Mason Mount (£7.4m) should slot right back into the Chelsea team after the draw with Manchester United and is a great pick this week. Raul Jimenez (£7.8m) should also have plenty of joy against a Burnley side without the suspended James Tarkowski (£4.9m).
I would have perhaps liked to squeeze in Harry Kane (£12.3m) over Son Heung-min (£10.4m).
Newcastle United will need Callum Wilson (£7.4m) firing as they seek their first win of the season in their bottom-of-the-table meeting with Norwich City. He had seven shots in his last home outing against Brentford and was unlucky not to deliver an attacking return.
I like this team. The attack is full of players who didn't return in the last Gameweek.
A solid side. Wilson's inclusion is particularly eye-catching. Having failed to return yet under Eddie Howe, is a must-win home match versus Norwich his time to shine?
With a mounting injury list, Watford may struggle to keep out Chelsea, particularly if Romelu Lukaku (£11.5m) is back for the Blues. Mount will be the key to unlocking even more creativity in their midfield to put the Hornets to the sword.
Ben Foster (£4.1m) has been so important to Watford since regaining his place and I think they will struggle to keep Chelsea out without him, which makes Mount look a great pick.
I really like the double-up on Tottenham Hotspur, with Son and Sergio Reguilon (£5.1m). They should be fresh after their match against Burnley was postponed in Gameweek 13.
Part 1: GW14 Kings to watch: Jimenez can maintain home form
Part 2: GW14 Differentials: Havertz fresh to face Watford
Part 3: GW14 Captains: Consider Alexander-Arnold and Jota
Part 4: Scout Selection: Wilson has home form to trouble Norwich
Part 5: Who to captain in GW14? What the experts say