With half of the Premier League season getting over, the table has started to take shape. Fantasy Premier League managers will now be thinking of re-building their initial Fantasy Squads ahead of FPL Gameweek 25. Amongst the roster, there are a few cheap, lesser-used players who are still bringing in a stream of good returns. Here is a list of a few of FPL Gameweek 25 Differentials that you can bring in to your teams. They won’t cost you a fortune, and their low ownership means that a good return from them will greatly boost your ranks.
Che Adams (Forward) – 5.8 million
The Southampton attacker lacks his flash that he once had earlier on in the season. However, Southampton’s upcoming matches give him a huge space for improvement. The Saints play the double in the Gameweek 25, but above that, they also experience a very smooth run of fixtures against Everton, Sheffield United, Brighton, Burnley, West Brom, and Crystal Palace. For 5.8 million, you’ll be getting a player that has tallied 4 goals and 4 assists so far this season. With ownership of just 4.9%, Adams could be a brilliant differential.
Stuart Armstrog (Midfielder) – 5.5 million
The Saints’ winger has had is odd moments of glory this season, which has earned him a total of 71 points. His 25 shots rank him 3rd amongst all Southampton players, and this has tallied the Englishman 3 goals. As well as scoring, Armstrong likes to set-up his teammates as well, recording 3 assists so far this season. With the Saints’ having such a fantastic run of fixtures coming up, Armstrong could be a great differential, owned by just 0.3% of all FPL managers.
Ruben Neves (Midfielder) – 5.1 million
Now on penalty duty, the Portuguese central midfielder has managed to bump up his records in the last few games. His 4 goals make him the 2nd highest scorer at Wolves, whilst his 44 shots are the joint highest with Pedro Neto. All this gives Neves a total tally of 71 points, with a form of 5.0 in the past few games. Wolves have some ups and downs, but from GW31 to GW35, they will face a very clean and promising run of fixtures. In preparation for that, you can pick up Neves, and for 5.1 million and ownership of just 1.3%, there is not much to complain about.
Pascal Struijk (Defender) – 3.9 million
The Leeds defender has made his way into the first-team recently. He has managed 35 points in 9 games, which isn’t the greatest of tallies, but for just 3.9 million, that’s a bargain, considering he still gets first-team football. Leeds plays the double in Gameweek 25, and they also play during the upcoming BGW as well. Struijk is one of those players you can pick up as a filler and still receive a decent number of points. If you’re looking to bench-boost in the coming weeks, Struijk could be a good shout for you.
Robert Sanchez (Goalkeeper) – 4.5 million
Brighton has been proving everyone wrong recently, with 5 clean sheets in the last 6 games. These clean sheets weren’t just any ordinary clean sheets either, Brighton somehow managed to contain the likes of Liverpool, Spurs, and even the heavily attacking Leeds. It is expected for them to continue this superb run of form. Carlos Sanchez has appeared as Brighton’s number 1 recently, and he has done a great job, achieving a form of 6.4. For a price of a mere 4.5 million and ownership of 2.6%, Sanchez is a brilliant differential,
Do you have any players from our FPL GW25 Differentials? Let us know in the comments section below!