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Best Fullbacks on Football Index
As always, Football Index goes through various trends and market sentiment will always shift onto something new. However, something which shows no signs of stopping, is traders interest in Flying Fullbacks, and we are going to explain why in this post.
A Huge mistake that you can make when you join Football Index, is to overlook defenders.
There’s been many traders that have done this, as their main requirement when they joined was to sign all of the best strikers, or wingers on the game.
However, that can give you a huge disadvantage. Remember, only one forward can win Match Day Dividends on any given day, so in many cases you may be battling against yourself.
Although defenders aren’t as glorious of an hold as Kylian Mbappe, Jadon Sancho & Mason Greenwood, they can win you huge dividend returns.
If, you pick your defenders correctly.
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Best Defenders to Buy on Football Index
It’s a fact that fullbacks will be some of the best options on Football Index, due to their enhanced chances of providing assists & scoring goals.
Let’s take Trent Alexander Arnold as the prime example, he’s the highest price defender, but also has the highest match day average scores of all defenders… including £0.43 of Match Day dividends in the 2019/20 season.
Other favourites are players such as Benjamin Pavard, who’s earnt 10% of his price in dividends last season alone.
We aren’t on a bargain hunt today, hence why there’s been some premium priced players discussed. If you can spot a fullback who’s got an eye for goal, or on set pieces (such as Sergio Ramos), you have a great chance of earning dividends alongside some capital appreciation.
With every transfer window, it’s also key to see which players remain on set pieces, as new signings could change the setup.
With Trent Alexander Arnold, I’m monitoring the situation with Thiago, who could join Liverpool and share the responsibilities. If this happens, it lowers the chances that TAA could create, which also results in a lower match day score.
The Hottest picks for 2019/20 were as follows:
- Trent Alexander-Arnold, earning £0.43 in dividends with a 161 average.
- Sergio Reguilon, earning £0.31 with a 123 average.
- Benjamin Pavard, earning £0.20, with a 134 average.
Another stand out player for me, was Jesus Navas. Although he’s 34, traders won’t be upset as he cleared 70% of his price in dividends alone. Priced at £0.58, he earnt £0.39 in match day dividends.
He could be one to watch for a short term bet next season. Who are your picks?