Here, Geoff Dance reveals how his plans have changed since he put together his initial squad last month.
While I could still consider a Gameweek 2 Wildcard, this team could comfortably see me through the first part of the season.
I have retained only three outfield players from my original team and am confident in these selections as long-term picks.
Saving the Wildcard for later in the season will hopefully pay off.
An opening home fixture against Leeds United could bring points at both ends of the pitch.
The fourth-highest player for points per match last season, I'm pairing Robertson with fellow Liverpool full-back Alexander-Arnold for Gameweek 1.
I expect the Wolverhampton Wanderers centre-back to bring in significant defensive returns early this season.
I’ve gone for Salah over Sadio Mane (£12.0m) partly because of his penalty-kick duties.
Aubameyang is the most-owned midfielder for good reason. He has two strong opening fixtures, penalty duties and a proven scoring record.
Werner is the second most-owned player in FPL, leading a refreshed Chelsea attack with strong fixtures.
Mitrovic is highly owned for good reason, as he should provide consistency for a reasonable price.
With only 3.2 per cent ownership and strong fixtures, Adams provides an interesting balance of risk and reward.
The full-back is an affordable route into Leicester City's strong set of fixtures.
The Fulham midfielder will provide bench value if he starts, and could chip in with occasional attacking returns.
The cut-price Crystal Palace defender will stay on my bench but if he gets a run of starts should provide excellent value.
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 5: Kane can profit from early fixtures
Part 6: Double up with West Ham