Gameweek 15 Preview

Gameweek 14 has been and gone, and now here we are with our gameweek 15 preview, along with our star man picks for each game:

Newcastle vs. Chelsea

Newcastle v Chelsea

It really is hard to see anyone beating Chelsea this season however in last year’s fixture; the Toon came out with an impressive win over them, and Jose Mourinho has never won at St James’ Park. We would still expect a very strong performance from the Blues though.


The Belgian winger is starting to get back to his best, with a goal in his last game, and his overall form is starting to improve on the pitch.

Hull vs. West Brom

Hull City v West Brom

Hull put an end to their poor run of form with an impressive point in midweek, whereas West Bromwich Albion have lost four games in a row with their goals completely drying up. The Tigers should come out on top in this relegation battle.


The Scottish wingback is likely to get a clean sheet in this fixture against such a poor side so far this season, and his bursting runs have also led to great balls being put into the box.

Liverpool vs. Sunderland

Liverpool v Sunderland

Liverpool are staring to gain some momentum with two wins on the spin, and they should continue this winning run against a Sunderland side who have only won two games all season, so it should be a pretty easy three points.


This midfield maestro proved the other day that he still is Liverpool’s best midfielder and he should be on more bursting runs in his new attacking role.

QPR vs. Burnley

QPR v Burnley

This is a huge relegation battle so this tight six-pointer will be extremely vital to both sides. Burnley are unbeaten in four, whilst Queens Park Rangers have been rather impressive at home this season, so a home win is probably the result.


The top-scoring English striker in the league this season, Austin has a good eye for the back of the net at home.

Stoke vs. Arsenal

Stoke City v Arsenal

Despite all the concern surrounding Arsene Wenger, Arsenal have won three matches on the spin, whilst Stoke have been incredibly inconsistent this season but we expect the Gunners to still grab the three points.


Effectively running the North London side, Alexis has been the shining light for the North London side.

Spurs vs. Palace

Tottenham v Crystal Palace

There have been glimpses of something special for Tottenham, and they are slowly but surely making progress up the table. The Eagles though are still finding their feet under Neil Warnock so the Spurs should come out on top.


Dier popped up with two goals earlier in the season, and we feel we should give him a chance to get on the score sheet once more, as well as his clean sheet.

City vs. Everton

Manchester City v Everton

The champions are starting to play some dominant football, shipping seven goals in their last two games so they should win rather comfortably against an Everton team who are still trying to find the right balance between domestic and European football.


The league’s current top scorer is a must have in anyone’s team, he simply cannot stop scoring and should find the net again.

West Ham vs. Swansea

West Ham v Swansea

It is rather odd that this is in fact a top six clash so there should be a lot of quality on show, but since the two sides are so close to each other in the table then a draw is the most likely outcome in this fixture.


His performances this season have got him an England call-up and Downing once again assisted in midweek.

Villa vs. Leicester

Aston Villa v Leicester City

The Foxes really need to get their act together as they have not won in nine games, and they travel to Aston Villa who have not been great this season either. It is hard to see Leicester getting anything from the game since they have been so poor this season.


One of the best shot-stoppers in the league, a home clean sheet is probably your best bet in a tie like this.

Southampton vs. United

Southampton v Manchester United

Van Gaal has subtly taken Manchester United back into the top four, and Southampton are on an unfortunate but poor run of form at the moment. This top 4 clash should have lots of goals, but United will probably get the victory.


Mata has proved to his manager that he deserves to be in the starting eleven with his goals from attacking midfield and his quality range of passing.



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