While Ramsdale won't face as many shots as he did at AFC Bournemouth, the defence in front of him is a lot stronger and should mean more clean sheets.
Too good to go without and somehow feels underpriced as a £7.5m defender.
I’m gunning for cheap clean sheets from a good Wolverhampton Wanderers’ defence. If they do sign a player able to cover at left wing-back, Vinagre will be moved out.
Tottenham Hotspur were better defensively at the end of 2019/20 and Davies was beginning to find his offensive groove.
Opening versus Fulham, Aubameyang's first few fixtures are too good to ignore.
As a mid-priced punt, Saint-Maximin offers upside if he can kick off this season how he ended the previous campaign.
If Maddison is healthy and has a decent pre-season, he'll offer good value for a Leicester City team that have a promising early schedule.
On set-plays and penalties, Ward-Prowse has become a solid option for Southampton.
Early season, Kane is usually someone to avoid but this isn't your typical start to a campaign with only a short break since the end of 2019/20. Also, Spurs’ kind opening fixtures can help their talisman get plenty of goals.
Mitrovic is Fulham's main man and while they can't defend, he'll have no issues scoring goals.
A cheap keeper who will get some matches while Tom Heaton (£4.5m) recovers from injury.
You can never have too many cheap defenders and Bardsley has the potential to deliver plenty of clean sheets.
An enabler who earned pitch time for Everton late last season. Branthwaite is unlikely to start unless there are injuries but there isn't much depth among the £4.0m defenders.
While De Bruyne does have a blank in Gameweek 1, I don't want to need to waste a transfer to get him in or plan an early Wildcard to get Manchester City players in, so I'll be benching him.
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Part 1: Alexander-Arnold can be a record-breaker
Part 2: Double up on Wolves wing-backs
Part 3: Get Vardy from the start
Part 4: Ings spearheads Saints triple-up
Part 6: Double up with West Ham
Part 7: Build defence around Liverpool duo