Dream Team: 4 picks for Game Week 15 based on odds
Based on our prices for goals, clean sheets and scorers, we reveal the best bets for your fantasy team this weekend.
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Each week, we will recommend players that you should select for your team based on our odds for goals, clean sheets and scorers.
These are the four players that you should consider selecting for Game Week 15.
Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester) v Watford
Leicester are the second-most likely team to keep a clean sheet in the midweek round of fixtures according to our odds.
The Foxes can be backed at to shut out managerless Watford on Wednesday, with Manchester City the only side with a shorter price.
Given that Schmeichel is available at £2.7m, as opposed to £4.2m for Ederson, he is the better option.
John Stones (Manchester City) v Burnley
Manchester City are to keep a clean sheet on Tuesday – the only side who are odds-on to do so.
Stones has played in back-to-back league games and his price of to score is better than any City defender other than Otamendi, who was benched against Chelsea and Newcastle.
Despite being towards the higher end of the market at £3.6m, Stones is still cheaper than 12 other defenders.
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) v Aston Villa
Frank Lampard has said he is hopeful of Abraham recovering from his hip injury in time to feature in midweek, and that’s reason enough for me to recommend you pick him up.
The striker is just to bag anytime at home to Aston Villa – the second-most likely player in the division according to our odds.
At just £2.9m, you’ll save a bit of cash to splash elsewhere.
MUST HAVE: Jamie Vardy (Leicester) v Watford
And here’s where you should stump up.
At just , Vardy is the most-likely player to find the net in midweek.
He is £5.2m but, given Watford are to concede at least one, it should be a worthy investment.
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