The FPL team run by Joe’s Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool


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Here’s our FPL team article where we look at the first draft of the FPL team run by Joe’s Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool. That FPL team made to road test the Transfer Planner finished with an overall rank of 3k last season.

The FPL team run by Joe’s Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool

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A few Introductory words

With just over a week to go before the GW1 deadline, it feels like a good time to touch on the Transfer Planner team and how one might expect it to line up. Before I do so, it is worth mentioning a few caveats and I’ll start with the main one which is expected minutes (xMins). As many of you know, we have introduced a new feature into the Planner this year where users can adjust the xMins for any player. 

This should generally be an improvement to our projections as we will no longer overlook players (such as Nketiah from last season) who have their minutes suddenly change. I did do some estimations for xMins in the first version of the Transfer Planner, but it is fair to expect that there will alterations made to these before season start as more information becomes available. Any changes to xMins will have a direct impact on the final projections that will be used for this team.

Other caveats include any tweaks that are made to the projections and the introduction of new players to the game who may put their hand up to be included. The final caveat with this team is that I have not pre-planned any transfers and simply selected the squad that will score highest over the opening 8 gameweeks. There are also no plans for using that first wildcard and I would prefer to leave our options open for that.

First Draft

So put simply, this team should very much be considered a first draft and there may well be changes before Arsenal kick off at Palace next Friday. With that in mind, here is that team: 

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