The Scout's panel of experts reveal who they currently plan to pick in their 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League starting squads.
With the Liverpool full-backs getting more expensive, Van Dijk is the best way to spread funds while gaining entry into their excellent defence.
Great Everton fixtures to start the season, great attacking numbers from Digne last year, great value for £6.0m.
A temporary 'hold' while we see what happens with the AFC Bournemouth defence, but he could end pre-season as a starting centre-back.
Used more as a defensive-minded midfielder last season, Alli should move back to being a force in the opposition penalty area with Ndombele now in the fold.
A massive upside for a £9.5m price tag, De Bruyne is hard to ignore.
With all Leicester City's firepower, you can pick your poison, but I believe Maddison is still the best option at King Power Stadium.
Moving into a more central role under Graham Potter, the Gross of his 2017/18 debut season will be back and then some.
Massive upside leading the Everton line ahead of an impressive band of attackers. A cost of £6.0m for a striker with 15+ goals potential is a steal.
Going without Raheem Sterling (£12.0m) means Aguero is a must-have. Mr. Consistency will be at it again this season.
Forget the August records, the opening fixture against Aston Villa could produce a month's worth of points alone. A price drop makes it easier to own the likely Golden Boot winner this season.
Norwich City’s back-up keeper is a cheap enabler, although he won't get any game time.
Another temporary 'hold' while seeing what transfers shake out. He could be replaced by Leander Dendoncker (£4.5m) in my squad.
Coming in from the joint-best Championship defence, O'Connell is a good provider of attacking and defensive returns. He can be a reliable rotation piece at £4.5m.
An out-of-position defender. Lundstram may not start but he should get game time since Sheffield United are light in the midfield.
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