Fantasy Premier League differentials ahead of Gameweek 29

With Premier League matches coming thick and fast, we get closer to another round of matches as it is now time to once again shift a few players from your Fantasy Team around.

Heading into the weekend, we have highlighted the Manchester City versus Aston Villa, Crystal Palace versus Liverpool, and Southampton versus Sunderland matches as the ones to keep an eye on.

Taking a look at our previous selections, we named Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck, Stoke City’s Xherdan Shaqiri, and United’s Marcus Rashford as possible differentials.

However, only Shaqiri managed to pick up decent points as the attacker registered a total of nine points in the 1-0 win over Newcastle United.

Given the huge number of rotations due to the tight match schedule, getting your selection correct can give you a huge advantage if only a few fantasy players share the same pick as you.

So, now we give you three possible Fantasy Premier League differential ahead of Gameweek 29.

David Silva

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Manchester City star David Silva (9.8 and owned by 4.8%) could be a beneficial selection given that he will face a struggling Aston Villa side who sit bottom of the Premier League table.

He has been featuring regularly for his side in recent months, scoring one goal while providing another eight assists. With City needing a win after their 3-0 loss to Liverpool and Villa struggling to find form, the Spain international could be in line to register some decent points.

Adam Lallana

Adam Lallana

Liverpool attacker Adam Lallana (7.3 and owned by 0.6%) has been on a great run of form in recent weeks and previously registered 14 points in the 3-0 win over Manchester City. His side take on Crystal Palace, who have now gone 11 games without a win.

Lallana has already registered three goals and two assists from his previous six matches, while a repeat of his previous performance could surely see him add to that tally.

Graziano Pelle

Graziano Pelle (centre)

Southampton striker Graziano Pelle (7.8 and owned by 7.0%) is another selection that could be given the opportunity to impress after losing out on his regular role earlier in the campaign.

Despite losing his place in the starting 11, Pelle has already registered six goals and five assists this term. He is expected to lead the lines for his side against 17th place Sunderland given that Shane Long and Charlie Austin are both unavailable for selection.