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Fantasy Premier League: Scout's Picks for Low-Owned Players in 2023/24

 Fantasy Premier League: Scout's Picks for Low-Owned Players in 2023/24

Fantasy Premier League

The Scout is highlighting four low-owned players poised for a breakthrough in the 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League.

Carlton Morris (Luton) £5.0m:

Morris's Fantasy potential has surged with his return to Luton Town's starting lineup. He's started the last five matches, tallying three goals and four assists in the last six Gameweeks, accumulating 36 points. Luton's upcoming Double Gameweek 25 and 28 against strong opponents offer Morris ample opportunities to shine.

Mathias Jensen (Brentford) £5.4m:

Jensen's prowess in free-kicks and corners makes him a key asset for Brentford's Double Gameweek 25. With 25 key passes and seven big chances created this season, Jensen's delivery adds significant value. Moreover, Brentford's fixture schedule, especially their participation in Blank Gameweek 26 and Gameweek 29, enhances Jensen's appeal.

Willian (Fulham) £5.3m:

Willian's form at Craven Cottage presents a budget-friendly midfield option. With four goals and three assists, all in home matches, he's a reliable asset. Fulham's upcoming home fixtures, including the encounter with Aston Villa and subsequent matches against Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur, make Willian an attractive pick, especially with the Blank Gameweek 29.

Nathan Ake (Man City) £5.0m:

Ake's recent performances for Man City, including his assist and clean sheet against Everton, have garnered attention. His versatility and potential for attacking returns, coupled with his ownership below eight percent, make him an overlooked gem for the upcoming Double Gameweek 25, despite being the second most-bought defender.

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