Fantasy Football: Best transfers and captains for Gameweek 14
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Manager: Jack Green
Team name: Lac of Klaassen
Top scorer last week.
We go again.
Manager: Adam Drury
Team: Another New Dawn
My goalkeeper and back three were catastrophic over the weekend, so Phil Jones returns in the desperate hope that he makes a surprise return at Watford.
If not, Kevin Wimmer will play against Liverpool.
Everything else is in decent nick, though, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the goals, and Gabriel Jesus surely set to start after an assist off the bench at Huddersfield.
Harry Kane brilliantly plundered four goals at Leicester in the penultimate game of last season and I’m looking for similar this time.
Manager: Tom Bowles
Team: Pascal Vegan
My defence is finally getting points, although Ben Davies is likely to be transferred out if he doesn’t start at Leicester. He’s too expensive not to be playing every week.
I’ve made a small, but hopefully significant, change in midfield. Tom Cleverley is out, and in his place comes Reuben Loftus-Cheek, who netted against Stoke on Saturday and is cheap at £4.5m.
That means I’ve got £1.2m in the bank – and two transfers – heading into the weekend.
I’ve kept the faith with Romelu Lukaku, and he gets the armband. Watford play fine football under Marco Silva, but I actually think that will help United, who are at their best going forward when counter-attacking.
Manager: Will Rook
Team: Sheffield Old Boys
Jamaal Lascelles has been either disappointing or injured over the past few weeks, so I’ve switched him for Watford’s Kiko Femenia.
The Hornets’ fixture list is a little kinder after their games against Manchester United and Tottenham this week and, at £4.5m, the full back is good value for someone who starts most games.
Pascal Gross gets a recall in midfield after scoring five points while sat on the bench at the weekend.
Crystal Palace have improved under Roy Hodgson, but I still fancy Brighton to get something and Gross will be central to that.
Elsewhere, I’ve said goodbye to Tammy Abraham.
The Chelsea loanee can’t play this week anyway, so I’ve swapped him out for Charlie Austin.
Southampton are likely to give him more game time after his brace against Everton, so he looks a steal at £6m.
Manager: Tom Clee
Team: The Cleegulls
Using a double sub to spruce up my midfield paid immediate dividends at the weekend with a debut goal and assist for Raheem Sterling.
So I’m sitting tight on the transfer front in order to make another this weekend.
My biggest selection headache is in goal. Newcastle have only scored one goal in their last four, and even that was fortuitous, so I reckon Ben Foster has more chance of keeping a clean sheet than Hugo Lloris does without Toby Alderweireld in front of him.
I feel a bit bad leaving Cheikou Kouyate out again after his eight points against Leicester went to waste on the bench, but a lot of his rivals for a spot have got decent-looking home games.
Sterling’s flying start meant I was tempted to give him the armband, but have decided to stick with Harry Kane instead.
He bagged four on his last visit to the King Power so I’m hoping/praying for a repeat performance.