Here’s our FPL transfer tips GW13 article where we analyse the teams of 19 top FPL managers. These 19 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.
FPL Transfer Tips GW13 – Analysing The Teams Of 19 Top FPL Managers
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The criteria I’ve always been looking for is managers who’ve finished in the top 10k for the last 3 years when FPL has become considerably harder due to the amount of people playing and the information available.
However this time I’ve found 19 so I thought I would use all 19
The 19 managers stats
These managers are incredible and every bit as impressive as last season.
1. The overall average finishing overall rank of the top 19 managers in the last 3 seasons is 4,116
2. The top 19 FPL managers have not been out of the top 10k in the last 3 seasons (ie 57 times playing)
3. 5 of the 19 have finished in the top 1,000 in the last 3 seasons
4. 5 of the 19 have finished in the top 100 in the last 3 seasons
What you can see?
For the managers teams in GW12, you can see the most popular player choices of these groups.
You can see their gameweek score, their total points, transfers, Chip usage and captain choice for the gameweek plus a break down of the player representation in the 19 players teams.
From that you can see the FFGeek version of the FPL template which is a crucial part of my FPL strategy
I’ll also give the identities, last 3 season’s histories and FPL IDs of the 19 FPL managers so you can look at each managers team individually
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