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Fantasy Premier League tips: FPL Double Gameweek 37 three must-have differential picks

By Holly Shand

Published: 12:42, 9 May 2024

Another double gameweek is here in FPL and there are plenty of points on offer. Could this week be the difference between glory and failure in your leagues?

With the help of the Comparison Matrix, our FPL expert Holly Shand has picked out another three fantasy football sleepers you should be considering for the forthcoming weekend.

Who has a favourable fixture? Who is entering the form that could make them, and you, a title winner? Don’t bank on a hunch, let Holly steer you through the statistics behind our picks.

Lewis Dunk vs Newcastle United (A), Chelsea (H)

Brighton captain Lewis Dunk carries big potential for the Seagulls double gameweek, with a clean sheet last time out taking them up to six for the season. He’s in just 5.8% of sides, which makes him the highest owned of their back-line among available players.

Dunk is one of the most attacking defenders in the game, leading the way for goals scored this season, having found the back of the net on three occasions. He also has some involvement in free kicks from central areas.

Richarlison vs Burnley (H), Manchester City (H)

Richarlison is back among the Spurs squad following injury and has played centrally in his recent appearances, ousting Heung-min Son to be a potential out of position prospect. He grabbed a goal and an assist in his substitute appearance against Liverpool.

A pair of home games will suit Spurs – Richarlison has 15 goal involvements this season, with nine of them coming at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. His ownership was at almost 20% following a great Christmas period, but it’s since dropped to just 2.8%.

Callum Wilson vs Brighton (H), Manchester United (A)

Newcastle United striker Callum Wilson is another player who has seen a significant drop in ownership following injury, in just 2.9% of sides compared to his team-mate and striker partner Alexander Isak, the template pick at 40% owned.

This pair have traditionally shared minutes but started as a front two against Burnley, each getting on the scoresheet. Isak missed a spot-kick against Burnley which could mean that Wilson takes the next penalty, boosting his fantasy potential.

Remember you can compare all players on the Squawka Comparison Matrix to find the best FPL differential picks and climb your mini-league. Use our FPL template here, or edit the stats and create your own.