FPL GW15 is upon us, with the memory of the last gameweek still very fresh in our minds.
We’re also into December, where 6 more gameweeks will take place, which will be a crucial period for FPL due to increased rotation.
Best Players for FPL GW15
The best players to bring in this week are Cristiano Ronaldo, Diogo Jota and Bernardo Silva.
The most transferred in players ahead of GW15 are Emmanuel Dennis, Diogo Jota and Bernardo Silva.
|Name||Team||Position||Price||Pick %||GW14 Score||Total Points|
|Cristiano Ronaldo||Man United||Forward||£12.3m||28%||13||56|
|Bernardo Silva||Man City||Midfielder||£7.4m||16%||10||69|
- Price: £12.3m
- Picked by: 28%
- Fixtures: Crystal Palace (H), Norwich (a), Brentford (a)
After his two goal performance against Arsenal, Ronaldo is now on 6 for the season.
His non-penalty xG is 4.7 (6th highest in the league) and is ranked second for both shots per 90 (3.93) and shots on target per 90 (1.59).
Also, the fixtures for United coming up are mouthwatering, including 5 matches with a FDR of just two in their next 6.
The 5 time Ballon d’or winner is averaging 0.85 goals + assists per 90 (7th most) and under new management at United, he could become essential.
- Price: £7.9m
- Picked by: 26%
- Fixtures: Wolves (a), Aston Villa (H), Newcastle (H)
Jota has been on fire lately, scoring the third most goals in the league (8), averaging 0.78 per 90.
His non-penalty xG per 90 is the highest in the league (0.74), taking 33 shots and getting 1.37 on target per 90 (third highest).
He also has the fourth highest xA in the league (3.1), playing for the league’s top scorers (43 scored) who’ve scored four in each of their last three matches in the league.
Whilst Firmino remains absent for another few weeks at least, Jota has a starting place nailed in one of the best attacking teams in the world.
- Price: £7.3m
- Picked by: 14%
- Fixtures: Watford (a), Wolves (H), Leeds (H)
Bernardo is City’s top scorer with 5 goals, just two shy of his best ever goalscoring season for the club in 2018/19.
He’s hit the target 60% of the time from his 15 efforts, scoring a third overall.
The midfielder has made 133 progressive carries (second most), including 38 into the final third (fourth most).
City have superb fixtures, starting with Watford in GW15 who have the third worst defence (conceding 26).
That run also includes Leeds at home, who have been poor this season, and Newcastle, who are bottom of the table without a win.
Although, with the amount of games in December he could be rotated, having played the third most minutes in the City team (1,117).
- Price: £6.7m
- Picked by: 6%
- Fixtures: Aston Villa (a), Newcastle (H), Spurs (H)
Maddison has been in form in the last two games for Leicester, getting back to back double digit hauls in GW13 and 14.
Scoring against Southampton brings Maddison’s tally to three this season, claiming two assists as well, averaging 0.54 attacking returns per 90.
He’s got an eye for goal, registering 1.2 shots on target per 90 (10th most) and 1.5 per 90 in his last 6 games.
The number 10 is known for his creativity, as shown by his 14 key passes this campaign as well as 32 shot-creating actions (second most in the team) plus four goal-creating actions.
Up next for Leicester are Villa, winless Newcastle and Spurs, which are all games in which he could impress again.
- Price: £5.2m
- Picked by: 17%
- Fixtures: Norwich (H), Brighton (a), Leicester (a)
After his assist against Brentford, Reguilon now has three attacking returns this season (one goal, two assists).
The Spaniard has done well out wide, putting 12 crosses into the box this season (second most in league).
In GW15 he faces Norwich, who’ve scored the least goals this season (8), meaning a clean sheet could be likely.
Also his attacking could earn him points too, having notched up an xG+xA of 2.48 during his last 6 matches.