Joseph Crilley’s FPL Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool is now live


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Joseph Crilley’s FPL Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool is now live. Plan your transfers, captains, lineups, wildcards and Chips to maximise your points total over the coming gameweeks. We also ran an FPL team from it last season which finished with an overall rank of 3k. So it’s proved it’s worth.

 

Joseph Crilley’s FPL Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool is now live

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Introduction

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Note: Your team is manually entered into the spreadsheet. While this maybe not ideal time wise it means you don’t have to give any FPL ID, username or password information to use the tool

Joe’s Transfer Planner and Points Projection Tool allows you to plan your transfers through the upcoming gameweeks as well as captains and lineups together with points projections and a colour coded rating system for each of your player picks.

Each player and your team is given a projected gameweek and total score and you can filter players to tinker with your team to maximise the return for any given period.

There’s also a colour coded fixture schedule so you can visually assess each teams good fixture runs in the future.

You can also enter your Chips for any gameweek to see where you can maximise your Wildcard, Free Hit, Triple Captain and Bench Boost points. Crucial for the Double Gameweeks and Blanks

There’s a google and excel version plus an explanatory YouTube video and instruction manual

As stated above the Planner now allows you to plan and insert both of your free hits and wildcards and other chips at the same time.

Last season we road tested the Planner by running an FPL team which is based solely on the Planners points projections and makes transfers live so you have full view of them in real time. You can see that on a separate article. The FPL team run by the Planner last season finished with an incredible overall rank of 3k. We will run a team again in separate articles on the FFGeek Patreon site.

You can see the rest of the article using the link below. It’s only £2.50 per calendar month with no commitment beyond 1 calendar month plus all the features above. There’s also a 16% discounted annual subscription. Unfortunately advertising alone cannot make the site viable and subscriptions are vital to the site continuing.

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