DGW32 is almost upon us and most managers have been waiting forever to use arguably the most powerful chip in the game, the Free Hit which gives you the ability to make unlimited transfers that are reflected only for that particular game week.
So today, with the International break drawing to
GW31 is around the corner and every manager has their own set of problems. Are 8 players enough, should I play my free hit? Should I take a -8? We've got you covered.
To begin with, most teams at this point almost certainly have a Liverpool defensive cover, Mo Salah(even though
Senior writer and in house FPL analyst Anirudh Shenoy examines the unfavourable gameweeks approaching FPL managers from GW 30. He takes us through what lies ahead and the possible approaches managers can utilise to use their chips.
Deducing the chip strategy
For most FPL managers, getting the chips right in the game
His opening games were Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, where you are almost putting him to sink or swim and he certainly learnt to swim.” - Roy Hodgson on Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Injuries at right-back in February of 2018 meant Aaron Wan-Bissaka was rushed into the first team ahead of schedule against
To find out how we have been doing with our predictions this season, head over to our FPL archive
With the Christmas fixtures done and out of the way, we can now finally take a step back and take a look at the state of things in FPL. Most managers have
We're nearing the halfway mark and most of the players that we'd picked out over the past few weeks have returned well, including Fabianski, Kolasinac, Snodgrass, Lacazette, Mitrovic, and Trippier etc all providing returns. This has given us confidence to try and come out with more such reports. Hopefully, our
GW 15 was one full of rotation and surprises with many of the usual big hitters missing including the likes of Andy Robertson, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero, Sadio Mane and players like Mohamed Salah and Alex Lacazette making impacts off the bench.
Today, we look at players across the pitch who
With GW12 on the horizon, most FPL teams have Patricio in goal, Alonso in defense, Hazard in midfield and Kun Aguero leading the line, so today we look at the differentials we could pick for the upcoming fixtures to get ahead in the mini-leagues.
Trusted differentials in the EADF community and
Leads are getting bigger in the mini-leagues and playing catchup is getting ever so hard. After consulting a few FPL players in our private league, we decided to approach this gameweek in a slightly different manner. With a quarter of the season almost done, it is our opinion that using
With Liverpool and Chelsea playing each other, some of the league's big hitters might be up against a stern challenge and might make us look elsewhere for captain options. Eden Hazard did score in the week against Liverpool, and Mohammad Salah and Sadio Mane will fancy their chances against a
Going into GW6, most FPL teams appear to have a set template, whether it be Sadio Mane in midfield, Sergio Aguero leading the line or Marcos Alonso in defense. So today, we look at the differentials, the players that can help you move up the leaderboard in your mini-leagues.
With GW4 on the horizon, and almost everyone having the standard Sadio Manes and Benjamin Mendys of this world, we dive into the less owned differential options for the weeks to come.
Petr Cech at 5 mil is minimally owned and would appear to have kept his place ahead of Leno
The first two FPL Gameweeks have flown by and after the high scoring first game week, reality set in, in Gameweek 2 with most teams struggling to muster up a massive haul, bar those that gave Aguero the armband.
From Gameweek 3, we look at the most promising options across the
The Premier League is back, which means your favourite team is the second best thing awaiting you this season, after the Fantasy Premier League, of course.
However, with all the big guns quoting some exorbitant figures, we look at the players you can get in on the cheap to ensure you