Barclays fantasy premier league – forwards GW13 “ones to watch” Buy Hold Sell


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Here’s the “ones to watch” for forwards on the Barclays fantasy premier league  in a buy hold sell format for GW13.  This will give the best forward players at a variety of price ranges

Barclays fantasy premier league – forwards GW13 “ones to watch” Buy Hold Sell

Here’s the “ones to watch” for forwards on the Barclays fantasy premier league  in a buy hold sell format for GW13.  This will give the best forward players at a variety of price ranges

There is no rule for forwards just pick the best ones especially now with goals virtually guaranteeing bonus points:

I’ve provided the following stats to support the player choices and to guide you in your decisions.  I’ve now moved this to this year’s stats:

1.  Goals and assists this year.

2.  Time per point scored this year.  This is how many minutes it takes for a Barclays fantasy premier league point to be scored over the course of the season.  The lower the better obviously.   I’ve now moved to this years stats

3.  Rotation risk.  High, medium or low.  High is the greatest risk of rotation.

4.  Fixture ease ranking:  The link is at the bottom of the article but essentially I’ve ranked all the teams by the ease of the first 6 fixtures.  The team with the best ranking ie 1 will have the easiest next fixtures of any of the fantasy premier league teams over the next 6 games.

5.  Consistency:  The % of times that the player got a goal or assist   as a % of games played

6.  I’ve also ranked them in their categories as who I think is currently the best choice

7.  I’ve added a new feature.  The last 5 return consistency rate.  This will show the amount of games in the last 5 played that have resulted in a goal or assist

Forwards

1.  Suarez (£12.2m) BUY

Goals and assists: 9 goals and 4 assists:     Time per point scored:  8.6  mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 15.  Consistency 6/7    86%               Last 5 return consistency rate:  4/5

Just keeps returning.  Great underlying shoot and creating chances stats to back it up.  Shows he can do it with or without Sturridge.

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Hull City (A)
Norwich (H)
West Ham (H)
Tottenham (A)
Cardiff City (H)
Man City (A)

2.  Aguero (£12.1m) BUY

  • Goals and assists:  10 goals 8 assists.  Time per point scored: 8.4  mins .  Rotation risk: medium.   fixture ease ranking: 17th.  Consistency     8/11  73%   Last 5 return  rate:  4/5

Continuing with his great form against any opposition.  Next fixture home to Swansea promises a continuation of more.  Looks like he has pens as well.  also it was Negredo who dropped into midfield and Aguero who stayed up the pitch in the Spurs game which makes him even more deadly.

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Swansea (H)
West Brom (A)
Southampton (A)
Arsenal (H)
Fulham (A)
Liverpool (H)

3. Rooney (£11.1m)  BUY

  • Goals and assists: 6 goals and 7 assists:     Time per point scored:  12.0  mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 14th.  Consistency 9/11   82%  Last 5 return rate:  5/5

Great consistency and form.  Just starting to show underlying stats for shooting to add to the creating chances stats he’s always had.

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Tottenham (A)
Everton (H)
Newcastle (H)
Aston Villa (A)
West Ham (H)
Hull City (A)

4.  Remy (£8.1m) BUY 

  • Goals and assists:  8 goals 1 assists.  Time per point scored:  11.1 mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 10th.  Consistency 7/10  70%          Last 5 return rate:  3/5

Continues returning.  Now getting the underlying stats to back it up. Next 2 fixtures are good as well.

 

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

West Brom (H)
Swansea (A)
Man Utd (A)
Southampton (H)
Crystal Palace (A)
Stoke City (H)

5.  Sturridge (£9.7m)  HOLD

  • Goals and assists:  9 goals 2 assists.  Time per point scored:  12.8 mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 14th  Consistency 9/12  75%          last 5 return rate:  3/5

Being transferred out in numbers as fantasy premier league managers go for Suarez.  On the bench last week due to fitness issues.  No sign that there is a problem this week and I expect him to start again this week.  Underlying stats are very shooting orientated without much i the way of creating chances

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Hull City (A)
Norwich (H)
West Ham (H)
Tottenham (A)
Cardiff City (H)
Man City (A)

6.  RVP (£13.8m) HOLD (injury doubt) 

  • Goals and assists:  7 goals 2 assists.  Time per point scored:  12.8 mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 14th.  Consistency 6/10   60%        Last 5 return rate:  4/5

Continuing with the on off injury saga punctuated by last minute announcements to frustrate every fantasy premier league manager.  Good shooting stats but not creating chances which has put him behind the lies of Aguero and Suarez.  Still class will continue to see him score goals.  Its just the price.

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Tottenham (A)
Everton (H)
Newcastle (H)
Aston Villa (A)
West Ham (H)
Hull City (A)

7.  Lukaku (£7.9m) HOLD

  • Goals and assists:  7 goals 1 assists.  Time per point scored:  11.9 mins  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 5th.  Consistency for Everton  5/8   63%  Last 5 return rate:  2/5

Should never doubt his talent.  2 goals in a game against Liverpool where his movement, especially on the break, was just far too much for the Liverpool defence.  Has excellent shooting stats but not creating chances like last season

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Stoke City (H)
Man Utd (A)
Arsenal (A)
Fulham (H)
Swansea (A)
Sunderland (H)

8.  Giroud (£9.1m) HOLD

  • Goals and assists:  7 goals 4 assists.  Time per point scored:  13.7 mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 19th.  Consistency 8/12   67%    last 5 return rate: 3/5

2 goals against the strong Saints defence after 2 blanks have restored faith in the Arsenal front man.  Tempered by the fact that one resulted from a GK error.  The other a pen assisted by the 1st and 2nd designated pen takers being off the pitch.  Does have a great all round game and excellent underlying shooting and creating chances stats.  Lots of talk of fatigue but still showing attacking out put in each game. 2 good games after which a natural selling point could appear.

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Cardiff City (A)
Hull City (H)
Everton (H)
Man City (A)
Chelsea (H)
West Ham (A)

9.  Benteke (£8.9m) HOLD

  • Goals and assists:  4 goals 0 assists.  Time per point scored: 21.6  mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 3rd.  Consistency     3/10  30%        Last 5 return rate:  0/5

Incredibly no returns in his last 6 games.  however has sill been producing shots and creating chances so the returns will come.  A couple of tricky fixtures in the next 6 but generally theyre very good.  Definitely has the class to come back.

Next 6 fantasy premier league fixtures:

Sunderland (H)
Southampton (A)
Fulham (A)
Man Utd (H)
Stoke City (A)
Crystal Palace (H)

10.  Negredo (£9.1m) HOLD

  • Goals and assists:  5 goals 3 assists.  Time per point scored: 12.6  mins .  Rotation risk: low.   fixture ease ranking: 17th.  Consistency     6/12  50%        Last 5 return rate:  2/5

For £3m less than Aguero you have a striker with great returns so far.  However the downsides are.

1. Far less gametime security.  His average minutes played is 58 mins.  this should improve given his relationship with Aguero

2.  No underlying stats back up.  Barely registers on the shots and creating chances register.  Strange as he was criticised for poor conversion in Spain

3.  Now looking like he will play behind Aguero as he did against Spurs to help equalise the midfield when City play 4-4-2.

4.  Doesn’t have pens like Aguero

 However if you’re willing to make those sacrifices his form is good.  I’ll stick with Aguero though.  More reliable as a captain choice

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8 thoughts on “Barclays fantasy premier league – forwards GW13 “ones to watch” Buy Hold Sell”

  1. my team:
    Mignolet
    HUL (A)

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    Johnson
    HUL (A)

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    Ivanovic
    SOU (H)

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    Mertesacker
    CAR (A)

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    Fer
    CRY (H)

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    Ramsey
    CAR (A)

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    Hazard
    SOU (H)

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    Morrison
    FUL (H)

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    Benteke
    SUN (H)

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    Suárez
    HUL (A)

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    Agüero
    SWA (H)

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    Kelvin Davis
    CHE (A)

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    Lallana
    CHE (A)

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    McAuley
    NEW (A)

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    Clyne
    CHE (A)

    Any ideas to improve this team will be highly appreciated.

      • Bookies are tipping Aguero for Captaincy this week. Although I dont think Swansea are by any means a push over with some really good defensive displays. Suarez against Hull maybe the better bet here.

        Regarding substitutions, I think you’re team is wonderfully balanced, but i went for liverpool midfield exposure over the next few games with Gerrard over Lallana given the coming fixtures.

        I am also considering dropping Ramsey given the probable rotation coming up in that midfield. Not sure for whom though.

        I would keep Benteke. He’ll score soon and wont look back. His fixtures are very tasty as well.

        (my input should be taken under advisement though. I’ve dropped places for a consecutive 3 weeks to position 50,300. goodluck!)

        • Thanks bro. Good tips there. I will give ramsey a chance as he has been very important against marseille so there is still optimism there. wilshere was in my mind but i think wenger might rest him and start on the bench, not sure though. I f i had money, i would have replaced ramsey with ozil, as he will shine this weekend, i feel.

        • I’m looking at possible replacements for Ramsey or Mirallas, too. After GW14, Brady seems like a decent option. There just aren’t too many sure things in that price range in the midfield.

          • I’m thinking Brady because I need some extra cash to make a potential Sturridge -> Rooney transfer. Otherwise, I’d look at someone like Cabaye.

  2. Please rate my team:

    Mignolet – Marshall
    Dawson – Jagielka – Terry – Mertesacker – Baker
    Toure – Barkley – Lallana – Brady – Ramsey
    Aguero – Remy – Suarez

  3. Mignolet
    Mertesacker, Terry, Zabaleta
    Ramsey, Nasri, Morrison, Whittingham
    Aguero (C), Remy, Suarez (V)

    Subs: Boruc, Lovren, Fonte, Diame

    Any suggestions guys? I’ve got 3mil in the bank. My midfield looking pretty shaky, Zabaleta and Lovren need to go.

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