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FPL 2023-24 – Gameweek 15 Movers & Shakers

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We take a look at the players who are being bought and sold in high numbers by FPL managers this week.

TRANSFERS IN

Anthony Gordon (£6.0m) – Newcastle
Consecutive double-figure points hauls have significantly increased Gordon’s popularity in FPL circles of late, and he is the most transferred in player ahead of Gameweek 15. The Newcastle winger now has 11 attacking returns to his name in the Premier League this season (six goals, five assists) and has already risen £0.5m in value. However, a slight injury picked up against Man Utd over the weekend does cast Gordon’s Gameweek 15 participation in some doubt.

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Martin Dubravka (£4.0m) – Newcastle
Another Newcastle asset is proving popular in the transfer market, with the injury Nick Pope suffered in Gameweek 14 offering an opportunity for Dubravka to don the Magpies gloves for the next few months. FPL managers have been quick to move for the budget goalkeeper, especially as Newcastle boast the joint-second best defence in the Premier League in terms of goals conceded. If Newcastle keep a clean sheet against Everton in Gameweek 15, expect Dubravka’s ownership to continue shooting up.

TRANSFERS OUT

Matty Cash (£4.9m) – Aston Villa
Cash has been a hugely disappointing FPL asset for some time now, and his ownership was already on the slide before he was benched for Aston Villa’s 2-2 draw with Bournemouth on Sunday. There is no certainty that the Polish international will return to Unai Emery’s starting line-up in Gameweek 15, but even if he did, the Midlands side take on reigning Premier League champions Man City. They follow that by taking on current leaders Arsenal, so it seems a natural time to be selling Cash.

Moussa Diaby (£6.8m) – Aston Villa
A slightly more surprising player who is being sold in fairly high numbers at the moment is that of Diaby. The Villa attacker was benched for the Gameweek 14 meeting with Bournemouth, but made an impact when he came off the bench in the second half, assisting Ollie Watkins’ late equaliser. That was his seventh FPL assist in the Premier League this season, while he has also managed three goals, so sellers could come to regret their decision.

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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