Top 5 players with most Dream Team points below £4m – find yourself a bargain | The Sun
THREE of the four top points scorers so far this season are three of the four most expensive players available.
So to score big and include the likes of Erling Haaland, Bukayo Saka and/or Mohamed Salah in your side, you need to spend wisely elsewhere.
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That's where your bargain buys come in. But it's important you don't just fill spots with no-hopers, just because they're cheap.
That's why we've compiled a list of the top 5 points scorers under £4million, to give you plenty of food for thought this international break.
Top 5 points scorers that cost less than £4m
- Eberechi Eze – £3.6m – 63 points
- Joao Pedro – £2.8m – 63 points
- James Garner – £2m – 61 points
- Mathias Jensen – £3.3m – 60 points
- Joachim Andersen – £3.1m – 60 points
Crystal Palace star Eze really hit the ground running at the start of the season.
The added pressure of having no Wilfried Zaha in the line-up seems to have done him wonders and he looks to take on that extra responsiblity.
He came out the blocks flying with 44 points by the end of Game Week 4 and has slowed down slightly but a great option at the price.
Joao Pedro being as high up this list is a testament to him, given he's played the full 90 minutes just once this season.
Has registered five goals across all competitions for the Seagulls and has matched the points return of Eze, despite costing less than £3m.
No surprise to see his price increasing recently and his ownership numbers will likely follow suit.
James Garner will surprise a few managers in Dream Team, given Everton have flown under the radar despite their recent uplift in form.
At just £2m, Garner is one of the best value-for-money purchases available, which only 1.3% of managers are currently benefitting from.
Has two goals in his last three Toffess appearances and will be hoping this international break doesn't halt his progress.
Mathias Jensen has surpassed both Bryan Mbeumo and Yoane Wissa in the Brentford rankings for points – both of whom were considered shrewd business earlier in the campaign – and is now the top Bees scorer.
Brentford's results have tailed off recently, but Jensen has still chipped in with two goals in his last five outings and his position in the midfield sees him able to accumulate plenty of points for managers.
Only Kieran Trippier and Ben White have more points as a defender at this stage than Joachim Andersen.
Arsenal and Manchester City are the only two clubs to have conceded less goals than Palace in the league so far this season (7 goals in 8 games).
Andersen has scored twice himself this season too. Word of caution though – Palace have Newcastle and Tottenham in their next two.
Special shout out to Alexander Isak who ranks as eighth best in the game so far with 72 points and sits bang on the £4m mark.
He's a much cheaper option than the likes of Haaland (£7.7m) and Salah (£6.5m) who currently sit ahead of him in the charts.
But he's surprisingly cheaper than Ollie Watkins (£4.3m) and Son (£4.8m) who he's outscored so far.
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