We gear up for the first mid-week gameweek of December, bringing you the must-have players and highest expected scoring captaincy choices in our fantasy premier league gameweek 15 picks. Helping you make the right moves ahead of a hectic festive period, we bring you our FPL XI for Wednesday and Thursday’s fixtures in the premier league.
With managers looking to rotate their sides with matches coming in a flurry this month, the rotation is the biggest headache that is troubling fantasy premier league managers. Keeping this in mind, we present you with hand-picked payers whose spots have already been nailed in their respective sides. With one eye on fixtures and another on form, our gameweek 15 picks cover not only premium players but also the cheap choices with low ownership to help you move up the charts.
Make sure you set your teams by 12:15 am IST, Wednesday for gameweek 15. The fantasy premier league gameweek 15 picks sees giving Salah the captaincy and go in with a formation of 3-4-3.
As predicted last week, Alisson kept a clean sheet despite facing a tricky derby fixture in Everton. Not only did he give the six clean sheet points but was also instrumental in seeing his side keep away Everton with some crucial saves that saw him rake up two bonus points as well. We expect another shut out from Liverpool when they visit Burnley this week.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (5.3m)
With Robertson suffering a dead leg in the hip area, Arnold becomes a must-have from Liverpool’s back-line. With Liverpool missing Robertson’s crosses from the left, Arnold’s role up the pitch will increase and could see him bag an attacking return easily.
Marcos Alonso (7.1m)
The Chelsea left-back continued his marauding runs up the pitch with manager Sarri making it clear that he is vital to the team’s attacking play on the left side. Despite not having the best of nights from an attacking perspective with his crosses missing the mark on more than one occasion, Alonso’s intent gave us heart and he continues to be a mainstay of our squad.
At just 4.2m, Wan-Bissaka is an FPL must own at this point. With managers rotating, a strong bench is imperative for your squad in December and Wan-Bissaka helps strengthen it at an extremely cheap price.
Our fantasy premier league gameweek 15 captaincy pick goes to Salah who travels to Turf Moor to take on a sloppy Burnley unit. Conceding goals at will this season, Burnley have been a pale show of last season and could well be on the end of another mauling at Liverpool’s hands. In the absence of Mane who has suffered a laceration in his foot, Salah will play an integral part and could easily rake up a double-digit tally this round of fixtures.
With an ever dropping price, now becomes the best time to get him into your side. As was seen against Fulham, Hazard is in terrific form this season and a willingness to shoot more makes him a gold mine in FPL. Well worth the price, Hazard can explode at any time given Chelsea’s attacking style of play.
He’s scored only once since gameweek 8 but playing as a striker and given Everton’s fine form makes him keep his place in our line-up. Everton will be looking to bounce back after that heart-breaking derby defeat to Liverpool and Richarlison will be expected to get on the end of their good attacking play against Newcastle.
In a side that sees a lot of rotation, Sterling gets to play the bulk of matches and could see himself make the matchday squad when Manchester City travel to Watford. In Aguero’s absence, Sterling will be the player to latch on the balls fed in by Silva and Mahrez.
Arsenal has been in scintillating form, one that has to be credited to their forward line. And making the most of their upturn in fortunes has been striker Aubameyang who bagged two goals in last week’s match against Tottenham to reach 10 goals for the season. With Arsenal taking on a defensively clueless Manchester United side on Thursday night, Aubameyang looks likely to find the back of the net again.
He’s bagged goals against Arsenal and Manchester City this season so a Huddersfield fixture at home sees him make our team without a doubt.
With the other cheap option Jimenez facing Chelsea this week, we turn our attention to Murray. Defying age, the Brighton striker has looked menacing in front of goal this season, bagging more than a fair share of points till now. Fully fit, he should make an immediate comeback to the side for a favorable fixture this week.
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