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Three brilliant £1m bargains are shining in the opening weeks

We’re three weeks into the new season and the cream is starting to rise to the top.

No, we’re not talking about Teemu Pukki or Raheem Sterling, we mean the real heroes of Dream Team.

The £1m stars who have surprised everyone when, let’s face it, we all thought they’d be cannon fodder in your team.


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Harry Wilson – 16 points

“WILLLLSSSSOOOOON!”

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“WILLLLSSSSOOOOON!”

The on-loan Liverpool man has had an impressive start to his Bournemouth career after he netted two goals in as many games.

Wilson has racked up 16 points despite only starting once for the Cherries and stole the show against Man City in Game Week 3 with an incredible free-kick.

The midfielder’s price has already increased to £1.1m and will continue to rise with every good performance – it’s best to get Wilson in your team sooner rather than later.

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Todd Cantwell – 12 points

Not afraid to put himself about

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Not afraid to put himself about

Pukki might be making all the headlines at Carrow Road this season but Cantwell is truly a player who’s going under the radar.

The 21-year-old has one goal and two assists to his name already and is often at the heart of things whenever Norwich look dangerous in attack.

Similar to Wilson, Cantwell’s price has already risen to £1.1m after his promising start to the season for the Canaries.

Dan James – 11 points

He did this celebration at 1-1

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He did this celebration at 1-1

Before the season started, here at DT HQ we all had a good laugh at how James had been picked by more of you than David Silva.

Well, it turns out you lot knew exactly what you were doing, because the Man United midfielder is currently trailing his City rival by just a single point – that’s despite the stark contrast in their prices.

James’ 11 points put him among the the best performing players who started the season costing £1m.

If it wasn’t for the Welshman’s new found love of hitting the deck, he wouldn’t have been docked 2 points after picking up back-to-back yellow cards for diving.