Jack Grealish’s injury problems are still niggling away, which can leave many players with millions to spend before GW32 within the Premier League.
Here are our latest shouts.
Pablo Marí – Defender (Arsenal), 4.4 million
Mikel Arteta’s eggs all seem to be in his Europa League basket with Arsenal this season, because the Gunners still struggle with building any Premier League momentum.
Marí will presumably start for Arsenal, in what's a really winnable game despite their problems, and at 4.4 million with 0.1% ownership, this might be an honest differential.
Romain Saïss – Defender (Wolves), 4.9 million
Wolves looked poor defensively in their 1-0 win over Fulham on Friday, but now have an opportunity to place things right against sheffield united on Saturday.
Scott Parker’s men are going to be low on confidence after discard an important lead at Villa Park last weekend, and this is often something Wolves can maximize .
Saïss has popped up with three goals this season and also helped his side keep a clean sheet the last time these two sides met.
Jesse Lingard – Midfielder (West Ham), 6.3 million
It’s impossible to ignore Lingard at the instant , with two goals and two assists within the last two gameweeks.
West Ham’s game against Newcastle is very large for his or her top four hopes, and David Moyes’ men need Lingard to intensify again if they're to continue this push for the ecu places.
Ilkay Gündogan – Midfielder (Man City), 6.0 million
Manchester City vs Aston villa should be a stimulating game on 21st April, with the reverse fixture a cracking 2-0 earlier in January.
Pep’s men will undoubtedly have one eye on their second leg against Dortmund on Wednesday.
Gündogan has 12 league goals this season and has been crucial for City during this title charge.
At 6.0 million, he should be in your team.
Danny Ings – Forward (Southampton), 8.4 million
Ings returned from injury with a goal and an assist against Burnley in GW30, and is now set to face Leicester city.
He will still fancy his chances of creating Gareth Southgate’s Euro squad for the summer, but he has got to stay fit, and keep firing within the goals.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin only has one goal in his last eight PL games, so it might be time for a switch up top.
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