Harvey Barnes

Leicester City

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Top 5 PB:

235, 169, 159, 135, 126

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Player Review

Harvey Barnes is a winger for Leicester City. Barnes has lightning speed and is particularly dangerous on the counter-attack with a strong dribbling ability, averaging 3.6 attempted dribbles per 90 minutes played - successfully completing these dribbles a fairly impressive 54% of the time. Barnes is also strong at shooting averaging 2.6 shots per 90 minutes, hitting the target 42.8% of the time. Barnes has a total of 7 goals and 6 assists this season and had a stand-out performance in his last game against Aston Villa where he scored twice hitting a high PB score of 235. However, Barnes' 2nd highest PB score is just 169 and what holds Barnes' PB scores back the most is his crossing ability - successfully completing his crosses just 9% of the time. This could be due to a combination of generally poor crossing accuracy as well as the lack of a tall aerial threat upfront for Leicester City. Under Brendan Rodgers, Barnes looks set to continue to develop and improve and as a relatively young, English player Barnes' price ceiling is very high. Barnes could have a chance of earning media dividends in the future on the back of particularly strong performances, but will need to improve his PB scores in order to compete for match day dividends in the future more regularly.

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Price Analysis

Harvey Barnes' price started the season at around £1.40 and has risen considerably throughout the season up to a current price of £2.31. Barnes's price rise throughout the season is unsurprising given the quality he has shown in his first full Premier League campaign and with such rapid pace and strong dribbling ability - he could improve further over time. Despite Barnes rising considerably recently, he could still be a strong hold in both the short term and longer term. In the short term, stand-out performances are likely to grab the attention of the market as he suits the general trend towards quality, young, English players. Furthermore, Leicester City have a strong chance of qualifying for the Champions League which would be beneficial to all Leicester players ahead of next season. Overall, Barnes looks a very promising prospect and given his development in making the step-up to the Premier League from the Championship - we may still have more to come from Barnes. It is worth pointing out that Maddison, who also has a very high FIC rating, also appears a strong hold and appears to currently have a better chance of earning match day dividends in the midfield for Leicester City than Barnes.

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