The second installment of rankings is sometimes the favored. Because who doesn’t like to score or assist to score. In almost any format that last sentence holds sway. But for now let’s just skip the images in your head and talk about the meat and potatoes of the FPL weekly rankings. These fellas are more reliant on goals, assists and the BPS to drive them over the top. So with match-ups, form and common sense as the wind to their ranking sail the list is based on just those three things. So look at the schedule, trust the form and pray that I have some common sense when ranking these players. Here are the Week 3 rankings for the midfielders and forwards in the FPL. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Well, we are back my friends after what seems like an endless array of breaks. No pun intended. Okay, well maybe slightly. The unfortunate thing already is the season ending injury to Seamus Coleman, who before breaking his leg for country, was the second highest scoring defender in the official game. Sucks, but that is what the one free transfer is for, or the minus 4, 8, or even 12 are for. So losing a staple defender isn’t the best news to start the FPL Week 30 with, but there is good news on the horizon. The DGW fixtures have sorta of been set for Week 34. With United, Boro, and Palace getting the doubles. Which if you are setting up for Week 37 and beyond, will be awfully delicious from a double up standpoint and wildcard usage rate. So my advice for now is build for this week with an eye on 34, but a binocular type view on Week 37 (unless you have your WC, because it don’t matter really). So best of luck filling the injury flagged spots on your rosters my lads. Comments, suggestions are always welcomed. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re once again giving you our loves and hates for each week in a segment called “Start ‘Em and Sit ‘Em”. You should know the drill, but if you don’t, we pick one option from each position. Pretty cut and dry, and quite simply… basic. It is more based on my feelings and gut approach for the week upcoming and changes from week-to-week. I look at match-ups and form to formulate my craziness. It’s like musical chairs, without all the screaming kids and regretful feeling of loss. So sit back, relax, and have a look at who we would start and sit based on match-ups and value. It’s Fantasy Premier League Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em, Week 10 (plus a sleeper/under-owned fella that should be owned and isn’t).Please, blog, may I have some more?
Last week’s ranks and this week’s are completely different animals. Last week was basically the entire evolution of an FPL species, this week is just one sub-genus of that animal. It will be broken into 38 parts, this being the first. Biology humor is only funny to about 8-10 people in the entire universe that this post reaches. So if it wasn’t your cup of tea, good I am not a science guy by nature. This week the rankings will be lumped into one segment, on a normal week it will be segmented into 2 parts keepers and defence and midfielders and forwards. Quick week, last minute team building stuff to formulate your final drafts. Which in all honesty, is about 25 for me. You will notice a lot of names missing because some guys are suspended, injured, or just don’t have enough sway for me to take notice in the abbreviated rankings. So limiting them to what the playable minimums are is probably best. Short and simple: we’ll put it to bed and take on Week 2 in due form. So cheers for the read, and spread the word as Razzball FC is in your cranium on a daily basis.Please, blog, may I have some more?
This is it folks. The whole magilla. The end of the road and the close to a spectacular season of fantasy soccer here at Razzball. I want to express my gratitude to all the readers, commentators and the powers that be at Razzball, a special shout to Jay, for giving me this opportunity to bring you quality advice from a fun approach in the Razzball tradition. So here we have the finale to the rankings for the 2015/2016 FPL season. I would say it’s now or never but that would be cliche and extremely too late. The best advice this week is don’t go crazy taking minuses, don’t make extreme gambles and go chalk with the rankings. The high priced guys are high priced for a reason and this week the match-ups are in your favor and if you own them good. Now go own more or as many as possible that can fit into your roster budget. So here are the rankings for the final week of the season, I hope you all win your mini leagues or achieve the highest overall rank to date. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Listen, I can say there are thousands upon thousands of options this week. I would then have to apologize to the tens of you for being a freaking liar. The mantra this week should be: getting to 11. That is all you need. With all of five fixtures to choose from and a limited transfer base to choose from, it can either be hard or it will be a lot of minus points taken. There will be a lot of template-type teams this week, as the options are so limited. It isn’t even funny. The rankings which you are about to peruse are extremley truncated. It is not done because I am being lazy or just don’t care. If there were more options, I would list them and gladly say go ahead and start this lad, but there just isn’t. Blame me, it is all my fault that this blank disaster happens now, right after the week we all scored so well. So without further adieu, here are the abbreviated, yet pungent FPL rankings for the week of 30. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
This stretch of games is like an O.C.D. paradise. Games two days off, then repeat. Three sets of games in no time flat is fun as hell if you love the fantasy footie game. Thing with this week’s games are there are a few games that feature really good teams that are struggling to give good fantasy returns (Man City and Leicester), and then there are a few matches that are fitting clubs that are mutually beneficial fantasy-wise that are seeming to sap the fantasy thunder (Everton/West Ham and Spurs/Arsenal). So no worries, we trudge along and rank guys accordingly and see how they fit with your roster. Remember that next week is a worse blank than Week 27 so transfer smart and don’t get all greedy. There are eight teams off next week, with 23 players owned over 10% on those teams. That is a huge obstacle to overcome, so don’t compound that by bringing in another guy that you will need to remedy with next week. As always good luck and cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Abbreviated schedules leads to a short week, which leads to less time for all my nine children. No worries though, as I don’t actually think fish qualify as children, just don’t tell the IRS. This week has all the teams in action and none to soon. Last week was a rough scramble with just four teams on the blank. This week, transfer-wise, is all about setting yourself up for Week 30 and the future of the double game weeks. First things first though, there are games to be played today and the rankings are here for you to do some last minute ins and outs and buys and sells. Short weeks are fun, it just pains my liver more because it goes from early morning beers on Saturday and Sunday to midday beers on Tuesday and Wednesday. That is why the best way to describe Fantasy Footie is tasty, served in a glass and multiple times during the day. So go get a brew, a comfy chair or porcelain throne and enjoy the rankings for Week 28 of the FPL. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Strike first, strike hard, no mercy for an abbreviated week. If I had a hammer to pound out the urgency, I implore you to not use your wildcard this week, oh wait… I do have a hammer. You remember that scene from Casino where the guys got caught cheating and got the ball-peen treatment? Well, picture that, but with a more vital part of your anatomy. All you need this week is to have a full team and one sub. Don’t go crazy building a nest egg, or a condominium of talent for the one week, then in three weeks, having to do it all again. You don’t have enough transfers or time to ship everyone out. I just looked. So for now, concentrate on having 12 players… playing. It is totally like that song from Christmas, but with footie gifts. So the week of 27 gives a very abbreviated slew of fantasy options. I wish I had better truth to it, but a lot of great, majority owned options are off the board and blanking. So for those of you in the perusing mood and have the curiosity of seeing who ranks where, here are the Midfielders and Forward rankings for Week 27 of the FPL. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
The meat and potatoes of Week 26 is finally here. I know the temptation to use the transfer for this week is burning a hole in your pocket, but if you can help it, hold off. If you are just itching to change it up and go full Caitlyn on your team, then by all means you have my blessing. With Week 27 looming, the best options that aren’t on my current roster are screaming my name from the midfield to add this week, and I am trying to resist adding them to the “Smoke Show”. Those names are mostly Ross Barkley and Bobby Digital himself, Roberto Firmino. Both chaps have a blank in Week 27, so adding them for one week is a risk for points a now and later when they catch up on the double up, but filling that void is a tough matter to do because they are basically giving you secondary returns in fantasy points. Choices, choices. Well, while I mull that over and figure out what’s what with my own team, here’s the weekly FPL rankings for Forwards and Middies for the upcoming week of 26. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?