I'm Alex Chick, and I'll be pitting my wits against the best players in Fantasy Football in 2013/14 - here's a look at my team heading into the season.
My squad is a mixture of Premier League newcomers acquired on the cheap and big ticket players who should pick up serious points.
Goalkeeper - Joe Hart (Manchester City) - £12.83m
Hart is the cheapest of the top clubs' keepers on the back of a poor 2012/13 campaign - an improvement is surely on the horizon.
Goalkeeper - Rob Elliot (Newcastle United) - £1.00m
There doesn't seem much use for a sub - if Hart gets injured or banned I can transfer him - so I've gone for the cheapest keeper in the game.
Defender - Leighton Baines (Everton) - £19.64m
The transition from David Moyes to Roberto Martinez might harm Everton's defensive record, but if anything it could make Baines even more potent in attack.
Defender - Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United) - £10.94m
When fit, still one of the best in the world and a key figure for Moyes. He also likes a goal.
Defender - Erik Pieters (Stoke City) - £7.08m
Dutch international left-back who should slot straight into a solid Stoke back four under Mark Hughes.
Defender - Phil Jones (Manchester United) - £6.37m
If - and it's a big if - Jones can nail down a regular starting place, his value could easily double.
Defender - Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United) - £4.49m
The Frenchman is very cheap, and looks set to be Newcastle's starting right-back this season.
Midfielder - Theo Walcott (Arsenal) - £18.86m
Though he is inconsistent in real life, Walcott is fantasy gold - especially with a good chance of playing up front this season.
Midfielder - Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) - £10.29m
Showed enough quality to suggest he can be a major contributor for Brendan Rodgers' side, especially if Luis Suarez stays.
Midfielder - Paulinho (Tottenham) - £6.28m
Not a classic Brazilian midfielder, in that he plays box-to-box, but Paulinho was prolific at Corinthians and should be a regular at Spurs.
Midfielder - Emanuele Giaccherini (Sunderland) - £6.28m
A bit of a wild card. The former Juventus man certainly has the talent, but will he have the temperament to thrive in the north-east?
Midfielder - Jesus Navas (Manchester City) - £6.28m
At that price, definitely worth a flier even if doubts exist over his ability to nail down a regular starting spot.
Forward - Robin van Persie (Manchester United) - £24.82m
He's not cheap, but Van Persie is about the closest thing to guaranteed points this season. CAPTAIN.
Forward - Roberto Soldado (Tottenham) - £7.23m
Look at that price. Soldado will be the main striker for one of the best teams in the Premier League. Just buy him.
Forward - Wilfried Bony (Swansea) - £7.23m
Swansea's record signing has already looked impressive in the Europa League and his form should continue.
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