We all want to pick the very best players when it comes to Dream Team, don’t we?
And usually, the very best are those big names that can score goals or create assists – and sometimes there’s even the odd few out there that can do BOTH.
So look no further, as we’ve listed five players below that we think could hit double digits for both goals and assists this season…
1 Raheem Sterling
Sterling heads into the 2019/20 season as the most-picked player on Dream Team so far, with over 50% of fantasy gaffers opting for him.
It makes perfect sense really, as the young forward finished last season with the second-best points return on our game, with only Eden Hazard ending the campaign with more.
The Man City star was a key figure in their Premier League title-winning run, netting 17 goals and complementing his haul with an extra 10 assists.
With City looking to go all out for the Champions League this season – as well as retain their league crown – there’s a good chance we can expect a similar return from the England hero.
2 Callum Wilson
Bournemouth’s hotshot has made a name for himself in the Premier League for his goal-scoring ability, but did you know that he’s just as good at setting up the odd goal here and there, too?
Last term, Wilson netted 14 goals as Bournemouth finished comfortably mid-table, and he even helped out his talented teammates by laying on nine assists.
It’s little surprise then that he was a Dream Team favourite last time out, and he’s currently gracing 5% of teams on the game heading into the new campaign.
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Richarlison heads into his second season at Everton as one of the biggest South American stars in the Premier League, having starred in Brazil’s Copa America triumph earlier in the summer.
At just 22, we’re definitely expecting to see even more from him over the next few years, and we’d love to see him improve on his haul of 14 goals from last season.
4 Sergio Aguero
Much like Wilson, Aguero is renowned for his goalscoring prowess and the little Argentinian will no doubt go down as one of the Premier League’s all-time greats.
Having scored 21 times in the league last season, Aguero has now hit 20 or more goals in the English top-flight on six different occasions.
But surprisingly, his game isn’t just about goals and last year he managed to assist eight times for his teammates.
5 Mohamed Salah
Liverpool will be right on Man City’s tail again this season, with the Reds desperate to secure their first Premier League crown.
If they’re going to do it, then Salah will surely provide the bulk of their attacking stats, having ended 2018/19 as their joint top-scorer in the league (alongside Sadio Mane) with 22 goals.
With the likes of Mane, Roberto Firmino and Rhian Brewster around him, he’s likely to mirror sis tally of eight assists from last time out too.
What are the best fantasy team names?
Picking your team name is just as important as assembling your squad in the first place.
Witty? Original? Anything but Neville Wears Prada for the 12th year in a row?
We’ve created an extensive list of classics which might help you decide if you’re struggling…
Who are the most expensive players on fantasy football?
This season Mo Salah and Sergio Aguero lead the way on £7.5m, with Harry Kane nicely placed just behind on £7m.
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