Last season I devised a method to calculate an alternative – and more accurate! – Premier League table. The inaugural version, which can be found here, correctly stated that Chelsea’s current position at the time (4th) was undervaluing them, whilst Manchester City’s (1st) was also misleading. The original analysis worked
Goalkeepers Nick Pope (BRN) – If you kept faith in “the Pope” last weekend away at Liverpool, he rewarded you handsomely with 11.25pts. With an easier match-up at home to come next versus Huddersfield, you can be more optimistic that the young goalie will come up with another clean sheet. It is
By this point in the season, we can start to understand Premier League teams’ approach for the season. Injuries, transfers, bad streaks of form, locker room dust-ups and more will surely change that as the season develops. But for now, we can look into some of the developing trends in
Ryan (via Twitter) is not wrong. To wit, I find myself aligned with him in GW6 rankings. The best selections in defense, midfield, and attack are incontrovertibly City players. Over their last three games, City boast the following ranks in productivity: Forwards: #1 (Aguero) and #3 (Jesus), Midfielders: #2 (KDB) and #7
So it’s taken just four games, but Crystal Palace have decided they’ve had enough of Frank De Boer. The Dutchman leaves the club bottom of the league with no points and no goals scored, to be replaced by good old Roy Hodgson. The ex-England manager will be taking charge of
Gameweek 5 produced some very interesting results. There were very few surprises with respect to the winners, losers and draws. Most of the surprises came from the margin of victory. Specifically, the drubbings provided by both Manchester teams demonstrated how far ahead of the other teams they may really be.
Crystal Palace has been a thorn in the side of FPL managers to begin the season. As the team has lost their first four games of the season without scoring a goal in any of them, few members of the squad were able to offer any fantasy value. Playing under Frank
GW4 helped right my personal fantasy Premier League ship. Liverpool got smoked and Man United dropped points while Arsenal came away with a 3-0 victory, leading me to wins in four of my five fantasy leagues. All is right in the world heading into GW5. If you need some help
This season, our weekly fantasy Premier League ranks are a one-man affair, with Benji Wade taking over the mantle. You can find him on Twitter: Follow @benjiwade. — Hello, Toggers! This week’s slate of juicy fixtures starts Friday with Brighton & Hove Albion traveling to Dean Court aka. Vitality Stadium.