This series will see 101 explore the three best picks for your Fantasy Premier League side from all 20 Premier League clubs ahead of the 2022/23 campaign. Make sure to check back to the site every day for more FPL tips and updates across the forthcoming season.
This article will see us focus on Fulham.
Marco Silva’s side are once again back in the Premier League and will be desperate to avoid another disastrous campaign in the top-flight after so many seasons of being a ‘yo-yo’ club.
But despite the risk picking a Fulham player represents, they do have some good budget options.
With this in mind, 101 have taken a look at the best Fulham players for your FPL team.
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Aleksandar Mitrovic, forward (6.5m)
Mitrovic is once again expected to be a popular budget forward pick on FPL this season.
The striker broke the record for most goals in a Championship campaign in 2021/22, scoring 43 and assisting seven in 44 games.
As a result, many are expecting big things of the Serbian this year. However, whilst he may come good in 2022/23, it is worth pointing out that the 27-year-old does not have the best track record in the PL, scoring three and assisting three in 27 league games in 2020/21.
Harry Wilson, midfielder (6.0m)
Another largely unproven Premier League option, but someone who could be a great budget pick if Fulham play well.
Wilson was the top creator in the Championship last season, assisting 20 times in 41 games.
He also provided 10 goals and could be in for a similarly impressive 2022/23 if he and Mitrovic can continue to link up well.
Neeskens Kebano, midfielder (5.5m)
If you want a Fulham midfielder this season, Wilson is probably the best bet.
However, Kebano is also a decent option and costs 0.5m less than the Welshman.
Kebano was not as prolific as Wilson last term, but he still managed to score nine and assist six in the league for the Cottagers.