We head into the upcoming round of Premier League matches keeping in mind that both Crystal Palace and Everton play two games each this weekend.
It is important to plan ahead given that a host of clubs will have a double gameweek in the upcoming round of fixtures.
Differentials will play a huge part these next few weeks as many fantasy players a bound to have a similar team to one another in order to benefit from the extra fixtures.
Last week we went with West Ham United’s Michail Antonio, Chelsea’s Pedro, and Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck.
Both Welbeck and Antonio failed to capitalize on their chances, picking up only two points each for completing the required 60 minutes.
However, Pedro, who was owned by a very small group of players, managed to register 16 points with his performance in the 4-0 win over Aston Villa.
So, here are three possible Fantasy Premier League differentials for you to consider ahead of Gameweek 33.
Crystal Palace star Yannick Bolasie (6.0 and owned by 3.6%) could prove to be a very smart selection given that his side plays two matches this week. Despite being rather quiet in recent weeks, the chance to double your points from his two games will be too impossible not to miss.
Bolasie has featured a host of times during the campaign, so far managing to score four goals while providing another two assists. Even if he just plays for 60 minutes in both matches, your bound to pick up some reasonable points when he takes on Norwich City and then Everton.
Everton winger Aaron Lennon (5.6 and owned by 1.8%) has been on a run of form in recent matches and could register you decent points given his team’s double gameweek. He has already scored five goals this season, with four coming from his last seven matches.
He has featured on a regular basis over the past few fixtures and is once again in line to continue for manager Roberto Martinez in the upcoming clashes. The Toffees take on Watford in their first game before facing Crystal Palace to complete their double for the week.
Manchester City star Kevin de Bruyne (10.3 and owned by 6.1%) is a very good selection given that he managed to score a goal on his return from a lengthy sideline spell. He missed seven matches with an injury, but netted in the 4-0 win over Bournemouth at the weekend.
De Bruyne has been on impressive form since his arrival from Wolfsburg in the summer, so far managing to score six goals while providing another nine assists in the league this term. With City hosting West Bromwich Albion this weekend, he is bound to add more to his current tally.