Top 5 PB:
299, 267, 265, 257, 250
PB Scores over 200:
PB Scores over 250:
*PB Scores are from Aug 19 onwards, for the latest PB data visit Index Edge
Key FIC Player Rankings
Peak PB Scores
Trent Alexander-Arnold is a right back for Liverpool. Trent Alexander-Arnold has a very high PB average of 171 and has hit 4 PB scores of 250+ this season showing his ability to hit high peak PB scores. Averaging 2.67 key passes and 11.32 crosses per 90, Trent's creativity from defence makes him stand out on match days with high PB scores as he suits the PB matrix very well. With the same PB matrix confirmed for the 2020/2021 season, it is likely that he will earn plenty of match day dividends again next season. Since the start of the 2019 season, Trent has returned £0.47 in match day dividends and £0.18 in media dividends. Trent will also benefit from the team of the month introduction as with such a high PB average, he has a fairly strong chance of earning team of the month dividends in the future too. Overall, Trent Alexander-Arnold is likely to earn plenty of match day dividends throughout his career and could also occassionally earn media dividends due to playing for Liverpool and the England national side.
1 Year Price Graph
Trent Alexander-Arnold's price started the season at just £3.27. Due to hitting very high PB scores under the new PB matrix, Trent's price had hit £6.80 by November just weeks after dividends increased. Between November and April, Trent's price remained relatively stagnant, but then started to rise considerably as the top end had started to grow. Trent's price currently sits at £10.17 with an instant sell price of £9.78. Trent has returned an impressive 6.39% of his current price in dividends this season and his dividend return is likely to improve further next season due to the increased payouts and monthly dividends. Trent appears fairly strong value at his current price if we assume that his future dividend returns will continue to be so strong. However, the greatest risks associated with holding Trent is first the possibility that the PB matrix changes ahead of the 2021/2022 season which could result in lower PB scores. Secondly, Liverpool may not always remain so dominant in the Premier League and so Trent's PB scores may not necessarily continue to be so strong if their form weakens. Overall, Trent's price is now very much built up on the assumption that he will continue to have a strong dividend yield which appears very possible. In the short term, Trent may not rise much further in price due to dividends not increasing in line with the recent growth in Trent's price.
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