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A midfielder’s FPL has seen a significant amount of transfer activity this week due to the injury suffered by assist machine Pedro Neto, and omissions for Martin Odegaard from Arsenal.
There are many cheap alternatives who will provide a different haul while Erling Haaland or Mohamed Salah, the regular big-hitters continue to perform.
Here are the top cheap midfielders for FPL Gameweek 11 as predicted by Fantasy Football Hub using its AI points Predictions tool.
Mbeumo, Brentford’s top goal threat without Toney / Tom Dulat/GettyImages
- Match: West Ham United vs. West Ham United (H); Points predicted: 5.8
Bryan Mbeumo has been on a high since he scored the most FPL Points during the break. The managers who had him for four straight blanks have been pleased with his return. He is now a good long-term investment given the many ways he can score points.
Mbeumo is third in the league for anticipated goal involvements with 9.3, only behind Erling Haaland, and Mohamed Salah. Mbeumo, a Cameroon national with a lot of shots and chances created for teammates is also on penalties when Ivan Toney is absent. West Ham have not kept a clean-sheet on their travels this season, so he should be able to benefit from the home match this weekend.
Gordon plays a crucial role in Stu Forster’s/Getty Images squad that is plagued by injuries.
- Match: Arsenal, (H); Points predicted: 4,9
Anthony Gordon is in line to be the best fantasy bargain this season. With a few players injured, he will likely start the Newcastle attacks. Harvey Barnes, a fellow left-winger at Newcastle United is also out for the rest of the season. With Callum Wilson injured and Alexander Isak’s minutes being managed by Callum Wilson, Gordon may even be able to play in a forward role.
Gordon has scored the most FPL Points of any Newcastle attacker, thanks to his three goals and four assist from 10 starts in this season. In four of the last six matches, he has also played 90 minutes. If you’re looking for midfielders in this price range, don’t let the tougher fixture at this weekend deter you.
Diaby is part of an in-form Villa attack / Visionhaus/GettyImages
- Match: Nottingham Forest A; Predicted points: 5.8
Moussa Diby, of Aston Villa, was the biggest surprise of Gameweek 10. He scored a goal at Luton Town and had an assist for his best haul this season. This return gives investors the confidence to believe that Diaby can match up his strong underlying statistics.
Diaby was able to excel against Luton because of a subtle shift in the positioning of Matty Cash and Leon Bailey. In the last four weeks, he has had nine attempts on goal and made seven crucial passes. Nottingham Forest hasn’t managed to keep a blank at home this season. They have conceded six goals in the last four games.