Fantasy Premier League differentials ahead of GW 24

It’s time for another round of Premier League fixtures as we look at three players you should consider when picking your Fantasy Premier League team ahead of Gameweek 24.

There are some notable fixtures worth keeping an eye on as we see Sunderland face Manchester City, Watford hosting Chelsea, and West Ham United taking on Aston Villa.

Last week’s selection of Gerard Deulofeu, Jonny Evans, and Christian Eriksen looks to have paid off with two of the three players registering some decent points.

Deulofeu was unable to help Everton overcome Swansea City, earning only two points, while Jonny Evans managed to keep a clean sheet against Aston Villa, adding another six points to his tally.

Eriksen also rewarded players who picked him with a total of seven points after managing to register one assist in the 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

So, whether you agree with our selections or not, here are three Fantasy Premier League differentials for you to consider ahead of Gameweek 24.

Michail Antonio


West Ham United winger Michail Antonio (5.3 and owned by 1.5%) has been on impressive form since picking up a constant run of matches under manager Slaven Bilic.

He has managed to score two goals while providing another five assist from his previous six matches as he prepares to take on a struggling Aston Villa side at home. He picked up five points in the 2-2 draw with Manchester City and could very well replicate his performance on Tuesday.



Chelsea attacking midfielder Oscar (8.1 and owned by 1.3%) recently netted a hat-trick in the 5-1 FA Cup Fourth round victory over MK Dons as the Brazilian looks to have found his form.

Given that he is owned by such a small majority of Fantasy Premier League owners, he could reward you with some big points if he manages to replicate his previous displays against Watford.

Raheem Sterling


Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling (8.6 and owned by 7.6%) could be an interesting selection given the recently 10 week injury blow to Kevin De Bruyne.

He could now be given a bigger role after failing to feature the full 90 minutes on multiple occasions this season as he looks to add to his five goal three assist tally against a struggling Sunderland side.