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FPL 2023-24 – Three Things We Learned In Gameweek 15


The first midweek round of Premier League fixtures are done and dusted, providing lots of interesting talking points from a Fantasy Premier League perspective. We highlight three points to take note of when looking ahead to Gameweek 16.

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After having missed a significant chunk of the season so far due to injury, it seems that Arsenal forward Gabriel Jesus (£7.9m) is back to full fitness. The Brazilian striker has now started in each of the Gunners’ last three Premier League fixtures and completed the full match in Gameweek 15 away at Luton. Jesus ended the game with 11 points following a goal and an assist in a dramatic 3-4 victory for Mikel Arteta’s side. Having racked up regular attacking returns in the Champions League, Jesus is bringing that form into the Premier League and at such a generous price-tag, now warrants serious FPL attention.


Back in the team and back on the scoresheet! West Ham’s attacking midfielder Jarrod Bowen (£7.6m) had been side-lined due to injury through Gameweeks 13 and 14 respectively. However, Thursday saw him make his return to the starting XI and what an impact he made. Bowen’s ninth league goal of the season helped the Hammers come back to beat Spurs 1-2, at the same time extending the England international record of scoring in each away league fixture in which he has featured so far this campaign. An absolutely critical piece of West Ham’s attack, Bowen is expected to continue playing a huge role for David Moyes moving forward, including in Gameweek 16 away at Fulham. 


It’s now eight Premier League games unbeaten for Liverpool, most recently beating Sheffield Utd. Not only are the Reds scoring plenty of goals, racking up ten across their last four league matches, they are also keeping clean sheets, shutting out their opponents in two of those fixtures. A trip to Crystal Palace awaits in Gameweek 16, one that on paper bodes well for owners of Liverpool assets, who could be in for significant point-hauls if Jurgen Klopp’s side can maintain their recent form.

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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