Best Bournemouth Fantasy Premier League Picks – 2023/24 Edition

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July 26, 2023

Best Bournemouth Fantasy Premier League Picks – 2023/24 Edition

Welcome, Fantasy Premier League managers, to our much-anticipated guide for the 2023/24 season! As the new campaign kicks off, the excitement is palpable, and we are here to equip you with the essential knowledge to navigate the complexities of FPL successfully. Whether you’re a seasoned FPL veteran or a rookie looking to make your mark, our team of experts has scoured every corner of the footballing world to bring you the Best Bournemouth Fantasy Premier League Picks. Get ready to unearth hidden gems, discover tactical insights, and assemble a squad that will conquer your mini-leagues and climb the overall ranks. So, buckle up and join us on this thrilling fantasy football journey!


Sadly there’s nobody really in the goalkeeper spot that I’d back to make an impression really in FPL. Neto will most certainly take the number 1 spot for Bournemouth unless they decide to sign a new goalkeeper in the coming weeks to take his place. But at £4.5 million, there’s surer defences and more chances of clean sheets elsewhere.

Bournemouth only have 1 fixture from the first 7 games that has a fixture difficulty rating of less than 3. Meaning that Bournemouth’s opening run of games isn’t the easiest out there. At the start of the season we’ll need a defence we can rely on and Bournemouth “ain’t it”. Maybe further into the season they’ll be a more attractive asset but until then I think managers will need to look elsewhere to avoid being left behind.

Marcos Senesi


With very similar reasons to the goalkeeper scenario at Bournemouth, the defenders list isn’t an attractive proposition to make me want to bring Bournemouth defenders. This might be a little state the obvious to many, and you’d be right in saying that. Unless they bring a new exciting wing back in, I’ll be reluctant to look beyond the surface here.

Adam Smith and Marcos Senesi are probably the best we’ll get but with 2.07 and 2.01 expected goal involvements, compared with the likes of Rico Henry on 4.70 and Joel Veltman on 2.74 despite playing vastly less minutes, it’s fair to say there’s greater Fantasy Premier League options available at the same price point in what will be deemed on paper as more reliable defences.

Philip Billing Best Bournemouth Fantasy Premier League Picks


Justin Kluivert

Kluivert is in this list, primarily for the £5.0 million price on him in Fantasy Premier League. He’s going to be playing in a really advanced position up the pitch if he manages to get game time. If he can make consistent starts within the team then there isn’t really anyone else at this price point that plays so far up the pitch. Yes there’s Jacob Murphy, Alejandro Garnacho and Harvey Elliott but we can’t guarantee their position, nor do we want them taking up a slot of one of the top teams in the league.

Kluivert scored 6 goals in 26 matches last season for a struggling Valencia side, which in turn helps us to maybe visualise just how many returns he can potentially get this season. But at £5.0 million he probably won’t make that many starts in your team anyway. Maybe worth a punt, maybe…

Philip Billing

Billing is a nice option for £5.5 million as he is one of the very few at that price point that we can safely say going into Gameweek 1 is guaranteed minutes throughout the season. He made 34 starts last season and topped the ICT index for Bournemouth last season as well as averaging 3.5 points per game, which puts him at a very good 41st out of 256.

He picked up 7 goals and 2 assists last season, showing he can get forward when needed as well, contributing to the goals in the side.


Dominic Solanke

Solanke is great for maybe a couple of reasons, he’s guaranteed to play for Bournemouth, the only other 2 attackers they currently have are Antoine Semenyo and Kieffer Moore, and last season Solanke started 32 out 38 games in the league. A great consistent record for someone you can rely upon to play in case of injuries or blank gameweeks.

However, he’s had a small price rise moving from £6.0 to £6.5 million, which might not sound like much on paper BUT he’s now the same price as Julian Alvarez, £0.5 more than Wissa of Brentford who will be expected to replace Ivan Toney until January. £0.5 more than Dominic Calvert-Lewin who is will be hoping to stay fit under Sean Dyche and £1 million more than Joao Pedro of Brighton following his transfer from Watford. So maybe there’s better value elsewhere but if Bournemouth have an appealing run of fixtures then Solanke could be worth that extra bit of cash.

Dominic Solanke

As the final whistle blows on this comprehensive guide to the Best Bournemouth Fantasy Premier League Picks for the 2023/24 season, we hope you’ve gained the knowledge and confidence to construct a formidable FPL squad. Remember, success in fantasy football often lies in the details, from selecting the right differentials to masterfully navigating the turbulent waters of fixture congestion. Bournemouth has a wealth of talent to offer, and as their stars shine on the pitch, may your fantasy points tally soar in parallel. The FPL landscape is ever-changing, and adaptability will be key to staying ahead of the curve. Trust your instincts, stay informed, and don’t be afraid to take calculated risks. Thank you for joining us on this exciting journey, and we wish you the best of luck in the fantasy football season ahead. May your captain choices be wise, your bench points plentiful, and your celebrations frequent as you rise through the ranks. Let the games begin!



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