Here’s our FPL team tips GW17 article where the 1st group of the FFGeek contributors show their teams for GW17. In this article there’s Kris O, Rob Reid, Costas Chari, Ben Wooton, Yaniv Salomon and Joseph Crilley
Here’s a brief fantasy premier league GW16 review article where we rank the underlying stats performance of players and teams from GW16. It’s a quick way to have a look at how one of your attacking players or defensive teams performed.
Here’s our fantasy premier league teams GW17 article where we give our early thoughts on the FFGeek team for GW17. We look back at gameweek 16 and give our thoughts on the gameweek ahead including potential transfers and captain choice.
Here’s our fantasy premier league transfer tips GW17 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 our FPL best fixtures GW17 with our fixture ease schedules. Here we look at the teams and players with the best fixtures from an attacking players and a defensive players perspective over the next 6 gameweeks.
Here’s our fantasy premier league captain pick GW16 article. We look at the fixtures, the bookies odds, the FFGeek captain poll, the contributors picks and a load of stats to seek out the best captain choice. There’s also the results of the transfer polls.
Here’s our FPL tips GW16 article where FFGeek contributors show their GW16 teams part 4. In this last group of contributors teams there’s Prakhar Patel, Chris Tucker, Jordan Sadler and Andrew Pratt
Here’s my fantasy premier league team selection GW16 article. As is normal, I review GW15, share my transfer thoughts, captain choice and the lineup dilemmas.
Here’s our FPL team tips GW16 article where the 3rd group of the FFGeek contributors show their teams for GW16. In this part there’s Keith Spencer, Rob Reid, Stephen Troop and Mikael Danielsen