Clear Choice: Mohamed Salah, Liverpool –¬†The King of Motown faces off with Manchester City at Anfield, and despite currently recovering from injury, since it feels like forever since we last saw¬†Salah, let’s just pretend taht he’s¬†extra rested. City are nothing to laugh about on defense, especially now that they have John Stones fit for matches playing alongside Otamendi and¬†Kyle Walker. Furthermore,¬†Liverpool lost Coutinho since their last league match, but I think that means¬†Mo¬†Opportunities for¬†Mo Salah.¬†City’s defense is good, but an early goal either way will open the play up and both offenses will be trying to one-up the other. I predict¬†Salah to come up on top.Please, blog, may I have some more?
For those of you affected by the late scratches of Kane and Coutinho (or any other player I’m unaware of getting scratched), I feel for you. The good news was that we didn’t have a moronic Friday fixture to make things go completely nuts, and there was time to take a hit or two if needed. While I wish the hits I took were that sweet cess, these hits are at times necessary and are less painful when everyone’s taking a hit at the same time. It’s like a second-hand cloud of negative points toward everyone’s season total.
This week was low-scoring overall, with the average being just 46 points. Keep that in mind as you see some red arrows, that they might have been just a point or two away from being a green arrow. Hopefully these red arrows come with the caveat of having made your team deeper (to prevent last-minute benchings/injuries from giving¬† you a zero) or helped you shift around your funds in a more logical manner.
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Rankings are fun to do in general.¬† Add in the flavor of this week’s fixtures and you have yourself some fantasy gumbo.¬† I get that the City/Chelsea fixture is the premium this week but don’t let that steer you clear of playing top options.¬† Yes, they will steal value from each other, but that is more from the defensive side of the ball.¬† It is full bore on the offensive end and that is where we invest our fantasy goodies.¬† we want goals and i think this slate will have plenty.¬† The Leicester/Bournemouth match will be fun to watch as both teams are taking on a mini Liverpool defensive minded approach and will have the way with each other.¬† So if you are waiting to make your transfers now that the UCL is over by all means use my rankings as a guide to FPL futility.¬† Enjoy the week and good luck.¬† Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Rankings make the right turns seem to make sense. That is why we keep doing them every single week. ¬†The information super-highway of FPL goodness. ¬†Week 6 is coming to you on the heels of the Carabao Cup games and once again we are left with the questions of rotations that surround our teams. ¬†With the deadline before we actually know it becomes a trust game. ¬†Do we trust Pep? ¬†Do we trust Jose? ¬†Hell to the no. ¬†The FPL game is using your best guess against the 5 million other best guessers. ¬†Some are just better guessers than others at the right time. ¬†So with other hub-bub here are the FPl rankings for all positions for Week 6. ¬†Good luck and Cheers!Rankings make the right turns seem to make sense. That is why we keep doing them every single week. ¬†The information super-highway of FPL goodness. ¬†Week 6 is coming to you on the heels of the Carabao Cup games and once again we are left with the questions of rotations that surround our teams. ¬†With the deadline before we actually know it becomes a trust game. ¬†Do we trust Pep? ¬†Do we trust Jose? ¬†Hell to the no. ¬†The FPL game is using your best guess against the 5 million other best guessers. ¬†Some are just better guessers than others at the right time. ¬†So with other hub-bub here are the FPl rankings for all positions for Week 6. ¬†Good luck and Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Oh, Week 4 you young and burdening beast. ¬†The season has just started and we are already questioning the judgments that we made yet a month ago. ¬†No worries though faithful followers of the Razz. ¬†Each week is almost like a new beginning if you had a wildcard to use at your discretion every week. ¬†The rankings of midfielders and forwards is blossoming into a conundrum right before our very eyes. ¬†We planted it in the summer, watched the transfer window closed and now that the shop is closed this is where we are. ¬†18 more weeks until roster shake-ups again (if any) and the inevitable new wildcard. ¬†So if you haven’t used your first wildcard yet, bene. ¬†You have more restraint then most of the 5 million other players of this game. ¬†So here are the rankings for the midfielders and forwards for week 4, regardless of wildcard. ¬†Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
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?
Welcome back all! We have two weeks down in the books, and I’ve provided some insight below into what I saw from a handful players, for better or for worse. Although I wish I could write about every player, remember that while we would to amass all of the players in the Fantasy Premier League universe, we are obligated to field a starting XI from your fifteen-man squad within the constraints of our budget. Hopefully some of these players below will at least be on your radar as you move forward with transfers and potential Wild Cards.Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you enjoyed yesterday’s salad and appetizer courses, then you will love today’s main course and dessert. ¬†I realize you can’t get anywheres in the official game without having a nodded on choice at keeper and a stellar yet filled with differential based defense. ¬†But the real fun in building your roster is comprising it with as many affordable stars through the middle of the pitch and up top. ¬† So just like yesterday’s rankings I mix in price, match and some good ole common sense. ¬†The form comes later because after all this is just week one of a long journey my friends. ¬†Some great matches are on the table for a lot of star players, so here’s hoping you can squeeze as many of them in as possible. ¬†So just in case you needed a guiding hand here is week 1 of the FPL season rankings for Middies and Strikers. ¬†Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Hammers are one of the hardest teams to peg coming into the 2017/18 campaign. They currently have 7 players injured ‚Äď Aaron Cresswell, Manuel Lanzini, Andy Carroll, Michael Antonio, Diafra Sakho, Sofiane Feghouli, Chekhou Kouyate ‚Äď but have transferred in a few playmakers that should help them get through a pretty tough schedule to start the season. Marko Arnautovic and Javier ‚ÄúChicharito‚ÄĚ Hern√°ndez are the two big names here, and both could provide great value for a number of FPL managers this season.
Hammers start the season away to Manchester United, but have great fixtures immediate after, facing Southampton (A), Newcastle (A), Huddersfield (H) and West Brom (A) from weeks 2-5. That stretch is followed with a tough home match versus Spurs in Gameweek 6, and then back into the green fixtures with Swansea (H), Burnley (A), Brighton (H) and Crystal Palace (A). ¬†While starting the season with three road starts might prove difficult, keep in mind that they do not possess too much of a ‚Äúhome field‚ÄĚ advantage going into just their second season playing home matches at the London Stadium.Please, blog, may I have some more?
When perusing the the list and prices of forwards, it is easy to wanna shop exclusively at the posh department stores. ¬†But the prices of them will limit the ability to have more than two. ¬†Is two enough, sure, but when isn’t three the magic number? ¬†They allow you to roster three, so why not take full advantage of what they are giving you and add that to your fantasy tool belt? ¬†With the entire world rostering or having their hand in on Lukaku (48% owned) at ¬£11.5, ¬†Kane (35% owned) at¬†¬£11.5, and Lacazette (17.6% owned) at¬†¬£10.5. ¬†Those are the three highest-priced and owned strikers in the official game. With the numbers of fantasy entries into the fantasy jambalaya where do we find differentials and better yet where do we find players on a budget. ¬†So where are the extras shekels being scraped together for a useful yet intrinsically awesome third striker with differential appeal. ¬†I will tell you where you can find some ideas on this. ¬†This post. ¬†You got this far into the intro to quit now, so you might as well sit back relax and enjoy the bellowing words of usefulness. Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?