The FFGeek Imaginary FPL Wildcard GW37

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Here’s our FPL Wildcard GW37 article where there’s 3 FFGeek Imaginary Wildcards for GW37. There’s one from the FFGeek Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool and one representing a combination of social Media and Internet sources. There’s also an FFGeek Imaginary Wildcard team

The FFGeek Imaginary FPL Wildcard GW37

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Here’s our Imaginary wildcards article for GW37 where we give 3 different potential wildcards for GW37.  The idea is to give you transfer ideas for the upcoming gameweeks.

There’s Joe’s Planner’s optimum Wildcard as well as 1 from a combination of sources. The other is an FFGeek Wildcard 

I am assessing point scoring on the Gwks 37 -38.

How to use this article for transfer decisions

If you’re not wildcarding, input your own team into Joe’s FPL Transfer Planner and then use some of the player suggestions from the most represented players below to put into your team on the Planner and see how this improves your overall scores

Which players work best will very much depend on your current team and Chip position..

If you’re not wildcarding then just look at your team and use the most represented players as possible replacements.  I’ve included the 2 fixture ease schedules to help you assess which would work best.

If you are wildcarding then it’s the same process except you can tinker with your team more and plan transfers further ahead.  There is of course an optimum wildcard team

At the bottom also is the schedule of predicted points and most represented players.

I’ve given Joe’s Planner Graphic on the 3 options options until GW38.

The Transfer Planner’s Imaginary Wildcard Team

Joe’s planner gives an optimum wildcard each gameweek.  Look for the wildcard tab.

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Other Double GW37 Posts

Analysing the teams of 19 top FPL managers

4 Expert FFGeek FPL Contributors Teams Part 1

4 Expert FFGeek FPL Contributors Teams Part 2

Joseph Crilley’s Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool

The FFGeek Fixture Ease Schedules

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