•FAQ1) Is De Bruyne an enough coverage from Man City? & Is Jesus worth having while Aguero is out for few weeks?
After a frustrating performance from Sterling who has blanked for the 3rd straight match & the recent injury Sergio Aguero sustained during last GW match vs Chelsea, no wonder to see both Man City stars topping the transfers out chart ahead of GW14, which makes the 40 % owned (Kevin De Bruyne 10.2m) the only asset from Man City worth considering - at least for now.
Considering their fixtures in the upcoming GWs, Man City will have a busy schedule from now until Christmas, they will be enjoying 2 favorable away trips on paper to Burnley & Newcastle, before a triple header of Man united, Arsenal & Leicester City to come between GWs 16 & 18. Christmas festive period always comes with rotations for most of PL managers & with Pep it would be the ideal period to play his usual roulette in his Man City squad, though KDB is the most assured starter of all premium city assets, although we believe he may be benched at least once in the coming 7 GWs until the end of the year. As for (Gabriel Jesus 9.5) he may be a good differential for the short term, but it remains to be seen whether he can deliver or not in the upcoming GWs, with Sterling previously played in the No.9 rule during Aguero's injury.
To sum it up, I would only keep De Bruyne as the only attacking coverage from Man City at least for now & wait to see how Jesus can perform in the upcoming GWs before getting him in, especially with many other forwards are in red hot form right now (Vardy-Jiménez or even Lacazette).
•FAQ2) What are the best options from Spurs?
With Mourinho in charge now at Spurs, FPL managers followed the beginning of Mourinho’s spurs Era against West ham with a keen interest, as spurs beat the hammers to snatch the 1st away win in PL since last January & the first win in 6 matches. In fact, Spurs players played with a big desire at London Stadium in the early Kick off last Saturday & on Tuesday night Champions League game against Olympiakos.as for best options from Spurs, they are as below:
(Heung-Min Son 9.7m) who had an eye-catching performance during the West ham match registering 13 points haul thanks to a goal & an assist along with maximum bonus points & seems to be the optimum pick in Spurs Mid field, although Deli Alli has impressed in both games against West ham & Olympiakos, having been deployed in the No.10 rule by Jose.
(Harry Kane 10.8m) who netted 3 goals in 2 matches since Mourinho’s appointment is also a player to consider for the upcoming GWs keeping in mind his explosive returns, which further consolidates his credentials for the captaincy armband ahead of favorable home game against Bournemouth.
Although Spurs are still far from being solid at the back, (Sergie Aurier 4.8m) remains a major threat pushing forward registering a goal & a couple of assists in Mourinho’s 2 games in charge, so attacking returns maybe on the horizon for the Ivorian specially with spurs enjoying 2 home games in the next 4.
•FAQ3) Is it time to sell Liverpool defenders after keeping only 2 clean sheets so far this season?
Last Saturday hard fought 2-1 win for Liverpool at Palace, means now that Liverpool has failed to keep a clean sheet in all PL matches bar two so far this season. So many FPL managers are starting to think about Liverpool defensive assets ahead of their Blank in GW18.
In fact, Owners of Liverpool defensive assets (mainly TAA & Robertson) are still heavily reliant on their attacking contributions, as clean sheets seem to be hard to get at least for now. Though to be honest Liverpool were unlucky to keep just two clean sheets so far, keeping in mind that only Leicester City has conceded fewer goals (9) than Liverpool (11) this season, with the Reds conceding just a single goal in each of their 11 matches they conceded in.
With 3 home games in the next 4-including a very appealing fixture this weekend against Brighton who scored just 5 goals on the road this season (including 3 goals at GW1 against a poor Watford side), owning any of TAA or Robertson would be a near essential, considering their attacking threat & clean sheet potential, as returns on both side of the field seems on the horizon.
•FAQ4) Is it time to sell Man United defenders? (De Gea, Maguire & Bissaka) after failing to keep a clean sheet in the last 6 GWs?
Man United has now kept just 2 clean sheets so far this season & seemed to be a little bit fragile at the back especially in their thrilling 3-3 draw with Sheffield in a below-average away display for the red devils.
With the absence of clean sheets & lack of attacking returns as well for all Man united defenders, many FPL managers are rushing to sell them, with the likes of Soyncu -TAA/Robertson - Tomori or even Aurier have a better form & fixtures at the moment. Though with a goal shy Aston Villa making a trip to Old Trafford in GW 14, it would be wise to give United defenders last chance before parting company with.