Inside the Index: April 8

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After another amazing weekend of football now in the books, all eyes turn to the return of the Champions League with some terrific match-ups.

As Traders digest the weekend’s top talking points, player outings and action, see below the dividend winners before we delve into some players making moves on the Index.

Friday 5th: 

Media: Mohamed Salah (1050) 2p

Star Player: Jean-Paul Boetius (194) 1p

Top Forward: Jean-Paul Boetius (194) 2p

Top Midfielder: Maxime Lopez (109) 2p

Top Defender: Aaron Martin (130) 2p

Saturday 6th:

Media: Gabriel Jesus (610) 2p

Star Player: Mats Hummels (231) 2p

Top Forward: Benito Raman (268) 5p

Top Midfielder: Ashley Westwood (218) 5p

Top Defender: Mats Hummels (231) 5p

Sunday 7th:

Media: Mesut Ozil (560) 2p

Star Player: Dante (238) 2p

Top Forward: Iago Aspas (223) 5p

Top Midfielder: Rodrigo de Paul Parejo (202) 5p

Top Defender: Dante (238) 5p

James Maddison (£1.63) at the heart of Leicester’s resurgence

A dead ball specialist, the English playmaker has had a fine debut season in the Premier League.

Delivering consistent performances for new manager Brendan Rodgers, Traders have overseen his price increase over the weekend. As Leicester look to keep up their good run, he could be a lure for Traders heading into the summer months.

Aarons (£0.99) and Norwich recognised at EFL awards

Scooping EFL Young Player of the Year yesterday at the EFL awards, the English fullback has undergone a remarkable rise this season.

As Norwich look increasingly likely to secure Premier League football next season, the talented fullback could be plying his trade on the biggest stage as he continues to develop.

Bryan Gil (£0.89) continues to display talent

The gifted young Spaniard has been impressing for Sevilla this season. An impressive performance against Valladolid at the weekend capped off with an assist once again saw him draw in Traders.

Bruno Fernandes (£1.78) getting all the right attention

Scoring again at the weekend, the goal-getting midfielder continues to impress in Portugal.

His consistent form this season has already seen the player be popular with Traders, but as links of a move continue to swirl, so does his interest to Traders with another rise in value over the weekend.

Sancho (£5.49) falls victim in Munich

Part of the Dortmund side dismantled on Saturday by Bayern Munich, Sancho and Dortmund’s hopes of a Bundesliga title were dealt a huge blow in Bavaria.

Kept quiet for most of the match, Traders will be keeping an eye on the winger to see how he reacts to the defeat.



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