The Scout assesses the player prices in 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League and what they mean for FPL managers.
The Manchester City players are identically priced at £12.0million, each up from last season’s initial cost of £11.0m.
Aguero is now the most expensive forward in FPL after his 21 goals and 11 assists in 2018/19.
Yet when it came to points per match (ppm), Sterling’s average of 6.8 was more than any regular player in FPL last season.
Sterling could earn more attention this term with Eden Hazard’s departure from Chelsea depriving managers of another big-hitter in midfield.
Sadio Mane has risen to £11.5m after winning a share of the Golden Boot last season.
Last season there was a £3.5m difference in their opening valuations, with Salah starting at £13.0m and Mane at £9.5m.
But Mane matched Salah's 22 goals and their new prices for this season will give managers plenty to consider when choosing their preferred Liverpool attacker.
Firmino has produced at least 155 points in four successive seasons for the Reds.
De Bruyne suffered an injury-hit 2018/19, managing only two goals and three assists.
But his output in the previous two seasons highlights his potential. He claimed 209 and 199 points over those periods, totalling 14 goals and 39 assists.
Part 1: Fraser rises as five values revealed
Part 2: Salah drops and stays in midfield
Part 3: Register now to boost your Fantasy chances
Part 4: Fantasy Premier League is back for 2019/20
Part 5: Never miss a Fantasy deadline again
Part 6: How to play FPL: A beginner's guide
Part 8: Kane price drop will turn heads
Part 9: Rise no issue for Alexander-Arnold
Part 10: McGinn looks to offer the value at Villa
Part 11: Bernardo the main man at City?