The Scout looks at the Fantasy Premier League prospects of the three promoted sides.
Tim Krul (£4.5m) can be among the best cut-price goalkeepers in FPL.
Norwich's custodian managed 13 clean sheets in his 46 appearances for the Championship winners in 2018/19.
But it is his ability to produce saves that will increase his value in FPL.
Krul's total of 136 saves was the fourth-highest tally in the division and more than any of his promoted rivals.
Etheridge was the top-value player in FPL thanks to his ability to combine clean sheets with save points.
Starting at £4.5m for the Bluebirds, he went on to total 154 points.
Norwich's possession-based style of play also lifts Krul's potential in the Bonus Points System (BPS), which decides how bonus points are awarded.
Players who attempt at least 30 passes in a match can score in the BPS and the Dutchman made 1,541 passes in 2018/19, more than any FPL goalkeeper.
Norwich also have a number of attack-minded defenders, with Max Aarons (£4.5m) a big threat down the right.
Raiding forward in a 4-2-3-1 formation, Aarons was involved in eight goals this season, more than any defensive team-mate.
He produced two goals and six assists, compared with the four assists of fellow full-back Jamal Lewis.
Centre-back Ben Godfrey (£4.5m) also caught the eye after producing four goals and two assists in 26 starts.
Ultimately, though, it is Krul's all-round potential for saves, bonus points and clean sheets that can make him the go-to pick in the Norwich defence for 2019/20.
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