The Scout assesses the star performers from each club in the 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League season, and what managers should look out for as they prepare for the game to launch ahead of 2020/21 kicking off on 12 September.
The Clarets boasted one of the most reliable defences in 2019/20 FPL.
Nick Pope was the standout pick in Burnley's backline.
He finished as the top-scoring goalkeeper in FPL on 170 points and was the best value player in the entire game.
Having started at only £4.5m, Pope will undoubtedly earn a price rise in 2020/21.
However, even at a possible cost of £5.5m, he can still justify an increase. Only three defenders surpassed his points haul this season.
James Tarkowski's two goals and three assists highlight his attacking potential from the back.
Taylor only established himself as a regular midway through the campaign, while Lowton was limited to only 17 starts through injury.
In attack, Chris Wood's 14 goals and one assist helped him to his best-ever FPL season.
Yet the New Zealander made only 29 starts due to injury.
If he remains injury-free, Wood can emerge as a strong source of value up front.
Among forwards with 10 or more goals, his average of 174.6 minutes per goal ranked 10th in 2019/20.