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The Premier League makes a swift return with a full complement of fixtures over the course of Tuesday and Wednesday. Read on as we sink our teeth into the bookmakers’ odds from across the internet and analyse the relevant clean sheet and anytime goalscorer markets for Gameweek 15…

Clean sheet odds

TeamBest clean sheet oddsImplied chance of a clean sheet

Liverpool

1.83

55%

Man City

2.1

48%

Tottenham

2.1

48%

Everton

2.1

48%

Bournemouth

2.31

43%

West Ham

2.42

41%

Chelsea

2.5

40%

Crystal Palace

2.85

35%

Brighton

2.88

35%

Leicester

3.55

28%

Man Utd

4

25%

Fulham

4.2

24%

Arsenal

4.7

21%

Wolves

5.1

20%

Huddersfield

5.3

19%

Newcastle

5.6

18%

Cardiff

6.1

16%

Southampton

8.5

12%

Burnley

10

10%

Watford

11

9%

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Liverpool top the bookies’ defensive rankings with a 55% chance of keeping a clean sheet when they travel to Turf Moor to tackle Burnley on Wednesday evening. The Reds haven’t conceded in their last 3 top flight outings, whilst the Clarets have failed to find the net in 4 of their last 6, so it’s no surprise to see Jurgen Klopp’s side odds-on for another shutout. Alisson offers a risk free route into the Liverpool rearguard and is the top scoring keeper at this stage of the season with 72 points. The Brazilian starts in goal for our squad.

Manchester City, Tottenham and Everton all tie for second (48%) this Gameweek. The Citizens travel to Watford, whilst Mauricio Pochettino’s side will have the perfect opportunity to bounce back from their London derby disappointment when they host managerless Southampton on Wednesday, and Everton welcome Newcastle to Goodison Park.

Some stats of note: Manchester City have kept 4 clean sheets in their last 5 away games in all competitions, whilst Watford have scored just once in their last 4. Fresh from sacking Mark Hughes, it will be hard to predict how Southampton will fare this Gameweek, but they have blanked in 3 of their last 5 on the road. Everton, meanwhile, have recorded 3 shutouts in their last 4 in front of their own fans, whilst Newcastle have failed to score in 50% of their away games this term.

With rotation a concern given the short space between fixtures, we try to maximise starting security for our selections. Fabian Delph should start at left-back for City with Benjamin Mendy and Oleksandr Zinchenko both out, whilst Juan Foyth should continue at centre-back for Mauricio Pochettino’s side with Jan Vertonghen suspended. Michael Keane completes our defence having started every game he has been available for this season for the Toffees.

It’s as you were on our bench, with the value it provides continuing to prove unbeatable. Ben Hamer (42%) is unlikely to feature against Bournemouth, but is still the likeliest £4.0m keeper to see any game time, whilst Aaron Wan-Bissaka (35%) and Ryan Bennett (20%) remain superb options in defence at the same price point. This weekend they travel to Brighton and host Chelsea respectively.

Goalscorer odds

PlayerBest anytime goalscorer oddsImplied chance of scoring

Harry Kane

1.62

62%

Sergio Aguero

1.8

56%

Mohamed Salah

1.8

56%

Gabriel Jesus

1.98

51%

Jamie Vardy

2.25

44%

Marko Arnautovic

2.25

44%

Raheem Sterling

2.3

43%

Fernando Llorente

2.38

42%

Eden Hazard

2.4

42%

Richarlison

2.4

42%

Callum Wilson

2.4

42%

Sadio Mane

2.5

40%

Roberto Firmino

2.5

40%

Aleksandar Mitrovic

2.5

40%

Leroy Sane

2.6

38%

Son Heung-Min

2.6

38%

Alexandre Lacazette

2.62

38%

Romelu Lukaku

2.7

37%

Cenk Tosun

2.7

37%

Alexis Sanchez

2.75

36%

Alvaro Morata

2.8

36%

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

2.8

36%

Anthony Martial

2.88

35%

Joshua King

2.9

34%

Riyad Mahrez

3.1

32%

Xherdan Shaqiri

3.1

32%

Gylfi Sigurdsson

3.1

32%

Kelechi Iheanacho

3.25

31%

Willian

3.5

29%

Theo Walcott

3.5

29%

Erik Lamela

3.55

28%

Pedro

3.6

28%

James Maddison

3.75

27%

Wilfried Zaha

3.8

26%

Steve Mounie

3.8

26%

Raul Jimenez

4

25%

Bernardo Silva

4

25%

Paul Pogba

4

25%

Jesse Lingard

4

25%

Felipe Anderson

4.2

24%

Laurent Depoitre

4.33

23%

Danny Ings

4.5

22%

Charlie Austin

4.5

22%

Henrikh Mkhitaryan

4.5

22%

Aaron Ramsey

4.5

22%

Jordan Ayew

4.75

21%

Kenneth Zohore

4.75

21%

Jurgen Locadia

4.75

21%

Grady Diangana

4.75

21%

Ryan Fraser

4.75

21%

Andros Townsend

5

20%

Diogo Jota

5

20%

Ryan Sessegnon

5

20%

Chris Wood

5.1

20%

Troy Deeney

5.2

19%

Yoshinori Muto

5.25

19%

Danny Ward

5.5

18%

Jose Izquierdo

5.5

18%

Ayoze Perez

5.6

18%

Alex Pritchard

5.75

17%

Mesut Ozil

5.8

17%

Isaac Success

6

17%

Ashley Barnes

6

17%

Helder Costa

6.1

16%

Aaron Mooy

6.25

16%

Gerard Deulofeu

6.5

15%

Roberto Pereyra

6.5

15%

Kenedy

6.5

15%

Luka Milivojevic

6.5

15%

Matt Ritchie

6.5

15%

Mohamed Elyounoussi

6.75

15%

Anthony Knockaert

7

14%

Stuart Armstrong

7.5

13%

Tom Cairney

8

13%

NGolo Kante

9.5

11%

Robbie Brady

9.5

11%

Joao Moutinho

10.5

10%

Philip Billing

12

8%

Aaron Lennon

13

8%

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg

16

6%

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Harry Kane sits atop the bookies’ attacking estimations and takes our captain’s armband, ahead of his plum home clash with Southampton. The England hitman, who is afforded a 62% chance of scoring in Gameweek 15, has bagged 6 goals in his last 8 games for his club, and a defence that has conceded 11 in their last 4 top flight matches will certainly not be looking forward to facing him on Wednesday evening.

Joining Kane up front in our starting XI are Marko Arnautovic (44%) and Calum Wilson (42%). The Hammers’ Austrian talisman was back amongst the points last weekend with an assist, and has attacking returns in 3 of his 6 outings at The London Stadium this season. A home encounter with Cardiff on Tuesday provides the platform to add to that record. Wilson, meanwhile, is enjoying a phenomenal campaign with 7 goals and 7 assists to his name so far. He enjoys a similarly favourable fixture this Gameweek, with Huddersfield visiting The Vitality.

In midfield, Mohamed Salah (56%) is, not for the first time this season, our headline act. Despite blanking against Everton on Sunday, the Egyptian phenomenon has returned 44 points in his last 6 games (4 goals, 2 assists), and the fact he was withdrawn after 74 minutes at the weekend means he looks likely to start on Tuesday against a Burnley back line that has been breached 17 times in their last 6 matches – the worst defence in the division over that period.

Richarlison (42%) returns to our squad prior to his hosting of Newcastle, who uncharacteristically conceded 3 times against West Ham last Saturday. Playing OOP up front for Marco Silva’s men, the Brazilian will be looking to add to the 6 Premier League goals he has already scored this season.

A pair of calculated risks complete our midfield: Riyad Mahrez and Xherdan Shaqiri (both 32%). Mahrez has been rested for both of Manchester City’s last 2 games, so with the compact schedule, it would seem he is due a start, whilst Shaqiri’s run in the Liverpool side looks set to continue with Sadio Mane an injury doubt. Both men have undoubted quality and have also posted decent numbers in the top flight this season (Mahrez: 4 goals, 1 assist, Shaqiri: 2 goals, 4 assists) despite not being guaranteed starters. In terms of their midweek opponents, Watford have allowed 5 goals against them in their last 2 games, whilst we have already touched upon Burnley’s current malaise.

With £5.5m left in the bank, and due to the threat of enhanced rotation this Gameweek, we opt for Ryan Fraser (21%), who hosts Huddersfield, as our first sub. The explosive Scot is, like his clubmate Wilson, enjoying a fantastic campaign to date, having notched 3 goals, 6 assists and 10 bonus points.

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Good luck with your fantasy teams this weekend!

May the odds be with you

Daniel Victory is a Fantasy football and anytime goalscorer betting enthusiast. Enjoys SSS – statistics, strategizing and spreadsheets. Follow his great tips on Twitter.

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