An examination of last season’s underlying statistics suggests that the new campaign could prove tough for Crystal Palace.
The Eagles have already lost Aaron Wan-Bissaka (£5.5m) to Manchester United and other clubs continue to sniff around important attacking asset Wilfried Zaha (£7.0m).
Whether they would be able to cope without the pair is certainly a key question that Fantasy managers should be considering this summer.
As we resume our Numbers Game series, we take a look at the defensive and offensive numbers for Roy Hodgson’s players both as a team and individually to assess their credentials as Fantasy assets in 2019/20.
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