FPL 2023/24 best bargains picks for draft, bargain goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards tips

FPL 2023/24 best bargains picks for draft, bargain goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards tips

Fantasy Premier League is back for another thrilling season! The excitement among football enthusiasts is palpable and we are here to help you with the top bargains picks for FPL 2023/24 season

With player prices revealed, it’s time to analyze and identify the best value-for-money picks across different positions. 

FPL 2023/24 best bargains picks for draft, bargain goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards tips list

From goalkeepers to defenders, midfielders, and forwards, we’ll explore bargain options to help you assemble your dream squad and maximize your fantasy football experience.

Top Bargain Picks for the FPL 2023-24: Fantasy Premier League Tips

Goalkeepers:

When it comes to goalkeepers, it’s essential to find a reliable and cost-effective option. While premium choices like Alisson Becker and Ederson are tempting, keep an eye on underrated players with favorable price tags. 

Bargain Goalkeepers include:  

Fulham’s Bernd Leno, priced at just £4.5m, offers the potential for a solid role to help the squad with his performance in front of the goal.

England Goalkeeper- Jordan Pickford (£4.5m) did not enjoy the best season as a team but his individual performance could keep him in contention. 

West Ham United’s Lukasz Fabianski (£4.5m) has proven himself as a dependable choice, especially with his ability to perform well against tougher oppositions.

Defenders:

Defensive options can make or break your fantasy team, and identifying bargains is crucial. players like Luke Shaw, Reece James, and Ben Chilwell, all priced at £5.5m, seem like solid picks. 

Bargain Defenders include:  

Aston Villa’s Tyron Mings at £4.5m can also contribute to your team’s success after securing 130 points in the last season.

Sven Botman and Dan Burn from Newcastle United also at £4.5m enjoyed an epic last season with incredible contributions that should be taken up a notch considering the team’s defensive discipline.

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Pervis Estupiñán from Brighton at £5.0m created some strong contributions with his ability to blend consistent attacking and defensive contributions that could be seen in this season.  

We cannot overlook the potential of newly-promoted teams. Look for a £4.0m defender, such as Luton Town’s Amari’i Bell or Burnley’s Jordan Beyer, who can provide regular game time.

Midfielders:

The midfield is often the engine room of any successful fantasy team, and finding cost-effective options is key. While Mohamed Salah may be tempting at £12.5m, consider other top-class midfielders available at lower prices.

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Bargain Midfielders include:  

Marcus Rashford (£9.0m), Bukayo Saka (£8.5m), Bruno Fernandes (£8.5m), Jack Grealish (£7.5m), and Kevin De Bruyne (£10.5m) have the potential to deliver impressive returns.   

Eberechi Eze at £6.5m could be a promising choice considering his impressive growth and determination to help the side during tougher matches.

Miguel Almirón from Newcastle and Pascal Groß from Brighton both at £6.5m were goal-scoring machines for their teams in the  last season which should help them maintain their flow for this season.

Forwards:

The forward position is where goals are scored, and finding the right balance between price and performance is crucial. While Erling Haaland (£14.0m) is a standout option, his high price tag raises concerns about budget allocation. 

Consider Harry Kane (£12.5m) as an alternative, especially if he remains in the Premier League. Kane’s consistency and ability to score goals make him a strong contender for the center-forward slot.

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Bargain Forwards include:  

Taiwo Awoniyi at £6.5m created 10 goals in the last season with greater potential for more that can be seen in this match.

Keep an eye on the performances of other budget-friendly forwards, like Yoane Wisses (£6.0m), Carlton Morris (£5.5m), and Elijah Adebayo (£5.0m), who could provide value and help offset the costs of expensive strikers.

Despite his limited game time, Julián Álvarez from Manchester City at £6.5m added 9 goals and 3 assists which is incredible in just a few games.

With unlimited changes available until the opening game on August 11, take advantage of the flexibility and craft a winning fantasy squad. Get ready for an exhilarating season of Fantasy Premier League!

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