The final few gameweeks are here. A lot’s been decided but a lot more to decide, including where you finish in
the FPL rankings at the end of the season. We have chosen 3 Hidden Gems for Gameweek 33 that have the potential to boost you up the rankings if they work out well.
1) Bernardo Silva
Fixture: Manchester United (H)
David Silva’s namesake has had some tough competition making his way into the star-studded City midfield, but the Portuguese has charismatically performed well every time he was given the chance to do so. Though given limited game time, he has managed putting some impressive shifts along the way, including a goal each against Chelsea and Arsenal the last time he completed 90 minutes.
Midweek UCL action against Liverpool means that Bernanrdo SIlva is sure to feature in a large chunk of the game; if not start against cross town rivals who don’t have much to play for against their noisy neighbours who have the chance to win the league in this very match. And it’s the young lad who will be amongst those responsible to give City that final nudge to the finish line. With an ownership of just 1.4%, he could be an effective differential in a big game.
2) Victor Moses
Fixture: West Ham United (H)
This time it’s a might god’s namesake who makes our way into the hidden gems this week. Victor Moses is one of Chelsea’s ‘under-the-radar’ performers this season. Collecting 98 points considering his game time is a respectable feat and we believe he’ll be racking up some more in the final few weeks.
Since Game Week 24, Victor Moses has racked up 2 goals and 4 assists, making the most of the game time he has received. He loves getting into good positions, can track back well and facing a poor West Ham team means he can get clean sheet points as well. It’ll be interesting to see how much the Nigerian racks up this week.
3)Dominic Calvert Lewin
Fixture: Liverpool (H)
Yes, we know the Toffees face the all-mighty Liverpool who have been rip-roaring the best of teams in the second half of the season. But the Merseyside derby promises goals everytime, and with Liverpool playing midweek, and Salah with a possibility of not featuring; Everton have a really good chance to hurt Liverpool. DCL will be the tool which can help aid Everton and give them a chance of getting something from this fixture.
Priced at just £5.0m, his 4 goals and 8 assists speak a lot for his form this season. He’s racked up consecutive assists against Stoke and Manchester City and loves getting involved up ahead. This is despite Cenk Tosun taking over the striker role, which means he has it in him to flexibily adjust in other positions. Not only that, but no player has had a hand in Everton’s goal involvement this season more than this guy. So fetch him for the coming few gameweeks.