Fantasy Premier League bargains


Lukasz Fabianski - £4.5m

A cheap goalkeeper that will play week in week out the Premier League is hard to find in fantasy football. One that will make a handful of saves and keep cleansheets is even harder. However, in Lukasz Fabinaski we think we've found one. The West Ham goalkeeper played for Swansea last season and despite the Welsh club being relegated Fabianski recorded an impressive 157 points.

Under Manuel Pellegrini West Ham have strengthened well and could be a real force this season. They're still lacking some defensive options but have sorted their goalkeeper problems, with Fabianski set to be the number one. A lot of people are tipping the Hammers for a top half finish and will need Fabianski at his best if they are to achieve that.

Lukasz Fabianski

Charlie Daniels - £4.5m

Bournemouth are slowly becoming one of the regulars in the Premier League and are about to start their fourth season in a row in the top flight of English football. Eddie Howe has constructed a good side and Charlie Daniels has been a constant in the back four. Playing at left back he gets up and down and played the majority of the 17/18 season.

At £4.5m the Bournemouth defender looks a good option if you're low on money. He's averaged in his three seasons around 120 points and is a steady player. He gets goals as well as assists. The Cherries play free flowing football that allows the full backs to get forward. With six cleansheets last season Eddie Howe's side is capable of keeping goals out and they'll be hoping for a few more this season.

Charlie Daniels Bournemouth

Ryan Fredericks - £5m

Another one of West Ham's signings makes the bargain list, a bit more expensive than the others but Ryan Fredericks looks good value at £5m. Fredericks is yet to play in the Premier League but enjoyed a great season with Fulham last season. The right back was a big reason why Fulham gained promotion from the Championship and were sad to see him go.

The right back possess bags of pace and will be a real danger for West Ham. The Hammers defence has struggled in recent years and Manuel Pellegrini has brought in some much needed reinforcements. Fredericks will provide an offensive threat as well as defensive stability.

Ryan Fredericks


Demarai Gray - £5.5m

Leicester have looked good the last few seasons. They're a fantastic counter attacking team and won the Premier League playing that way. Claude Puel has recruited some good defenders that will be able to soak up pressure and allow the Leicester forwards to break and break quickly. A big part of their team has been Riyad Mahrez who has now moved to Man City leaving a whole in the Leicester team.

Demarai Gray has showed some great promise and with Riyad Mahrez moving on now is the time for Gray to become a starting eleven regular. He has great pace and can score from distance. He's waited for an opportunity for a long time at Leicester and this could be his break through season.

Demarai Gray Leicester

Pascal Gross - £7m

Pascal Gross was the bargain of the season in 17/18. The midfielder arrived at Brighton for just £3m from German outfit Ingolstadt. He created a huge amounts of chances in the Budersliga and continued that form in the Premier League. He and Glenn Murray created a great partnership and their contribution towards the Brighton goal tally was a big reason for them staying up.

Gross racked up an impressive 164 points in Fantasy football. Due to his abilities to create for Brighton his price has risen dramatically to £7m. If he can produce similar statistics this season £7m still looks like a good price. Chris Hughton has looked to strengthen his side this season and has brought in a number of new faces. A good year from Brighton will rely heavily on Gross's goal return and creation.

Gross Brighton

Heung-Min Son - £8.5m

At £8.5m people could make a strong argument that anyone that costs that much is not a bargain. However, Son has a great return in points and is only going to continue to improve. Tottenham have improved year on year and are likely to have another good season. Son has become a big part of the squad in recent seasons and scored 12 goals and got 8 assists last time out. He racked up a total of 178 points in fantasy and will have a similar production this time out.

Heung-Min Son's price has gradually risen over the years but at £8.5m still looks like a good price. If you are looking to spend a little bit more on a player Son could be your man. Compared to the majority of the Tottenham players he's had a long rest this summer with South Korea not going far in the World Cup. This could see Mauricio Pochettino use the winger as the main attacking outlet, getting some early points.

Heung-Min Son Tottenham


Charlie Austin - £6m

An almost forgotten man in the Premier League is Charlie Austin. The striker has struggled with injuries for season upon season and justifies his low price of £6m. The 14/15 season was the only time he managed to play the majority of games and scored an impressive 18 goals, earning him an England call-up. That year he record a total of 176 points in fantasy and if kept fit can get a similar return.

Staying fit is the problem with Austin but at only £6m he may be worth the risk. Southampton really struggled for goals last season and Mark Hughes may be tempted to bring in a new striker. However, with Austin they have the finished article. He's scored goals wherever he's played. A fully fit Austin will score goals this season but keeping him fit will be the challenge for Southampton.

Charlie Austin Southampton

Cenk Tosun - £7m

The Turkish striker is surprisingly only priced at £7m. Tosun looks great value at this price as he'll lead the line for Marco Silva's side. Joining Everton from Besiktas in January he took to Premier League football very quickly. The manager at the time, Sam Allardyce, wanted to save him for the new season before bringing him into the side but his quality was too good to leave out. He scored 5 goals in his 12 starts last season and will be looking to pick up where he left off.

Cenk Tosun will lead the line for Everton this season. They've lacked an out and out striker since the departure of Romelu Lukaku, in Tosun it looks like they've found one. Marco Silva likes to play an expansive football and his sides normally score goals.

Cenk Tosun Everton