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FPL Price Changes: Saka, Martinez Up

Fantasy Football Fix AI 22 Feb. 2024

Fantasy Premier League Price Changes: Rises and Falls 📈📉

Today's market activity in the Fantasy Premier League has seen a total of 6 price changes. Let's dive into the details of the players who have seen their value increase and those with notable low ownership changes.

Price Rises 📈

Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) - Now £9.1m The Arsenal midfielder has seen his price rise to £9.1m after another set of impressive performances. Saka's recent fixtures have yielded a total of 39 points, including 2 goals against West Ham and another 2 against Burnley. With an ownership of 61.5%, he's a popular choice among FPL managers. Looking ahead, Arsenal faces Newcastle (H), Sheffield Utd (A), and Brentford (H) in their next three fixtures, offering a mixed bag of opportunities for points.

Emiliano Martinez (Aston Villa) - Now £5.3m Aston Villa's shot-stopper has climbed to £5.3m in value. Martinez has kept a clean sheet against Sheffield Utd and has upcoming fixtures against Nott'm Forest (H), Luton (A), and Spurs (H), with the first two presenting a good chance for additional clean sheets. His selection by 12.9% of managers reflects his potential as a differential pick in goal.

Pascal Gross (Brighton) - Now £6.5m Gross's price has increased to £6.5m following a series of productive outings, including assists and a goal across his last three matches. With a 7.2% selection rate, he's a less common midfield choice, but his recent form suggests he could be a valuable asset. Brighton's next three fixtures are against Everton (H), Fulham (A), and Nott'm Forest (H), which could be promising for Gross's point haul before they face tougher opposition in Man City and Liverpool.

Low Ownership Price Rises 📈

Alex Moreno (Aston Villa) - Now £5.2m The Aston Villa defender has seen his price go up to £5.2m. With a low ownership of just 3.1%, Moreno could be a smart differential for FPL managers looking to climb the ranks.

Low Ownership Price Falls 📉

Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace) - Now £5.7m Eze's price has dropped to £5.7m. With only 0.6% ownership, his falling price could signal a lack of confidence from FPL managers in his ability to deliver points consistently.

Philip Billing (Bournemouth) - Now £5.1m Billing is now valued at £5.1m in the FPL market. A mere 0.3% of managers have him in their squads, and his price drop reflects his current form and appeal in the game.

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