The Scout looks at players who have offered big value for money in 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League.
The Liverpool right-back has more than justified his place as the most expensive defender in FPL this season.
Alexander-Arnold has totalled 166 points, at least 25 points more than any other backline rival.
And despite a rise of £0.8m over the campaign, he has returned 21.3 points per million (ppm), making him the fifth best outfield player in terms of value.
Alexander-Arnold's potential for points at both ends of the pitch is unmatched in FPL.
He has combined 11 clean sheets with two goals and 14 assists.
As a result, he has produced attacking or defensive points in 19 of his 28 Gameweek starts.
The underlying statistics show why Alexander-Arnold has made such a big impact on the Reds' attack.
His 75 chances created this season is a team-leading total, with Mohamed Salah (£12.7m) well back in second place on 46.
Indeed, only Kevin De Bruyne (£10.6m), with 96 chances created, has bettered that tally among all players in 2019/20 FPL.
Alexander-Arnold's role as Liverpool's No 1 for set-pieces is a big factor in his success.
Jurgen Klopp's men have scored 11 goals in such situations, a total bettered by only two other sides.
The 21-year-old also boasts a strong goal threat, with his 36 shots second only to the 38 of John Lundstram (£4.8m) among defenders in FPL.
Liverpool's strong defence also boosts Alexander-Arnold's FPL prospects.
Their totals of 12 clean sheets and only 21 goals conceded are the best in the Premier League.
As the most attacking option in the Liverpool defence, Alexander-Arnold's ability to deliver points at both ends of the pitch makes him worth paying extra for.
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Part 2: FPL Value picks: Dean Henderson
Part 4: FPL Value picks: John Lundstram
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