The Premier League gameweek 28 is just around the corner and Fantasy Football managers will be wondering what to do with their wildcard. There a ciuooe of wildcard options you can pick from and goalkeepers are also an option. This is a lost of goalkeeper options you can choose for your wildcard.


The game’s joint-highest scoring stopper, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Jose Sa (£5.3m) has been a fantastic replacement for Rui Patricio. When Wolves went through a binary period whereby every score between Gameweeks 12 and 21 were either 1-0 or 0-0, their defence kept six clean sheets out of a possible eight.


Arsenal’s number one is still popular and for good reason – the Gunners have established themselves as a strong, budget-friendly defensive side. Only Ederson (£6.1m) and Alisson (£6.0m) have kept more clean sheets than Aaron Ramsdale‘s (£5.1m) 11, with Arsenal never going more than two games without one since his Gameweek 4 debut.


Owned by just 1.1%, it’s safe to say that Southampton’s goalkeeper is going under the radar. Priced at a low £4.4m, Fraser Forster has just kept two successive clean sheets for a rejuvenated Saints, with a promising Double Gameweek 28 up next against Aston Villa (a) and Newcastle United (h).


Is £4.0m FPL goalkeeper Foster the new Watford number one? 3

With a similar surname to Forster, the Watford man has started to remember what clean sheets are since Roy Hodgson arrived at Vicarage Road. Ben Foster has kept three in six matches and gives FPL owners the luxury of having a number one goalkeeper at the cheapest price point.

These are the top options you can select from and with any one of them, you stand the chance of having yourself a rewarding wildcard.

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