With Gameweek 35 just a few days away, we look at players who provide good options at a budget.
We look at "Form", "Average Points Per Match","Goals Scored","Assists","Clean Sheets" , "Influence" ,"Creativity","Threat","Passing Accuracy","Tackles Won" and "Bonus Points".
Ryan Fraser - Bournemouth (£6.3m)
- Boosting an excellent record of seven goals and twelve (TWELVE!) assists to date, he has been the revelation of this fantasy football season.
- He's leading the charts for top chances created in the league so far with his attempted assists resulting in twelve goal assists, only Rahem Sterling has more with thirteen.
- Despite the lack of a double gameweek potential, opponents Fulham have the worst defensive record in the league, having conceded a whooping seventy-six goals in thirty-four games.
Andre Gray - Watford (£5.9m)
- With Troy Deeney suspended and Gerard Deulofeu doubtful, he's the most likely option to fill in for Watford in attack.
- Although he was more often included as a substitute, he has a ratio of one goal or assist every 150 minutes.
- A major double gameweek potential with Watford facing two of the bottom five teams in the league that often struggle in defence, especially Huddersfield which have the third worst record for goals conceded at home.
James Ward-Prowse - Southampton (£5.1m)
- Having scored six goals so far, it remains very weird that he's yet to register a single assist but a change in fortunes is increasingly likely now.
- He represents Southampton's go-to player for set piece duties, whether it's about penalties, corners or free-kicks, he's behind them all.
- An interesting double gameweek potential with Southampton making two trips to face Newcastle and Watford with both teams combining for only one clean sheet in the last six gameweeks.