Fantasy Premier League

It is now the time to roll the dice for the final two game weeks ahead of the unprecedented break for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In Game Week 15, there is a slew of high-quality Premier League games still to come.

Despite the eye-catching fixtures on show, the biggest Fantasy Premier League news in Game Week 15 is whether Erling Haaland will be available for Manchester City versus Fulham.

As the deadline draws closer on Saturday 5 November at 13:30 GMT, get the best tips for a tricky period on the FootballCastle


Robert Sanchez (£4.6m) 

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Opponents Wolves have scored only three home goals this season – by far the lowest – and the Spaniard will look forward to his fifth clean sheet of the campaign.

Sanchez also holds appeal as he faces Aston Villa before the World Cup break.

David Raya (£4.6m)

Raya is in some good form with 25 FPL points from his last four GWs and he next faces scored in 13 games.

The ‘keeper is listed in Spain’s preliminary World Cup squad and he can be relied upon in Fantasy.


Kieran Trippier (£5.9m)

The England right-back is the top-scoring defender in Fantasy with 77 points as he once again flourished for Newcastle United in the 4-0 demolition of Aston Villa when he delivered a clean sheet, an assist and 11 FPL points. 

Trippier will look forward to returns at both ends of the pitch against Southampton who have netted just four times in their last eight games.

Joao Cancelo (£7.4m) 

The Portuguese has registered three double-digit hauls in his six home games this season and faces Fulham after getting a rare breather in Europe in midweek. 

Cancelo has averaged 6.3 points per start over the last six matches and is now a strong pick for GW15

Diogo Dalot (£4.7m) 

The Manchester United full-back is the most-bought defender in GW15 as he continued his good form with a nine-point haul against West Ham.

Dalot has interesting fixtures against Aston Villa and Fulham as he looks to add more points before the World Cup.


Rodrigo (£6.3m) 

The frontman has scored in back-to-back games against Fulham and Liverpool ahead of GW15 against Bournemouth. Having averaged a goal every 118.7 minutes this season, Rodrigo will be looking forward to the Cherries who have conceded at least twice in three of their last four matches.

Marcus Rashford (£6.7m)

The winner against West Ham confirmed his return to form this season and he was given a break from midweek Europa League duty.

GW15 against Aston Villa on Unai Emery’s managerial bow could be the perfect time to get Rashford pre-World Cup. 

Leandro Trossard (£6.9m) 

The Belgian has now scored and earned seven points each against Manchester City and Chelsea in the last two Gameweeks. 

In the six games under Roberto De Zerbi, Trossard has scored five times to amass 41 FPL points and he meets Wolves and Aston Villa next.

Phil Foden (£8.5m) 

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After four goals, an assist and 30 points in his last two home starts, Foden welcomes Fulham who have conceded at least twice in each of their last five away fixtures. 

The attacking midfielder looks set to haul against the Cottagers and he could prove a cheaper alternative to Kevin De Bruyne in the Man City midfield. 

Miguel Almiron (£5.6m) 

The Newcastle man is in the form of his life with six goals in his last six games to incredibly rise to the second-highest FPL midfielder as he delivered 32 points in his last three GWs.

Almiron is a must-have given his amazing value for money.

Kevin De Bruyne (£12.5m)  

After scoring a sublime free-kick in the 1-0 win over Leicester to earn 11 points, the Belgian offers a strong alternative to Erling Haaland for the captaincy. 

De Bruyne has amassed 20 points in his last two GWs and is well-rested ahead of a meeting with Fulham who are defensively suspect. 

Alex Iwobi (£5.6m)

Iwobi offers a low-risk differential option after five assists and one goal this season.

The Nigerian is Everton’s creative lynchpin ahead of winnable games against two of this season’s worst defences in Leicester and Bournemouth.

James Maddison (£8.2m)

Maddison has amassed 38 points after four goals, an assist and three bonus points over his last six matches.

The 25-year-old is undeniably Leicester’s biggest threat versus Everton who are particularly weak at defending set-pieces.


Callum Wilson (£7.5m) 

After two goals, as many assists and three bonus points produced a career-best 19-points against Aston Villa in GW14, Wilson is now the most-bought player due to his impressive form.

The striker spearheads one of the best attacking teams for whom he is the penalty-taker.

Gianluca Scamacca (£6.7m) 

Having scored in two of his last three home games, Scamacca will look to improve the 19 points he scored in that time with home fixtures against Crystal Palace and Leicester.

Needless to say, the Italian is a wonderful differential option with 1.9% ownership.

Harry Kane (£11.6m) 

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Kane will be keen to continue his incredible home form having scored in each of his last five outings for 42 FPL points.

With 10 goals and two assists, the England captain is primed to produce hauls against Liverpool who have been wildly inconsistent so far.


Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin

Chief Editor of the Football Castle, Bolu Alabi-Hundeyin is a football junkie and writer of the beautiful game.

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