With the international break now over, it’s time to get back into selecting your Fantasy Premier League team for Gameweek 32.
Given that we are heading into the final few fixtures of the campaign, it’s all down to perfect planning and player selection, with differentials likely to also play a big part in your success.
With a double gameweek coming up, you need to begin plotting a number of future moves in order to avoid some players getting zero points should their team not feature in the following fixtures.
In the previous round of fixtures we went with Chelsea’s Bertrand Traore, West Bromwich Albion’s Salomon Rondon, and Sunderland’s Jermaine Defoe.
Traore failed to feature the full fixture and only managed to pick up a point, while Rondon was unable to net his third goal in three games, registering only two points.
However, Defoe managed to net his 12th goal of the campaign, registering a total of eight points courtesy of playing the full 90 minutes and getting a bonus as well.
So, here are three possible Fantasy Premier League differentials for you to consider ahead of Gameweek 32.
West Ham United attacker Michail Antonio (5.4 and owned by 4.2%) could be a very beneficial selection given that he has been on very good form in recent months. He has scored three goals in his previous four fixtures, totaling six goals and three assists so far.
The Hammers will take on Crystal Palace, who are currently sitting 16th on the table and have not won any of their previous 13 league fixtures. A win for West Ham will also keep them in contention for a top four spot as they only trail fourth place side Manchester City by a point.
Chelsea forward Pedro (8.8 and owned by 2.0%) could be another great choice given that Eden Hazard is still struggling with a hip injury. The former Barcelona star has been struggling to hold down a regular role, but could now have the chance to prove himself against relegation threaten side Aston Villa.
With Villa already losing 58 goals this season, Blues boss Guus Hiddink is expected to tell his squad to go on the attack. Pedro has already scored four goals while providing another three assist and could now add to his tally as well as prove himself before Hazard returns to full fitness.
Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck (7.3 and owned by 1.1%) has been on great form ever since returning from a lengthy spell on the sidelines. He only made his first appearance of the campaign back in Gameweek 26, scoring a goal despite only playing eight minutes as a substitute.
He has since gone to score three goals while providing one assist from his last five fixtures and is in line to start against 14th place Watford. The Gunners will need to ensure that they pick up all three points this weekend as they could still miss out on a top four spot.