We reel off some of the best budget enablers for Gameweek 28 with the help of the fantastic tools available in the Fantasy Football Scout members area. We also take into consideration form, fixtures and stats to help us.
Looking at some of the best budget enablers for Gameweek 28 can be hugely beneficial to FPL managers. Cheap players help enable funds elsewhere within our fantasy teams which also aids fitting in the more pricier options in the game.
Below we can see the fixtures for Gameweek 28 in difficulty order. The teams with the easiest fixtures lay at the top all the way down to the teams with the toughest fixtures at the bottom.
Aston Villa rank first on the fixture ticker this week with a game against struggling Bournemouth. The Cherries have been inconsistent for most of the season. Amongst all teams in the last six matches they also rank the worst for shots in the box conceded (77), the worst for attempts on goal conceded (116) and the worst for shots on target conceded (36).
One way into the Aston Villa attack could be Leon Bailey. The Jamaican comes in at a jaw-dropping £4.4m. Bailey has managed to pick up four goals and two assists this season. Enabling funds elsewhere within our teams Bailey has a fantastic fixture ahead and could have lots of potential going into the new round.
Chelsea rank second on the fixture ticker this week. They face an Everton side struggling for consistency and in the middle of a relegation battle. In addition, no team in the league has scored less goals than Everton this season (20), increasing the likelihood of a Chelsea clean sheet.
The Blues have been improving since they reintroduced their three at the back system, keeping three clean sheets in four of their matches in all competitions. The cheapest way into the Chelsea backline is Wesley Fofana (£4.3m). The centre-back managed a huge 14-point return in Gameweek 26, scoring a goal and keeping the clean sheet.
Tottenham rank third on the fixture ticker in Gameweek 28. Southampton lay ahead this week who rank joint worst with Everton for goals scored this season (20). This could indicate that they struggle to score goals.
Fraser Forster has taken over goalkeeper duties since Hugo Lloris has been out with injury. Forster has managed an impressive three returns in his last four matches including two clean sheets and a penalty save. As the cheapest playing goalkeeper in the game with a £3.9m price-tag, Forster could have great potential for the round ahead.
Bournemouth have been inconsistent this season but they face Aston Villa in Gameweek 28. Amongst all teams in the last six Gameweeks their opponents rank joint worst for goals conceded (12) and the worst for big chances conceded (20).
The stats above indicate that targeting Aston Villa could be very beneficial. The best way into the Bournemouth front line is without a doubt Dominic Solanke (£5.5m). The striker has notched up three goals and four assists this season whilst also taking his teams penalties.
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