Let's take a look at some top prospects from Newcastle United in Gameweek 14. We'll break this article down into three parts; The Safe Picks, Transfer Outs, and Risky Picks.
Gameweek 14 sees Newcastle host Aston Villa, a team on the bounce after a big 4-0 home win. While Emery, who turned down Newcastle after the club showed interest in Howe, has joined Villa. He will not take the dugout this weekend due to “work permit” issues. With Newcastle still having the best defence in the league, and on a high from a huge win in London. A few things to note early on is that Howe showed against Everton and Spurs that he sticks with a winning team. So with that in mind, let's get into the article.
While Trippier only earned 2 points for his FPL holders against Spurs. He made it into countless teams of the week and was once again a key player. With Newcastle being at SJP, we'll likely see us be a more attacking side, which is where Trippier can thrive. Trippier is averaging over 7 points a week right now, and has risen in value by nearly £1m in the opening 13 Gameweeks of the season.
We had Miggy as a “risky pick” in Gameweek 13, and it was worth the risk. Miggy netted once again and with more people picking him up, Miggy is on fire. Villa have conceded a fair few goals this season, which could be a prime outing for Miggy
Bruno has had an amazing start to the season, and Villa might be the sort of game he can thrive on. We also hope he's had slightly more sleep this week and is fully ready for Villa. Bruno has been well worth his spot in most FPL teams this season, and this might be another good points haul.
Honestly, we probably can't recommend anyone to remove this week. We only pick Pope because with Newcastle likely to be on attack mode, Pope might be a little quiet with just the clean sheet bonus likely to net him points. Honestly, we just think there are 3 better NUFC picks this week.
Burn has quietly picked up a fair few points this season. This is helped a lot by his clean sheet bonuses, however, at just £4.5m he might be a cheeky cheap option. Plus, Burn is yet to score a goal in the Premier League, though with Trippier out wide that's bound to change anytime soon.