The new European Super League from The Telegraph, which is now live, allows managers to keep tabs on Europe's biggest stars and compete against their mates in a Telegraph Fantasy Football league, choosing players from European competition in the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga, Eredivisie, Ligue One and Scottish Premiership in a bid to get more points than your friends.
Below is another selection of our Telegraph Fantasy Football tips as we look to help you assemble a high scoring squad for the new game.
Wojciech Szczesny: With arguably the best defensive line in the world, Juventus won’t be letting many goals in and at the heart of stopping the ball from hitting the back of the net is all-action Polish shot-stopper Wojciech Szczesny.
Juventus are nailed on favourites to win the Serie A title for a ninth consecutive season and will look to go further in the Champions League with what looks like their most complete team in years.
You can fully expect the 29-year-old to start every game and pick up plenty of clean sheets against his opponents, so he’s one of the safer choices if you want to earn big points.
Virgil van Dijk: Arguably the best centre-back in the world right now, it'll be hard not to put the demanding Dutchman in your lineup.
Although he's playing in what's considered the most competitive league, Liverpool will be looking to go one step further from their European triumph and break their Premier league hoodoo.
Fans should expect determined defensive displays and clean sheets from the 6ft3 powerhouse in both the Premier League and in Europe as the Reds also look to retain the coveted prize, so don't be surprised if the points flood in.
With a strong presence from corners and a reputation for goals in big games he will also gain points for scoring, so he’s definitely one to consider.
Andy Robertson: After a Champions League winning season, the flying Scotsman will look to push on and, like van Dijk, win the Premier League that has eluded Liverpool.
Alongside collecting clean sheet points in both the league and Europe his attacking statistics look like a sight to behold with 11 assists last season.
If you want a full back with an attacking edge he is your man, the Anfield favourite is as close to a high scoring defender as you'll get.
Matthijs de Ligt: Another Dutch centre back, another Juventus player and another player who is nailed on to get clean sheets in both Serie A and the Champions League.
It wouldn't be wrong to go for the more experienced Georgio Chiellini, however after a massive breakthrough season and leading a youthful Ajax team to the semi-final of the Champions League the 20-year-old looks set for another big campaign.
The hot prospect will be looking to prove his £67.5 million price tag and with the potential to score from corners he is more attractive than anyone else in the Old Lady’s backline. Expect Juventus to win their domestic title, reach the Champions League final and for this young man to be right in the mix of it.
Raheem Sterling: The first midfielder that goes in is Manchester City starlet Raheem Sterling.
After winning the Football Writers' Association player of the season for his contribution to City’s title charge, the English winger will look to eclipse his impressive return of 17 goals and 10 assists.
The stats speak for themselves and as City look to win their first Champions League title expect a massive points return from the 24-year-old.
With four goals from two games, including a hat-trick on the opening day, he looks bang in-form so don’t be surprised if he records his best season yet and leads the Sky Blues to even more titles.
Dusan Tadic: After playing a pivotal role in Ajax reaching the semi-final of last seasons Champions League, Dusan Tadic is in.
With nine goals in last season's European campaign, the Serbian is one of the best players in the Eredivisie recording 28 goals and 13 assists in 2018/19.
With Ajax nailed on favourites to lift the Dutch title Tadic will be the talisman and with his range of goals, including an added bonus of penalty taking, if you want points he is seriously one to consider.
Two goals and two assists in his first three games of the new league season could foreshadow another big season ahead for him so keep him in mind.
Ryan Christie: Another team who look nailed on to win the title in their respective country is Celtic, so if you want points, players from the Bhoys could be a good investment.
The one we’ve picked out is attacking midfielder Ryan Christie and with seven goals since the start of the new season the Scotland international looks set for a big points return.
Sometimes it’s not all about picking the big names, and Ryan Christie will be a great example of a smaller name player who will earn you big points from midfield.
With a hat-trick on the opening day he will only push on and alongside penalty taking he will bring many added positives to your side.
Memphis Depay: The third Dutch player to make the lineup comes from Olympique Lyonnais.
After netting three times in his first two games and providing one assist, the winger looks to build on a fantastic past two seasons where he's bagged 29 goals and 23 assists.
He’s destined to improve on those statistics and earn big points in a league with little competition, so don’t be surprised if you see him up alongside the highest scorers come the end of the campaign.
Lionel Messi: This man needs no introduction.
It’s hard to ever ignore Lionel Messi if you’re building a European dream team so, expectedly, he goes straight in.
With 12 goals and three assists in just the Champions League last year expect no less from the little magician.
He’s on free-kicks, penalties, almost every responsibility is his and after reaching the semi-final last year the Catalan giants will look to win their sixth European cup this season.
After convincingly winning La Liga last year expect Barcelona to retain their title at the expense of their poorer level opponents and Lionel Messi to have another sensational season.
With 36 goals and 13 assists in 34 league games there won't be a better player to choose. If you want any chance of beating your mates you have to get him in.
Kylian Mbappe: One of the most exciting young players in the world and one of the best attackers in the game.
20-year-old Kylian Mbappe is another one to consider if you want big points from a team who are favourites to win the league and have a long run in the Champions league.
With 33 goals and seven assists in the 2018/19 ligue one season the young Frenchman will only look to eclipse his total as he aims for world greatness.
He is guaranteed to score goals alongside his talented team mates and with PSG in arguably the least competitive league in the world, he is likely to bring a title home as top scorer.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: The 2018/19 Premier league top scorer is destined for another prolific campaign and with Arsenal in the Europa league it’s another avenue for him to bang in the goals.
Expect him to net over the 25-goal mark in the league as he looks to lead Arsenal to a Champions League place and don’t be surprised if he leads Arsenal to a successive Europa league final.
It’s a bold choice if you consider who else you could have: Cavani, Alcacer, Aguero, Kane etc, however the fact Aubameyang will be playing lesser teams in the Europa League gives him the edge for us.
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