The Scout is helping Fantasy Premier League managers who want to make a flying start in the new Second Chance league with some ready-made 15-man squads.
Here is a squad if you want to pick two premium midfielders.
Danny Ward (LEI) £4.1m Leicester City’s No 1 produced 52 of his 60 points this season in his last eight matches.
Daniel Iversen (LEI) £3.9m The Foxes’ back-up 'keeper can emerge from the bench if Ward is unavailable.
Kieran Trippier (NEW) £5.9m The No 1 player for value in Fantasy, returning 16.3 points per million spent.
Diogo Dalot (MUN) £4.8m Five of Manchester United’s next seven matches score just two in the Fixture Difficulty Ratings.
Ben White (ARS) £4.7m The Arsenal defender has blanked only once in his last eight outings.
Romain Perraud (SOU) £4.4m Southampton's full-back has the schedule to emerge as a key player under new boss Nathan Jones.
Wesley Fofana (CHE) £4.3m The Frenchman can provide a cut-price route into Chelsea’s defence.
Mohamed Salah (LIV) £12.8m He has nine goals and an assist in his last nine matches for Liverpool.
Kevin De Bruyne (MCI) £12.6m Pairing De Bruyne with Erling Haaland (£12.2m) could prove a winning tactic for Manchester City’s Double Gameweeks.
See: Double Gameweeks for Man City
Martin Odegaard (ARS) £6.4m His total of 77 points has been bettered by only four other midfielders this term.
Miguel Almiron (NEW) £5.8m He is the most-bought midfielder in the unlimited transfers period, bought by 330,000+ managers.
Andreas Pereira (FUL) £4.6m His 35 chances created rank second among all players this season.
Erling Haaland (MCI) £12.2m Man City’s Norwegian averages a goal every 57 minutes in his debut Fantasy campaign.
Aleksandar Mitrovic (FUL) £6.8m His 56 shots and 48 shots in the box each put him among the top two players in 2022/23.
Anthony Martial (MUN) £6.7m The Frenchman could lead the line for Man Utd following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Part 1: The Scout's Big in attack squad
Part 3: The Scout's Strong all round squad