We reel off some of the best budget players for Gameweek 35 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 players for Gameweek 35 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.
Brighton will be hoping to continue their excellent campaign with a game at home against Everton. Their opponents are currently battling relegation. Although that is the case, the Toffees are still shipping plenty of goals. In fact, Everton have conceded two or more goals in four of their last six matches.
Bagging plenty of goals Brighton have been firing their way towards European football convincingly as of late. To highlight their recent offensive success, when compared to every other team in the last six Gameweeks they rank first for attempts on goal (131), second for shots in the box (84), third for big chances total (84) and first for shots on target (49).
Some of the best budget attackers to target include Kaoru Mitoma (£5.6m) who has picked up a return in half of his last 10 matches. Another great pick is fellow midfielder Solly March (£5.3m). Amongst all players in the league in the last six Gameweeks he ranks second best for chances created (22) and joint third for big chances created (five) Some could even take a risk with Danny Welbeck (£6.5m). The striker claimed a huge 15-point return in Gameweek 34.
Nottingham Forest clash with Southampton this week and both will be battling it out to survive relegation. Nottingham Forest have been on a little scoring run, netting all of their last three matches whilst also scoring two or more in two of the same three games.
The Saints have been in really poor form this season and look set for relegation. In their last six matches they have shipped two or more goals in four, highlighting themselves as a team to target. One Nottingham Forest player who could take advantage of that is Morgan Gibbs-White (£5.5m). The midfielder has been excellent lately, returning in all three of his last games, including a double-digit haul.
Tottenham may be struggling defensively but they play at home and with a back-three system which pushes their wing-backs into some of the most advance positions on the pitch. One player we could consider is Pedro Porro (£4.8m).
To emphasise Porro’s attacking potential, when compared to every other defender in the league in the last six Gameweeks he ranks first for attempts on goal (12) and joint third for shots in the box (five). Most recently he also managed two goals and one assist, reinforcing his appeal.
Bournemouth have almost secured their place in the Premier League for next season after a recent run of strong form. The Cherries surprisingly won four of their last six matches whilst also looking convincing in front of goal.
Chelsea lay ahead for Bournemouth. The Blues have been the worst team in the league since new manager Frank Lampard took over, losing all six of their matches whilst also conceding two or more goals in five of those same games.
The best player to scrutinise the Chelsea downfall is Dominic Solanke (£5.6m). The striker ranks amongst the highest scoring players in the last six Gameweeks (43 points). Amongst all players in the same period Solanke also ranks second best for attempts on goal (23) and second best for shots in the box (22).
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