Fantasy premier league form – the underlying stats FFGeek form tables from the end of last season updated.


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Here’s our fantasy premier league form article where we remind you of the underlying stats form tables for players and teams at the end of last season. It’s updated for new player values and positions.

Fantasy premier league form – the underlying stats FFGeek form tables from the end of last season.

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This is an update of a previous article from a month or so ago and I think it provides some useful information to help you pick your FPL team.  Its updated for new player values and positions and outgoings.

People have different views as to what form constitutes. I think 4-6 games is way too short by itself and distorted by fixtures and one off performances so I’ve gone for the last 10 gameweeks with 5 gameweeks as a very recent form check.

I’ve taken all the information from the amazing free site understat.com.

Methodology

I’ve taken the last 5 and 10 gameweeks of the season’s expected goals per 90 minutes (xG90) and expected assists per 90 (xA90) and turned them into projected FPL points over a hypothetical season. I’ve then adjusted it for the average minutes played per appearance in the last 10 gameweeks of the season.

Average minutes can be distorted by sub appearances and injury returns but those are imperfections I will have to live with to make it a viable article time wise

I’ve also added a value for money column for Mids and Fwds where I’ve just taken the projected points and divided them by the players value.

For attackers there’s no appearance clean sheet or bonus points. Just raw attacking points. For defenders the same.

Just because a player is in the schedule doesn’t mean he is fit or a guaranteed selection.

You can see the expanded schedules on the google spreadsheet here. This schedule contains every player who played 360 minutes or more over the last 10 gameweeks and 180 minutes or more over the last 5 gameweeks of the 18/19 season.  It is adjusted for position changes, player values and for player outgoings.



Midfielders

The table is sorted by projected goal and assist only season FPL points adjusted for average minutes over the last 10 gameweeks of last season. No adjustment for clean sheet, bonus or appearance points. Minimum minutes 360 over the last 10 and 180 over the last 5. n/a will mean they didn’t play the minimum minutes.   You can see full selection on the google spreadsheet here

fantasy premier league form

Forwards

The table is sorted by projected goal and assist only season FPL points adjusted for average minutes over the last 10 gameweeks of last season. No adjustment for bonus or appearance points. Minimum minutes 360 over the last 10 and 180 over the last 5. n/a will mean they didn’t play the minimum minutes.  You can see full selection on the google spreadsheet here

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Defenders

The table is sorted by attacking points only for projected season goal and assist FPL points adjusted for average minutes over the last 10 gameweeks of last season. No adjustment for clean sheets, bonus or appearance points. n/a will mean they didn’t play the minimum minutes. It includes last seasons relegated teams.  You can see full selection on the google spreadsheet here

fantasy premier league form




Team defence

The fantasy premier league form table is sorted by xG against over the last 10 gameweeks of last season.  It includes last seasons relegated teams for context.

TeamAppsGAxG
Manchester City1034.46
Liverpool1077.73
Everton1078.31
Chelsea11109.94
Leicester10910.37
Newcastle United101412.01
Wolves101112.33
Manchester United101812.66
Southampton101915.00
Bournemouth101715.38
Crystal Palace101515.44
Tottenham101015.67
Burnley101816.19
Brighton111917.84
West Ham101418.57
Arsenal101318.86
Cardiff101419.20
Fulham101819.61
Huddersfield102622.19
Watford101922.53

Team attack

The table is sorted by xG over the last 10 gameweeks of last season. It includes last seasons relegated teams for context.

TeamAppsGxG
Manchester City102022.32
Liverpool102521.27
Chelsea111619.28
Bournemouth101718.13
Manchester United101017.30
Arsenal101316.82
Everton101516.78
Southampton101515.55
Wolves101215.52
Leicester101715.30
Tottenham101214.60
Crystal Palace101914.28
West Ham101713.61
Watford101312.44
Cardiff10911.91
Newcastle United101611.45
Burnley101411.44
Fulham10810.42
Huddersfield1078.59
Brighton1167.29

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5 thoughts on “Fantasy premier league form – the underlying stats FFGeek form tables from the end of last season updated.”

  1. Newbie question: What’s the impact of selecting our team early?

    e.g. with AWB moving to ManU could that push teams over the 3 player limit?
    e.g. are price changes possible before GW1 or are they now fixed?

    Thanks!

  2. Oh and to address the Wan Bissaka question… the answer is yes. If you had 3 United players in your squad along with AWB before he transferred to United, then you will need to drop 1 United player from your squad.

  3. Marc
    The other thing is early sign up is used as a tie break for weekly winners and mini league winner. That is if two managers have made the same amount of transfers and have the same point tally then early entry of team is the tie breaker.

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