Fantasy Premier League Midfielders GW35– Player Rankings


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Here’s our fantasy premier league midfielders GW35 article where we give our midfield player rankings for GW35. There’s a table of information and commentary.

Fantasy Premier League Midfielders GW35– Player Rankings

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

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. 300 mins needed to qualify. Underlying Stats are from the free site understat.com

Fantasy Premier League Midfielders GW35

Fantasy Premier League Midfielders GW35

A couple players to comment on

The information in the schedule should be enough to make an assessment on a player for a transfer but there’s a couple of players who would benefit from a few words

Players who missed out due to injury doubts

There would be ranking is the number next to them

1 Raphinha Leeds, 21 Pedro Neto Wolverhampton Wanderers, 28 James Rodríguez Everton

Players who missed out due to gametime risk

4 Raheem Sterling Manchester City, 5 Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City, 15 Riyad Mahrez Manchester City, 18 Ferrán Torres Manchester City, 24 Nicolas Pepe Arsenal, 30 Jarrod Bowen West Ham, 23 Bernardo Silva Manchester City

Gareth Bale

Is low on the list due to his average minutes of 53. If he averaged 80 he would be 3rd.

The Chelsea players

Playing Madrid tonight and Man City first up in GW35 so rotation as well as a bad entry point are a factor. All 3 have good underlying stats but only Mount has anything like decent average minutes. Havertz has the advantage of playing as a false 9 but you take on an almost Man City type rotation risk

A difficult double gameweek

Mason Greenwood

Another player with good stats a little hampered by average minutes. On the positive side could be the CF when Cavani is rotated but conversely could be rotated himself if Pogba plays as part of an attacking 4 when Cavani is in the side. Shooting volumes are excellent.

Said Benrhama

Not in the list but the West Ham £5.9m mid has only started 1 of the last 8 but his creative stats are very good even if only on the basis of 300 odd minutes. Maybe worth keeping an eye on if he can hold down a place.

Fixture Ease Schedule

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

It’s still on the basis of Man Utd v Liverpool going to GW36 and Liverpool v WBA going into GW35 which is not guaranteed by any stretch. There’s still a theory that Liverpool v WBA could be in GW36.

Fantasy Premier League Midfielders GW35

Other posts

Analysing the teams of 10 top Managers

Fixture amendments

Key FPL points from GW34 matches

The fixture difficulty schedule

The Early FFGeek team thoughts

Defender player rankings

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