The Scout is tipping four low-owned players for success in Double Gameweek 37 of Fantasy Premier League.
Antony (MUN) £7.3m
The Brazilian can be found in just over three per cent of squads for Manchester United’s Double Gameweek 37.
Antony supplied an assist against Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend, collecting six points in the 2-0 win.
He boasts a strong all-round threat for the Red Devils’ encounters with AFC Bournemouth and Chelsea.
His totals of eight shots in the box and nine chances created in his last four matches both rank second for Erik ten Hag’s team.
See: Who are the best Man Utd picks for Double Gameweek 37?
Aymeric Laporte (MCI) £5.6m
Owned by less than one per cent of FPL managers, the centre-back could prove a risk worth taking as a route into the Manchester City defence.
Although Laporte has been a peripheral figure in Fantasy this season, his domestic pitch time has improved as a result of his side’s progress in Europe.
Indeed, he has started back-to-back matches for the first time since Gameweeks 13 and 14.
With his potential for goals and clean sheets, he could reward managers against Chelsea and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Julio Enciso (BHA) £4.6m
At a cost of just £4.6m, the Brighton forward can be a cut-price gem against Southampton and Man City.
Enciso is in less than two per cent of FPL squads, but he has been a big success for the Seagulls in recent matches.
He has scored twice and also supplied two assists in their last six matches, totalling 28 points.
The Paraguayan’s totals of four big chances and seven shots on target both rank top among team-mates in that run.
Harvey Barnes (LEI) £6.6m
The winger’s contribution could be crucial as Leicester City visit Newcastle United on Monday.
The Foxes are inside the relegation zone with just two matches remaining of the season.
With an ownership of just 1.3 per cent, Barnes was their standout performer in their last road trip, scoring twice to collect 11 points at Fulham in Gameweek 35.
His 11 shots and eight shots in the box both put him among Leicester’s top two players since the arrival of Dean Smith as manager in Gameweek 31.
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