Fantasy Premier League Tips: 15 Best Point-Per-Pound Buys

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Ever wonder whether your fantasy footballers are worth the money you “spend” on them? Wondering if Van Persie is worth 14% of your budget, or Gareth Bale worth the 12%? Wonder no longer! We’ve trawled through data from the 2012-13 season to reveal to you the best players, based on their points from last season. Which players delivered more bang for their buck than any other? This is your chance to find out!

Obviously, there’ll be a few absences from our listings; notably the likes of Roberto Soldado, Fernandinho, Paulinho, Jes s Navas, and Wilfred Bony, players who’ve just entered the league from abroad with some pretty impressive pedigree. Nonetheless, no Fantasy Premier League will be without some of the tried and the tested among it’s playing ranks, and we aim to help you sort out the diamonds from the dodo’s.

There are a few notable big names missing from this value list, as a cost-per-point analysis reveals that some of the league’s biggest stars failed to even come close to proving themselves good value for money in the Premier League’s signature Fantasy game. There’s no Suarez on this list, no Gareth Bale, and even another notable absence of a certain Dutchman, although we all knew he was a rip-off in the first place!

We here at the reputable What Culture have our own league for the coming season, which you can join,show-off your football know-how, and perhaps apply some of these tips to become the ultimate virtual manager!

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