This week I’ve tried something different with my cumulative underlying stats article by producing some recent form tables for players and defences. I’ve then produced a current form FPL team for simplicity
Here’s our FPL double gameweeks and blanks article in preparation for the FA Cup 5th round. We’ll use this article as a base to amend the blank schedules for GW31 and GW33 as the weekend progresses. Fridays game has now been included.
Here’s our fantasy premier league GW26 review where we look for the players and teams with the best underlying stats from GW26 only. It’s an easy way to check on how one of your FPL team performed in the gameweek. You can also see how they are ranked in the previous few gameweeks to establish recent form
Here’s our fantasy premier league teams GW27 article where we give our early thoughts on the FFGeek team for GW27. We look back at gameweek 26, The team planning schedule, transfer thoughts,some blanks and doubles words plus early captain thinking.
Here’s our fantasy premier league team tips GW27 article where we analyse the teams of 10 top FPL managers. These 10 managers have not finished outside the overall rank of the top 10k in the last 3 seasons. Considering how variable the last 3 years have been this is remarkable consistency and shows an ability to adapt strategy in different seasons. It also gives you a view other than my own on strategy and player selection.
Here’s Alena with a feature article asking where did it all go wrong for Chelsea this season?
Here’s our fantasy football tips GW26 article where Stephen Troop reviews progress for his FPL, TFF and Sun teams as well as his plans for GW26 in these formats
Here’s Rob Reid with his fantasy premier league GW26 player picks to help you decide on your transfer. Rob has finished 3 of the last 4 seasons in the top 0.5% of FPL managers
Here’s our fantasy premier league team tips GW26 article where the 2nd group of the FFGeek contributors show their teams for GW26. In this article we’ve got Rob Reid, Keith Spencer, Alex Ball, FPL Word and Mikael Danielsen