With games coming thick and fast following Gameweek 18, we are already nearing kick-off ahead of Gameweek 19, a time where Fantasy Premier League players need to be swift in their decisions.
Sometimes having players that are selected by a majority of your opponents can bring you further up the table, but it can also limit your chances of overtaking anyone as points are often the same.
Due to that, it is always good to have some differentials in your team and if you’re a risk taker, this could mean a huge leap up the table if you manage to get your selections right.
In addition to the upcoming round of fixtures, those who have not used their Wildcard should take these tips and maybe add one or two differential players into your squad and take away the most points possible before January.
So, let’s get a move on and review three players that are considered interesting differentials for your Fantasy Premier League team for Gameweek 19.
Aston Villa forward Jordan Ayew (5.5 and selected by just 0.6%) has been on good form in recent weeks, scoring three goals in his previous five Premier League matches.
He has also managed to score in two consecutive games and could make it three in three when his side face Norwich City in the next round of fixtures. The Canaries recently lost three goals against Tottenham Hotspur and without a huge selection of players, Ayew could capitalize on their fatigue to add to his tally.
Stoke City star Bojan Krkic (5.1 and selected by 2.1%) could be an interesting choice given the fluidity of his teams attack, one which tore apart Manchester City as well as Manchester United this month.
The former Barcelona star was on great form in the 2-0 victory over United at the weekend with one goal and another assist. He has now registered a goal in two consecutive games and will surely be looking to make it three in three when the Potters travel to face Everton.
Southampton star Shane Long (5.7 and selected by 0.6%) recently tore apart an on-form Arsenal side with two goals in the 4-0 victory over their opponents.
With Graziano Pelle still out with a knee injury, manager Ronald Koeman will surely reward Long with another start when his side travel to face West Ham United at Upton Park in Gameweek 19.