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Best budget picks for GAFFR

The Championship is under a week away from its start which means the fantasy game is too. Because of this we take a look at some of the best budget picks for GAFFR with the help of expert manager @TomP_FF.

Cheap fantasy assets can be vital for managers. Not only do they help enable some of the pricier options within our teams and allow funds wherever necessary but finding the best ones can be very beneficial towards rank. So, lets take a look at the best budget picks for GAFFR.


Seny Dieng (£4.5m) – He’s been in basically all of my articles so far. He’s a keeper from a top half Championship side available for £4.5m, a bargain option. He’s probably about £1m under-priced.

Conor Hazard (£4.0m) – The best of the £4m goalkeepers is him in my opinion. With Cooper out injured, it seems that Hazard will start the season, and he is an ideal bench goalkeeper who has the highest chance of playing.


Hayden Coulson (£4.5m) – is Middlesbrough’s only fit left-back and comes in at a nice price of £4.5m. His starting place is obviously in jeopardy as it seems likely that Middlesbrough will sign a new left back, but to start the season he seems a viable pick.

Josh Key (£5m) – Swansea signed Key from Exeter, and he looked great in terms of stats in League One which will hopefully translate to bonus in GAFFR. He will be one of Swansea’s wing-backs, and will get up the pitch a lot in Duff’s system.

Janoi Donacien (£4.0m) – With Clarke missing the majority of pre-season through injury, Donacien seems to have gotten the nod at right-back. As bench fodder he seems the £4.0m who is most likely to start, and with high hopes for Ipswich he could be a decent option.


Regan Slater (£5m) – Slater has been doing well in pre-season, chipping in with goals and assists and looking like a great budget asset. He’s been playing advanced of his central midfield role and for £5m he seems a worthwhile upgrade on any £4.5m midfielders.

Vaughan (£5m) – Vaughan emerged at the end of last season, and has impressed Hull fans. He plays off the wing and although his stats didn’t look great, Hull fans believe he should start the season. A winger from a decent Hull side on paper for £5m seems a tidy pick up.

Brahima Diarra (£4.5m) – Diarra seems the stand out option at the £4.5m bracket. It appears he was playing off Danny Ward in their latest pre-season game against Heerenveen. Obviously he’s not going to play 90 minutes every game, but he seems the most attacking out of the £4.5’s.


George Hirst (£6m) – With injury concerns around Broadhead, I really like Hirst as a cheap option. He scored in their last pre-season game, and seems to be the focal point of Ipswich’s attacks having watched the highlights of their pre-season games.

Luis Semedo (£6m) – With Stewart missing the start of the season, it seems that Semedo will slot in. The young striker scored in Saturday’s friendly, and a way into the explosive Sunderland attack for £6m seems a great pick up.

Conor Chaplin (£6.5m) – Chaplin tore up League 1 last season, and will hope that form translates into the Championship. What stands out about Chaplin is he looks great for bonus. His shots volume was ridiculous last season, and he averaged 1.5 key passes a game. Therefore he’s got bonus potential even if he doesn’t return, which enhances his appeal.

Get ready for the new season and check out the top picks for GAFFR Gameweek 1 right here.

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