Arguably the most exciting team to watch over the past two seasons has been the 2016/17 Premier League runners up Tottenham Hotspur. Spurs will be aiming to go one better this season and come away as Premier League champions. They scored the most Premier League goals of any team (86), one more than Man City, despite the England striker missing 8 games due to injury.
Pre-season team-by-team analysis of Premier League squads for FPL.
The FPL season has officially begun, and it has FPL managers bursting with joy. The ability to tinker with your squad and attempt to crack the perfect lineup is a tantalizing challenge. One of the teams that seems to have flown under the radar is Arsenal. Perhaps because their leading point scorer from last season is now a costly 12 million pounds, or due to their somewhat difficult starting schedule. The reality is, Arsenal will score goals and they are always a strong defensive side with Wenger at the helm.
In FPL terms Everton were a one man team last season, with Romelu Lukaku scoring the lion's share of their points, but of course that will all change in 2017/18 after his £75m transfer to Man United. Will the transfer comings and goings at Goodison Park prove positive for the FPL prospects of their players?
After a tough relegation battle that ultimately ended in defeat, Newcastle bounced back by claiming the Championship trophy. Last season showed a lot of improvement, with a little luck needed to claim the title over the last three weeks. Can they be a source of FPL budget picks considering their relatively kind opening fixtures?
The pre-season tours are about to begin for many of the teams and Fanatsy Premier League is now officially open for the 2017/18 season. This article will focus on Jose Mourinho's Manchester United and what to expect from them. The Red Devils have begun the summer signing spree with Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku but more are yet to arrive according to some rumours plus the exit of Wayne Rooney is a point to be noted as he heads back to his boyhood club Everton. Looking at Manchester United's fixtures they have comparatively good fixtures until they face Liverpool in gameweek 8.
The so - called big teams are always subject to rich FPL investment, Chelsea are arguably the biggest. There is plenty of points potentional at both ends of the pitch however it won't come cheap!