fantasy premier league transfers GW4 – the transfer in and out polls


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As there seems to be a lot of early transfer activity I thought I would separate out the transfer in and out polls and get them out as soon as possible in a fantasy premier league transfers GW4 article. This is to help FPL managers see what the FFGeek readers are doing or planning on doing.

fantasy premier league transfers GW4 – the transfer in and out polls

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Introduction

So vote for the transfer you’ve made or the transfer you intend to make.

There’s only 1 vote per poll. I would have liked to have 2 but there’s no obvious way of allowing it so sorry it’s 1 vote only. Just do your primary transfer.

Add any comments below on your reasoning.




The fixtures

fantasy premier league transfers GW4

Fixture ease schedule

This is the attacking players fixture ease schedule in alphabetical order only:

fantasy premier league transfers GW4

The Polls

 

 




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4 thoughts on “fantasy premier league transfers GW4 – the transfer in and out polls”

  1. With Everton still enjoying a decent run, I worry about siggy’s Form. Is it worth making some cash and trading siggy down to Iwobi? Or is this too risky? Would love to know what people think of Iwobi starting now?

  2. Hi Geek. I’m a constant follower although I rarely pipe up on your posts. Absolutely awesome job you’re doing here.
    Based on purely the color coding, I’m not sure how come the fixture ease for West Ham has dropped so drastically from last week. They had the best fixtures but after an away game to Watford they have the worst.
    They seem to have better fixtures that Burnley or Brighton and just as good as Bournemouth. I’d also make the same comparison for Man City to Arsenal. Similar color coding but Arsenal are top of the pile. How come

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