Here’s the FFGeek fantasy premier league GW8 team
Here’s 2 teams where I pretend I’ve got an imaginary wildcard to use. I’ve done one with Aguero and one without just for interest. To put Aguero into my team has been a big debate so I thought it would be interesting for everyone else as well
Here’s my GW8 best forwards “ones to watch” article for all forwards. There’s a table of stats to help you make your choice. There’s also the next 6 fixtures plus some commentary on their prospects
Here’s our fantasy premier league cheap midfielders under £6.0m. There’s a table with stats , fixtures and some narrative.
Here’s my fantasy premier league “ones to watch” for midfielders over £6.0m for GW8. There’s a table of stats, including some new ones and narrative plus fixtures in the article.
Here’s our article on the fantasy premier league best budget defenders for GW8. This time we’ve concentrated on the defenders themselves rather than the teams. We’ve put a table together with the key stats and some predictions then put some narrative and then the fixtures next.
One of the things I’ve noticed from following the 10 top FPL managers is the increasing trend of the managers to play a cheap keeper without a home and away rotation option. 4 of the 10 managers are doing that at the moment. I decided to do some analysis on that theory as GK is one of the few places that I can save some money in my pursuit of Sergio Aguero.
The high ownership midfield and Costa up front has suddenly made the defence one of the areas that you can actually advance your ranking with. So suddenly the defence is something to focus on rather than just set it and leave it. So with that in mind here’s here’s my fantasy premier league “ones to watch” for the top 4 challenging teams GKs and defenders for GW8. This article will continue from a team basis and give you the value options and the attacking options as well as a view on the viabilty of the GK within that team. We’ll also give you the next 6 fixtures and project the number of clean sheets in those fixtures. Lastly we’ll tell you how many of the top FPL managers I follow have the teams defensive assets in their FPL team.
Here’s my fixture ease schedule for GW8. The schedule ranks the teams in terms of the “easiness” of their next opponents from an attacking perspective. It ranks the next 6 fixtures and the next 3 from gameweek 7. We also then highlight the teams with the best attacking fixtures and then make some player suggestions