Fantasy Premier League differential options for Gameweek 21

With the upcoming round of Premier League fixtures only a day away, it’s about time people begin considering their options in regards to their fantasy team.

From an injury ravaged Liverpool squad to a misfiring Manchester United attack, everyone will need to begin taking risk in order to pip their opponents to a top spot.

It’s always safe to select the most popular players, but having the same selection as your competitors will only bring you back to where you began.

This is exactly why you need to consider a few differentials for Gameweek 21 in order to surprise everyone in your league with a number of interesting choices.

Due to the majority of teams selecting players like Arsenal star Mesut Ozil and Leicester City attacking pair Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy, it’s about time to start thinking outside of the box.

Here are three Fantasy Premier League differentials for you to consider heading into Gameweek 21.

Anthony Martial

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Manchester United forward Anthony Martial (7.6 and owned by 8%) could be an interesting choice given that he is one of the only players in the squad capable of given you decent points.

He picked up 12 points against Swansea City in the previous round of fixtures with one goal as well as an assist and could do the same against a struggle Newcastle United side.

Dimitri Payet

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West Ham United star Dimitri Payet (7.7 and owned by 8.5%) was an instant favourite during his first few matches for the Hammers before picking up a lengthy injury.

However, he has now returned to full fitness and could very well carry on the form which has so far seen him score four goals while providing another five assists against upcoming opponents Bournemouth.

Shane Long

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Southampton star Shane Long (5.7 and owned by 0.7%) can be a huge differential selection for your team given that very few players have him in their squad.

With first-choice striker Graziano Pelle still doubtful for the visit of Watford, Long could replicate the form which saw him score two in the 4-0 win over current Premier League leaders Arsenal late last year.