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Best Budget Players for Gameweek 33

Using Fantasy Football Scout‘s fixture ticker and underlying stats, here are some of the best budget players for Gameweek 33.

Singling out the best cheap players for Gameweek 27 can be extremely useful to managers. Such budget enablers are vital when trying to squeeze in some premium options and they can even be great standalone options.


Below are the Gameweek 33 fixtures, sorted by perceived difficulty where the top teams have nicer-looking outings.


Joao Pedro (£5.2m)

Before the recent hamstring injury that kept him sidelined for six league matches, Brighton’s Pedro was the joint-sixth best player throughout the league for penalty area shots (44). Yet 11 of his 23 appearances had been from the bench.

The 22-year-old is now back in action, about to visit Burnley. No European distractions are coming in midweek, so the Seagulls can fully focus on ending the season strongly.

Being on penalties is a huge benefit too, as he’s netted 10 from 10 in all this campaign’s competitions. Not only that, his cheapness frees up more of the budget for managers to distribute elsewhere.

Chris Wood (£4.9m)

An ever lower-priced forward is Nottingham Forest’s in-form striker. He’s scored in four successive league games which, surrounding a hamstring injury, stretches back further to nine in his last ten.

Forest are only out of the bottom three thanks to goal difference but playing in front of a dynamic trio like Morgan Gibbs-White (£5.7m), Anthony Elanga (£5.1m) and Callum Hudson-Odoi (£4.7m) will always bring more opportunities.

In fact, weekend opponents Wolves have just one clean sheet from their last ten.

Alejandro Garnacho (£4.9m)

A very popular cheap midfielder in Wildcard season is Man United’s Garnacho. For such a cheap price, you get attacking coverage of a top-six side via someone named in 22 consecutive line-ups.

And since that initial Gameweek 11 start, nobody in the Premier League has had more touches inside the box (164). He’s even sixth for penalty area shots (48).

Three explosive braces of 14+ points have come in this period and owners will hope for another when away at Bournemouth.

Sergio Reguilon (£4.4m)

Finally, some parts of the FPL community may still think it’s too soon to mention this left-back’s name. Because over 650,000 watched in horror as Reguilon was sent off in the eighth minute of Blank Gameweek 29, many of whom were Free Hit users.

That red card ended with minus three points and, after setting up two goals at the weekend, it means that his last seven starts on loan at Brentford have brought five assists and two negative scores. The new Lucas Digne (£4.6m), perhaps?

Being without any future Double Gameweeks further harms Reguilon’s late-season appeal but the immediate meeting with Sheffield United has potential.

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