King’s output at home last season is no doubt a factor.
At home, his total of nine goals was more than any team-mate.
A visit from Aston Villa gives the 22-year-old full-back the chance to start the season successfully. Walker-Peters produced three assists in four home appearances last season.
Reclassified as a defender this season, the Ukrainian has big all-round potential for a trip to West Ham United. Zinchenko produced three assists and nine clean sheets in 14 appearances for Manchester City last term.
Owned by 42.0 per cent of managers, he will be heavily backed for the Gameweek 1 captaincy at home against Norwich. Salah has 32 goals and 15 assists in 38 appearances at Anfield since arriving on Merseyside.
The Man City winger was a huge success in the corresponding fixture last season. Sterling claimed 16 FPL points away to the Hammers, thanks to a goal and two assists.
The Spaniard has impressed at new club Leicester City, scoring twice over the summer friendlies. Perez hosts a Wolverhampton Wanderers side who managed just two clean sheets away from home in 2018/19.
Owned by just 0.4 per cent of managers, the Burnley winger could be a handy differential against Southampton at Turf Moor. McNeil averaged 4.5 points per start at home last season.
Goals against Juventus and Real Madrid in pre-season suggest Kane is in top form for the visit of Aston Villa. As the most-owned forward in FPL, he will be among the key captain picks for Gameweek 1.
The Norwegian's strong home form was in evidence last weekend as he scored in a 3-0 win over Ligue 1 side Lyon at Vitality Stadium.
The Wolves striker supplied a trio of assists in a UEFA Europa League win over FC Pyunik on Thursday. He also scored a hat-trick in his previous meeting with his weekend hosts, Leicester.
Holly Shand (@FFCommunity_): The premium attacking players included here are the ones in my team! Walker-Peters could be a great differential against Aston Villa and I'd be tempted by Lucas Moura (£7.5m), too. Spurs should win that game easily.
Tom (@WGTA_FPL): My eye is drawn to McNeil, who could be set for a breakthrough year. Solid overall.
Ash (@FPLHints): From an attacking perspective, Salah and Sterling are must-haves. As for Walker-Peters, it's essential he hits the ground running to cement his place as a regular FPL starter for the long-term.
Lee Bonfield (@FPLFamily): It's a solid-looking team. You can't argue with the premium picks, who should all justify their price tags in GW1. The inclusions of King, Jota and Perez show just how much value there is at £6.5m. I’m backing King, in particular, to do well at home against new boys Sheffield United, along with Wilson, Fraser and Dominic Solanke (£5.5m).
Mark McGettigan (@FPLGeneral): I'm surprised to see McNeil included. I haven't seen him in a single draft this week! It's good to see my goalkeeper in there though, and overall I would expect that XI to score very well in Gameweek 1.