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FPL Dream Team: Premium assets earn first call-ups

The Scout 13 Dec 2016
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur

David De Gea and Jamie Vardy are among the big price targets to excel in Gameweek 15

The Gameweek 15 selection includes a cast of big-ticket Fantasy Premier League assets earning a first Dream Team appearance of the season.

Manchester United's David De Gea (£5.4m), Arsenal's Mesut Ozil (£9.6m) and Jamie Vardy (£9.6m) of Leicester City all earn recognition in a new-look line-up.

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David De Gea - Manchester United - £5.4m
Still found in 35.7% of FPL squads, the Spaniard remains the most popular FPL goalkeeper. He earns a belated first Dream Team call-up on the back of the clean sheet in Sunday's 1-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur - a fifth shutout of the season.

Aleksandar Kolarov - Manchester City - £5.8m
The Serbian overcame Manchester City's defensive frailties to show the value of his set-piece prowess. Kolarov provided the pass for Nolito's goal in the 4-2 defeat to Leicester, before curling in a free-kick for his first goal of the campaign. Man City and Kolarov have still kept just two clean sheets all season.

Charlie Daniels - AFC Bournemouth - £5.0m
Recalled for the 3-2 defeat to Burnley, the Cherries left-back scored his second goal of the season and claimed maximum bonus points to sit sixth in the overall FPL defender standings.

Leicester v Man City
Aleksandar Kolarov has started in 13 of 15 Gameweeks for Man City this season

Virgil van Dijk - Southampton - £5.6m
The imposing Dutchman claims a second Dream Team appearance following Saints' third clean sheet in four Gameweeks in the 1-0 win over Middlesbrough on Sunday.

Wilfried Zaha - Crystal Palace - £5.6m
The Gameweek's star midfield performer, courtesy of a 16-point return in the 3-3 draw with Hull City. Zaha has proved the most popular transfer target ahead of this evening's 6.45pm GMT Gameweek 16 deadline, earning more than 87,000 new owners.

Gylfi Sigurdsson - Swansea City - £7.5m
The weekend provided just a second Dream Team call-up for the Swans’ playmaker who, with his goal and assist in the win over Sunderland, has now returned attacking points in five of the last six Gameweeks.

Arsenal v Stoke City
Mesut Ozil's Gameweek 15 header moved him to five goals for the campaign

Robert Snodgrass - Hull City - £5.6m
The Scot was deployed as part of a front two against Crystal Palace and benefited from a converted penalty and assist in the 3-3 draw, just his second strike in nine Gameweeks. Snodgrass remains fourth for value in midfield, returning 12.1 points per million.

Mesut Ozil - Arsenal - £9.6m
Overshadowed by team-mate Alexis Sanchez to this point, the German earns a first Dream Team appearance following his fifth goal of the campaign in the 3-1 win over Stoke City.

Stefano Okaka - Watford - £5.3m
The Italian's brace of goals in the 3-2 win over Everton arrived in just his second Premier League start, putting FPL managers on alert to another attacking alternative in Walter Mazzarri's Hornets squad.

Leicester v Man City
Jamie Vardy's treble against Man City marked his first goals since Gameweek 4

Fernando Llorente - Swansea City - £6.2m
The Spanish target man earns a Dream Team recall after firing a second consecutive brace at the Liberty Stadium. Llorente’s 13-point return in the win over Sunderland has earned him more than 79,000 new owners ahead of tonight's deadline.

Jamie Vardy - Leicester City - £9.6m
The Foxes striker was the top scoring individual in Gameweek 16 - only the third FPL forward to achieve that accolade this season. Vardy’s hat-trick marked a dramatic return to form, reviving interest in last season's 25-goal striker ahead of favourable festive fixtures.

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