You may remember Joseph Crilleys FPL transfer planner from last season. It’s now back and improved with points projections and fixture rankings added. This will help you optimise your current and future transfers. In this article there’s an explanatory sheet and a YouTube video by Joe to show you all you need to know about how it works.
Here’s our 2nd fantasy premier league early draft teams article where 4 FFGeek contributors show their early drafts as well as a few words of explanation. There’s last years contributor league winner Yaniv, and new contributors Kev from Canada, Ben Wooton and Matthew Friskey. All 4 contributors finished with an OR of 12k or better last season.
Here’s our fantasy premier league managers interview with new FFGeek contributor and regular commenter on the site you’ll know as Kev from Canada. Kev had an excellent last season finishing with an overall rank of 6k. Here he talks about his strategy for playing FPL as well as other topics such as a perspective of following the PL from Canada, his favourite players and nightmare moments in FPL.
Here’s our FPL podcasts article again with the Patreon link to the 3rd FFGeek Podcast. However all the stats and some graphics used on the podcast are in the post below so you can get a feel for what’s discussed. This time it’s myself, Rob Reid and new contributor Kris O. We discuss Kris’s 18/19 season, all of our first draft FPL teams (graphics below), Kris’s specialist subject of Arsenal and the Man City attack.
Here on Fantasy Football Geek, we are excited to share with you several new features that will be available for the 2019/20 season for our readers including podcasts, an interactive Slack Channel, an interactive transfer planner and points prediction tool for your FPL team plus leagues with prizes. This will form part of our Patreon site which will involve contributions from myself, Joseph Crilley and the other contributors with the details below.