The Scout's panel of experts reveal who they currently plan to pick in their 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League starting squads.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_)
I like to go for value goalkeepers. He seemed the best option at £4.5m and has a strong opening round of fixtures.
Liverpool are a great defence and Robertson can provide regular attacking returns too.
I’ve doubled up as Alexander-Arnold should provide goals and assists too. He ended last season in great form.
The centre-back offers the most reliable way into a rotation-prone Manchester City defence. He is a good aerial threat from set pieces and regularly in the bonus points.
Everton have great opening fixtures and Digne is also involved in a number of set-pieces to further boost his FPL points potential.
The best player in the league, Salah is a regular captain option and could be on penalties if James Milner (£5.5m) has his minutes managed.
He looks likely to be the highest-scoring FPL asset from the best attack in the Premier League. Another solid captaincy option.
A great value player who can compete with the more expensive picks from top six sides. Sigurdsson has excellent fixtures, plus he's on penalties.
The penalty king. I fancy him to benefit from even more spot-kicks with Video Assistant Referees (VAR) in town.
Another VAR target with a great pair of opening fixtures, he offers a cheap route into the AFC Bournemouth attack.
Despite being a bit of a punt, Murray is a consistent performer providing reasonable value. He has a good set of early fixtures.
A cheap back-up 'keeper if Mat Ryan is ever absent for Brighton & Hove Albion.
Probably the best option from the budget midfield options to sit on the bench and be used when needed.
Could potentially see some minutes, he is another inexpensive bench-filler.
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