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Fantasy Premier League: What to Expect in Gameweek 15

With the help of the Official Premier League website and its stats we look at what to expect in FPL Gameweek 15. We focus on the head-to-head data and pick out the teams who usually win, keep more clean sheets, score the most goals and other factors that could help us make decisions.

Not many managers may not what to expect in Gameweek 15 but here we can give some great insight into how each game may play out. This can then help with decisions around transfers, captaincy, chips and more to give you an edge.

Wolves v Burnley

  • In the last 10 matches played between the sides there has been three wins for Wolves, four for Burnley and three draws.
  • The highest owned player in the matchup is Wolves midfielder Hwang Hee-Chan (5.7%).
  • Burnley are conceding an average of 2.46 goals per game this season.

Luton v Arsenal

  • Both sides are yet to face each other in the Premier League.
  • Arsenal have lost just one match this campaign compared to Luton’ eight.
  • Arsenal are also averaging 2.08 goals scored per game this season.

Brighton v Brentford

  • In the four matches played between the clubs there has been two wins for Brighton, one for Brentford and one draw.
  • The highest owned players going into the matchup are Brentford midfielder Bryan Mbeumo (28.3%) and Brighton midfielder Kaoru Mitoma (24.1%).
  • Brighton have a better goals scored per game average than Brentford but a worse goals conceded per game average.

Crystal Palace v Bournemouth

  • Bournemouth have won just two of their 12 matches against Crystal Palace.
  • Crystal Palace have won all five of their last five matches against the Cherries.
  • Crystal Palace have also scored at least two goals in four of their last five meetings.

Fulham v Nottingham Forest

  • There has been just two matches played between the sides and both were won by Fulham.
  • The highest owned players in the game are both goalkeepers (Bernd Leno and Matt Turner).
  • Both sides are averaging 1.6 goals conceded per game this season.

Sheffield United v Liverpool

  • Liverpool have won just six of their 10 matches against the Blades which could be surprising.
  • The Reds have also netted between 2-4 goals in four of their last five meetings.
  • Sheffield United are averaging 2.62 goals conceded per game this season.

Aston Villa v Manchester City

  • Manchester City have won 29 of their 46 matches against Aston Villa.
  • Both sides have scored in all of the last five meetings.
  • Both sides are also averaging well above two goals scored per game this campaign.

Manchester United v Chelsea

  • Both sides have won 18 of their 62 head-to-heads each and there has been 26 draws.
  • Three of their last four meetings have ended as a 1-1 draw.
  • Chelsea are averaging a better goals scored per game average than Manchester United but a worse goals conceded per game average.

Everton v Newcastle

  • We could have another tight game based off the stats. Both sides have won at least 22 of the 56 matchups and there has been 11 draws.
  • Newcastle have averaged two goals scored per game against Everton in the last five meetings.
  • Newcastle are also averaging 2.38 goals scored per game overall this season.

Tottenham v West Ham

  • Tottenham have dominated the 54 matches with 26 wins but West Ham have still managed 17 victories.
  • Tottenham are also averaging 1.92 goals per game this season overall.
  • West Ham midfielder Jarrod Bowen and Tottenham midfielder Son Heung-Min have scored the same amount of goals so far this season with eight.

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