Today marks the final round of International qualifiers before the long-awaited return of the domestic football calendar.
As Traders begin to ready their portfolios away from International football, now is a good time to see who is catching the eye of the Football Index Community.
But first, the Match Day Dividend Winners from yesterday:
Monday 9th Match Day Winners:
Media: Daniel James (1380) 2p
Star Player: Kevin de Bruyne (311) 2p
Top Forward: Memphis Depay (230) 3p
Top Midfielder: Kevin de Bruyne (311) 3p
Top Defender: Marcel Halstenberg (261) 3p
Kevin de Bruyne (£4.69) is showing no signs of slowing down
9': Kevin de Bruyne assist
24': Kevin de Bruyne assist
32': Kevin de Bruyne assist
A hat-trick of assists for the Belgian magician in the space of just 23 minutes. 🎩 pic.twitter.com/MKrBNXL59Z
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) September 9, 2019
A hat-trick of assists and a goal against Scotland, de Bruyne is simply put, on a tear.
Starting the season off in emphatic style and looking to put behind him an injury-ravaged year last season, de Bruyne is already demonstrating why he is one of the best midfielders in the world.
With his Match Day Scores continuing to astonish, it is no wonder he is on the rise ahead of the return of the Premier League as Traders look to capitalise on the midfielder.
Depay (£2.66) delivers as the Top Forward
Memphis Depay’s return for Holland this year is worth shouting about.
4 goals and 8 assists later, Traders are continuing to be interested in the forward as he looks a solid bet to deliver for both regular and international Match Day Dividends on offer.
Will the forward keep up his run of form?
Foden (£3.68) delivers for the Young Lions
Foden was on hand to score twicce against Kosovo yesterday to keep the young English side unbeaten in their Euro U21 qualifying group.
A supremely talented player, lauded by the likes of Guardiola, it is no surprise to see Foden perform on the youth international stage.
Rising since his performance yesterday, Traders will be watching closely to see if the young Englishman can break into the City midfield.