Fantasy Premier League | GW15

Gameweek 15 is the third Premier League game in a week. Rotation risk looms and we have selected 3 players from each position that you can consider to transfer in.

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Goalkeepers

  1. Courtois, Thibaut (CHE, 5.7m, TSB 13.4%) – The goalkeeper with the most favourable fixture this week.
  2. Pickford, Jordan (EVE, 4.8m, TSB 5.8%) – With Big Sam at the helm, Everton should start to get clean sheets on a more regular basis.
  3. Grant, Lee (STK, 4.3m, TSB 0.3%) – Playing against a Swansea side who has not scored in their last 3 games.

Defenders

  1. Azpilicueta, Cesar (CHE, 6.9m, TSB 21.8%) – The premium pick for this gameweek after he was given a deserved rest.
  2. Evans, Jonny (WBA, 4.9m, TSB 0.7%) – Pardew will not want to lose his first game in charge and would probably take a nil-nil draw with open arms.
  3. Sakho, (PAL, 4.9m, TSB 0.5%) – The lynchpin in the Palace defence who is a goal threat as well.

Midfielders

  1. Salah, Mohamed (LIV, 9.6m, TSB 49.6%) – The league top scorer, you have to get him in if you still do not have him.
  2. Hazard, Eden (CHE, 10.7m, TSB 9.1%) – Rested in mid-week, he will be raring to play and is likely to be on penalties.
  3. Shaqiri, Xherdan (STK, 6.0m, TSB 6.8%) – He looked lively against Liverpool and should be involved if Stoke scores.

Forwards

  1. Kane, Harry (TOT, 12.8m, TSB 38.1%) – Among the heavy hitters, Morata seemed the obvious choice. However, with rotation risk looming, we are picking Kane who needs to score and help Spurs stop the rot.
  2. Vardy, Jamie (LEI, 8.5m, TSB 14.5%) – He has 1 goal and 1 assist in his last 2 games, with good fixtures coming his way.
  3. Rooney, Wayne (EVE, 7.2m – TSB 8.5%) – He will be brimming with confidence after a superb hat-trick.

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