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When perusing the the list and prices of forwards, it is easy to wanna shop exclusively at the posh department stores.  But the prices of them will limit the ability to have more than two.  Is two enough, sure, but when isn’t three the magic number?  They allow you to roster three, so why not take full advantage of what they are giving you and add that to your fantasy tool belt?  With the entire world rostering or having their hand in on Lukaku (48% owned) at £11.5,  Kane (35% owned) at £11.5, and Lacazette (17.6% owned) at £10.5.  Those are the three highest-priced and owned strikers in the official game. With the numbers of fantasy entries into the fantasy jambalaya where do we find differentials and better yet where do we find players on a budget.  So where are the extras shekels being scraped together for a useful yet intrinsically awesome third striker with differential appeal.  I will tell you where you can find some ideas on this.  This post.  You got this far into the intro to quit now, so you might as well sit back relax and enjoy the bellowing words of usefulness. Cheers!

Jay Rodriguez, West Brom –  Can he stay healthy and can he play in an otherwise defensive minded team and carve out a niche as a valuable fantasy commodity.  He is owned in underwhelmingly low 3.2% now so the injury history is obviously a concern, because it shouldn’t be skill or Rondon.

Charlie Austin, Southampton – The big question is is it him or Gabba-Go.  the second question is will he be on PK’s if/when he gets the job.  Aol good things that only time will iron out.  Unless you have a maid to iron all your stuff out

Sam Vokes, Burnley – All this Andre Gray going anywhere rumors makes me happy in my pantalones.  Vokes ended the year on a nice little swing of goals and games.  5 in 5 to be exact.  That kind of production for an underwhelmingly unobvious offensive team like Burnley at 6 bucks seem to good to be true.  I wanna pack Gray’s bags for him so Sam gets some more sunshine.

Chicharito, West Ham –  What will his involvement be from the jump for the Hammers?  He has the experience with 59 goals in 157 EPL games, but do we trust him to be a nodded on striker from the jump.  His ownership (17.9% owned) is way up there currently so either there are a lot of Chicharito family members in the FPL universe or people are trying to be right before the time to actually form a guess happens.

Kelechi Iheanacho, Leicester – Yes this isn’t officially official yet and we haven’t seen him hold up a jersey holding a jersey over a warm-up.  If that made no sense go look at every signing to the EPL this year, unoriginal and corny.  He should slot in nicely next to Vardy and is afar better asset to teh Foxes then the likes of Slimani, Musa or Okazaki from last year.  Could be a great bargain by first wild card once we see what his playing time and role will be.