The 44th FFGeek Fantasy Premier League Podcast with Kev in Canada and Alex Ball


Here’s our FFGeek Fantasy Premier League podcast with the FFGeek Patreon subscription site link to the 44th FFGeek Podcast. Podcast 44 and has myself on it as well as FFGeek contributors Kev in Canada and Alex Ball.  We talk about how our teams are doing in GW31+ and our plans for GW32 plus answer questions from the FFGeek Slack Channel

The 44th FFGeek Fantasy Premier League Podcast with Kev in Canada and Alex Ball

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Welcome to the 44th FFGeek podcast

Thanks to FFGeek contributors  Kev in Canada and Alex Ball for coming on

Kev finished in 6k last season and 195k in 17/18

Alex’s last 5 seasons overall rank were 523k, 17k, 10k, 28k and 3k

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Whats on the pod? 

We talk about our experience watching the empty stadium games.

Also how our teams are doing in the gameweek and transfer, chip and captain plans for GW32+

We then answer questions from the Slack Channel

Which City assets would you consider for the run in?

Do you expect the high number of clean sheets to continue and if so should we be looking at four or even five defenders in our line ups?

Which goalkeeper would you choose for the rest of the season?

Given the extra subs allowed, which premium players, if any, will be least likely to be subbed for?

How important is it to have a playing bench ?

Any early thoughts on which GW to Free Hit?

Is it worth a free hit this week simply to optimise for a non-Lpool, non-ManCity team? Who are the attractive aces and bankers otherwise for GW32?

Other posts

FFGeek Contributors teams for GW32+

Fixture Ease

10 top FPL managers

Early FFGeek team thoughts

Captain Poll

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