My Wildcard draft style: Differentials #FPL #PANEORDER #PREMIERLEAGUE

Wildcard draft style: Differentials

When many FPL bosses are drawn to the bright lights of the headline performers, there can often be value found in picking players overlooked by the masses.

These differentials are risky but could well gain you an advantage in your mini-league at the very late stage, with Dele Alli and Son Heung-min covering Harry Kane’s attacking hauls while the budget-friendly Saiss is expected to nail his place in the Wolverhampton Wanderers rearguard.

Justin is likely to benefit from Pereira’s injury woe at Leicester City and Phil Foden would have provided manager’s with an affordable alternative to Manchester City frontman Aguero until a nasty injury in Gameweek 30+ scuppered plenty of FPL plans.

Jesus is a much cheaper alternative to Aguero, despite playing alongside the Man City striker in just a handful of games this season and Chelsea’s Oliver Giroud will hope to match Abraham’s points haul at a fraction of the cost.

Starting XI (Current price, Team selected by %)

Kepa 5.4m 4.3%

Justin 4.7m 0.5%

Boly 4.8m 3.5%

Tarkowski 5.2m 3.4%

Van Aanholt 5.6m 5.7%

Son 9.8m 8.8%

Alli 8.3m 3.3%

Mahrez 8.5m 9.9%

Willian 7.0m 4.6%

Kane 10.9m 12%

Jesus 9.6m 3.8%


Martinez 4.3m 1.9%

Giroud 6.6m 2.0%

Saiss 4.7m 5.1%

Foden 5.2m 1.4%

Total cost = 100.6m

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