Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW14

Fantasy Premier League tips: Best Fantasy Football transfers for FPL GW14


 Fantasy Premier League tips can guide you through GW14 following another intriguing gameweek which will spark plenty of transfers in and out  Raheem Sterling kept up his outrageous form with another goal and two assists, while one of his team-mates continued to rack up big points to delight his owners  Manchester United could offer hope for clean sheets in the coming games, while Brighton offer two stars you should consider  Liverpool and Everton go head-to-head next weekend in the Merseyside derby, with a pair of potential matchwinners sure to be picked up ahead of GW14  Express Sport has rounded up the best Fantasy Premier League transfers you can make ahead of Gameweek 14:GKP: Mat Ryan (Brighton) – £4 6m Despite a lack of clean sheets in recent weeks, Brighton have favourable fixtures ahead and the Aussie stopper has strong potential for points DEF: Ben Chilwell (Leicester) – £5.1m For a low cost, Chilwell offers a solid chance at a clean sheet with the add bonus of being able to provide assists DEF: Victor Lindelof (Man Utd) – £4.8m Keep an eye on his injury status, but his price tag could make Lindelof a bargain signing with Southampton up next DEF: Federico Fernandez (Newcastle) – £4.4m It’s always a risk making changes before the end of a gameweek, but for the eager managers among you, Fernandez could sharply rise in popularity now that the Magpies appear to have solidified their backline MID: David Silva (Man City) – £8.6m Three games, three goals. Silva has recorded a goal or clean sheet in every game he’s played in since the first day of September MID: Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton) – £7.4m He has produced a goal, assist or clean sheet in nine of his last 11 fixtures and always has potential for a big game, derby day strike MID: Xherdan Shaqiri (Liverpool) – £7.0m He couldn’t make the most of his start against Watford, but Shaqiri appears to have forced his way into Liverpool’s first team in the new system and could be a bargain gem in the coming weeks FWD: Glenn Murray (Brighton) – £6.7m Chris Hughton’s main man provided the killer touch once again at the weekend and is likely to maintain his form throughout a kind run of games going into December

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