Fantasy football tips: Best goalkeepers from the Premier League last season

The World Cup was a haze of goals, gaffes and glorious entertainment – but for fantasy football fans the Premier League is the pinnacle.

England fans have been on emotional rollercoaster this summer, so a return to the bread and butter will be a welcome comfort.

As the Premier League season draws ever closer, so does Dream Team – the UK’s biggest fantasy football game – is back and better than ever to make your experience of it all even more compelling.

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We’ve taken a look back at the goalkeepers who scored the most points in last season’s fantasy football game.

The names that feature are all expected to continue their fine-form between the sticks and prove to be popular picks again for Dream Team managers.

1 David de Gea – 163 points

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There is little else you can say about the performances of this man[/caption]

David de Gea has emerged as the best goalkeeper in the world after several unrivalled seasons for Man United.

The 27-year-old had another memorable campaign at Old Trafford and picked up a monumental 163 points in Dream Team.

The Spaniard picked up 22 clean-sheets and boasted 23 7+ratings during the season, all of which helped him to finish as the highest scoring goalkeeper in fantasy football.

De Gea is expected to be a popular choice again for Dream Team managers and could cost as much as £4m, the same as his price-tag last season.

2 Ederson –  145 points


The Brazilian was one of the best signings of last season[/caption]

Man City finally solved their goalkeeping crisis after they brought in Ederson from Benfica.

The 24-year-old was a revelation last season and changed the way in which fans conventionally view a goalkeeper.

The Brazilian’s distribution was just as impressive as his shot-stopping abilities as he finished the season with 145 points in fantasy football.

Ederson kept 21 clean-sheets and also picked up one star man award during his brilliant debut season at the Etihad.

Pep Guardiola’s man is likely to be the first choice for many Dream Team managers and has an estimated price of £4m in this season’s game.

3 Hugo Lloris – 136 points

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The Frenchman will return to Premier League action with a World Cup winners medal[/caption]

Hugo Lloris has had a summer to remember after he was crowned a World Cup winner with France.

The Spurs man will link-up with his club teammates again in the coming weeks and will hope to continue the fine form he produced over the summer.

The 31-year-old was the third best keeper in Dream Team last season, racking up 136 points throughout the campaign.

Lloris is yet to be priced up for this year’s game, but he likely to be available for £4m – the same as his price-tag last season.

4 Thibaut Courtois – 121 points


The Belgian has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge[/caption]

Courtois was one of the standout figures in what was an otherwise underwhelming Chelsea side last season.

Antonio Conte’s men slumped to fifth in the table, but the Belgium’s form didn’t suffer during the campaign.

Courtois still picked up a hefty 121 points in last season’s Dream Team game, with one star man award and 19 clean sheets to show for his efforts.

The 26-year-old might not be at Chelsea for much longer, with rumours linking him with a move to Real Madrid.

If the Belgium stopper does decide to stay at Stamford Bridge, he is likely to cost fantasy football managers around £3.5m in this season’s game.

5 Nick Pope – 106 points


His fine form was rewarded with an England call-up at the end of the season[/caption]

Pope’s rise to stardom was one of the subplots of the season and was a crucial factor in Burnley’s impressive 7th place finish in the league.

The 26-year-old was an unknown name at the start of the campaign but was thrust into first team action following a lengthy injury to No1 Tom Heaton.

Pope stepped up in the absence of Heaton and had a remarkable season, picking up 106 points in fantasy football.

The Englishman is expected to battle it out again for Burnley’s No1 jersey and could be a smart pick for Dream Team managers this season, costing just £2.5m.

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How does Premier League fantasy football work?

Every single season the Premier League gets more intriguing – and playing Dream Team really is the perfect way to enhance your experience of it.

You’ll be assigned a total budget of £50m for each side you pick and you’ll be able pick a maximum of 10 free teams.

The Game Weeks run from Friday to Thursday, effectively meaning the new Game Week starts after the last Europa League games are completed.

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You get three transfers a month on the first Friday of every month so using them wisely is essential.

Every player on the game will be assigned a price at the start of the season which will then vary and fluctuate on a weekly basis dependent on their performances.

For example, last season we valued Mo Salah at £4m at the start of the season but the Egyptian King rocketed to over £11m by the end after his stunning goalscoring form.

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