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Best midfielders on unlimited transfers

The English Premier League is back! With the help of the fixture ticker and key underlying stats from the Fantasy Football Scout members area, we take a look at some of the best midfielders on unlimited transfers.

Taking a look at the best midfielders on unlimited transfers can be hugely beneficial to managers. This season there has been a surge of performing midfielders and finding the best can help with key decisions like transfers and captaincy.

Mohamed Salah

Liverpool’s results are improving and rightly so because their maintaining some fantastic offensive stats ,especially as of late. Amongst all teams in the league in the last six matches, they rank first for attempts on goal, first for shots in the box and first first for shots on target, so it could be beneficial to invest in the Liverpool attack.

Mohamed Salah (£12.8m) has racked up six goals and three assists in his 14 league matches so far. His Champions League output is even more impressive. Salah has bagged seven goals and one assist in his six matches.

Salah is improving. Amongst all midfielders, in the last six matches, he is ranked first for attempts on goal, first for shots in the box and first for big chances total. With fixtures against Aston Villa, Leicester and Brentford next, it could be difficult to leave Salah out.

Marcus Rashford

After an inconsistent start to the season for Manchester United, results are on the up. Not just that, but their attacking stats are also worth considering. In the last six matches, they rank third in the league for attempts on goal and joint second for shots on target. Furthermore, the reds face Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Bournemouth, some of the worst defences in the league.

The standout option in the Manchester United attack is without a doubt Marcus Rashford (£6.7m). The midfielder has returned from the World Cup after bagging three goals in five matches. Things are looking up for Rashford lately. Amongst all midfielders he ranks joint third for attempts inside the box and second for big chances total.

Rashford scored a stunning goal in his most recent cup match and his confidence is sky high. With some great fixtures and putting out some great stats, Rashford could have plenty of potential ahead.


Fantasy managers may think twice about investing in the Leeds attack, especially with a match against Manchester City up next. However, they are putting up some very strong offensive stats in the last six matches. Leeds rank joint second for goals scored, joint first for goals in the box and third for big chances total.

The standout option from Leeds is Rodrigo (£6.3m). His form this season has been impressive and in his last four matches has managed a return. One of those returns include a double-digit haul against Tottenham in his last match.

Rodrigo has been fantastic and quite frankly, flying under the radar of fantasy managers. In the last six matches Rodrigo ranks first for goals, joint third for shots in the box, and third for big chances total amongst all midfielders on the game.

More of the best midfielder options

  • Miguel Almiron (£5.8m) – Newcastle.
  • Kevin De Bruyne (£12.6m) – Manchester City.
  • Phil Foden (£8.3m) – Manchester City.
  • Gabriel Martinelli (£6.8m) – Arsenal.
  • Dejan Kulusevski (£8m) – Tottenham.

Who are the best options in every position for Gameweek 17 in FPL? Find out in our top picks article here.

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