Fantasy Premier League tips: Best value bargain FPL transfers you need in GW13 | Football | Sport
Fantasy Premier League teams rely on bargain signings to make the most of every bit of the £100million budget.
Manchester United star Anthony Martial has provided some relief for Jose Mourinho’s men with a hot run of form.
He remains one of the best value stars in FPL despite his price tag being higher than most stars on the list, while Tottenham and Everton are also represented among the bargains.
Express Sport has rounded up the best FPL bargain stars with the highest Value (Form) ratings – calculated as points per million based on their most recent games.
Ross Barkley (Chelsea – £6.0m) 1.1 value
A three-game patch has fired Barkley back into the spotlight, though he’s had two disappointing appearances since.
Asmir Begovic (Bournemouth – £4.5m) 1.1 value
The Cherries’ are a goldmine for bargain attackers this year, but their man between the posts has been impressing in recent weeks.
Ben Chilwell (Leicester – £5.1m) 1.2 value
Clean sheets and assists are giving Chilwell owners plenty to smile about in FPL this season.
Kiko Femenia (Watford – £4.3m) 1.3 value
The Hornets’ right-back is emerging as a bargain option now that he’s getting regular first-team football.
Callum Paterson (Cardiff – £5.2m) 1.3 value
Three goals in four games will see Paterson’s ownership rise sharply this week.
Mathew Ryan (Brighton – £4.6m) 1.3 value
Brighton enjoyed a rock-solid spell several weeks ago and they have favourable fixtures ahead.
Anthony Martial (Man Utd – £7.6m) 1.4 value
United’s brightest spark in 2018/19. That doesn’t say a lot, but Martial is enjoying a five-game scoring streak.
Juan Foyth (Tottenham – £5.0m) 1.5 value
A disaster debut has been forgotten with a big display against Crystal Palace.
Lewis Dunk (Brighton – £4.4m) 1.6 value
When the clean sheets dried up, Dunk started scoring to keep his points soaring.
Jordan Pickford (Everton – £4.9m) 1.8 value
A pair of penalty saves on top of clean sheets has sent Pickford to the top of the value form chart.