Teams to target: Manchester City, Arsenal
Leicester City vs. Manchester City
Joao Cancelo and Erling Haaland are two are the top four owned assets in the game and both appear to be doubts going into the weekend fixture.
Unless we get concrete news of lengthy issues, unlikely for Cancelo who was unwell, then both are definite holds through this weekend.
Leicester City are enjoying their best run of the season; however City represent a much tougher fixture and we fancy an away fixture.
This weekend could be a real positive for differential City options, including the likes of Phil Foden and Bernardo Silva.
Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest
Arsenal dropped points for just a second time last Sunday as they were surprisingly held away at Southampton.
Like City, they face a side enjoying their best run of the campaign; however Arsenal should have too much for Nottingham Forest.
All three of their forward players remain good options, whilst Ben White is getting forward more and recorded a rare assist last weekend.
Opposition to target: Leeds United
Liverpool vs. Leeds United
Leeds United have dropped like a stone in recent weeks, claiming just two points from their last eight league matches.
Their poor run of form has seen them fall into the relegation zone and things don’t get easier as they travel to Anfield on Saturday.
Liverpool haven’t had the best of campaigns; however they should have far too much here.
Mohamed Salah represents a good captain option this week, especially if Haaland is a doubt for Manchester City.
Trent Alexander Arnold and Andrew Robertson have shown good form in recent matches and they may well be making their way into FPL sides again.
Brighton vs. Chelsea: Kepa Arrizabalaga
Graham Potter returns to the Amex for the first time since leaving for Chelsea earlier in the campaign.
Chelsea have improved defensively under Potter and the return to form of Kepa Arrizabalaga has been incredible.
At 4.5 Kepa represents a real bargain and a superb route into the Chelsea defence.
Brighton have performed well under Roberto de Zerbi; however have just two points from five games and have struggled for goals!
Manchester United vs. West Ham: Marcus Rashford
Marcus Rashford hasn’t recorded an attacking return in his last five games; however his 6.6 price tag can’t be ignored.
He is a favourite of Erik ten Haag who prefers him up front ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United’s performances in recent weeks have been very impressive and they will fancy their chances of a win on Sunday.
Anthony is another good option with the Brazilian impressing since his summer move from Ajax.
GW14 Dream Team: Kepa; Trippier, Alexander-Arnold, White, Cancelo; Salah, Foden, Rashford, Saka; Jesus, Haaland