Fantasy Premier League (FPL) returns on Friday 9th August as Liverpool host newcomers Norwich to kick off the new season – and that fixture can’t come quickly enough!
Millions of FPL managers will have been ritualistically making changes to their teams over the past few weeks… and for good reason. Setting up a squad of 15 players with just a £100m budget is much easier said than done, especially when the likes of Mo Salah and Raheem Sterling set you back around £12m!
With that in mind, we got down to looking at a number of potential Fantasy Premier League squad templates for those in need of a helping hand. From a team filled with our own player recommendations to those with a few differentials, we’ve covered a whole host of options worth looking into.
Click here to see out our 19/20 Premier League Winners and Top 4 predictions!
FST Scout Selection
Free Super Tips’ GW1 squad (unless we make more changes…)!
Pros: Fantasy Premier League 19/20 winners (we hope).
Cons: None (we hope).
You can’t lose if you have the same players as everyone else, right?
Pros: Lots of big-hitters and established FPL talent.
Cons: Fewer differentials makes it tough to come out ahead!
It’s better to be a lion in Gameweek 1 than a sheep all season?!
Pros: Earn points from players other teams won’t have.
Cons: Some players may be rotated.
18/19 Dream Team
Why fix something that isn’t broken?
Pros: Nothing but proven FPL talent.
Cons: What goes up must come down?
He’s good, right?!
Pros: Lots of potential to find the next Ryan Fraser or Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Cons: Lots of potential for things to go wrong too.
Follow this link to find out who we’re backing to be the 19/20 Premier League Top Goalscorer.
Goals, goals and more goals.
Cons: Very weak defence.
Park the Bus
Nothing beats the feeling of clean sheets.
Pros: Defence is the best form of offence… no, wait.
Cons: Lacking in strong offensive options in midfield.
Get behind every corner, free kick and penalty!
Pros: Every set piece is an opportunity for euphoria.
Cons: Get ready for more missed penalty heartbreak than ever before.
Why choose anything but the best?
Pros: Nothing but players from the Big Six.
Cons: Only actually has a few of the Big Six players you’d want.
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Best of the Rest
If you want to be the best, you’ve got to beat the best.
Pros: Plenty of money in the bank for when you realise you’ve made a huge mistake.
Cons: Lacks a big-hitter (or two).