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The best Black Friday bargains you need for your Dream Team

There’s a sales bonanza going on this weekend, with thousands of retailers slashing prices for Black Friday.

So to celebrate, we’re looking at seven of the BEST bargains available on Dream Team right now.

Get your small change at the ready.


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Tammy Abraham (£2.9m)

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Tammy’s been firing on all cylinders this season, netting 10 goals in the Premier League to help pick up 109 points on Dream Team.

What’s even better is the Chelsea forward is by-far the cheapest player in our current top 10, and is less than half the price of Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero.

Christian Pulisic (£3.1m)

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Chelsea are a hub of cheap talent at the moment, with high-flying Pulisic the best bargain around.

The American has picked up 84 points on Dream Team so far with 73 of those coming over the last FOUR Game Weeks.

He’s been so good, he’s even managed to displace wonderkid Callum Hudson-Odoi in the team.

Adama Traore (£2.7m)

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Wolves’ winger is fast, quick and has pace.

But this season he’s been even more than just a speed demon, with the Barcelona graduate dramatically improving his end product to his game — putting to bed his difficult first year at Molineux.

The Spaniard was on the score-sheet for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side in their Europa League thriller against Braga on Thursday, while he’s picked up three assists and two goals in the Premier League so far.

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Youri Tielemans (£3.4m)

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How on earth did Tielemans slip through the fingers of the Prem’s ‘biggest’ clubs over the summer?

The likes of Arsenal and Man United were said to be eyeing the gifted Belgian, but it’s Leicester who made last season’s loan-deal permanent and their paying dividends for their smart bit of business.

The midfielder has been one of the driving forces behind their stunning campaign and is currently averaging 4.5 points a game, with a healthy dose of goals and assists.

Danny Ings (£2.9m)

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It’s been great to see things go so well for Ings at Southampton this season, following his injury-plagued nightmare at Liverpool.

The striker has six goals to his name already this term and is on course to beat his best ever Premier League total of 11 — which he achieved at Burnley during the 2014/15 campaign.

His points total isn’t too shabby either and he’s currently outscoring the likes of Teemu Pukki, Gabriel Jesus and Callum Wilson on the game, despite being cheaper than all of them.

Caglar Soyuncu (£2.7m)

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Soyuncu was given the task of replacing the world’s most expensive defender at the start of the season, with Harry Maguire trading Leicester for Man United in an eye-watering £80 million deal.

But the Turkish centre-back has certainly grasped his opportunity and has been one of the many Foxes stars who’ve impressed so far.

He’s currently the third-best points scoring defender on Dream Team, ahead of big hitters like Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk and his teammate Ben Chilwell, but will cost you well under £3 million on our game at the moment.

John McGinn (£3.6m)

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McGinniesta has been a vital component in Villa’s Premier League machine this season and is currently their outstanding player on Dream Team with 60 points.

The midfielder has played in all 13 of their league games this term and has scored three times, while his Scotland form has really caught the eye — with six goals in their last three outings, having played in a more advanced midfielder role.

With rumours that Man United are keeping tabs on the 25-year-old, McGinn could be one to watch over the course of this season.