Fantasy Premier League

FPL Team of the Season so far

By The Scout 8 Sep 2023
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The Scout looks at the top-scoring players in the first four Gameweeks of 2023/24 Fantasy

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The Scout highlights the top-performing players in the opening four Gameweeks of 2023/24 Fantasy Premier League.

Lining up in a 3-5-2 formation, the XI is dominated by five Tottenham Hotspur players thanks to their strong start at both ends of the pitch under new head coach Ange Postecoglou.

FPL TOTS so far after GW4
Guglielmo Vicario (Spurs) £5.1m, 21pts

Spurs’ new No 1 has offered many routes to returns in the opening Gameweeks. Vicario has combined two clean sheets with five save points and three bonus to top the goalkeeper standings on 21 points.

Cristian Romero (Spurs) £4.7m, 27pts

The Spurs centre-back is the only defender in Fantasy to produce points in each of the first four rounds of matches. Romero has scored twice to surpass his total of just one goal across his last two Fantasy campaigns. 

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Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace) £4.6m, 23pts

Crystal Palace’s Dane has scored once and kept a clean sheet, as well as earning the maximum three bonus points on two occasions. Indeed, Andersen’s six bonus is joint-top with Erling Haaland (£14.1m) this season. 

Destiny Udogie (Spurs) £4.7m, 23pts

The left-back has been an immediate success in his first season at Spurs. Udogie has added two assists and four bonus points to his pair of clean sheets, blanking in just one of his first four outings. 

Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford) £6.8m, 33pts

Brentford’s Cameroonian has scored four goals in the first four matches to top the midfield standings on 33 points. Mbeumo is the second most-bought player in 2023/24 Fantasy, transferred in by over 1.88million managers. 

Jarrod Bowen (West Ham) £7.1m, 30pts

The West Ham United talisman has blanked just once in his four appearances, scoring three goals and supplying an assist. Bowen’s 13 shots, nine shots in the box and six shots on target are all team-leading totals. 

Solly March (Brighton) £6.6m, 29pts

Brighton & Hove Albion’s 10.3 per cent-owned winger has proven a handy differential, outscoring his 40 per cent-owned team-mate Kaoru Mitoma (£6.5m) by six points. March scored all three of his goals this season in the first two Gameweeks, against Luton Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers

James Maddison (Spurs) £7.8m, 29pts

The summer signing has immediately settled at Spurs, scoring two goals and supplying two assists to claim 29 points. Maddison’s 13 shots, nine shots on target and 10 key passes all place top for Postecoglou’s side.

Son Heung-min (Spurs) £9.1m, 28pts

A move up front against Burnley has helped revive the South Korean’s prospects. Son’s hat-trick in the 5-2 win at Turf Moor has made him the top target in Fantasy over the international break, transferred in by 373,000+ managers.

Erling Haaland (Man City) £14.1m, 39pts

Manchester City’s Norwegian has wasted no time in justifying his huge price tag and hefty 91 per cent ownership. Haaland has scored six goals and delivered hauls of 13 and 20 points on his way to the top of the player standings.

Julian Alvarez (Man City) £6.7m, 28pts

The Argentinian has started all four matches for Man City, mainly due to an injury to Kevin De Bruyne (£10.2m). Alvarez has seized his opportunity by producing two goals and three assists, with his 28 points second only to Haaland for Pep Guardiola’s side. 

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