A visit to Burnley may be allowed Trent Alexander-Arnold (£8.3m) to extend his remarkable run Fantasy Premier League.
The Liverpool right-back has produced fantasy returns in nine of his last 10 appearances, producing two goals, three assists, five clean sheets and 12 bonus points.
His Reds teammate Mohammed Salah (£13.2m) has been named vice-captain in a top XI team that will play in a 3-5-2 formation with Tottenham Hotspur. Son Hyung-min (£9.8m) gave the shield.
Netto (Bournemouth) £4.6m
AFC Bournemouth's No.1 has proved a handy budget choice recently. Neto Fulham has 28 points in his last six outings.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) £8.3m
He's created 22 chances over the last four game weeks, at least 10 more than any other defender in Fantasy.
Kieran Trippier (Newcastle Utd) £6.9m
In his previous six appearances at St James' Park, the Newcastle United right-back hosts Nottingham Forest on the back of a blank. Trippier amassed 52 points in that run, thanks to three assists, five clean sheets and 13 bonus points.
Pedro Boro (Spurs) £5.5m
His ability to attack returns makes the Spurs full-back a strong option against Brighton & Hove Albion. Boro's 12 shots, eight shots in the box and 12 key passes all rank among the top two defenders in Fantasy over the past four gameweeks.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) £13.2m
The Egyptian's weekend strike against Arsenal took him 15-points clear at the top of the players' table. Salah will be hoping for another big return at Burnley, who have scored a league-high 22 goals in nine home matches.
Son Heung-min (Spurs) £9.8m
The Spurs star makes a key captain against Brighton & Hove Albion. Son has delivered six double-figure hauls this term, joint-top with Salah among all players.
Bugayo Saka (Arsenal) £9.0m
The winger seems to have increased his ability for goals recently with 11 shots in the box in the last four gameweeks for Arsenal. Saga manages a West Ham United side who have conceded at least three goals in four of their last six on the road.
Richardson (Spurs) £6.7m
The forward's recent move to Spurs has changed the Brazilian's fortunes in Fantasy. Richarlison has 32 points with four goals over the last three game weeks.
Anthony Gordon (Newcastle) £6.2m
Newcastle's winger has had an impeccable record at St James' Park this season, producing attacking returns in all eight of his appearances. In fact, Gordon was the second highest scorer in home matches in 2023/24, scoring 68 points on five goals and five assists.
Dominic Solange (Bournemouth) £6.9m
His hat-trick and 17 points against Nott'm Forest at the weekend have made Solanke a top transfer target for managers in Gameweek 19. Cherries' leading player has earned 170,000+ new owners. .
Julian Alvarez (Man City) £6.8m
Alvarez reminded managers of his potential against Fluminense with two goals and Manchester City's FIFA Club World Cup victory. If he is representative Erling Holland (£13.9m) Against Everton, Alvarez is only worth £6.8m.
Also in this series
Part 1: Scout's FPL Gameweek 19 must-sees
Part 3: FPL experts: Who should captain Gameweek 19?
Part 4: Who is the best FPL captain for Gameweek 19?
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