Here Are 3 Best Bargain Goalkeepers In Fantasy Premier League

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Fantasy Premier League rounds up the best budget options to purchase in fantasy football with some reliable options who have emerged as hidden talents. Fantasy football has returned for another season, and though it is challenging to get the perfect balance of a team right with a transfer market budget in mind, having an affordable yet dependable team can be achieved.

However tempting it is to name a squad of superstars, having an all-star XI is hard to do when you have a capped transfer kitty.

Here Are 3 Best Bargain Goalkeepers In Fantasy Premier League:

Neil Etheridge | Cardiff City | £4.5m

The Cardiff goalkeeper has made an impressive start to life back in the Premier League after saving two penalties in the two opening games, and is currently the highest-rated goalkeeper ahead of Alisson – who is the only shot-stopper to have kept two clean sheets in the opening two games.

On 30 May 2017, Etheridge signed for Championship club Cardiff City on a free transfer, after rejecting a new three-year contract with Walsall. Etheridge made his debut for the club on the opening day of the 2017–18 season, keeping a clean sheet during a 1–0 victory over Burton Albion.

Etheridge performed well enough playing for Cardiff that fellow goalkeeper Lee Camp was loaned to Sunderland after recovering from injury. He helped his club earn promotion to the Premier League, featuring in 45 out of 46 league matches of the 2017–18 Championship season, keeping 19 clean sheets and conceding 37 goals.

Lukasz Fabianski | West Ham | £4.5m

Fabianski signed for West Ham this summer following Swansea’s relegation to the Championship last summer, and the shot-stopper was one of the top three goalkeepers in last term’s fantasy football. Joe Hart’s replacement at London Stadium, the Poland international previously spent seven years at Arsenal and has a considerable amount of experience playing at the top level.

On 20 June 2018, Premier League club West Ham United announced the transfer of Fabiański for £7 million. He signed a three-year contract with the club.

A full international for Poland since 2006, Fabiański has represented his country on over 40 occasions and was included in the squads for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2008.

Ben Foster | Watford | £4.5m

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The former England international signed for Watford following West Brom’s demotion from the Premier League but has remained a reliable force between the sticks, and will provide Heurelho Gomes with competition to be the club’s number one.

Foster made his international debut for England in February 2007 against Spain. Although he announced his retirement from international football in May 2011, he returned in February 2013, and was selected in England’s squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup

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