Goals win games – and when it comes to fantasy football they clinch you invaluable points.
Mo Salah, Harry Kane, Sergio Aguero and the motley crew will guarantee you at least 15 or so – but who else can hit the dizzy heights in the Premier League this season.
Well the top dogs’ hefty prices means you might have to think outside the box and locate goals from elsewhere.
So which bargain strikers are we backing to hit double figures this season? Here’s a handful…
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Fantasy football tips: Bargain strikers who will score 10+ goals
1 Aleksandar Mitrovic – £3m
Mitro’s on fire… West London is terrified.
Yes the Serbian sensation is back at Fulham – this time for good – after firing the Cottagers to the Premier League last season.
He was mistreated at Newcastle and his strike rate at Fulham, scoring 12 goals in 18 appearances, suggests there’s much more to come if he’s used correctly.
2 Cenk Tosun – £3m
Everton’s January signing managed a respectable five goals in 14 games in the league.
Tosun is a typical front man but he could be exactly what Marco silva needs to finish off the chances created by the midfield.
The best return on your investment in this list as likely to start every single game.
113 goals in 270 games in Turkey shows Tosun has a nose for the back of the net.
3 Marcus Rashford – £3m
Rashford’s season could all come down to Jose Mourinho – is he will to play the young English star regularly?
The 20-year-old has shown he can do it for England and impressed in a United shirt last season, his game against Liverpool belied his years.
Rashford scored seven goals in 35 appearances last season, although 18 of those were from the bench, and if he is allowed to mature on the pitch you could be looking at an underrated option.
4 Kelechi Iheanacho – £3m
Young, fast and could form a pretty devastating duo with Jamie Vardy in Leicester’s front line.
Showed a couple of glimpses of potential after moving to the Foxes in January with braces against Peterborough and Fleetwood in the cup and back to back goals against Spurs and Arsenal.
He’s another year older and another year sharper, time to shine.
5 Chris Wood – £3m
Scored a late equaliser at Wembley against Spurs last August which set Burnley on their way for the season.
Ended the season with 10 Premier League goals which can only be described as a brilliant return for a player who had been knocking around England’s lower leagues for the prior decade.
He might not be the most talented striker in the league but Burnley know exactly what his strengths are and play to them every time.
Why try to be something you’re not eh?