The 12th FFGeek fantasy premier league podcast with Prakhar Patel and Chris Tucker


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Here’s our fantasy premier league podcast article again with the Patreon link to the 12th FFGeek Podcast. Podcast 12 has myself on it as well as Chris Tucker who finished the last 2 seasons 17k and 1k overall rank and Prakhar Patel who also finished 17k last season and an incredible 17th overall in 17/18. We discuss our teams and plans for GW5 plus answer a number of questions.

 The 12th FFGeek podcast with Prakhar Patel and Chris Tucker

Geek note: If you join our Patreon site you will get access to an FPL contributor tracker team which combines the contributors individual teams each week to show their favourite players, transfers and captains. It will always be completed on a Friday/Saturday in a normal gameweek. There will also be a spreadsheet of each managers teams, transfers and captains so you can drill down further.

You also get:

Joe’s interactive transfer planner and points projection tool

Weekly podcasts with myself and the contributors

FFGeek private leagues

Access to the FFGeek Slack channel for discussion with the contributors and members

$2 and $3 tiers per calendar month. No commitment beyond 1 month




Introduction

Thanks to Prakhar and Chris for coming on

Prakhar finished with a rank of 17k last season and an incredible 17th overall in 17/18

Chris’s last 2 seasons overall rank were 17k and 1k

Here’s the link to the Patreon site where you can find the podcast post

https://www.patreon.com/fantasyfootballgeek

Discussion points

1.  Our teams in GW4 and plans for GW5.  Prakhar discusses his thoughts about a possible wildcard and what criteria we apply as to when to activate it.

2.  Who’s the best Liverpool defensive option?

3.  Aguero’s performance and whether that changes a focus on budget forwards

4. Chelsea’s Abraham and Mount

5.  Callum Wilson

6.  The Man Utd defence

We did cover some of the areas from the Slack channel questions in the fantasy premier league podcast but will be rolling those not covered to next week

Here’s our teams as they stand and before any transfers for GW5 have been made




Chris’s team

Currently 256 points and 152k overall rank

fantasy premier league podcast

Prakhars team

230 points 1,093k overall rank

Geeks team

253 points 203k overall rank

Hope you enjoy it

Other posts

Gameweek 4 review

The early FFGeek team thoughts

Analysing 10 top FPL managers teams

Geek note: If you join our Patreon site you will get access to an FPL contributor tracker team which combines the contributors individual teams each week to show their favourite players, transfers and captains. It will always be completed on a Friday/Saturday in a normal gameweek. There will also be a spreadsheet of each managers teams, transfers and captains so you can drill down further.

You also get:

Joe’s interactive transfer planner and points projection tool

Weekly podcasts with myself and the contributors

FFGeek private leagues

Access to the FFGeek Slack channel for discussion with the contributors and members

$2 and $3 tiers per calendar month. No commitment beyond 1 month

FFGeek league code codes:

fantasy premier league:  fnqq66

Sky Sports fantasy football:  fantasyfootball.skysports.com/leagues/join with PIN 8426114

Telegraph fantasy football:  passcode 8693.  PIN code 8000919.  The telegraph have also offered a prize of £100 to the winner.

Sun Dream Team:

Classic League PIN:  SGDKX9Y3

H2H PIN:  SGFU3CR9

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2 thoughts on “ The 12th FFGeek fantasy premier league podcast with Prakhar Patel and Chris Tucker”

  1. I have decided to play my wildcard as I had a lot of defensive injuries and I want Salah and Sterling.

    Defense:
    I couldn’t afford a premium Liverpool defence and I have opted to go with Everton as my second defensive partnership rather than Man City 1) Because of cost 2) because of rotation and 3) because I fancy Everton’s upcoming games.

    Attack:
    As for upfront I could possibly downgrade De Bruyne for Martial in the future and upgrade Wickham to Ayew.

    This is my gameweek plan as long as there are no injuries over the international break.

    5-4-1 Formation:

    Pope > Digne, van Dijk, Matip, Mina, Mings > Salah, Sterling, De Bruyne, Dendocker > Abraham

    Bench: Button > Cantwell > Pukki > Wickham

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