Fantasy Premier League offers a quick turnaround with a mid-week round of fixtures less than 48 hours after the last one.
After a generally underwhelming game week 13 as high FPL hauls for some certain players was mixed with an unexpected fixture postponement, most managers will be keen to look forward to the hectic festive schedule.
Mohamed Salah remains the leading candidate for the captaincy every game week while Diogo Jota, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Reece James are in similarly prolific form of late.
FootballCastle will take you through the best game week 14 picks ahead of the 18:00 GMT deadline on Tuesday 30 November 2021.
Jose Sa (£5.0m)
The Wolves shot-stopper faces Burnley after an incredible 18 points in the last two Game weeks. A 10-points haul in GW 13 took him joint-second with Alisson as the top-scoring goalkeeper in FPL.
Hence, the Portuguese will be hoping to keep a third consecutive clean sheet against the Clarets who are the fourth-worst side for expected away goals.
Joao Cancelo (£6.7m)
The full-back has been explosive in games away from home this season where he has produced three of his four double-figure returns.
Averaging 6.8 points per away game so far, Cancelo is the second-highest scoring defender in FPL with five assists and eight clean sheets ahead of facing Aston Villa in GW 14.
Tariq Lamptey (£4.4m)
The Brighton defender is a bonafide all-rounder and West Ham will be worried after he claimed 14 points over the last two game weeks since returning from injury.
Despite earning two clean sheets in that time, Lamptey’s five chances rank second among defenders and his 1.0% ownership is hard to ignore for a budget defender who is quickly becoming the creative lynchpin of his team.
Antonio Rudiger (£6.0m)
The Chelsea man has a catalogue of shots and misses in the last game weeks and the eye test suggests his attacking efforts will come through very soon.
Although Chelsea conceded a fifth goal of the season in GW 13 against Man United, Rudiger saw an effort hit the post and skied another late volley but a clean sheet is at least on the offing when they face Watford.
Chelsea defenders have scored 13 of their 30 goals this season and this is the kind of fixture in which they could haul returns at both ends.
Sergio Reguilon (£5.1m)
Tottenham’s joint-top scorer in FPL since Antonio Conte took over has earned 14 points in two games and the wing-back’s four efforts in the box are also a joint-high for the Lilywhites.
Reguilon faces Brentford in GW 14 after an unexpected rest following their postponed game against Burnley and will be raring to go against the Bees who have been shaky at the back in recent weeks.
James Maddison (£6.6m)
The Leicester playmaker is entering a rich vein of form having scored twice and supplied three assists in the last two matches in all competitions.
Maddison faces Southampton after his season-high 16 points haul against Watford and is in the best mood to kick on against the Saints.
The Korean is Tottenham’s most reliable player as he is owned by more than double the amount of Kane owners and looks their biggest threat going into the game against Brentford.
Son has produced all three of his double-figure hauls at home this season and can extend that explosive streak against a side who have conceded three times in each of their last two away games.
Tottenham are desperate to put in an improved performance after losing to Mura in the Europa League, they missed a chance to right their wrongs in their postponed fixture against Burnley and Brentford will be the unfortunate victims of a recharged and refreshed Spurs.
Norwich are the following opponents in GW 15 hence it is a good time to have Son in your squad.
Allan Saint-Maximin (£6.8m)
The Newcastle livewire produced a season-best haul of 10 points in Eddie Howe’s first home match as manager in Game week 12 and prepares for another home meeting with Norwich who have conceded the most goals away from home this term (16).
Saint-Maximin’s seven goal involvements is just one short of his best-ever FPL return and there is Burnley to come at the weekend in GW 15.
The ageless frontman is the highest-scoring forward in the game with nine goals and one assist so far. Vardy scored twice against Watford for his third double-figure haul of the season after a 12-points return and will be confident of further attacking points this week.
GW 14 opponents Southampton are 15th in the league for goals conceded (18) and Vardy would be looking to exploit their high defensive line.
The Liverpool dynamo now has seven goals and an assist in only 11 starts to total 35 points across his last four starts.
With Roberto Firmino still out injured, Jota will retain his centre-forward spot and the goals should keep flowing in the league’s best attack. Jota outlined his appetite for goals as his brace against Southampton in GW 14 came after seven shots and three big chances.
Raul Jimenez (7.8m)
The Mexican is back to his instrumental best for Wolves with attacking returns in each of his last three appearances at home, as he earned 27 points from two goals and two assists.
Jimenez’s 27 shots and 20 chances created are team-leading figures and he faces Burnley who are one of the worst defensive sides in the last four games with 50 shots conceded in the box.