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FPL Gameweek 10 – Best Differentials

In FPL GW10 there are a lot of good options that have gone unnoticed in recent weeks.

Once a differential performs well, everyone will be jumping on him whilst you may have spotted them early and gained valuable points.

Best Differentials for FPL GW10

The differentials to consider for FPL GW10 are Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Maxwel Cornet and Josh King.

PlayerTeamPositionPricePick %GW9 ScoreTotal Points
Pierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenalForward£10.0m5%637
Callum WilsonNewcastleForward£7.3m2%529
RicharlisonEvertonForward£7.4m4%420
Maxwel CornetBurnleyMidfielder£6.0m0%1522
Josh KingWatfordForward£5.5m2%1636

Check our live data table showing all the best differential players in FPL for Gameweek 10.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

  • Picked by: 5%
  • Price: £10.0m
  • Fixtures: Leicester (a), Watford (H), Liverpool (a)

Aubameyang is Arsenal’s top scorer with four goals this term and could be a great differential pick with Lukaku injured and Ronaldo not being at his best lately.

The striker has the highest non-penalty xG at the club (2.1), showing that he’s their most threatening player.

Also, Arsenal are taking 14.6 shots per game (5th most) and with Aubameyang’s high npxG he’s likely to be the one putting the ball in the net.

Leicester and Watford are up next for him, who are conceding 16.3 and 15.4 shots per game respectively.

Callum Wilson

  • Picked by: 2%
  • Price: £7.3m
  • Fixtures: Chelsea (H), Brighton (a), Brentford (H)

Wilson scored what was probably the goal of the Gameweek with a stunning overhead kick against Crystal Palace.

That strike was his fourth of the season, averaging 0.88 per 90 (fourth best) and scoring 0.31 goals per shot (6th).

Also, he has outscored his xG by 1.8, which suggests that he’s taking his chances, whilst we know how good of a finisher he is.

One the other hand, his fixtures are tough, facing three sides next who, between them, have kept 13 clean sheets and only conceded 21 times.

Richarlison

  • Picked by: 4%
  • Price: £7.4m
  • Fixtures: Wolves (a), Spurs (H), Man City (a)

Richarlison returned from injury at the weekend, claiming an assist in his 30 minute cameo.

The Brazilian has two goals and an assist, giving him the third highest goals and assists per 90 at Everton (0.71).

Furthermore, he’s taken 2.37 shots per 90 and has the highest xA per 90 in the side (0.26), showing he’s able to both score and create goals.

His next few fixtures are tough, especially away at City, but he’s scored 5 in 6 games against Wolves, and Spurs are currently conceding 15 shots per game.

Maxwel Cornet

  • Picked by: 0%
  • Price: £6.0m
  • Fixtures: Brentford (H), Chelsea (a), Crystal Palace (H)

Cornet has made a positive impact at Turf Moor, scoring three times.

The Ivorian has 1.3 goals per 90 and the highest npxG in the team (0.52). He’s hit the target with 71% of his shots, scoring 0.43 goals per shot, the third best in the league.

Two seasons ago, Cornet was playing Champions League football for Lyon, so the player has pedigree, and for £6.0m with 0% ownership he could be worth signing.

Joshua King

  • Picked by: 3%
  • Price: £5.6m
  • Fixtures: Southampton (H), Arsenal (a), Man United (H)

Scoring a hat-trick at the weekend may have kickstarted his season and cemented him as Ranieri’s first choice striker.

King now has three goals and two assists, averaging one return per 90, and will most definitely keep his place up front.

Averaging 0.59 goals per 90 (best in the team) and scoring 0.27 goals per shot (9th), King is Premier League proven and is a great option at just £5.6m in a pacy, counter-attacking side.

Armando Broja

  • Picked by: 1%
  • Price: £5.0m
  • Fixtures: Watford (a), Aston Villa (H), Norwich (a)

Update: It has been confirmed Broja will miss the GW10 fixture against Watford.

It’s two in two now for the youngster on loan from Chelsea, scoring 0.73 per 90.

The Albanian international is taking 3.67 shots per 90 (second in the team), with 1.1 shots on target per 90 (most in the team).

He also has an xA of 0.8, and with decent fixtures coming up too he could gain a lot of points, and at just £5.0m he would be a bargain if he scores close to 10 this season.

Mathias Jorgensen

  • Picked by: 0%
  • Price: £4.5m
  • Fixtures: Burnley (a), Norwich (H), Newcastle (a)

Zanka has started the last three games, scoring once, and with Pinnock a doubt he could be in the starting 11 for longer.

Brentford have been solid defensively this season, conceding only 9 goals despite facing Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea already.

They’ve also kept three clean sheets, two away from home with two of their next three games on the road.

Additionally, Burnley and Norwich have scored the least goals in the league (7 and 2 respectively), meaning clean sheets are even more likely.

At 6’3 he’s a set piece threat and at £4.5m he’s the cheapest Brentford starting defender, but may not be a long-term option with Pinnock and Ajer to return to the team.