The Scout's panel of experts reveal who they currently plan to pick in their 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League starting squads.
With Fantasy managers not exactly spoilt for choice with £4.5m goalkeepers, I’ve gone for the Brighton & Hove Albion man given the Seagulls showed a bit of defensive form at the end of last season.
Despite the price rise, he is still a bargain offering clean sheets, assists and maybe the odd goal from a direct free-kick.
With Benjamin Mendy (£6.0m) seemingly out of favour and missing the Premier League Asia Trophy due to injury, I’m backing Zinchenko to become first choice at left-back, despite the threat of rotation from new boy Angelino (£5.0m).
The most creative defender in the game last year, particularly after Christmas. If Everton sign a forward to convert the chances he creates, he’ll be essential.
Post-Christmas, Burnley turned in some superb performances with Taylor getting forward into some dangerous areas. An exciting young prospect.
An essential pick. Liverpool's opening fixtures look superb and the Egyptian King will be the main man for the FPL points once again.
Now 24, Sterling is reaching the peak of his powers. With no World Cup or European Championship this summer and a full pre-season behind him, expect him to hit the ground running.
Everton's upturn in form at the end of last season coincided with 'Siggy' moving to his preferred No 10 role. He has great fixtures and is on penalties.
With Son Heung-Min (£9.5m) suspended for the first two Gameweeks, I'm backing Lucas to partner Harry Kane (£11.0m) up top for Tottenham Hotspur. His position in my team may be up for review in Gameweek 3.
I’m expecting big things from Leicester City this year. While there is some uncertainty around their midfield set-up, there can be no doubt that Vardy will again be the main man.
AFC Bournemouth's fixtures look pretty good to kick off the season, so if you're investing in their attack the Norwegian is worth the £1.5m saving over Callum Wilson (£8.0m).
Ryan's back-up at Brighton, so if my main man gets injured I can rely on Button to step straight in.
A filler pick. I expect him to get minutes and maybe even the odd goal in that Wolverhampton Wanderers side, since he got two last year.
With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer investing in youth at Manchester United, I'm expecting some minutes in the first team for the confident 17-year old.
The departure of Aaron-Wan-Bissaka (£5.5m) to Man Utd frees up that full-back slot at Crystal Palace, and Kelly seems the obvious choice.
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