Best FPL Tips GW30 – The FPL Transfer Planner Team For Gameweek 30

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Here’s our Best FPL tips GW30 article where we look the FPL team run by Joe’s FPL Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool for Gameweek 30. The FPL team was made to road test the Transfer Planner and finished with an overall rank of 3k in 21/22.

Best FPL Tips GW30 – The FPL Transfer Planner Team For Gameweek 30

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General points on the team

This is a team that is created using only the projections seen in the FFGeek Transfer Planner which is designed and developed by Joseph Crilley.

– Each gameweek, the squad will be assessed against potential transfers to decide whether there are any moves that are considered profitable in the projections model.

– Ownership plays absolutely no factor in our decision making and neither does formation. It is purely about maximising the projected points of the squad.

– The projections are based on historic long-term data so transfers will almost never be reactionary. Sustained performance over a few weeks would need to be seen before we transfer in any player. In terms of the article, I will only go into specific detail where I deem it necessary.

Joe’s personal team (currently 17k Overall Rank) is also available on Patreon and will often operate very similar to the Planner team as its projections are a significant factor in my decision-making. Often there will be more information available in that article so be sure to check that out!

GW29 Review

GW29 points

GW29 points:  15 -4  (19 Top managers average 18) Total points: 1,761 Overall Rank: 103k,   red arrow: 20k   Team Value: £104.7m

The team has used it’s Triple Captain Chip in GW25

An unexpected change in chip strategy – FH DGW34 ; WC GW35 ; BB DGW37

Essentially, we are now looking to delay the wildcard until GW35 rather than activating the chip in the next week or two. I won’t go into too much detail behind this decision, but Liverpool losing in the FA cup is the key factor as they no longer double in GW37 while Man Utd and Newcastle do. Additionally, Chelsea-Spurs is near certain to drop in GW35/36 plus Arsenal are doubling in GW34 rather than the original presumption of 37.

These factors have dramatically enhanced the prospects of a GW35 wildcard as we can now offload Arsenal assets and Salah (beneficial for our low team value) to build a strong bench boost squad. Furthermore, both Newcastle and Man Utd have great GW35 & 36 fixtures which can be steamed into and we can also target Chelsea/Spurs for the smaller double. Despite it being immediately before the wildcard, it still makes sense to use the free hit in 34 as that is the week with the most upside outside of 37.

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Other GW30 Posts

Analysing the teams of 19 top FPL managers

FPL GW34 is announced

The FFGeek Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool

The FFGeek Fixture Ease Schedules

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