Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 4 5 Best Cheap Strikers: With the league three gameweeks old now, viable bargain buys in the strikers’ facet are starting to emerge clearly.
Our latest instalment of the bargain buys to immerse into your Fantasy Premier League sees us pour into the strikers’ segment, immersing ourselves into the pool of lowly owned and cheap strikers who can help your side make massive strides in the land of FPL. After heavy deliberations and pondering upon all the set of players in this facet, we have come up with the five best options to indulge in for gameweek 4 of the Premier League.
Our picks were based not only on current form and their matches for the imminent gameweek but also their next 3 encounters and the longevity they offer your side. Along with it, the pertinent issue of hammering down player to persist in across the course of the season also took paramount importance, seeing us select names out of which one can defiantly be left as the third striker and not touched for the remainder of the campaign.
FPL GW 4: 5 Best Cheap Strikers And Bargain Buys
Ashley Barnes, 6.6 million
One of the bargain buys to have punched above his weight and made heads turn with an emphatic start to the new Premier League campaign, Burnley’s Ashley Barnes comes into our side despite his tricky fixture this gameweek. His side face Liverpool at home but the fact that they have scored in all the encounters the two outfits have traversed in over the two previous seasons see us pick out Barnes.
He’s level on goals with Sergio Aguero in 2019, using his presence in the air and ability to budge out defenders and astutely find the goal extremely fruitfully, making him a sensational choice to rope in.
Tammy Abraham, 7.1 million
After disappointing in the opening two gameweeks and missing Chelsea’s crucial penalty against Liverpool, Tammy Abraham was named in the playing 11 against Norwich City ad ended up scoring twice in Chelsea’s five goal thriller. It was a good perfumer from the striker, one which is certain to see him start for Chelsea against Sheffield United this Saturday, a clash where he could easily end up scoring more goals.
Sebastien Haller, 7.4 million
The new West Ham striker scored twice against Watford in the previous gameweek, giving his side their first win of the new campaign and with Norwich City slated for this gameweek, West Ham should comfortably end up piling up the goals. They are up against an extremely paper thin defence, one which has shown that it will let goals slip by at ease, making the West Ham striker a neat pick to get in for this gameweek.
Teemu Pukki, 7 million
With five goals to sit at the top of the goal scorers’ pile, Norwich City’s Teemu Pukki deserves all the lavish praise he’s been given at the moment. The striker has earned immense laurels for the way he’s not only scored consistently for his side but the goals he’s gotten, keeping the ball at his feet impeccably before traversing his way past defenders with consummate ease.
Raul Jimenez, 7.4 million
With his ownership and price pummelling, the Wolverhampton striker’s value only increases. He scored against Burnley in the previous gameweek, a goal which saw him earn 9 solid points, proceeding which he scored in his side’s clash against Torino as well. Although Wolverhampton play against Everton this weekend in a tricky clash, the side are known to break apart and rip into shreds any defence and with Raul Jimenez scoring again is extremely plausible.
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