The Blues just about managed to scrape past Crystal Palacewith a late penalty from Noni Madueke (£5.3m), who showed glimpses of his potential throughout.
The youthful winger could prove to be a great asset if he can provide consistency, especially at such a cheap price. And similar can be said for Cole Palmer (£5.6m) who will look to take advantage of Chelsea’s fruitful fixtures.
Another Chelsea man to mention is Malo Gusto (£4.2m), as he played a key role in Chelsea’s opener. The Frenchman is guaranteed game time thanks to Reece James’ injury (£5.3m), as Gusto seems to be a fantastic budget option heading into the next year.
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Pervis Estupiñán (£4.9m) made a near perfect post-injuryreturn with an absolute beauty of a strike in Brighton’s victory over Spurs. The Seagulls have some solid fixtures in the short term, in which we should see the best of the Ecuadorian international.
Despite Newcastle’s poor form as of late, Alexander Isak(£7.6m) looks set to keep his goal tally going. The Swedish star faces some tough fixtures to do so, however I can certainly see it happening, as the striker netted coolly from the penalty spot last time around against Nottingham Forest.