Fantasy Premier League Best forwards GW36– Player Rankings


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Here’s our fantasy premier league best forwards GW36 article where we give our forward player rankings for GW36. There’s a table of stats and player transfer in suggestions.

Fantasy Premier League Best Forwards GW36– Player Rankings

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The schedule ranked by forwards underlying stats over the last 10 Gameweeks

There’s player transfer in suggestions below

FEase is fixture ease ranking, PPM points per match, ATGS anytime goalscorer odds and VFM value for money (9+ wanted unless they are a potential captain). * is the penalty taker

Here is the link to the google spreadsheet. You can go to file>make a copy and then sort it how you like. 250 mins needed to qualify. Underlying Stats are from the free site understat.com

fantasy premier league best forwards GW36

fantasy premier league best forwards GW36

Player transfer in suggestions

I’m generally looking for players who have a good entry point, good fixtures to the end of the season and have a value for money factor of 10 or close to. That can be flexed if the player is a captain option for you

Calvert Lewin

Sheff Utd in these last 3 games are going to attract a number of transfers and Calvert-Lewin against his old club will be no exception. 2 goals in the last 3 games are a good warm up

Chris Wood

For those reading sceptically its 8 goals and 3 assists in his last 8 games backed up by excellent underlying stats. Leeds, and understrength defence of Liverpool and WBA in the next 3 are the attraction

Bamford

This is a pure fixture selection as underlying stats have dropped off and it’s 1 goal in his last 4. Burnley, Southampton and WBA are a good 3 games to finish on

Antonio

The question here is whether Brighton are the best entry point as Antonio has WBA and Southampton after that. As I said for Lingard though in the midfielder rankings although Brighton have been excellent defensively they will be missing Dunk and likely Veltman who would have been the replacement for Dunk in the back 3.

Fixture Ease Schedule

Here’s a schedule ranking their fixtures to the end of the season by the ease of the defences they face

fantasy premier league best forwards GW36

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Key FPL points from GW35 matches

The Fixture difficulty schedule

The FFGeek FPL Podcast

Early thoughts on the FFGeek Team

The FFGeek Captain Poll

The FFGeek Contributors teams Part 1

The FFGeek Contributors teams part 2

Defender player rankings

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