FPL Gameweek 4 differentials: Aaronson can offer value


The Fantasy Premier League (FPL) round four is fast approaching, giving us a chance to take a look at even more differential options.

This time around, we’ve picked low-owner picks at Leeds United, Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers, who we believe have the potential to make an impact.

As always, to qualify, a player must own five percent or less ownership at the time of writing.

Brendan Aronson

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  • FPL Ownership: 1.4%
  • price: 5.5 million pounds sterling
  • GW4-8 combinations: by | Eve | wild | NFO | mon

Brendan Aronson (£5.5m) He got off to a great start at Leeds United after his summer transfer, scoring his first goal for the club in Gameweek 3.

Against Chelsea, the former RB Salzburg player added energy and creativity from his offensive midfield position and was always looking to press and run behind the Thomas Tuchel defence. “He is tireless. He is unrelentingThese were Jesse Marsh’s words when asked about Aaronson’s post-match performance.

Marsh later vowed that his team “always attackingA promising sign ahead of matches against Brighton and Hove Albion (Away), Everton (H), Brentford (A), and Nottingham Forest (H), given that Leeds are unbeaten so far this season.

Across the opening three rounds, between teammates, only Jack Harrison (£6.0m) Received more assists in the final third, while also scoring five goal-scoring attempts, creating three chances and nine crosses. It is also worth noting that he also saw a goal robbed and scored as an own goal against Wolverhampton.

Aaronson’s career numbers suggest he will never be a prolific goalscorer, but there are often caveats with players at this price point, and the USA international appears to be one of the best budget midfielders on offer at the moment.

Marcus Rashford

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  • FPL Ownership: 5.4%
  • price: 6.3 million pounds sterling
  • GW4-8 combinations: so | me | AR | cry | Mine

We had originally included Anthony Martial (£6.9m) in this box, just for Eric ten Hag’s press conference on Friday to derail us.

As a result, we turned out to be our teammates by 5.4 percent Marcus Rashford (£6.3m), which we made an exception despite sitting above the usual differential.

The 24-year-old has already suffered two price drops this season, but scored his first Premier League goal in 2022/23 in a stellar display against Liverpool on Monday night.

In fact, no player from either side has scored more shots (five), shots in the penalty area (five) or attempts on goal (two) than Rashford.

United got off to a poor start to the 2022/23 season and sat in rock bottom after defeats to Brighton, Hove Albion and Brentford. However, there were encouraging signs in their victory over Liverpool, which means they can approach Saturday’s trip to Southampton in a more positive frame of mind. Notably, the Saints failed to keep a clean sheet in their last nine Premier League games, until last season.

There is competition for places at United, and we simply cannot forget that Cristiano Ronaldo (£10.4m) is still an option, but it looks like Rashford could become an important player for Ten Hag, who he obviously trusts a lot.

Goncalo Jawad

  • FPL Ownership: 0.2%
  • price: 6.0 million pounds sterling
  • GW4-8 combinations: new | Bo | su | leaf | MCI

Goncalo Geddes (£6.0m) He made his first promising game for the Wolverhampton Wanderers in Gameweek 3, coming close to scoring in the first half.

The 25-year-old has made some very good strikes behind the Tottenham Hotspur defence, scoring five shots – more than any other player on the pitch – and creating three chances. He fizzled out a bit as the match went on, but that’s understandable given he’s new to the league.

Guedes scored 11 goals in La Liga and made six more in 2021/22, the most productive season in Spanish football, not only appearing on the inside left side on his favorite foot but also in the middle and right. His versatility and ability to play as a striker is something that is attractive, especially with him Raul Jimenez (£6.9m) He is still building his physique.

It must be said that Wolves are not in good shape after a win-free start to the campaign. Goal-scoring problems continued last season, when they finished as the league’s lowest scorer outside of relegation, until 2022/23. However, there has been progress in each of the three matches so far, signed by Guedes and his Portuguese teammates Matthews Nunes (£5.0m) may go some way to alleviating these concerns.

Guedes is a product of Benfica’s academy, rising through the system under the watchful eye of Bruno Lage, who was a youngster at the Portuguese club. Now reunited at Molino, the £6.0m midfielder could make a smart difference to cash in on Wolverhampton’s next three games: Newcastle United (at home), Bournemouth (away) and Southampton (at home).


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