You can choose from several Pokémon when competing in the Premier Ultra League. You have three Pokémon that you can take with you. Because you have so many options in Pokémon Go, you want to make sure that they complement each other, especially in the Premier League Ultra League category.
The Pokémon you can use must not exceed 2,500 CP and must not be a mythical or legendary Pokémon. However, every other option is a free game. With three Pokémon slots for your team, it usually fits into three options: lead, switch and closer. Lead will be the first Pokémon you use. The switch will be the one you exchange for your potential customer. Closer will be the last Pokémon on your roster and must work without you having to rely on any shields. Shields should match your lead and switch capabilities.
List of Premier League Ultra League levels
List of leadership levels
The lead Pokémon in your team will be the first Pokémon in your roster to throw into battle. You want to make sure they are a bulky choice. They are able to put strong pressure on them.
|WITH||Abomasnow, Alolan Ninetales, Dragalge, Galarian Stunfisk, Jellicent, Shadow Nidoqueen, Swampert, Talonflame|
|AND||Gallade, Goodra, Lucario, Mantine, Politoed, Primeape, Scrafty, Shadow Dragonite|
|B||Altaria, Bronzong, Escavalier, Ferrothorn, Hypno, Mandibuzz, Meganium, Perrserker|
|C||Drapion, Gliscor, Obstagoon, Roserade, Shadow Granbull, Sirfetch’d, Toxicroak, Umbreon|
|D||Clefable, Crobat, Electivire, Muk, Pelipper, Poliwrath, Serperior, Steelix|
The main Pokémon will be able to fight for a good piece of combat. The larger its volume, and even a quick attack that can spam, is much more desirable. You want to reserve at least one shield.
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Switch Pokémon in your team will be the choice you use to give a huge amount to your opponents in a short time. They want to be a glass cannon that could break through almost any opponent.
|WITH||Dragalge, Drifblim, Galarian Stunfisk, Gengar, Goodra, Roserade, Shadw Nidoqueen, Zangoose|
|AND||Alolan Ninetales, Galarian Rapidash, Galvantula, Jellicent, Mandibuzz, Politoed, Shadow Skuntank, Umbreon|
|B||Cradily, Drapion, Lucario, Magnezone, Pidgeot, Seaking, Shadow Gyarados and Whiscash|
|C||Excadrill, Froslass, Machamp, Muk, Obstagoon, Shadow Crobat, Sirfetch’d, Tangrowth|
|D||Bellossom, Crustle, Escavalier, Flygon, Porygon2, Shadow Magmortar, Shadow Ninetales, Vigoroth|
The toggle Pokémon on your list must be the one with the most attack power. You want to use it to suppress any weakness of your Lead Pokémon. You want to use one shield to protect it and potentially use both.
A more detailed list of levels
Closer Pokémon is the most voluminous Pokémon in your team. He is able to bear the greatest damage and make a decent amount back. It’s not the most powerful, but his defense is excellent.
|WITH||Escavalier, Ferrothorn, Galarian Stunfisk, Heracross, Shadow Electivire, Shadow Magnezone, Shadow Venusaur, Skarmory|
|AND||Hariyama, Kingdra, Shadow Abomasnow, Shadow Pilowswine, Shadow Swampert, Sirfetch’d, Skuntank, Steelix|
|B||Alomomola, Altaria, Blaziken, Dragalge, Ludicolo, Meganium, Raichu, Shadow Blastoise|
|C||Alolan Muk, Banette, Chestnaught, Galarian Slowbro, Lanturn, Pidgeot, Scrafty, Zebstrika|
|D||Ampharos, Conkeldurr, Empoleon, Gliscor, Infernape, Lapras, Luxray, Tangrowth|
You want to choose between a defensive Pokémon or one that can defeat another opponent. You don’t want to reserve any of your shields for this Pokémon, instead use it when choosing a switch or lead.