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Milner scored seven penalty kicks in 2016/17.
After being used at left-back last season, Milner has now been reclassified as an FPL defender.
Milner scored 139 points as a midfielder last term.
Had he produced the same output as a defender, he would have claimed 174 points.
Milner’s attacking statistics stand up well compared with last season’s top FPL defenders.
That ability to create chances will also boost Milner’s prospects in the Bonus Points System (BPS).
Five of the top seven scoring FPL defenders last season featured at either full-back or wing-back.
Owned by just 10.1%, Milner’s reclassification creates a new forward-thinking option.
Klopp’s side produced only 12 clean sheets last season but finished the campaign strongly, claiming shutouts in five of the final six fixtures.
|GW||Opponent||FDR (1 = Low 5 = High)|
|2||Crystal Palace (h)||2|
|4||Man City (a)||4|