The Telegraph have launched their fantasy football Championship so Get West London have taken a look through the stats to see which players might be worth a look for fantasy managers.
While points are counted for FA Cup games we’ve not included these due to progress in the competition being subject to a certain extent to the luck of the draw.
We looked at strikers yesterday, so now it's time for midfielders...
Tom Cairney is the top midfielder on the game this season.
His goals and assists would have scored 93 points last time round, more than any other midfielder last season.
It’s small wonder then that he’s the most expensive midfielder on the game at £6.0m.
The second costliest is Wolverhampton’s Helder Costa at £5.9m but his 10 goals and eight assists would only have been worth 74 points last season, fewer than some other midfielders on the game.
Conor Hourihane scored seven and assisted 15 last season.
Those goals and assists would have been worth 80 points, the second most of any midfielder.
The Aston Villa man is priced at £5.6m and is the fourth most expensive midfielder on the game.
Fulham’s Stefan Johansen scored 11 and assisted eight, which would have been worth 79 points, so could be a steal at £5.1m.
Other midfielders to look out for include Brentford’s Jota who scored 12 and assisted five and costs £5.5m
Reading’s Garath McCleary scored nine and assisted 10 and costs £5.7.
New signings to look out for include Reading’s Pelle Clement who scored five and assisted nine in 23 league appearances for the Ajax youth side last season.
Leeds’ Samu Saiz scored 12 and assisted eight in the Spanish second division for Huesca and often plays in an advanced role.
Ezgjan Alioski, another summer signing by the Yorkshire club, scored 16 and assisted 14 for FC Lugano in the Swiss Super League last season and is available for £4.7m.
Barnsley new boy Stevie Mallan scored seven and assisted 16 for his old club St Mirren last season, he’s available for just £3.4m.