Kieran Trippier (Newcastle)

Trippier notched his second assist of the season in Newcastle’s last game, a 4-0 win over Aston Villa.

The right-back ranks second in the Premier League for xAssists at 4.16, behind only Kevin De Bruyne.

Southampton have scored just 11 goals in 13 matches this season, so a clean sheet is also on the cards for Trippier. 

Pervis Estupinan (Brighton)

Estupinan played 90 minutes as Brighton shocked Chelsea 4-1 in Gameweek 14.

The left-back registered an assist and two bonus points in a seven-point haul, his best performance of the season.

Wolves rank third bottom for xG in the Premier League this season.

William Saliba (Arsenal)

Saliba is the third highest-scoring defender in FPL this season with 60 points.

The Arsenal centre-back ranks joint-top among all Premier League defenders for goal involvements this season, with two goals and an assist.

As a team, the Gunners own the second-best defence in the division. 


Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)

De Bruyne has found the net in his last two Premier League games, taking his season tally to three goals and nine assists.

He is the highest-scoring midfielder in FPL this term with 81 points, and is a constant threat for goals and assists.

Fulham rank bottom of the league in xG, so there should be plenty of scoring chances for City.

Rodrigo (Leeds)

Rodrigo has returned to form in his last two games, netting goals against Fulham and Liverpool.

He is Leeds’ top scorer this season with six, and has outperformed his xG of 4.59.

Leeds rank in the top half of the Premier League for xG, while their opponents Bournemouth rank third bottom for xG against.

Harvey Barnes (Leicester)

After a slow start to the season, Barnes has now scored three goals in his last six games in the Premier League.

Barnes now ranks top in the Leicester squad for xG, and has two goals involvements in his last three matches against Everton.

The Toffees have the fourth worst xG against record in the division.


Ivan Toney (Brentford)

Toney is the fourth highest scorer in the Premier League this season with eight in 14 games.

He ranks fifth in the league for xG, and averages 0.62 xG per 90 minutes.

Toney should get a few chances to add to his tally against a Nottingham Forest side with the joint-worst defensive record in the top-flight.

Callum Wilson (Newcastle)

Wilson’s brace against Aston Villa in Newcastle’s last game took his tally to six goals on the season.

The Toon are one of the form teams in the Premier League, being unbeaten in eight, and have scored 12 goals in their last five matches.

Up against a Southampton team with the second worst xG against record at home this season, Wilson is a must-add for this weekend.

Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)

Firmino is having a surprisingly good season for Liverpool, with six goals and three assists making him the fifth highest scoring forward in FPL.

He has a great record against Spurs, scoring five goals in 11 Premier League meetings, with all five goals coming in the last seven meetings.

Tottenham have a decent defensive record but concede shots at an alarming rate of 14.8 per 90 minutes, so Firmino should get some opportunities on Sunday.

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