Fantasy Football Scout: GW15 Scout Picks
Sirius continue to impress in attack, though less so in defence and Malmö are missing both Anders Christiansen and Isaac Kiese Thelin this Gameweek but have squad depth to cope at home to Örebro. Elsewhere, Norrköping need to get back to winning ways at home to Hammarby, who come in strengthened by a derby win.
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Johan Dahlin 6.4m
With Malmö picking up 3 clean sheets from their last 5 games, Johan Dahlin is becoming an increasingly solid pick. He has gathered 15 defensive bonus points so far and now faces Örebro at home, in a game that looks relatively straightforward.
Aslak Fonn Witry 7.4m
The maurading right back Aslak Fonn Witry got an assist for the own goal by Mads Fenger in the derby against Hammarby. The disappointment from Djurgården as they lost another derby was clear and at home to Mjällby, they will look for a strong bounce back. Witry is behind most things positive in Djurgården's attack and has a very big potential this Gameweek.
Johan Larsson 5.9m
Johan Larsson has impressed at Elfsborg, even with his premium price tag, with 7 assists, 9 offensive and 8 defensive bonus points gathered. He looks like a great prospect at home to Falkenberg.
Franz Brorsson 5.5m
Returning from his loan at Esbjerg to provide cover for the centre back problem at Malmö, Franz Brorsson is making himself hard to drop on current form. 2 clean sheets and 21 points gathered from 3 games since coming back, Brorsson can provide an alternative route either beside or instead of Anel Ahmedhodzic.
Jo Inge Berget 8.7m
In the two Gameweeks that have passed since he first saw himself included in the Scout Picks, Jo Inge Berget has scored 20 points and risen 0.3m in price. With Isaac Kiese Thelin suspended, he could even play in his preferred centre forward position against Örebro. With 5 goals and 2 assists in the last 5 games there could be more to come this Gameweek.
Sead Haksabanovic 11.0m
Norrköping have struggled lately but Sead Haksabanovic remains the highest scoring player in the game with 97 points. At home to a Hammarby side who continue to ship goals, he should easily pass the 100 point total this Gameweek.
Yukiya Sugita 7.2m
The first midfielder in a Sirius double up, Yukiya Sugita is proving to be a very canny loan signing. With Helsingborg at home in midweek, who have conceded 6 goals in their last two games, there is little reason to doubt Sugita in Gameweek 15.
Stefano Vecchia 6.0m
Stefano Vecchia wasted no time in re-establishing himself as a fantastic option for our squads after missing a game, with a 17-point haul in Gameweek 14. While there might be slight concerns over a partial rest, any kind of minutes in the form he's in right now should generate points.
Jesper Karlsson 9.0m
With 6 goals and 3 assists in the last 5 Gameweeks, it's fair to say Jesper Karlsson is in fantastic form. At home to Falkenberg, who continue to struggle defensively, it’s hard to see him not continuing that form.
Alexander Söderlund 8.5m
A disappointing blank at home to Kalmar in Gameweek 14 aside, Alexander Söderlund still has 5 goals and 2 assists from 8 games played this season. Traveling to Varberg, Häcken will need to rid themselves of their issues on the road if they are to make a run this season.
Per Frick 6.4m
Start of the season bandwagon Per Frick dropped off considerably after his 2 goals in the opening Gameweeks of the season, waiting until Gameweek 12 to make it three and then popping up with a fourth the week after. A player seemingly most comfortable on his home turf, he has taken 4 shots on target and 5 off target in his 2 home games.