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 15 and beyond…
Pervis Estupinan – Brighton – Defender – 22% rostered
He’s arrived! We’ve spoken a lot about Pervis Estupinan on this site as he has the potential to be a top class Fantrax defender for Brighton. However, things haven’t really got going for the attacking full back having been in and out of the team under two different managers. Until now…
Estupinan got his chance against Chelsea at the weekend and demonstrated exactly what he could do as Brighton demolished their old manager’s new side. The Ecuadorian flew forward at will, providing one goal in the 4-1 win on his way to a Fantrax score of 20.5 points which included four key passes. Surely now his place in the side is secured and he has an appetising trip to Wolves to look forward to this weekend.
Mikkel Damsgaard – Brentford – Midfielder – 7% rostered
Another player covered on this site whose Premier League career has been stop/start at best is Brentford’s Mikkel Damsgaard. Touted as Christian Eriksen’s replacement, Damsgaard has consistently been overlooked this season in favour of Mathias Jensen.
However, it looks almost certain that Damsgaard will get his chance again this weekend in a very nice fixture against Nottingham Forest. Ivan Toney is suspended and Mathias Jensen left the field with a knock at the weekend, meaning the Dane is almost certain to start in what is a nice looking fixture for him. He managed eight points in an hour against Bournemouth in his one start so far and I’d expect that again as a minimum this weekend.
Kiefer Moore – Bournemouth – Forward – 6% rostered
Having scored twice in the eventual defeat against Tottenham at the weekend, Kiefer Moore will be hopefully of forming a strike partnership with Dominic Solanke going forward rather than having to compete with him. The Wales striker has seen lots of action so far this season but has taken his chance when given to him and he enjoyed a good day personally against Spurs on Saturday, scoring a well taken brace.
Bournemouth travel to Leeds this week who, bar the surprise victory at Anfield on Saturday, have struggled to get going themselves this season. Moore will relish what promises to be a tasty physical battle with Liam Cooper this weekend and will be confident of getting on the scoresheet once more.