Gameweek 36 Preview; Top 3 differentials :
Alexis Mac Allister – Brighton (£5.5M):
Scoring two goals in his last two games, the Argentine is still heavily involved in most attacks developed by his team, as reflected by firing in a minimum of three shots in all of his most recent seven appearances except one, while amassing a total of thirteen chances created. Strengthening his case for selection is being the number one penalty taker for Brighton while having a clean related record so far, on top of the double-gameweek boost.
Callum Wilson – Newcastle (£7.1M):
In spite of some fitness issues, the Newcastle forward has found the net five times in his last four outings although some of these were notched through cameos but he is clearly playing in more promising positions than teammate Alexander Isak (£7M) as their expected goals ratio reflect. During that four-game run, Callum Wilson has attempted eleven shots with more than 60% percent of them being on target, while Alexander Isak has only eight shots during the same period and while featuring in more minutes. It is basically high risk – high reward and with a double-gameweek fir Newcastle, even a double-up could be an interesting option !
Julian Alvarez – Manchester City (£6M):
The Manchester City forward may be getting increased minutes for the remainder of the season, especially as he just scored three goals and delivered two assists in his last seven outings to take his record up to eight goals and three assists for the season. A record that is likely to be improved by a double-gameweek looming on the horizon as well as the possibility of playing more, even replacing Erling Haaland represents a possibility while the club is concentrating on Champions League football.
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