Saints' 2022/23 Fantasy Premier League prices revealed

By SFC Media time Tue 05 Jul Premier League
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With the new 2022/23 Premier League season a month away, Southampton's Premier League prices have been revealed for the upcoming campaign.

Ahead of the opening match at Tottenham on Saturday 6th August, supporters will pick their FPL squads with some tempting Saints options. 

Costing £6.5m, captain James Ward-Prowse sits top of the pricing tree, having collected more points than any other Southampton player in the last two seasons (315 points).

With 10 goals and five assists last season, the England international offers an all-round option in midfield. 

New goalkeeping arrivals Mateusz Lis and Gavin Bazunu are priced at a tempting £4m and £4.5m respectively, with Armel Bella-Kotchap just £4.5m after his switch to the south coast. 

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Southampton FPL roll call 2022/23
2022/23 price, total points 2021/22


Alex McCarthy £4.5m, 55
Gavin Bazunu £4.5m
Willy Caballero £4m, 2
Mateusz Lis £4m


Jan Bednarek £4.5m, 94
Kyle Walker-Peters £4.5m, 82
Tino Livramento £4.5m, 80
Mohammed Salisu £4.5m, 58
Romain Perraud £4.5m, 38
Lyanco £4.5m, 19
Jack Stephens £4.5m, 12
Yan Valery £4.5m, 9
Armel Bella-Kotchap £4.5m


James Ward-Prowse £6.5m, 159
Mohamed Elyounoussi £5.5m, 90
Nathan Redmond £5.5m, 79
Oriol Romeu £5m, 88
Stuart Armstrong £5m, 57
Nathan Tella £5m, 29
Moussa Djenepo £5m, 13
Theo Walcott £5m, 12
Ibrahima Diallo £4.5m, 44
Will Smallbone £4.5m, 5


Ché Adams £6.5m, 103
Adam Armstrong £5.5m, 57


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