The Scout's panel of experts reveal who they currently plan to pick in their 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League starting squads.
A hero for me in 2017/18. If he starts the season as Burnley's No 1, he could be a bargain.
The first player I put in my team when the game launched. If he avoids injury, I fancy him to beat the record points total for a defender, achieved by Andrew Robertson (£7.0m) last season.
Provided four goals, four assists and 20 clean sheets last season and I expect more of the same in 2019/20.
An attacking full-back who also takes some set-pieces and Everton have a favourable run of fixtures in the early part of the season. What's not to like?
Plays for the best team in the league and showed last season he has an eye for goal.
Has had a price drop after a disappointing season in terms of attacking returns. I expect him to be more productive this campaign.
After back-to-back seasons of 250+ points, his price drop makes him an easy pick. That opening fixture at home to Norwich City looks very good indeed.
An FPL legend, he delivers season after season and has set-pieces and penalties in his locker.
Sensational in 2018/19 and I see no reason why he won't produce similar numbers this time.
My biggest dilemma is whether to include Kane or not. If I do, he could wrestle the captain's armband from Salah for Gameweek 1.
Priced at £1.5m cheaper than Callum Wilson (£8.0m) and is on penalties.
A value back-up goalkeeper to Mat Ryan (£4.5m) at Brighton & Hove Albion.
The young forward has found form during the summer friendlies.
A handy budget midfielder.
Another cut-price midfielder, he produced one goal and four assists last season.
See: The Scout's FPL experts reveal their squads