The Scout looks at players with favourable early fixtures for Fantasy Premier League managers to consider in their squads.
Prior to an injury-hit 2017/18 season, Everton right-back Coleman had an outstanding 2016/17 campaign.
He produced four goals and four assists, scoring 133 points at an average of 5.1 per match.
But he was limited to only 12 appearances last season after being sidelined with a long-term injury.
With a full pre-season, Everton's schedule can encourage FPL managers to reinstate Coleman as a Fantasy favourite.
And overall in the first nine Gameweeks, Marco Silva’s men face only one of last season’s top seven.
Coleman struggled to make an attacking impact on his return from injury under former manager Sam Allardyce.
From Allardyce's first match in charge in Gameweek 15, Everton's total of 213 shots was fewer than any other side.
But new manager Silva's preference for attacking full-backs could reignite Coleman’s potential.
Coleman started last season at a price of £6.5m due to his form in the previous campaign.
But having returned only 39 points the right-back will be expected to drop in price.
If he demands a fee of £6.0m or less, his ability to produce goals, assists and clean sheets could prove outstanding value for money over the early Gameweeks.
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