Liverpool will hope they can make it a better season in 2022/23, beating Manchester City for the Premier League title. Liverpool missed out on winning the Premier League last season, finishing only a point behind champions Manchester City in the table. Providing eight of the top 15 goalscorers, Liverpool dominated player valuations in Fantasy this past season. Liverpool’s best performer during the latter part of 2021/22, the Scotland international outscored right-backs 117 points to 85 points from game week 20 onwards. Virgil van Dijk played in 34 Premier League matches in the 2021-22 campaign, helping Liverpool to 21 clean sheets.

The Reds signed Kelvin Ramsay to provide some competition at right-back, but it is unlikely that the young Scot will receive a lot of playing time in the Premier League the following campaign. Robertson’s three goals, 11 assists, 17 clean sheets, and 23 extra points in only 28 games last season demonstrate why many managers choose to double-up on Liverpool’s defence. Robertson, who averaged 6.3 points per match compared to Alexander’s 6.6, could be a significant discrepancy from the start of the season. Mohamed Salah will become Liverpool’s key man again next season. Mo Salah has been Fantasy Premier League’s highest-rated player in four seasons with Liverpool. Given their favourable fixture list, he will be hugely popular right off the bat.

Last season’s Fantasy Top-scoring Player, their star striker, has produced over 230 points in his five seasons at Merseyside. Thiago was one of the six Liverpool players named to PFAs team of the season last term. The England defender managed a goal and five assists the last time, and his form at Euro 2020, which saw him score once and set up another three, will further persuade fantasy league managers that the adventurous full-back, who is also expected to receive plenty of corners and free-kicks, can be a significant points-scorer. Only four players scored more points than Joao Cancelo last season, even though he scored just once in all previous campaigns.

The Portuguese international is again expected to be United’s creative mastermind in the new campaign. When you add that, he takes penalties and an ancient amount of free kicks; Fernandes, the game’s highest-scoring performer last season, is a Fantasy league-perfect central midfielder. If you brought Jarrod Bowen on reasonably early in the previous season, for example, you would have been on to a winner considering that he ended up as the fourth-highest-scoring player in Fantasy Premier League. Trent Alexander-Arnold‘s pedigree as a Fantasy PL asset cannot be doubted; Alexander-Arnold has reached the 200-point threshold two times out of the past three seasons. Health permitting, he should be a lock for your game week one squad.