FPL 2018/19 : 5 Mid-Price strikers to watch out for

Mid Price Strikers are great to kick off your FPL season with as in the 18/19 edition of FPL, you have a lot of great options. Most managers prefer to keep a mid price striker as their 2nd striker. We look at the top 5 mid price strikers to watch out for.

Also Read: FPL 2018/19: Five Mid-Price Midfielders to watch out for this season

  1. Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m – Crystal Palace)

Zaha enjoyed his best ever season in the Premier League in 2017/18 with 9 goals and 7 assists.  For his price tag, Zaha looks to be an absolute bargain, scoring a total of 136 points last season. Given the kind of form Zaha has been in pre season, he is expected have an even better season this time around.


  1. Alvaro Morata (£9.0m – Chelsea)

Morata was often seen misfiring for Chelsea yet the forward managed to get into double digits last season in the Premier League, scoring 11 times & assisting on 6 occasions. Morata lost his place to Giroud in the business end of the season but has enjoyed a decent pre season with Chelsea under new manager Sarri. Morata is not a bad bet given the early fixtures Chelsea have.

  1. Cenk Tosun (£7.0m – Everton)

Tosun arrived in the winter transfer window of 2018 and he racked 984 minutes for the Merseyside blues, scoring 5 goals for them. The forward enjoyed his first preseason with Everton, scoring an amazing 4 goals against ATV Irdning. Tosun has the potential to become an FPL asset given his skills and Silva’s preference to start the Turkish international.

  1. Marko Arnautovic (£7.0m – West Ham)

The West Ham United forward has been a revelation for the Hammers after joining from Stoke City. Arnautovic enjoyed a great debut season with the London outfit, putting the ball in the back of the net 11 times and setting up his team mates 7 occasions. Going into the new season in fine form, the Austrian can surely be a FPL asset this year.


  1. Jamie Vardy (£9.0m – Leicester City)

Since Mahrez joined City, it will be interesting to see how Vardy & Leicester fare without his creativity. Vardy has scored an amazing 57 goals across three seasons in the Premier League, at times showing flashes of brilliance by scoring solo goals.

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