Budget defenders you need in your Fantasy Football team

Budget defenders are vital if you are succeed in FPL ,a £4.5m gem who starts every week is worth it’s weight in gold as it will allow you to free up funds to buy the Mo Salah’s and Harry Kane’s of this world.

Here are the top five budget defenders to consider for your team.

1.Tariq Lamptey £4.5m

Tariq Lamptey injury: Brighton defender ruled out for rest of season - The  Athletic

From Gameweek 20 onwards last season Brighton had the second best expected goals conceded figure in the league so their defenders are set to be of great interest to fantasy players.At £4.5m Lamptey looks like a good choice. He missed most of last season through injury so expect him to be flying up and down the line for the Seagulls this year.

2.Wesley Fofana £4.5m

Brendan Rodgers' verdict on Wesley Fofana's Leicester City debut in  'undeserved' defeat - Leicestershire Live

The Frenchman is kindly priced having started 27 games under Brendan Rodgers in his debut season. Leicester City’s fine season last year was based on their solid defence,so expect Fofana to keep plenty of clean sheets for the Foxes.

3.Ben Davies £4.5m

Ben Davies pulled from Wales squad due to “significant” injury - Cartilage  Free Captain

Vastly experienced in the Premier League and under new Manager Nuno Espirito Santo who favours a system with wing-backs,the Welshman could thrive going forward and earn you attacking returns.

4. Luke Ayling £4.5m

Luke Ayling: Leeds United's Mr Reliable - Right In The Gary Kellys

Ayling enjoyed a fine debut season for Leeds in the top flight,Marcelo Biesla steered them to a 9th place finish last season and a feature of their play was the all out attack nature in every game. Flying forward and providing the odd clean sheet,if you need to free up funds Luke Ayling is your man.

5.Conor Coady £4.5m

Conor Coady: Wolves defender was available for Southampton game but omitted  from squad | Football News | Sky Sports

Wolves had a poor campaign last season by their high standards,under new boss Bruno Lage they will be keen to improve. Conor Coady is an ever present in the wanderers defence,never injured rarely misses a game he is a safe bet for your team.

Published by cianj13

ferbane and offaly footballer sports journalist email - cianjohnson1300@gmail.com

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