Fantasy Football bargains keep on coming! We gave you ten yesterday, and so thoroughly has our scouring continued that we now have ten more for you.
Player prices are based on the official Fantasy Premier League online game, although the principles should apply more or less across the board.
SEE ALSO: Top 10 Fantasy Premier League bargains
Now, on with the Fantasy Football bargains…
Adrian Mariappa, £4.5m
Part of the defence that performed so stoically under Tony Pulis in the second half of last season, Mariappa looks a good shout to be Crystal Palace’s first-choice right-back this season.
Ben Davies, £5m
Although still listed as a Swansea City player, the young defender looks set to sign for Tottenham Hotspur and would therefore represent excellent value for money. (UPDATE: he’s now signed and listed as a Spurs player)
Joleon Lescott, £5m
The former England defender once scored ten goals in a season for Everton, so the run of games that his move to West Bromwich Albion will surely entail could prove profitable.
James Ward-Prowse, £5m
Showed his creative potential in flashes last season and could yet establish himself in Southamptons midfield following the departure
Arouna Koné, £5.5m
The Ivorian forward missed the majority of last season following his move to Everton, but now he’s back he should be hoping to at least match the 11 league goals he managed for relegated Wigan Athletic in 2012-13.
Charlie Austin, £6m
If the Queens Park Rangers forward can even come close to replicating his Championship form in the Premier League then he should score enough goals to make light of that price.
Peter Odemwingie, £6m
Odemwingie scored at a healthy rate for Stoke City in the second half of last season, and the fact that he’s listed as a midfielder in Fantasy Premier League makes his potential goal return all the more valuable.
Nacer Chadli, £6m
The young Belgium midfielder struggled during his debut season at Tottenham Hotspur, hence the price – if he can find his feet under new Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino then you could be laughing.
Marouane Fellaini, £6.5m
This one is entirely contingent on the midfielder leaving Manchester United for another Premier League team, because if he can reproduce his Everton form then he could be bargain of the season.
Samir Nasri, £8.5m
That may strike as a reasonably princely sum for the Manchester City midfielder, but hear us out – he should be refreshed and motivated having been excluded from France’s World Cup squad, while the injury to Alvaro Negredo opens up the possibility of him playing just off the striker.