The Waiver Wire: Gameweek 5

We love a good differential pick here at FF92 and we are BACK once again with our another crack at the Waiver Wire in 2022/23! Here are some low ownership assets that should serve you well in Gameweek 5 and beyond…

Pervis Estupinan – Brighton – Defender – 38% rostered

Brighton new boy Pervis Estupinan should already be too highly owned to feature in this article! Those who got him on waivers when he first arrived will have been hoping for the new Marc Cucurella…he may be even better!

In just over 100 minutes of Premier League actions, Estupinan has racked up an incredible 14.25 ghost points, including five key passes. His first start yielded 15.5 points vs an inform Leeds side and with nice fixtures to come, the new Brighton left wing back is set to be a favourite among Fabtrax managers.

Marcus Tavernier – Bournemouth – Midfielder – 23% rostered

There’s not many teams that you can safely say you’d only want to roster one of their players but Bournemouth is one of them and Marcus Tavernier is that player.

Gameweek 4 was a week to forget for the Cherries (to put it mildly) but despite a 9-0 humbling, Tavernier still made three key passes in a respectable nine point display. Bournemouth will hope for a reaction in their home game against fellow strugglers Wolves in midweek who are still without a win. Tavernier will be on set pieces and should be their driving force from midfield.

Anthony Elanga – Manchester United – Forward – 37% rostered

Anthony Elanga’s place in Manchester United’s starting front three is almost certainly set to be taken by the arriving Antony. However, the young Swede looked decent against Southampton and should keep his place for their midweek game.

We say it every single week but…that forward streaming pool looks really, really poor. Get yourself in there on some buy low options like Raul Jimenez, Patrick Bamford or Jamie Vardy if you can. Also should be inexpensive at this point.

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