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FPL 2023-24 – Gameweek 14 Midfielders

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As we look beyond the recent clutch of European fixtures and towards the upcoming round of Premier League fixtures, it’s time to run the rule on the most enticing midfielders who catch the eye going into Gameweek 14.

Fresh off the back of his third consecutive Champions League home fixture which saw him record both a goal and an assist, Bukayo Saka (£8.8m) returns to Premier League action in Arsenal’s home clash with Wolves in Gameweek 14. Whilst the England international hasn’t scored in the Premier League since Gameweek 7, he has gained an assist in four of the last five gameweeks. Saka is currently among the top three highest scoring midfielders from an FPL perspectives

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Consecutive blanks may have put pressure on Bryan Mbeumo (£7.0m) ahead of Gameweek 14 but with a home fixture against Luton next up for Brentford, his owners are expected to keep the faith. Mbeumo’s only other match so far this season against a newly promoted team saw him accrue a goal, an assist and 14 fantasy points against Burnley in Gameweek 9.

Assuming Jarrod Bowen (£7.6m) remains out injured for West Ham, serious FPL interest is expected to be afforded to his teammate Mohammed Kudus (£6.6m) following his brace of assists vs Burnley in Gameweek 13. Kudus has broken into the Hammers’ starting line-up and offers a differential option at a cheap price-tag. He boasts double-figure point-returns in two of the past three gameweeks and is getting better with every appearance.

Newcastle’s last home Premier League fixture saw Anthony Gordon (£5.9) find the net and set one up, accumulating 13 fantasy points as Newcastle thrashed Chelsea 4-1. His direct style of play from the wing makes him a huge attacking threat and may well see him back among the points in Gameweek 14 as the Magpies host Man Utd. When considering that he is yet to go a single home league match without recording at least one attacking return, it bodes well for his ownership.

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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