15 15 5. Anthony Knockaert (Brighton) – £6million – He is currently rated as touch and go to start the season due to an injury, but dont let that put you off. Hes key for Chris Hughtons side and will provide assists and score goals. 8. Matt Ritchie (Newcastle United) – £6million – At Bournemouth in the Premier League, the Scotsman scored four goals and made six assists. After a good debut campaign at St James Park, Ritchie could do the business again. 15 6. Elias Kachunga (Huddersfield) – £6million – Listed as a midfielder, the German star grabbed 12 goals last season and could offer you a similar option to Joshua King last year. 3. Manuel Lanzini (West Ham) – £7million – With Dimitri Payet a distant memory, the Argentine is playing a bigger role for the Hammers. Expect him to score and assist more this campaign. 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 4. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal) – £6million – There have been some transfer rumours surrounding the Gunner, but he flourished towards the end of last season and it may continue into this campaign. Its a little risky as he might not be a starter, but he will score points. 15 2. Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) – £7million – The Eagles star is gradually becoming more effective in the final third and should improve on his seven goals and nine assists last season. 15 13. Lewis Cook (Bournemouth) – £4.5million – After captaining the England Under-20s to a World Cup win, the ex-Leeds United man is set for a bigger role with the Cherries this season, especially with Jack Wilshere off the books. 15 10. James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) – £5.5million – A set-piece star, if the Saints and England man gets more playing time he will improve vastly on the four goals and four assists he got last season. 15 15 14. Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Crystal Palace) – £4.5million – The Chelsea loanee is highly-rated and could make a big impact at Selhurst Park this season. 12. Luka Milivojevic (Crystal Palace) – £5million – The Serbian midfielder was a superb signing in January, and currently appears to be the nominated penalty taker for the Eagles. He also curled in brilliant free-kick against West Brom in pre-season so could be a good pick. 11. Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City) – £5million – Foxes star Ndidi was another excellent January addition and got himself two goals and three assists. Imagine what he will do in a full campaign. 9. Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) – £5.5million – A breakout performer last year with the Cherries, he scored three goals and made nine assists from December onwards. 7. Tom Ince (Huddersfield) – £6million – A new signing from Derby County, the midfielder has been prolific in the last three seasons scoring 11, 12, and then 14 goals, while making 15 assists in those campaigns. His form in pre-season has been equally as impressive – were sold on him. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, the new season is around the corner and we’re all picking our Fantasy Premier League squads.One of the trickiest positions to deal with is your midfield, top stars cost huge sums, like the £12million you need to shell out to get Alexis Sanchez.To get the finances of your squad right, it’s likely you’re going to need at least one cheap midfielder, and possible two out of the five you will pick.But who are the players we’re recommending? Click the right arrow abvoe to see 15 bargain midfielders for your Fantasy Premier League squad… 1. Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea) – £7million – Click the right arrow above to see more bargain midfielders for your Fantasy Premier League squad… – With various sales this summer, it looks like the Spaniard will get plenty of game time this season. He may even play in a more advanced position, which could see him get more goals and assists. 15. Marko Arnautovic (West Ham) – £7million – Last season saw the Austrian dip in form, but now hes move to London he could well improve on his points tally. He should get better service with the Hammers.