Inside the Index: April 15

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A great weekend of football behind us, even more football to come and our Summer Promotion announcement later today leaves a lot for Traders to take in.

With no shortage of talking points and great moments, let us take a look at the weekend’s dividend winners.

Friday 12th: 

Media: Mohamed Salah (960) 2p

Star Player: Ayoze Perez (171) 1p

Top Forward: Ayoze Perez (171) 2p

Top Midfielder: Anothony Limbombe (166) 2p

Top Defender: Matija Nastasic (128) 2p

Saturday 13th:

Media: Paul Pogba (1300) 2p

Star Player: Paul Pogba (272) 2p

Top Forward: Chris Wood (198) 5p

Top Midfielder: Paul Pogba (272) 5p

Top Defender: Juan Foyth (189) 5p

Sunday 14th:

Media: Mohamed Salah (2080) 2p

Star Player: Marco Richter (213) 2p

Top Forward: Marco Richter (213) 5p

Top Midfielder: Wahbi Khazri (211) 5p

Top Defender: Trent Alexander-Arnold (211) 5p

Joao Felix (£3.48) continues to lure Traders

On the back of his Europa League hattrick, Felix’s star has never been so bright amongst football fans and Traders alike.

Garnering more talk of a big summer move, the Portuguese youngster has already been crowned the heir to Ronaldo’s throne by some.

It looks likely that Felix will continue to be the talk of Traders as the summer is on the horizon.

Pepe runs riot for Lille (£2.15)

Scoring as Lille dismantled the soon-to-be champions PSG 5-1, Pepe has been the talk of Traders for much of the season.

With continuing rumours about his future, Traders will be watching the dynamic winger closely.

Guedes (£0.87) finds his scoring touch

Scoring four goals in his last four games for Valencia, it is safe to say Guedes has rediscovered his goal-scoring prowess in recent weeks.

Traders will be hoping the winger can see out the season in his current form, and he could also be one to watch as we enter the new season.

Nelson (£1.60) fires Hoffenheim into the Europa League places

Scoring after a prolonged drought at the weekend, Nelson is very much part of Hoffenheim’s quest for European football next season.

Impressing for the most part whilst in Germany, the young Englishman will also be of long-term interest to Traders as he could return to the Emirates and compete for Emery’s favour next season.

Hudson-Odoi (£4.77) struggles at Anfield

Hudson-Odoi isn’t the first young player who struggled to make an impact away at Anfield.

Starting as Chelsea were blown away, his value has taken a dip as Traders are uncertain how Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will react to the loss and if Hudson-Odoi could be at risk going forward.



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