3 FanDuel Premier League Trends to Exploit for Matchweek 30

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Poor Form?

There are a group of players who have been producing for much of the year, and their high salary on FanDuel generally reflects that. However, some of those players have failed their owners in recent weeks.

West Ham's Felipe Anderson has struggled for many of the last 10 weeks, but his early season returns and West Ham's schedule have kept him in the conversation. Anderson failed to make the score sheet in 9 of his last 10 matchweeks. This week, West Ham plays Cardiff City, one of the worst defensive teams in the league. Cardiff have allowed the second-most goals in the league and Sol Bamba has been ruled out for the rest of the season, so Anderson remains an intriguing selection.

While Anderson has been poor for some time, a couple of Manchester City's biggest names are coming off one bad week. Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling failed to produce for owners last week as City beat Bournemouth 1-0. Aguero did hit the crossbar but will now have competition from a fit Gabriel Jesus. Meanwhile, Riyad Mahrez bested Sterling while being significantly less owned.

Watford are no pushovers and have won three of their last four. It is Manchester City, though -- they have the fire power to switch the attacking threats consistently. Will one bad week be enough to push Aguero and Sterling out?