When it comes to the FPL there will be players that most people will have in their teams, players like Salah who is owned by 55.7% De Gea 42.5% and Kane 39.2%. Its not hard to see why managers have flocked to these players as they are the top scorers in their respective positions.
With another midweek round of fixtures on the horizon and plenty of games throughout December, there is even more pressure to get transfers right.
It has long been recognised that one of the paths to success in the Fantasy Premier League is to deploy a 3-4-3 formation. The emphasis on a strong forward line, populated with three players who consistently score, backed up with a midfield quartet providing the assists and their fair share of goals, and a defence full of players who routinely keep clean sheets and pop up with the odd offensive contribution. It’s been a solid tactic for years in the FPL world.
Hello again fellow FPL managers. I am here again with my observations from each game of this week’s Premier League fixtures in GW12.
As the final international break of the calendar year draws to a close, FPL managers are taking stock of their teams and bracing themselves for 11 Gameweeks in the next 44 days.
Have you made it to this stage of the season with your FPL Wildcard intact? If so, congratulations. Your patience may very well pay off now that the season has settled down, consistent performers are now known and the International Breaks are behind us (for now).
Hello FPL managers, here I am again with my observations from FPL in GW11. The game-week is now over and it’s time for another dreadful international break. So let’s get into the action.