The never-ending pressure of remaining ahead of the peers and climbing up the ranking ladder continues to give millions of managers a brainstorm. With the league restored to its normal pace, we suggest you the three hidden gems for gameweek 24 who could be the final piece in the jigsaw puzzle you were desperately seeking out for all this while.
vs. WEST BROM ALBION (H)
We start our list with a new big-name signing in the Premier League, Everton’s target man Cenk Tosun. Tosun is being tipped as a like for like replacement for Lukaku by many experts who find the playing style of both to be similar. The Turk comes to the Premier League in superb form, after netting 12 goals in 17 appearances for Besiktas in all competitions this season. With Everton having no shortage of creative midfielders, Tosun is expected to get the service a striker of his calibre requires to succeed. Priced at £7.5 and selected by a meager 0.2%, Tosun can be the deadly differential you’ve been looking for up front.
vs. BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION (A)
Chelsea have been on a terrible run considering their fans’ high expectations from the defending Premier League champions. They have failed to win any of their last 4 games (in all competitions) in regular time and have scored only one goal in the process. Their problems are propounded by the double suspension blow of Morata and Pedro. Enter Willian. The charismatic Brazilian has not been favoured by Conte especially in his new 5-3-2 system, but stats show his superb contribution on the pitch when given game time. This game will be an opportunity for Chelsea to bounce back, and Willian to make a claim for a starting berth. With his price plummeting to £6.7, Willian seems like a good pick for this gameweek against a struggling Brighton side who lost to their visitors in the league just a month back.
vs. WATFORD (H)
Probably the most underrated British player in the league, Marc Albrighton’s consistency speaks volumes about his abilities. Being amongst the assists regularly alongside the odd goal every now and then, the wide midfielder has been a mainstay in a very good Leicester side. He has racked up 7 goals + assists in his last 15 starts and will be looking to repeat his performance of GW 20 against the same opposition, where he got an assist and 3 bonus points. Watford having no clean sheets since GW 13 would all but guarantee goals in this game, and Albrighton’s delivery will be crucial as always if Leicester have to get a result this weekend. Priced at an alarmingly low £5.6, and a selection percentage of only 3.4%, he can be the 5th midfielder your squad needs, in turn freeing up funds for other positions, while also giving a decent points return.