Here’s our fantasy premier league best attacking defenders article where we outline the best attacking defenders of the season so far. We taken their xG and xA and converted them into theoretical FPL attacking points plus given additional information in our schedule
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I’ve take the xG90 and xA90 for the season to date and converted them into FPL attacking points having adjusted the total for average minutes played. To qualify the players must have played 300 minutes which is just over 40% of the available minutes up to GW8.
I’ve also included their xG and xA as well as their PPM. In additional I’ve included their Shots per 90 minutes and key passes per 90 minutes. All underlying stats are from the free site understat
Here’s the google spreadsheet schedule. Just make a copy and use it how you like.
Players not in the schedule
There are a number of players not in the schedule due to injury or gametime risk. These include Alexander Arnold, Van Dijk, Saiss, Bertrand, Shaw and Mina
A fixture ease schedule for defensive players
Here’s a graphic where the teams are ranked by the ease of the attacking teams they face over the next 6 gameweeks in case you want to see what fixtures a particular player may have