The Waiver Wire: Gameweek 11

We love a good differential pick here at FF92 and we are BACK once again with another crack at the Waiver Wire in 2022/23! Here are some low ownership assets that should serve you well in (an albeit, diminished) Gameweek 11 and beyond…

Ryan Sessegnon – Defender – Tottenham Hotspur – 49% rostered

As expected, Ryan Sessegnon started Tottenham’s win against Brighton at left wing back and performed the job well enough to earn him a man of the match award.

He should keep his role in a game against at Everton where he will be expected to join the attack even more than he did in the last game at The Amex where he was regularly seen in the opposition box. He put a cross on a plate for Matt Doherty to volley over the bar and was also unfortunate that his opposite wing back didn’t lift his head quickly enough to pick him out for a tap in at the far post.

He’s certainly worth a spot if available. If not, Wolves play Nottingham Forest at home so I’d consider either of their full backs this week!

Harry Wilson – Midfielder – Fulham – 38% rostered

It’s finally Harry Wilson time! The Welsh star made his Fulham Premier League debut in their GW10 defeat at West Ham where he came off the bench for the closing stages after recovering from long term injury.

Wilson has the talent to be a Fantrax star from right wing and his value has the potential to be huge over the next few weeks when main man Mitrovic returns and their fixtures continue to be kind. Will he start this week at home to Bournemouth? If he does, he’s also a must start in your Fantrax lineup!

Odsonne Edouard – Forward – Crystal Palace – 22% rostered

Odsonne Edouard is flying massively under the radar this season! Patrick Vieira has somehow found a way to shoehorn all of his attacking talent into one eleven and Edouard has won the battle to lead the line so far this season.

With Palace’s fixture list almost perfect up to the World Cup, the Frenchman will be confident he can add to the goals he’s scored in back-to-back games against Chelsea and Leeds. With the likes of Zaha, Olise and Eze supplying the chances, I’d be surprised if Edouard doesn’t get into double figures this season and is a very serviceable FWD2/3, especially while his fixtures are so good.

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