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The Scout’s FPL Gameweek 14 Ones to watch

By The Scout 28 Nov 2023
Ones to watch MW14 LEAD

See the five players backed for big returns, including Newcastle's Alexander Isak

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The Scout is tipping five players for big success in Gameweek 14 of Fantasy Premier League ahead of Saturday's 13:30 GMT deadline.

Raheem Sterling (Chelsea) £7.0m

Chelsea’s winger entertains Brighton & Hove Albion in his best form of the season.

Sterling has delivered attacking returns against Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Newcastle United in the Blues’ last three matches.
He has amassed 37 points over the last six Gameweeks, scoring three goals and supplying three assists.
That highlights his big all-round potential against Brighton, who are one of only four sides yet to keep a clean sheet this season.

William Saliba (Arsenal) £5.5m

The Arsenal centre-back’s dependable pitch time can make him a must-have for managers over the busy festive schedule.

Saliba has played every minute of the first 13 Gameweeks and sits second in the defender standings on 61 points, thanks to a goal, an assist and six clean sheets.
A home match against Wolverhampton Wanderers starts a kind run of opponents that can reward investors for many Gameweeks to come.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), six of Arsenal’s next nine matches score only two.

Jeremy Doku (Man City) £6.7m

The Belgian appears to have secured a regular role under Pep Guardiola, starting each of the last three matches for Man City.


Doku’s pace and ability to take on defenders could prove a major weapon this weekend as the champions host a Spurs side who are hit hard by injuries in defence.

The Belgian has proven particularly effective at the Etihad Stadium of late, producing 33 points in his last three home outings.  
That includes a 22-point haul against AFC Bournemouth in Gameweek 11, underling Doku’s potential for bumper hauls in Fantasy.

Doku's first goal v Bournemouth
Mohammed Kudus (West Ham) £6.6m

West Ham United’s summer signing was a key figure in the absence of Jarrod Bowen (£7.6m) last weekend, supplying both assists in their 2-1 win at Burnley.

That helped Kudus collect 10 points, his second double-figure haul in the last three Gameweeks.
The Ghanaian’s seven shots and six key passes both place second for West Ham in the last four Gameweeks, underlining his all-round potential for goals and assists.
The Hammers’ short-term schedule further adds to the appeal of Kudus, who will face Crystal Palace, Fulham and Wolves in the next four Gameweeks.

Alexander Isak (Newcastle) £7.4m

Newcastle’s fit-again forward warmed up for their home meeting with Manchester United by scoring on his return from injury last weekend.

Isak’s strike in a 4-1 win over Chelsea took his tally to seven goals in only nine matches, highlighting his huge importance to the Magpies’ attack. 

Indeed, the Swede’s goal conversion rate of 36.8 per cent ranks top among all players in Fantasy who have netted at least three times.

Isak's goal v Chelsea

Four of Newcastle’s next six matches score just two in the FDR, giving Isak the chance to stake a claim for managers’ forward lines in Fantasy.

View all the latest FPL tips ahead of Gameweek 14 in Fantasy Premier League

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