What the experts say
Jamie Pigott (@Futbolislifefpl)
I went without Haaland (£12.0m) at the start and have been punished. Not anymore. He’s a season-keeper and may even set a new points record this term.
Haaland is an absolute must-have for me. He's made for FPL points and I'm not worried about the rest and rotation. You take that on the chin and captain tactically.
Despite Liverpool's drop off in defensive numbers, Trent Alexander-Arnold’s (£7.5m) attacking data means he is excellent value for his price. He should benefit from the return of Joel Matip (£5.9m) and Thiago (£5.2m) from injury.
Haaland is a clear must-have and getting almost to the point of being a must-captain.
Ben Crabtree (@FC_CrabDogg)
Raheem Sterling (£10.0m) has had a solid start and has a good upcoming run of fixtures. He is among the cheapest premium players and is captain-able.
Sam Bonfield (@FPLFamily)
Tottenham Hotspur haven't shown the best form at the start of the season, however they are grinding out results and Harry Kane (£11.4m) is returning points consistently which we haven't seen from the forward since the 2020/21 season.
With returns each week since Gameweek 2 and some good fixtures ahead, Kane looks a great pick alongside Haaland up top.
Paul Gee (@FPLPaulGee)
Haaland is now a set and forget option in my opinion, even if he is rotated sometimes.
Holly Shand (@HollyShand)
Haaland has reached a level now where we captain him every week. His ownership is scarily high, too.