The Scout's panel of experts reveal who they currently plan to pick in their 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League starting squads.
Neal Thurman (@nealjthurman)
Reasonably priced and with an opening weekend home match against Aston Villa, he looks as locked in for a clean sheet as anyone.
A two-way Fantasy threat with a great Gameweek 1 match-up at home against Norwich City. Should be a star all season.
Joint-most expensive defender with Alexander-Arnold but the Reds defensive double-up is worth it.
Another twin threat at the back. As a bonus, Everton only have two top-six opponents over the first 14 Gameweeks of the season.
Was happy to see him exit the African Cup of Nations early and healthy so he should be ready for the mouth-watering opener against Norwich at Anfield.
Last season's runaway leader in big chances created is reasonably priced and opens with Sheffield United at home and Aston Villa on the road.
I am doubling down on affordable stars from AFC Bournemouth for the first two weeks at a minimum.
Spectacular production on a limited basis last season and fits nicely subbing in for Brooks in Gameweek 3 when AFC Bournemouth face Manchester City and the Foxes get Sheffield United.
Tripling down on the Cherries' early schedule.
I am betting on his second-half surge to continue even if his early schedule isn't the best.
An enabler of other things at £4.0m.
He was superb early last season and a low price, combined with a Gameweek 1 match-up against Brighton, makes him an attractive sub.
Reclassified as a defender, he should start until Hector Bellerin (£5.5m) returns. Throw in his value price and Maitland-Niles is a strong bench option with a great Gameweek 1 match-up versus Newcastle United.
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