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FPL 2023-24 – Form Players Ahead Of Gameweek 15

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With the Gameweek 15 deadline this evening, we run through a number of form players and why FPL managers should look at potential bringing them into their latest squads

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It’s now back-to-back Premier League goals for Trent Alexander-Arnold (£8.0m) and three attacking returns across Liverpool’s last two Premier League games. Since Gameweek 12, the premium-priced defender has racked 28 fantasy points, justifying his high cost. The Reds face a Sheffield Utd side coming off the back of a 5-0 thrashing away at Burnley last weekend, which led to the departure of Paul Heckingbottom. With that in mind, the expectation is that Alexander-Arnold could gain FPL points through different avenues, whether that be via a clean sheet or at least one attacking return. Either way, his form justifies the investment.

After question marks regarding his injury status leading into Gameweek 14, Ollie Watkins (£8.4m) successfully passed a late fitness test to take his place among the Aston Villa starting line-up away at Bournemouth. The striker then went on to score for a third consecutive gameweek, also adding an assist in a 2-2 draw. An 11-point haul took Watkins to 96 fantasy points over the course of the campaign so far, but it’s his immediate goalscoring form that warrants attention. A tough Gameweek 15 fixture awaits against Man City, but Watkins has shown more than enough quality to potentially breach Pep Guardiola’s backline.

Another forward who has now scored in consecutive gameweeks is Burnley’s Jay Rodriguez (£5.3m), while FPL-listed midfielder Mohammed Kudus (£6.6m) boasts five attacking returns across his last four Premier League appearances for West Ham. Phil Foden (£7.5m) backed up his goal and two assists for Man City in the Champions League vs RB Leipzig by finding the net again this past Sunday against Spurs.

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.

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