The Scout is tipping five players for big success in Gameweek 13 of Fantasy Premier League ahead of Saturday’s 11:00 GMT deadline.
James Ward-Prowse (West Ham) £6.1m
Ward-Prowse supplied two assists in the Hammers’ 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest to collect 11 points.
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His creativity and set-piece duties can help him to more assists at Turf Moor.
Ward-Prowse’s 20 key passes, 10 successful corners and 11 free-kick crosses all sit first in his position in Fantasy over the last six Gameweeks.
Burnley, meanwhile, have struggled in defence at home since their promotion, conceding 18 goals in six matches.
Morgan Gibbs-White (Nott’m Forest) £5.7m
Nott’m Forest’s attacking form and favourable fixtures suggest the midfielder could be a handy source of value in Fantasy.
Steve Cooper’s side entertain Brighton & Hove Albion having scored twice in three of their last four matches.
Gibbs-White has made a team-leading six key passes in that run, which indicates he has been unlucky to collect just a single assist.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), four of Nott’m Forest’s next six matches score just two.
Gibbs-White can start to profit from that run this weekend against Brighton, who are among only four sides yet to keep a clean sheet this season.
Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace) £6.1m
The Crystal Palace star has made an immediate impact since recovering from injury.
Eze supplied an assist as a substitute against Burnley in Gameweek 11 before scoring a penalty on his return to the starting XI against Everton in Gameweek 12.
His totals of 29 shots and 21 key passes both put him among the Eagles’ top two players this term, highlighting his all-round appeal for their visit to Luton Town.
The Hatters have been particularly suspect in defence of late. They have conceded 56 shots in the box in the last four Gameweeks, at least 17 more than any other side.
Dominic Solanke (AFC Bournemouth) £6.4m
The AFC Bournemouth forward has recently proven a very handy differential for managers’ forward lines.
Solanke has scored three goals in the last four Gameweeks to climb to fourth in his position, yet he is owned in just three per cent of squads.
His total of 12 shots in the box in that period is more than twice the tally of any team-mate and places joint-top with Erling Haaland (£14.0m) among all players.
Solanke can maintain his momentum away to a Sheffield United side who have conceded a league-high 31 goals this season.
Solanke’s goal v Newcastle
Brennan Johnson (Spurs) £5.8m
An injury to Richarlison (£6.7m) has allowed summer signing Johnson a chance to impress for Tottenham Hotspur.
Johnson has blanked just once in the last three Gameweeks, providing an assist against Crystal Palace before scoring his first goal for Spurs against Wolverhampton Wanderers prior to the international break.
His ability to find gilt-edged scoring opportunities could be decisive at home to Aston Villa.
Despite his limited minutes, Johnson’s four big chances rank joint-third for Spurs alongside the injured James Maddison (£7.9m).
Meanwhile, Villa have conceded 12 goals in their six away matches and have allowed 22 big chances, the joint second-most this season.
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