The start of the new Premier League season is so close we can almost taste it. And it’s delicious.
Fantasy football fans up and down the nation and currently putting the finishing touches onto their Dream Teams before Man United and Leicester kick things off tonight.
Just in case you were still struggling to decide on your eleven for this season, allow us to help.
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We’ve done the hard work for you and produced the ultimate player cheat sheet, listing one player from each Premier League club who you should consider for your team.
Obviously, you can’t pick all of this lot and we weren’t restrained by a budget either, but there should be one or two names on the list to give you a selection headache.
So here it is, Dream Team’s extensive guide of the one player from each club you should get in your team this season…
Fantasy football tips: Best player to pick from each Premier League club
Arsenal – Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (£5.5m)
There’s little more than we can add about this man, he’s simply a goal machine.
At £5.5m, Aubameyang is a relative steal and is a must have for your strike force.
Bournemouth – Lewis Cook (£2m)
Remember the name, as this lad is going to ‘do bits’ this season.
Cook is expected to play a large part of Bournemouth’s fight for survival this season.
Brighton – Lewis Dunk (£2.5m)
One of the league’s most underrated centre-backs, Dunk is a monster at the back.
The Brighton Captain popped up with goals as well as being a rock at the back for Chris Hughton’s side last season.
Burnley – Joe Hart (£1.5m)
Poor old Hart, we really do hope this move works out for him.
The former City man is expected to slot into the No1 spot after both Nick Pope and Tom Heaton suffered injuries in pre-season.
Cardiff City – Josh Murphy (£1.5m)
We’re excited to see Murphy in the top flight this season.
The Norwich youngster will line up against his brother Jacob Murphy who plays for Newcastle.
Chelsea – Eden Hazard (£6m)
Hazard stayed at Stamford Bridge much to the relief of Blues fans everywhere.
The Belgium playmaker will be the talisman for Sarri’s side this season as the fight to get back into the top four.
Crystal Palace – Wilfried Zaha (£4.5m)
Zaha was constantly linked with a move away from Selhurst Park all summer, but Palace’s asking price seemed to deter any potential suitors.
The winger was a points machine in fantasy football last season and we’re expecting more of the same from him in this campaign.
Everton – Jordan Pickford (£3m)
Pickford is now a household name following his World Cup heroics for England.
The Everton goalkeeper will be buoyant after his summer antics and presents an enticing bargain goalkeeper option.
Fulham – Ryan Sessegnon (£2.5m)
Sessegnon will be a crucial part of Fulham’s first season back in the Premier League.
At just 18-years-old, the Fulham man still has much to learn but he’s ready to turn some heads this season.
Huddersfield – Aaron Mooy (£2.5m)
Mooy was instrumental in Huddersfield’s miracle survival season and impressed with his industrious performances.
The Australian is likely to be the talisman for David Wagner’s side again this season and will relish the responsibility.
Leicester City – Demarai Gray (£2.5m)
We’re back Gray to be one of the most exciting young players to watch this season.
The 22-year-old has struggled to nail down a starting spot with the Foxes in recent years but this could be the moment he shows us all what he can do.
Liverpool – Mo Salah (£8m)
There’s little more we can say about this man.
So instead, we’ll let his stats from last season do the talking – 44 goals, 16 assists = 412 points.
Man City – Kyle Walker (£4.5m)
Walker turned out to be worth every penny of the £50million that City forked out to sign him from Spurs.
The marauding wing-back is a threat going forward as well as being assured as the back. We’re expecting more of the same from him this season.
Man United – Alexis Sanchez (£5m)
Sanchez is a player with undoubted quality as he’s proved at every club of his career.
The former Arsenal man just hasn’t yet shown his best at Old Trafford, but we’re expecting him to produce the goods for Jose Mourinho this season.
Newcastle – Kenedy (£3.5m)
Kenedy was a key part of Newcastle’s survival last season after they picked him up on loan from Chelsea in January.
The Brazilian has returned to St James’ Park again on a season-long loan and we’re expecting him to get Toon fans off their seats this season.
Southampton – Angus Gunn (£2m)
Gunn was bought in by Mark Hughes to finally remedy Southampton’s long-running goalkeeping crisis.
The former City stopper is only 22-years-old but we’ve already seen enough of him to back him to succeed this season.
Tottenham – Harry Kane (£8m)
40 goals, four assists and 376 points in fantasy football last season.
You need to give up this Dream Team management lark if you don’t go for Kane this season.
Watford – Abdoulaye Doucoure (£2.5m)
Doucoure was on the radar on a host of Europe’s top clubs after his standout season at Watford.
The French midfielder is a surprise goal threat from midfield and chipped in seven for the Hornets last season.
West Ham – Marko Arnautovic (£4m)
West Ham’s fate last season could have been a lot different had Arnautovic not been the goal machine he was.
The West Ham man is controversially listed as a midfielder in this year’s game, making it almost impossible to resist picking him.
Wolves – Ruben Neves (£3m)
Neves picked up the Championship Player of the Year award after he was crucial in Wolves’ title winning season.
The cultured Portuguese midfielder is still only 21-years-old but is ready to dictate Premier League games this season.
The Premier League is back… and so is fantasy football!
Yes the new season’s arrival means Dream Team is officially back in our lives – and it’s bigger and better than ever.
Man United and Leicester get everything underway tonight, but you’ll want to get your team in way before then.
All the new signings – from Jorginho to Jonny Evans – are available to pick ahead of one of the most exciting Premier League seasons to date.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up to play Dream Team now before it’s too late…
How does Premier League fantasy football work?
Every single season the Premier League gets more intriguing – and playing Dream Team really is the perfect way to enhance your experience of it.
You’ll be assigned a total budget of £50m for each side you pick and you’ll be able pick a maximum of 10 free teams.
The Game Weeks run from Friday to Thursday, effectively meaning the new Game Week starts after the last Europa League games are completed.
You get three transfers a month on the first Friday of every month so using them wisely is essential.
Every player on the game will be assigned a price at the start of the season which will then vary and fluctuate on a weekly basis dependent on their performances.
For example, last season we valued Mo Salah at £4m at the start of the season but the Egyptian King rocketed to over £11m by the end after his stunning goalscoring form.
Make sure to check out our website or app to see how our simplistic points system works.