Bargain FPL Players You Cannot Afford to Miss Out on!

Everyone wants to have star players like Harry Kane, Salah, Bruno and De Bruyne in their FPL team. But it is not possible to have all these expensive players because of the limited 100 million budget.

Therefore, to accommodate expensive players on your side, you need to keep some low-budget players who can provide the best return on investment.

The low-priced players are owned by a small percentage of people whereas star players are owned by many fans all around the world. So, the best budget players can also work as differentials to improve their rank in the respective leagues.

These players can also help to increase your budget over the course of the season as they have more chances to get their prices increased by performing well and these extra funds can help you to invest in better players.

You should try to keep at least one bargain player for each position. Let’s have a look at the best options for your FPL side.


  • Robert Sanchez (Brighton) (4.5m)
  • He kept 10 clean sheets in 27 appearances last season.
  • He scored 101 points last season with 8 bonus points.
  • Brighton is defensively strong and kept the 5th highest clean sheets last season (12).
  • Vicente Guaita (Crystal Palace) (4.5m)
  • He has scored more than 120 points in each of the last two seasons.
  • He has got 15 and 16 bonus points in the previous two seasons respectively.
  • He kept 8 clean sheets, made 107 saves and also saved a penalty in a struggling team last season.
  • Crystal Palace has signed a couple of decent defenders who can help the team to become better defensively.


  • Wesley Fofana (Leicester City) (4.5m)
  • The 20-year-old had a very impressive debut season, scoring 71 points in 28 appearances.
  • He had 7 clean sheets and one assist.
  • His game time will increase this season after his debut campaign, in a strong Leicester side that will be aiming for the top 4.
  • Tariq Lamptey (Brighton) (4.5m)
  • He scored 1 goal and provided 3 assists in 11 appearances last season.
  • He is injury-prone but can be a good investment if fit.
  • He plays as a right-wing back in Brighton’s system.
  • Sergio Reguilón (Spurs) (5.0m)
  • He kept 8 clean sheets, provided 6 assists in 27 matches.
  • He is an attacking left-back who provides goal contributions.
  • Vladimir Coufal (West Ham) (5.0m)
  • He kept 9 clean sheets, provided 7 assists in 34 games.
  • He scored 128 points with 12 bonus points.
  • Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton) (5.0m)
  • He kept 9 clean sheets, provided 3 assists in 30 matches.
  • He scored 93 points with 7 bonus points.


  • Yves Bissouma (Brighton) (4.5m)
  • He scored one goal, kept 11 clean sheets in 36 appearances.
  • He had 2nd highest tackles (104) and 5th highest interceptions (64) last season.
  • Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) (5.5m)
  • He has scored 5 goals, provided two assists in 28 games over the last two seasons.
  • With the possible departure of Willian and Lacazette, his game time will increase.
  • He is added in the midfield category, but he usually plays as a winger or striker.
  • Emile Smith Rowe (Arsenal) (5.5m)
  • He scored 2 goals and provided 5 assists in his breakthrough season.
  • He has just signed a new contract and will be an integral part of Arsenal for the upcoming season.
  • Michael Olise (Crystal Palace) (5.5m)
  • He joined Crystal Palace for 8 million from Reading.
  • He scored 7 goals and provided 12 assists last season in the championship.
  • He won the EFL young player of the season.
  • He plays as an attacking midfielder or as winger.


  • Joao Pedro (Watford) (5.5m)
  • He scored 9 goals and provided 2 assists last season in the championship.
  • The teenager was the 2nd highest goal scorer for Watford last season.
  • With Troy Deeney aging, Pedro’s game time will increase significantly.
  • Danny Welbeck (Brighton) (6.0m)
  • He scored 6 goals and provided 4 assists in 24 matches.
  • He scored 89 points with 15 bonus points.

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