Jorge Mendes
13 Jul 2017

8 Tips on How To Organise An Offline FPL Draft

The Giant Fruit & Nut Premier League held its first offline FPL draft last season. Just like an online draft, an offline FPL draft is a snake-style draft format league.  While the weekly quest for three more points and an eventual – hopeful! – Fantasy League win provides adequate enjoyment

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Kane Alexis Aguero
11 Jul 2017

FPL Draft: Which Draft Position Offers the Most Value?

Summer break over already?! Certainly seems so for fantasy Premier League enthusiasts. Togga has opened up the new season and FPL draft leagues are already being created. This year I’m going to use my blogs to give an insight into the workings of our main league which, if anything, might

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Liverpool FC Sadio Mane
06 Jan 2017

What Is AFCON’s FPL Impact?

Togga managers aplenty are happy that the busy EPL festive calendar is over. Squad rotation by Premier League clubs can certainly take its toll on fantasy teams come match day and the relief of a regular schedule in January can’t come soon enough for some. Every two years though, January brings

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02 Nov 2016

Five FPL Players Worth a Closer Look in GW11

The rigmaroles of moving house took precedence over the differentials these past two weeks but even without any WiFi I was able to enjoy the predicted resurrections of Eden Hazard and Nathan Redmond. I can only hope, however, that two weeks is long enough for everyone to forget I had Jesus Navas

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13 Oct 2016

Five FPL Differentials Worth A Closer Look In GW8

So Gameweek 7 went horribly wrong for the differentials. After a few successful weeks I went for some long shots and quite frankly they didn’t pay off. Even an assist for Junior Stanislas wasn’t enough to salvage any decent return with only 7pts coming from the Bournemouth midfielder. With that

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Yannick Bolasie Everton FC
27 Sep 2016

Five FPL Differentials Worth A Closer Look In GW7

Gameweek 6 provided a reasonable return for ‘The Differentials’. Tottenham’s favorite Son and Crystal Palace’s Puncheon continued their rich vein of form with another 34pts and 15pts, respectively, while Dusan Tadic rebounded as predicted with 26pts. Troy Deeney was the biggest let down with only 11pts but, with no goals in

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Troy Deeney
22 Sep 2016

Five FPL Differentials Worth A Closer Look In GW6

There were some mixed results in the differentials again last week. Iheanacho continued to take advantage of Aguero’s absence with a 26pt return and Tadic regained some from with 25pts while Milner and Cork both struggled to live up to my predicted expectations. The less said about Daniel Ayala the better. Time

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Dusan Tadic Southampton FC
15 Sep 2016

Five FPL Differentials Worth a Closer Look in GW5

Last week’s FPL differentials were a bit of a mixed bag. Well done to those who took the advice on Snodgrass and Lallana who both found the net on the back of a good international week. Those that opted for Townsend also received a respectable Togga contribution of 11.5pts. Hopefully those that went with Barrow

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Adam Lallana Liverpool FC
06 Sep 2016

Five FPL Differentials Worth a Closer Look for GW4

As hard as it tries, the International break is never going to adequately replace the enjoyment of a Premier League week. That being said, this one has at least given everyone time to digest the final days of the summer transfer window and make some relevant changes going into GW4.

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Adnan Janzaj Sunderland AFC
22 Aug 2016

Five FPL Differentials Worth A Closer Look GW3

With two weeks of the campaign now behind us we can begin to gauge the form and relevance of the players at our disposal. Already we have seen some that have failed to live up to expectations by not being selected (Fabregas, Smalling), others that have lived up to expectations

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