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FPL 2023-24 – Differential XI For Double Gameweek 7


Double Gameweek 7 offers plenty of opportunity for differentials, so here’s a suggested XI to get you started:

All selected players have an ownership below 15% at the time of publication:


GOALKEEPER: Nick Pope – £5.5m – Newcastle
Fixture: vs Burnley (H)

Four straight clean sheets in all competitions and faces another promoted club in Double Gameweek 7.

DEFENDER: Lucas Digne – £4.6m – Aston Villa
Fixture: vs Brighton (H)

One goal and six assists in all competitions this season, yet owned by fewer than 5% of fantasy bosses at the moment.

DEFENDER: Issa Kabore – £4.0m – Luton
Fixture: vs Everton (a) / Burnley (H)

Possesses the most attacking threat in the Luton defence, and has registered two assists in the Premier League already.

DEFENDER: Amari’i Bell – £4.0m – Luton
Fixture: vs Everton (a) / Burnley (H)

Despite plenty of discussion about Luton defensive assets in the FPL community this week, Bell is still only owned by 6.1% of managers at the time of writing.

DEFENDER: Fabian Schar – £5.0m – Newcastle
Fixture: vs Burnley (H)

Much lower-owned than teammates Trippier and Botman, yet offers the same attacking threat as the latter at least.

MIDFIELDER: Phil Foden – £7.6m – Man City
Fixture: vs Wolves (a)

Selected in last week’s differential XI and rewarded our faith with a goal. More returns could be on the way against a Wolves side who are winless in their last four games in all competitions.

MIDFIELDER: Jarrod Bowen – £7.1m – West Ham
Fixture: vs Sheffield Utd (H)

Incredibly consistent returns so far and takes on a Sheffield Utd outfit who conceded eight goals last weekend.

MIDFIELDER: Anthony Gordon – £5.6m – Newcastle
Fixture: vs Burnley (H)

Enjoying a fine spell of form, and with Harvey Barnes now injured, FPL managers can be a lot more confident about his Premier League starts.

MIDFIELDER: Moussa Diaby – £6.6m – Aston Villa
Fixture: vs Brighton (H)

Four attacking returns in the Premier League to date, and takes on a Brighton side who are yet to keep a clean sheet this season.

FORWARD: Darwin Nunez – £7.4m – Liverpool
Fixture: vs Tottenham (a)

Five attacking returns in the Premier League this season, and appears to be in Jurgen Klopp’s first-choice front three at present.

FORWARD: Carlton Morris – £5.5m – Luton
Fixture: vs Everton (a) / Burnley (H)

Undoubtedly Luton’s chief goal threat and is easily the most appealing double gameweek asset. Still very low-owned despite the attention on him this week.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.


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