Yesterday, we highlighted eight must-have players on your Telegraph Fantasy Football Christmas wish list.
Today, we take a look at the stocking fillers - those that haven't found their way into many teams or are of fantastic value in their respective positions.
How many will you adopt for the festive period?
Darren Randolph - £2.8m
Randolph's form has kept Adrian out of Slaven Bilic's side and the £2.8m rated shot-stopper is definitely worth consideration for the busy Christmas period.
Incredibly, he's in just 0.1% of all TFF teams but has a favourable run of fixtures ahead with Burnley (H), Hull (H) and Swansea (A) the next three to come.
He made the save of the season from Jordan Henderson's long-range strike in Week 18, tipping over to preserve an all-important point for the Hammers.
Jordan Pickford - £2.1m
If Sunderland are to stay up, the contribution from 22-year old Jordan Pickford will be vital.
He's been a revelation for the Black Cats this season, making incredible saves time and time again, including an astonishing stop to keep out Erik Lamela in Week 6.
At £2.1m he's the cheapest available goalkeeper that is guaranteed to make a starting appearance, and two home matches to come in Week 19 mean Pickford may be one to watch.
Adam Smith - £2.5m
Bournemouth defender Adam Smith is the ninth highest-scoring player in his position, racking up 54 TFF points so far.
At just £2.5m he's an absolute steal and with the return of Tyrone Mings he's been pushed further forward into an attacking midfield role in recent weeks.
His final ball is fantastic - he's already accumulated six key contributions and a goal so far this season, and what's more Eddie Howe's side have started to produce clean sheets too.
Want points at both ends of the pitch with the ultimate budget defender? Look no further than Adam Smith.
Antonio Barragan - £3.0m
Slightly more expensive than Smith but a similar player, Middlesbrough's right-back has enjoyed a decent campaign so far.
He has 41 TFF points, produced from four full clean sheets, but that tally could easily increase with four home matches to come in the next six outings.
That run includes a visit from a struggling Swansea side as well as the visit of Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup - so Barragan could fly up the scoring charts this Christmas.
Wilfred Zaha - £4.0m
Why Zaha is in just 2% of all TFF teams is a mystery but the Crystal Palace winger has hit form at the right time.
He's a key contribution machine, with seven in his last seven games, and also has two goals in his last three appearances too.
The Eagles welcome Manchester United to Selhurst Park tonight and Zaha will be desperate to cause havoc against the club that deemed him surplus to requirements earlier in his career.
Pedro - £4.9m
Sure, you'll have to part with a hefty chunk of your £50m budget to require the services of Pedro, but the former-Barcelona forward is in just a handful of all teams.
Chelsea have won nine straight league matches, with Pedro making the starting line-up in eight, and his performances have flown under the radar with Diego Costa and Eden Hazard dominating the headlines.
He has four goals and three key contributions in the Blues' winning streak and looks to have cemented his place in Conte's XI. He's now formed a fantastic understanding with Victor Moses down the right and could be set to torment a shaky Sunderland defence this evening.
Fernando Llorente - £4.9m
Bob Bradley has had no choice but to put Llorente back in his starting XI, with the £4.9m rated striker scoring four times in three outings.
That run has included two braces, in winning matches against both Crystal Palace and Sunderland, and he seems to be on the same wave length as midfield maestro Gylfi Sigurdsson.
A shrewd acquisition, the former Bilbao and Juventus hitman is in just 0.7% of all teams but the Swans have arguably their easiest run of the season to come - West Brom (A), Middlesbrough (A), West Ham (H), Bournemouth (H), Crystal Palace (A) and Hull (A) up next.
Divock Origi - £5.5m
Origi, in 2% of all teams, has spearheaded Liverpool's attack in recent weeks with Philippe Coutinho absent through injury.
He has the support of Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane from the wings and has flourished recently, scoring in three consecutive matches.
At £5.5m he's still considerably cheaper than Diego Costa, Romelu Lukaku, Sergio Aguero, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Harry Kane, but is in a team that has scored more than any of theirs.
Could Origi be a festive favourite for Klopp?