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Fantasy Premier League: Buy Sell and Keep for Gameweek 14

The 13th round of Fantasy Premier League is over so we look to the next and look at which players are a buy sell and keep for FPL Gameweek 14. Whether that be through injury, team and player form or other factors we advise the potential fate of assets in your teams.

Looking at players who are a buy sell and keep for FPL Gameweek 14 could be extremely beneficial to FPL managers. Knowing what to do with assets in your team can ultimately bring clarity with transfer use, captaincy and chip strategy.


  • William Saliba (£5.5m) – The Arsenal centre-back could solve a lot of headaches this week in defence. Arsenal play Wolves this week and have good fixtures after so investing in their most reliable defender in terms of minutes could be a wise move.
  • Bukayo Saka (£8.8m) – The Arsenal fixture this week and fixtures after suggest buying into their efficient attack. The standout option is Saka who takes penalties for his side but has also been very consistent this season in FPL – returning at least once in 10 of his 12 matches played.
  • Dominic Solanke (£6.5m) – Bournemouth seem to have found their shooting boots – scoring five in their last two games. Solanke could be a great third striker option going into a busy winter period. He takes his sides penalties, plays 90 minutes every match and bagged a double-digit haul in one of his most recent matches.
  • Bryan Mbeumo (£7m) – Brentford come up against Luton next but also have great fixtures after that. With that in mind Mbeumo seems like an obvious purchase. He sits in the top three players in the league for non-penalty expected goal involvement and takes penalties.
  • Cole Palmer (£5.3m) – Chelsea have matches against Brighton and Manchester United next who have both shown defensive fragilities all season. The Blues also have a great run of fixtures after that so penalty taker Palmer could be an easy fit in due to his price.
  • Liverpool – For those still without Liverpool players its time to bring them in. The Reds have a great schedule ahead and assets like midfielder Mohamed Salah (£13m), striker Darwin Nunez (£7.6m) and defender Kostas Tsimikas (£4.7m) should be top of the want list.
  • Morgan Gibbs-White (£5.7m) – The Nottingham Forest midfielder comes in with an accessible price-tag, takes his sides penalties and managed 17 points in his last two games. His side also have great fixtures ahead.
  • West Ham attackers – The Hammers have good fixtures coming up so the likes of Jarrod Bowen (£7.6m) if fit and fellow midfielder Mohammed Kudus (£6.6m) could be great buys.


  • Matty Cash (£5.1m) – Aston Villa have very tough fixtures ahead. However it’s more the performances of the backline that have done enough to drive down Cash’ appeal. His minutes are being managed throughout games which is also a massive concern.
  • Brighton – The rotation around the starting 11 is a major worry going into a busy schedule ahead. Buying more nailed players in terms of minutes could be a wise move.
  • Eberechi Eze (£6.2m) – Eze picked up an injury in his latest game. Because of that and the fact that midfielder slots are precious this season, selling him would be a good move.
  • Crystal Palace defenders – As appealing as they were the Crystal Palace defence have kept just one clean sheet in their last four matches. It’s also worth noting that they face Liverpool and Manchester City in their next four games. There are also very good option elsewhere at the back.
  • Julian Alvarez (£7.1m) – Due to the heavy schedule ahead Alvarez could be rotated in out and of the starting 11. His form is also very questionable considering his price-point.
  • Bruno Fernandes (£8.3m) – Although the talisman and penalty taker for Manchester United his form has not been up to scratch this season. Not only is he blocking other brilliant midfield picks but he also has Newcastle and Chelsea ahead.
  • Son Heung-Min (£9.6m) – Some may be considering whether Son is a buy, sell or keep for Gameweek 14. The loss of key creator James Maddison has severely dampened Son’ threat recently. He also has matches against the likes of Manchester City and Newcastle next as well as being very expensive.


  • Gabriel Martinelli (£7.8m) – Arsenal have very good fixtures ahead against teams conceding some poor defensive stats. As frustrating as Martinelli has been for owners he could be a very tough sell with the matches ahead.
  • Aston Villa – Many could be considering selling their Aston Villa assets with the tough run ahead. However, before their hard schedule starts they have a match against Bournemouth next which is a great opportunity for their attackers like striker Ollie Watkins (£8.5m) and midfielder Moussa Diaby (£6.8m).
  • Odsonne Edouard (£5.5m) – The injury to Eberechi Eze is a concern moving forward. However with the return of Michael Olise and his creativity it could make Edouard a good hold. He faces a West Ham side next who are struggling to keep clean sheets.
  • Phil Foden (£7.5m) – It may be tempting to move Foden on this week after two blanks in a row. But, he seems to be starting every league game for Manchester City and the midfielder managed to score and create two assists in his most recent Champions League match. Foden has a great opportunity to get back to league form with Tottenham next, a side who have lost their last three matches.
  • Kieran Trippier (£7m) – Manchester United lay ahead for Newcastle but after that the Magpies have a great run of fixtures. Trippier still sits as the best in his position for chances and big chances created. With that in mind he has multiple routes to points.

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