Premier League Fantasy Tips DGW36 – Defender And Goalkeeper Rankings Plus Transfer Suggestions


Here’s our Premier League Fantasy Tips DGW36 article where we give our Defender and Goalkeeper player rankings for double gameweek 36. There’s a table of stats and player transfer suggestions.

Premier League Fantasy Tips DGW36 – Defender And Goalkeeper Rankings Plus Transfer Suggestions

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The schedule

The schedule ranks the teams by averaging their Goals against and their expected goals against. It is not adjusted for upcoming fixtures. From the free site understat

Player values and stats were as of Wednesday 4 May.

Fixture ease ranks the ease of the fixtures to the end of the season

CS odds are the bookies odds for a clean sheet given a £1 bet.

CSs is the number of clean sheets

Here’s the link to the Google spreadsheet if you want it

Transfer suggestions

This is for games until the end of the season and not just for GW35. Ideally you want someone with a good entry point, good fixtures with a good defence


ECL related rotation means only £4.9m GK Schmeichel (PPM 3.5) is a viable option

Man City

With the fixtures ahead you could easily justify a triple up. Rotation is the only risk.

£7.2m LB Cancelo (PPM 5.8m) is the attacking potential. £6.0m CB Laporte (PPM 5.0) and £6.1m CB Dias (PPM 4.9) are the first choice CBs


2 outstanding attacking FBs in £8.4m RB Alexander-Arnold (PPM 7.0) and £7.3m LB Robertson (PPM 6.5). The value player if rotatable is £5.2m RB Matip (PPM 5.0)


Great fixtures even if as a team they look all over the place as a team.

£5.6m LWB Alonso (PPM 4.5) is the best choice although 6.1m LCB Rudiger (PPM 4.4) £6.4m RWB/RCB James (PPM 5.2) are options for gametime and attacking potential respectively.

The Fixture Ease Schedule

Here’s the fixture ranking to the end of the season as ranked by the ease of the attacking teams they face

GK goals saved over expected goals saved per 90 from Fbref

In essence this shows the form shot stoppers so far this season. It compares the per 90 goals saved vs expected goals saved so is a variation on the save% table I normally give. I think you’ll find it quite interesting.

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