Fantasy Premier League Tips – The FFGeek Fixture Ease Schedules For GW1-GW6


Here’s our initial fantasy premier league tips article for the with our first draft fixture ease schedules for GW1 to GW6. Here we look at the teams and players with the best fixtures from an attacking players and a defensive players perspective over those upcoming gameweeks. There’s also player suggestions from those teams.

Fantasy Premier League Tips – The FFGeek Fixture Ease Schedules For GW1-GW6

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I’m now using the fixture ease schedules from Joseph Crilley’s Transfer Planner. The planner ran an FPL team which finished with an overall rank of 3k in 21/22. You can usse the Planner and Points Projection Tool to maximise your gameweek points through planning transfers, captains, Chips and DGWs.

A fixture ease schedule for attacking players

Here’s a graphic where the teams are ranked by the ease of the defences they face over the upcoming gameweeks. There’s attacking player suggestions below.

Player Suggestions

Poor attacking form and tinkering from the manager only really puts Jimenez in the frame for Wolves but his form was poor last season.

For Brentford Toney is the obvious pick. The future of Eriksen and the creativity he brings maybe crucial to their attacking potential.

Spurs fixtures brings back the Son v Kane debate. The arrival of Richarlison casts doubt over the viability of Kulusevski as an option.

Brighton are similar to Wolves with rotation and variable form making picks hard. Maybe Trossard if cheap.

Man City’s fixtures make Haaland a real option. De Bruyne and others maybe very price related picks.

It’s worth speaking about Liverpool just for their opening day. Salah and Diaz are the obvious picks with Nunez also a potential option depending on Price and gametime perception.

A fixture ease schedule for defenders and GKs

Here’s a graphic where the teams are ranked by the ease of the attacking teams they face over the upcoming gameweeks. There’s defender and GK suggestions below.

Player Suggestions

Man City are very much Cancelo vs the value of other defenders

Similar for Alexander-Arnold vs Robertson and the value of others.

Wolves only reliable starter became Coady in the end who has little attacking potential. Could be a 4.5m filler? The LB position has potential if it becomes clear for Ait-Nouri v Jonny

Spurs have great wingback options with Emerson and Doherty when fit plus Sessegnon and Perisic and that’s before you throw the possible transfer of Spence in. Rotation and substitutions before 60 minutes with the 5 sub rule coming in are the watch outs.

Hopefully this gives you a bit of an introduction to get your thoughts started.

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