Gameweek 14 produced a bumper haul of points for our ones to watch, as three of our four picks scored points, as Matt Doherty and James Maddison scored goals, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka picking up a clean sheet. Here are our gameweek 15 ones to watch:
Lukasz Fabianski (West Ham, £4.5m)
The Polish international has been an FPL favourite in recent seasons, mostly due to his habit of producing so many save points during his time with Swansea City. Fabianski kept just his second clean sheet of the season last time in a 3-0 win at Newcastle.
West Ham welcome Cardiff to the London Stadium on Tuesday night. The Bluebirds have scored just twice on their travels in the top-flight this season and the Irons are favourites to record a victory. With a very favourable run of fixtures into the New Year, Fabianski could be a good go-to option for a budget goalkeeper for the near future.
Yerry Mina (Everton, £5.4m)
The big Colombian centre-back has taken to the Premier League like a duck to water. After initially arriving at Everton injured, the former Barcelona defender has now played the last three games alongside Michael Keane in the heart of the Toffees backline.
The Merseysiders have looked solid in the games he has played. In fact, the only goal Marco Silva’s side has conceded in Mina’s outings was that bizarre 96th-minute goal by Divock Origi in the Merseyside derby.
The centre-back also offers an aerial threat at the other end of the pitch, as he showed at the World Cup for his national side. With Gylfi Sigurdsson’s excellent set-piece delivery, Mina is sure to get many chances in front of goal for the Toffees, who host Newcastle on Wednesday before a home game with Watford next Monday.
Felipe Anderson (West Ham, £7.1m)
The big money summer signing from Lazio is starting to repay his massive fee. The former Lazio attacking midfielder has now scored five times for the Hammers in the Premier League, four of which have been in his last four appearances.
His good performances have also ensured that Anderson has picked up six bonus points in his last four matches. The Irons have arguably the best run of fixtures of any team in the next seven gameweeks, with only one game ranking over two in fixture difficulty ranking. A home game against Cardiff City on Tuesday night offers Anderson the perfect chance to add to his points tally.
Leroy Sane (Manchester City, £9.4m)
We do not make a habit of including big-name players in our ones to watch, but Sane is just too good at the moment to ignore. The Germany international has been in superb form of late, producing three assists and three goals in his last four appearances.
The attacking midfielder is unlucky not to have added more points to his tally in recent weeks, as his performances have been far brighter than his FPL returns. At £9.4m, he is rather pricey and he may be a risk in Pep Guardiola’s rotation lottery.
However, with an away game at out-of-form Watford on Tuesday and a decent price tag, Sane could be the gameweek best asset.
Who will be gameweek 15’s one to watch in FPL?