The Scout assesses the player prices in 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League and what they mean for FPL managers.
The Liverpool right-back has earned one of the largest price rises in Fantasy this season.
Along with his team-mate Andrew Robertson, he is the most expensive defender in FPL at a cost of £7.0m.
That is a climb of £2.0m from his initial value of only £5.0m last term.
Alexander-Arnold, who ended the season at £5.8m, was the top-value outfield player in FPL in terms of points per million, with 31.9.
And he can still provide excellent value again this season.
The 20-year-old produced one goal, 13 assists and 16 clean sheets over his 29 appearances in 2018/19 FPL.
Indeed, his average of 6.4 points per match (ppm) was ranked third overall among all regular starters last season.
However, both Robertson and Virgil van Dijk (£6.5m) offer strong alternatives in the Liverpool defence.
Van Dijk's kinder price tag could be a factor for managers, and he was the only defender to start all of the Reds' 38 matches in 2018/19.
Now costing £7.5m, Fraser’s seven goals and 14 assists earned him sixth place among FPL midfielders in 2018/19.
Wilson is available for £8.0m off the back of 14 goals and 12 assists.
And the Cherries pair have a fine opening schedule, facing only two of last season’s top six sides in their opening 10 Gameweeks.
Jimenez started last term at £5.5m and went on to produce 13 goals and 10 assists.
Doherty was initially even cheaper at £4.5m and tallied four goals and seven assists from his role as a wing-back.
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 7: Aguero and Sterling evenly valued
Part 8: Kane price drop will turn heads
Part 10: McGinn looks to offer the value at Villa
Part 11: Bernardo the main man at City?