This series will see 101 explore the three best picks for your Fantasy Premier League side from all 20 Premier League clubs ahead of the 2022/23 campaign. Make sure to check back to the site every day for more FPL tips and updates across the forthcoming season.
This article will see us focus on Leeds United.
The Whites had a very poor start to the 2021/22 season, and it did look as though they would be relegated.
However, Jesse Marsch was able to come in and turn things around, seeing Leeds lose just three times – versus Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City, between gameweeks 29 and 38.
With this in mind, 101 have taken a look at the best Leeds United players for your FPL team.
Jack Harrison, midfielder (6.0m)
Harrison has retained his 6.0m price and is once again a good budget option.
Like most of Leeds’ side, the winger’s form suffered when they were playing some very poor football under Marcelo Bielsa.
However, Harrison was back to his best under Marsch, and was able to score four goals in the last eight gameweeks of the campaign. And with Raphinha on the move, the risk of the attacker being rotated is set to be lessened.
Patrick Bamford, forward (7.5m)
To say that 2021/22 was a nightmare campaign for Patrick Bamford would be something of an understatement.
The forward featured just nine times in the league last season due to injury, and has not completed 90 minutes since September of 2021.
However, he is expected to be Leeds’ main forward this season, and if he can return to his form of the 2020/21 season, his price of 7.5m would be more than justified.
Rasmus Kristensen, defender (5.0m)
Ramus Kristensen has only just signed for Leeds, and has no Premier League experience, so he is something of a risk.
However, what makes Kristensen an interesting pick is his ability to provide goal contributions.
The right-back was able to score 10 and assist eight in 45 outings for RB Salzburg last season, which would have netted him a lot of points on FPL.
Whether he can recreate such form in the Premier League, though, remains to be seen.