Follow Your Sport returns yet again this week to help you pick out some differentials or “hidden gems” ahead of a pivotal Gameweek 32.
Fixture: West Brom(A)
The New Zealand striker was out for quite some time before making a dazzling return against Everton 3 weeks ago, scoring and helping Burnley secure their first win in 12 Premier League games. The Kiwi was even more impressive in the next game against West Ham, as he was involved in all 3 second half goals to sink the home side, scoring 2 in the process. The Burnley top scorer, owned by just 1.1% of FPL players, managed to collect 20 points in just 74 minutes of game time in 2 matches combined, and he’ll be looking to continue this goal-scoring streak against bottom club West Bromwich Albion who have become a defensive liability themselves lately.
Fixture: Huddersfield (H)
Signed on loan from Chelsea in the January transfer window, the Brazilian youngster has been impressive in shifts at his new club, including an impressive debut against Burnley, creating his side’s goal. Barring an understandably tough game against Liverpool, Newcastle have had a decent run in the Premier League, and Kenedy has been a part of it, whether directly or indirectly.
A couple of Magpies are on the ⬆️
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Though his last game was the best he played for Newcastle yet, as he scored 2 in a 3-0 home win against Southampton. He collected 16 points in that game, which includes 3 bonus points and CS points. Newcastle play at home again in gameweek 32, this time against Huddersfield, and acquiring Kenedy might seem a great option, especially considering his meagre price of £4.8 in respect to his form.
Fixture: West Ham (A)
Definitely Southampton’s missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle, the striker is being heavily missed by his club. But now that he is fit, chances are he’ll be instantly brought back into the squad to help his club’s case, who’ll be ready to take desperate measures for something to lift them off the relegation places. The striker managed to score 6 goals in the extremely limited time he’s played in the league his season, with injuries catching up on him. But now fit and looking for goals, we believe he can cause impact against West Ham at the London Stadium, who have conceded 11 in 3 games and have their own fans against them taking their case. Owned by less than 1% of the FPL managers yet, £5.8m is a bargain before he starts firing and his price and ownership levels increase. Get him before the masses do!