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10. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves)
Quite simply the key to survival is goals and Sylvan can score them. He was the championships top scorer last season and I’m sure their not going to dry up now that he is in the Premiership. He may just be one of the bargains of the Fantasy football season.
9. Wayne Bridge (Manchester City)
Wayne will look to play every match in this year’s campaign, which alone will get you lots of points. The England international will also score you points for assists and may have a goal or two in him.
8. Mathew Taylor (Bolton)
Matty scored 10 goals for Bolton last season, which is a fantastic return for a midfielder at a mid-table team. Will he emulate this success this year? –it’s worth a punt, especially as the boy will also get quite a few assists to add to his goals throughout the season.
7. Steven Warnock (Blackburn Rovers)
Most fantasy football games consider Warnock as a defender, but he is equality apt at slotting into midfield (as seen last season) He’s a player who gets forward, gets assists and scores a goal every now and then.
6. Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal)
The Arsenal midfielder looked deadly against Everton at the weekend, racking in points for his 2 goals and 1 assist. He is slightly cheaper that Lampard and Gerrard which will free up an extra 2 million or so to bolster your strike force. (In the Stands)
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