Rhian Brewster

Swansea City

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Rhian Brewster is a center forward for Liverpool. During the 2019-2020 season, Brewster was sent on loan to Swansea City where he scored 11 goals in 22 games. Brewster has very strong attacking awareness and his movement off the ball helps him to get into dangerous areas. Brewster averaged a high 2.5 shots per game in the Championship and Brewster is a strong finisher. Brewster is particularly strong at volleys, often getting ahead of defenders with his quick, intelligent runs inside of the box to finish chances. 72% of Brewster's goals last season were volleys and he very recently scored an excellent volley from outside of the box against RB Salzburg in Liverpool's pre-season friendly. Brewster is a strong finisher with the pace and movement to get into goal-scoring positions often and with strong finishing he could score often in the future. Averaging just 16 passes per game during the 2019-2020 season, Brewster does not have many touches per game and so it is likely that he will need to score braces/hat-tricks to have a chance of earning matchday dividends in the future. Overall, Brewster could earn matchday dividends in the future if he can bring his goal-scoring form to the Premier League and play regularly for Liverpool. Brewster is also likely to earn plenty of media dividends in the future if he can perform well in the Premier League. However, Brewster is still unproven and may fail to break into the Liverpool first team and if he can not score frequently in the Premier League, he will be unlikely to earn dividends in the future.

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Brewster's price hit a peak of £3.83 in the pre-season of the 2019-2020 season due to scoring frequently. Brewster's price then dropped dramatically due to a lack of game time for Liverpool and due to being sent on loan to Swansea in the Championship. After dropping to a low of £1.94 in late May, Brewster's price has been gradually growing as he hit form towards the end of the season with 10 goals in his last 13 games, including a very impressive, long-range goal against Reading. Brewster recently rose to a current market price of £2.58 after scoring twice against RB Salzburg in a pre-season friendly. Brewster currently has a tight spread with an instant sell price of £2.44. Brewster remains a fairly risky hold as he may struggle to break into the Liverpool first team and he is still very unproven in the Premier League. However, as a young English player at a strong side, Brewster's price ceiling is very high and he could earn plenty of media dividends in the future if he can successfully break into Liverpool's starting 11. Overall, Brewster could be a strong hold at his current price given his potential, but his spread may widen if he does not gain game time for Liverpool at the start of the 2020-2021 season.

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