Spurs right-back could be worth to involve in your fantasy squad against the Sheffield United, who have the worst start since the end of covid-19 break.
With so many Gameweeks in so few days, this is the time of year when Fantasy Premier League mini-leagues can be won or lost.
So, for managers looking for a low-owned first-team player with big points potential to catch out their rivals, here are the #Paneorder ’s differential pick for Gameweek 32+.
Serge Aurier (TOT) 5.0m, 6.7 per cent ownership
The Spurs right-back goes into Gameweek 32 having kept producing performances in either end of the pitch in last two appearances.
Aurier recorded a clean sheet against West Ham United, his sixth shutout in as many Gameweeks.
On Thursday he faces Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, where he produced four points including 2 bonus points in his previous encounter.
The team of defensive demons is sure to provide a host of clean sheets across the campaign and the rest of fixtures, as well as their fair share of attacking contributions.
The Liverpool trio (Alexander-Arnold, Robertson and van Dijk) were the backbone of the Red’s title team while Ederson was a mainstay for Pep Guardiola’s rotation roulette.
Doherty has a useful habit of harvesting bonus points and returns from both end for Wolves while there is also budget left over for the Newcastle skipper, Lascelles and Arsenal squad members, Martinez, Saka and Nketiah.
The front six are set for solid seasons, including Fernandes, De Bruyne and Traore while Martial, Rashford and Jimenez are no strangers to the scoresheet.
My draft XI 4-4-2 (Current price): Ederson (6.0), van Dijk (6.5), Robertson (7.0), Alexander-Arnold (7.8), Doherty (6.4), Fernandes (8.7), Martial (8.1), De Bruyne (10.7), Traore (5.8), Rashford (9.0), Jimenez (8.3)
Bench Martinez (4.2), Saka (4.7), Nketiah (4.4), Lascelles (4.3)Total = 101.9
The Paneorder says Manchester City midfielder has had more than twice as many as Bernardo Silva in his last two matches.
The Analyst is selecting an overlooked player who could be set for a breakout Gameweek 32+ in Fantasy Premier League.
Phil Foden (MCI) 5.1m
The Manchester City midfielder is found in only 1.3 per cent of squads ahead of his home match against Liverpool.
Foden has become a key figure for Citizens, starting the last game he has been available for.
The 20-year-old has seized his opportunity, scoring in wins over Arsenal off the bench and Burnley in that period.
The Englishman has also recorded three goals in those two fixtures.
Liverpool visit Etihad Stadium this Gameweek with the best record in the league.
During the hectic fixtures, both teams will make some changes and rotate their squad members.
With his growing influence on Man City’s attack, Foden can profit from that Pep’s rotation policy and extend his recent run of returns even from a substitute appearance.
The Paneorder says Manchester United defender offers strong all-round potential in coming fixtures.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (MUN) 5.3m
The Man Utd right-back can deliver points at both ends of the pitch away from home to Brighton & Hove Albion next Wednesday.
Wan-Bissaka has enjoyed his most successful attacking season in FPL, producing three assists over his 28 Gameweek appearances.
Prior to this term, he had also managed only three assists in his previous Premier League campaign.
The underlying statistics highlight Wan-Bissaka’s defence resilience at the back.
His total of 8 clean sheets rank second and behind his skipper Harry Maguire (5.3m) nine among Red Devil’s defenders.
And his crossing, in particular, could be decisive against Graham Potter’s side in mid-week.
The Seagull, meanwhile, have only scored 34 goals, bottomed seventh in the league.
The Wolves forward has been a big success in recent matches.
Jimenez scored in a 2-0 win over West Ham in Gameweek 30+ and then grabbed the only goal in a 1-0 win with Bournemouth in Gameweek 31+.
He earned 17 points over that pair of fixtures.
The in-form Mexican now faces a Aston Villa side who have struggled defensively this season.
The Lions had a goalless draw with Sheffield United; they have managed only this single clean sheet in their last five home matches.