managerial change involving his club and his appeal is even boosted by his set-piece duties that should enable him to grab a fantasy football return or a few as Crystal Palace goes head-to-head with Everton at home.
Diogo Jota – Liverpool (£8.7M):
Having scored his first goal and actually his first brace of the season, the Portugese forward seems to have put his injury issues behind him as he gears for a favourable run-in to the campaign with Liverpool including no blank gameweeks and five games about to be played at home out of the remaining eight. Although he could be rested or rotated at some point, his recent form should make a solid argument for him to cement his starting position and with the Reds apparently improving as of late, attacking involvements should be on the menu for their assets!
Alexander Isak – Newcastle (£6.7M):
In spite of missing up to fifteen games this season, the forward continues to impress since his return from injury by reflecting a record of eight goals to his name so far, with only two other cheaper strikers finding the net more times. Seemingly featuring more than teammate Callum Wilson (£6.9M) in terms of playing minutes, the Swedish has attempted a minimum of two shots in each of his last seven matches bar one and looks to be on the receiving end of most chanced created by his teammates, perhaps a sign of things to come as he is expected to be on the scoresheet a few more times!
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