This article is part of our FPL Waiver Wire series.
The biggest worry for FPL managers the last two weeks has been the status of Mohamed Salah, who aggravated his ankle injury before the international break. He's battled through the pain for a few matches, but no one would blame him for taking off a match or two to return to full health. Because of that, he's been getting transferred out of squads for the past month and that likely continued over the break after the latest ankle news. However, given his popularity at the beginning of the season, it may soon become a differential move if you hold onto him.
I'm not saying add Salah, but maybe hold onto him because that's what most people aren't doing. He's made the score-sheet in four of his last five starts in all competitions and an extra week of rest should help his ankle. Liverpool's upcoming schedule, which includes home matches against Brighton and Everton following the trip to Crystal Palace, also helps. The differential I'm most excited for is Troy Deeney, who is on fewer than one percent of teams at the Premier League's official fantasy game because he's been out since August. Fortunately, he returned to the bench before the break and with another couple weeks to return to fitness, he could start at home against Burnley. Even better, Watford face Southampton and Crystal Palace in two of their next three after that match. Deeney is the move if you want to get rid of Teemu