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Across the country and the world, Fantasy Premier League sides are being built and, with the new season just days away, we take a look at the best players to include in your team.
Fantasy Premier League (FPL) is, undoubtedly, the most popular fantasy football game and offers users the chance to battle it out with their friends and rivals across the globe.
Like with every new season, there becomes a chance at FPL glory - but picking the right players is easier said than done.
So, whether you're a seasoned veteran of FPL or a beginner just starting to get to grips with the game, SPORTbible's guide offers everything you need to new ahead of the new campaign.
But first, having delved into the statistics from last season, we take a look at 25 players that you need to include in your upcoming squad.
Harry Kane won his third Premier League Golden Boot in 2020-21 and impressively paired it with the Playmaker of the Season award after providing more assists than any other player.
Callum Wilson delivered the goods last season for the Magpies, scoring 12 times and registering six assists in 25 appearances.
Injuries restricted Michail Antonio to 25 Premier League outings in 2020-21, but he made the most of his time on the pitch, scoring ten goals and providing five assists.
Edinson Cavani finished his first season in England with a flourish, scoring ten goals in his final 11 games including to earn a one-year contract extension at Old Trafford.
Liverpool's star boy in Trent Alexander-Arnold is also an established fixture in their starting line-up and is - at age 22 - entering his fifth season as a member of the first team.
Ollie Watkins is the most selected forward in FPL this summer partly because of his bargain price and partly because of Aston Villa's opening - and winnable - fixtures.
Joao Cancelo moved from 13 starts to 27 starts last season and scored twice, as well as assisting three times.
Phil Foden registered 14 league goal involvements in just 17 starts last season - a hugely impressive return for a player classified as a midfielder.
Luke Shaw registered five assists last term, before providing four goals involvements in just six games for England at Euro 2020 - and even scored in the final defeat to Italy.
Having started just four of the Gunners first 19 league games of the season last term, Nicolas Pepe started 12 of the following 19 and provided 11 goal involvements in that time - registering eight goals and three assists.
Managers will rightly be tempted by Ben White, mostly because his FPL price is less than 10 per cent of his real-life fee.
Given City's abundance of rotatable attackers, John Stones seems to offer the best balance of value and guaranteed minutes.
Villa's ballsy transfer policy has provided several new attacking options, with Leon Bailey perhaps the most generously priced.
Jack Grealish, the former Villa number ten, is an assist machine and now plays for the best side in the country - he's guaranteed points.
Bruno Fernandes topped FPL scoring charts last term with 244 points and his ability to score from anywhere and pick a pass no one else can see means he is likely to be a big hitter again.
James Ward-Prowse was one of the top point scorers in the fantasy league last term and should continue to add to his growing reputation this season
Stuart Dallas enjoyed the best season of his career to date last year and won the Whites player of the season award.
Harvey Barnes enjoyed an outstanding season last term that saw him tipped to make England's Euro 2020 squad.
Topics: Fantasy Premier League