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Guest Post: #FPL Reflection by @RotoZdroik from RotoExperts

 This guest post was submitted by Adam @RotoZdroik from US Fantasy Sports site RotoExperts feature award-winning experts and analysis across various major sports platforms.


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Wait, Manchester United lost to who? One of the richest and most popular clubs in the World fell to the hands (or feet) of Norwich on Saturday.

That’s right, a team scoring almost three goals per game lost to a team that was scoring less than one goal per game with a goal differential of negative 10. About zero people predicted the Canaries to come away with a win. Don’t forget, they also beat Arsenal and Tottenham (Capital One cup) in the past month, as well.

What does this mean for your Fantasy squad? Norwich is by far the best-valued squad when looking at defenses. John Ruddy only costs 4.6m (at the official game at and has four clean sheets in his last five matches. He has more points than any other keeper does in the Premier League. Joe Hart has 14 less points yet currently costs 2.3m more. That’s the difference between having Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney on your team.

As for the Canary defenders, none of them cost more than 4.5m. Javier Garrido had the assist against Man United and now has bonus points in two straight games. He has five more Fantasy points than Patrice Evra, costs a lot less and is owned by about five percent less of contestants. Sebastien Bassong and Michael Turner also deserve a mention on the back line, as they have been key in Norwich’s current run.

In the other matches, red cards took the headline. Emmanuel Adebayor scored and then was sent off shortly after against his former club. Arsenal went on to score five goals after Adebayor was given the boot. The same story can be said about Brede Hangeland for Fulham. He got a red and offensively challenged Sunderland proceeded to put three in the back of the net. Marouane Fellaini picked up only a yellow card in their road loss at Reading, but that still lead to a two-game suspension for him since it was his fifth of the campaign.

Liverpool and Manchester City were favorites of most Fantasy owners as they combined for an 8-0 score line. In form striker, Luis Suarez, scored twice while defender Jose Enrique scored, assisted and got full bonus points. He was my No. 1 defender in last week’s rankings.

As for City, it took some time but they got back to scoring big against Aston Villa. Carlos Tevez had two goals and two assists while David Silva once again showed life with a goal and two assists. Sergio Aguero made an appearance as well, scoring twice.

Swansea continues to defy odds with their always-productive midfield. Pablo Hernandez, Johnathan de Guzman and Michu all found the score sheet in a road win. QPR lost yet another disappointing game, but this one came at home against the club that is directly above them in the table. Never a good thing.

In somewhat of an upset, West Brom took out Chelsea on the legs of their usually consistent forwards. Peter Odemwingie and Shane Long both grabbed goals while Chelsea looked largely unimpressive for most of the game. West Brom continues to impress every week.


Instead of going defensive, it’s time to focus on some attacking options.

Man United vs. QPR

United is not happy coming off a loss and QPR gets them at the most unfortunate time.
Everyone knows about Robin van Persie so he shouldn’t come as a surprise. Rooney will be back from illness and couldn’t pick a better time to break his scoring streak. Each of them was rested for their midweek Champions League match. My top defender choice, Patrice Evra, will also have full strength for this one.

The hardest part to decide on United is their midfield. Shinji Kagawa is out for another month which means both Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia will continue to get starts. Each of them presents a risk, especially for their price, but each has plenty of upside in this match.

Stoke City vs. Fulham

This may be a surprise choice, but hear me out. No one else will be looking at Stoke City players for good reason; they only have 10 goals through 12 matches. However, on the other end of this, Hangeland will not start for the first time all campaign for Fulham. Not to mention, Fulham has allowed eight goals in their last three road matches and 11 goals in their last four matches overall.

Peter Crouch is basically their only true forward that needs to be looked at. He hasn’t scored in six straight gameweeks, but that is about to change. Charlie Adam is easily their most popular midfielder and he should grab at least an assist in this one. Jonathan Walters is another option to check out, but make sure he’s playing first as he’s dealing with a knee injury. Defensively, Ryan Shawcross and Robert Huth are always good options. Geoff Cameron deserves a look as well since he’s the cheapest of the bunch.



  1. Anders Lindegaard, Manchester United, 5.4m, vs. QPR
  2. Tim Howard, Everton, 5.6m, vs. Norwich
  3. Ali Al-Habsi, Wigan, 5.0m, vs. Reading
  4. Asmir Begovic, Stoke City, 5.1m, vs. Fulham
  5. Boaz Myhill, West Brom, 4.4m, at Sunderland


  1. Patrice Evra, Man United, 6.8m, vs. QPR
  2. Rafael, Man United, 6.4m, vs. QPR
  3. Leighton Baines, Everton, 7.6m, vs. Norwich
  4. Jose Enrique, Liverpool, 5.7m, at Swansea
  5. Ryan Shawcross, Stoke City, 5.2m, vs. Fulham
  6. John Arne Riise, Fulham, 5.7m, at Stoke City
  7. Liam Ridgewell, West Brom, 5.0m, at Sunderland
  8. Ivan Ramis, Wigan, 4.5m, vs. Reading
  9. William Gallas, Tottenham, 5.0m, vs. West Ham
  10. Kaspars Gorkss, Reading, 4.0m, at Wigan


  1. Santi Cazorla, Arsenal, 9.4m, at Aston Villa
  2. Gareth Bale, Tottenham, 9.7m, vs. West Ham
  3. Juan Mata, Chelsea, 9.6m, vs. Man City
  4. David Silva, Man City, 9.3m, at Chelsea
  5. Eden Hazard, Chelsea, 10.1m, vs. Man City
  6. Hatem Ben Arfa, Newcastle, 7.8m, at Southampton
  7. Antonio Valencia, Man United, 8.6m, vs. QPR
  8. Pablo Hernandez, Swansea, 6.1m, vs. Liverpool
  9. Kevin Nolan, West Ham, 6.9m, at Tottenham
  10. Charlie Adam, Stoke City, 6.6m, vs. Fulham


  1. Robin van Persie, Man United, 13.7m, vs. QPR
  2. Luis Suarez, Liverpool, 10.2m, at Swansea
  3. Demba Ba, Newcastle, 8.3m, at Southampton
  4. Olivier Giroud, Arsenal, 8.4m, at Aston Villa
  5. Carlos Tevez, Man City, 9.4m, at Chelsea
  6. Sergio Aguero, Man City, 11.0m, at Chelsea
  7. Lukas Podolski, Arsenal, 8.2m, at Aston Villa
  8. Wayne Rooney, Manchester United, 11.8m, vs. QPR
  9. Rickie Lambert, Southampton, 6.0m, vs. Newcastle
  10. Peter Crouch, Stoke City, 6.8m, vs. Fulham



  1. Robin van Persie, Man United
  2. Luis Suarez, Liverpool
  3. Olivier Giroud, Fulham
  4. Carlos Tevez, Man City
  5. Demba Ba, Newcastle


The Red Devils were just shutout on the road. They aren’t very happy and go against the last-place club in the league. United averages three goals per game at Old Trafford and RVP will be around all of them.

There may not be anyone else more in form at the moment than Suarez. He has scored in four straight matches. While he’s on the road, Swansea’s defense isn’t impossible to get by.

All of a sudden, Arsenal’s attacking prowess was back against Tottenham. Ten guys or not, they still scored five goals. Giroud is the man of the moment with three goals in his last two matches.

While he probably won’t have another two-goal, two-assist performance at Chelsea, Tevez is still the likeliest of candidates to score in this match. Chelsea hasn’t had a clean sheet in seven straight games.

Newcastle isn’t playing great, but that doesn’t matter to Ba. He will find the back of the net no matter the situation and this situation is friendly for him even on the road.

*Stats up-to-date as of Nov. 19



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GW10 – THE REVIEW… by @shots_on_target


GW10 Match Review

Man United’s goal threat overall is almost entirely through Rooney and Van Persie.  Asa you’d expect of course.  Rooney’s missed penalty would have cost those who showed the faith in him but there should be know reason to panic with him getting as many opportunities to score as his Dutch colleague.  Van Persie just has that extra cutting edge which is what the extra £2m buys you.   Once again for Arsenal it’s all about Cazorla and Giroud.  I own both these and really, really am hoping they can do something at home against Fulham.



Fellaini overshadows everyone here on a team full of goal chances, and therefore goals.  Everton should have had 4 or 5 here, and Fuylham were very luck to get draw level.  On another day Jelavic should have scored at least one and Baines or Pienaar an assist.  If Everton can keep the Fellaini fit then everyone in this team will profit.  Fulham were outclassed but Berbatov is still their main man.  They will live to fight another day,

A game of limited chances as you would expect, with Norwich having the most chances overall but Stoke getting into the penalty box more.  Pilkington had the stand out game from Norwich reminding us of his brief flurry of goals last season, although it was Johnson who grabbed the goal from one of two efforts.  Stoke are never going to create many chances away from home so this is as expected really.

Swansea did a really good job here of limiting the number of good chances from Chelsea whilst almost matching them for threat going forward.   Hazard had a good game in Mata’s absence with the lion’s share of the visitor’s shooting opportunities but with 3 out fo 4 of these coming from outside the box it’s not really a great surprise he did not score.  Michu’s advanced role for Swansea has allowed De Guzman to get forward more he is a good alternative to the Spaniard.

No doubt many FPL managers, myself included, would have captained Gareth Bale in this game in what looked a “plum fixture” for the London outfit.  Wigan are starting to recapture the kind of performance that kept them in this league at the end of last season.  This is the second game in a row in which Spurs have failed to create the league average number of SoT and Sin and that does not bode well.  Bale was, as usual, the number one attacking threat for Tottenham but it is starting to look like AVB’s tactical approach struggles without key players in the Spurs engine room, such as Dembele and Sandro.  Wigan did not create a great deal of chances with Kone and Maloney and goalscorer Watson their top fantasy performers.



Zero shots on target here from West Ham is my highlight here, and only 6 shots in total, 4 in the box.   This from a team who very much like to get the ball in the box under Sam Alladaryce.  This really shows that the Manchester City defence is good.  I hesitate to say improving as their early season defensive form has been great, it was just the all important clean sheet that was missing.  It’s obviously worth a mention that Kevin Nolan had a legit goal ruled out for offside.  Hardly any attacking threat from the City fullbacks is perhaps a sign of an increased defensive focus from Mancini. Going forward for City, Balotelli and Dzeko were wasteful, with their opportunities with Tevez playing a deeper, more creative role in comparison.  Nasri, given the attacking role he should play in this team, has been very quiet all season.

I’d love to have the time to study Sunderland in more detail this season, and watch videos of all their matches.  Just why it is they can’t hit the target I do not know, despite 10 attempts in the box against Villa here, with the whole team guilty of wayward shooting, except for Fletcher, who didn’t really get a sniff.  Benteke and Agbonlahor are a decent enough pairing and if Weimann and Bannan can keep their place they look a real prospect for FPL managers at £5.2m and £4.9m respectively..  No sign of Darren Bent.

My selection of Junior Hoilett in my GW10 Select XI didn’t bear fruit here, although he was fairly well involved.  Tarrabt and Cisse clearly hogged the shooting chances for Rangers though, with the Moroccan having an hugely impressive 8 shots in total but a really not so impressive 2 in the box.  Someone (perhaps the manager) should tell him how well correlated goals are to shots in the box and how badly they are with shots from outside.    Reading create plenty of chances but not so many on target.

Liverpool, as a team, are struggling a bit, mainly due to the fact they aren’t really a team.  They are Luis Suarez. The Uruguayan pretty much single handed creates and takes all of everything Liverpool do up front.  Gerrard looked busy but shooting from range so much.  Shelvey was an early season tip from me, until his red card in the United game and 3 match ban.  If he gets his place back ahead of Sahin he could be worth a look.   Demba Ba did not do much before limping off with just one long range effort that was never going in.  Newcastle’s main fantasy interest came from Ben Arfa and Cabaye, but overall their wasn’t much threat from the visitors who really rely on goals from their centre forward to win the games.

Apologies to anyone who took a punt on Lukaku here.  Didn’t start. Sorry!  Odemwingie served a reminder of his ability with a very prominent display and two goals.  In the absence of much favoured James Morrison who had a knock Mulumbu dominated the midfield.  Adkin’s inclusion of Lambert provided the chief threat for the visitors but the Baggies defence is deserving of this clean sheet.




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Gameweek 10
03 Nov 12:45 Man Utd Man Utd 2 – 1 Arsenal Arsenal
03 Nov 15:00 Fulham Fulham 2 – 2 Everton Everton
Riether (2)
Sidwell (2)
Fellaini (3)
03 Nov 15:00 Norwich Norwich 1 – 0 Stoke City Stoke City
03 Nov 15:00 Sunderland Sunderland 0 – 1 Aston Villa Aston Vil
03 Nov 15:00 Swansea Swansea 1 – 1 Chelsea Chelsea
Hernandez (2)
Moses (3)
03 Nov 15:00 Tottenham Tottenham 0 – 1 Wigan Wigan
03 Nov 17:30 West Ham West Ham 0 – 0 Man City Man City
Clichy (2)
Nasri (3)
04 Nov 13:30 QPR QPR 1 – 1 Reading Reading
04 Nov 16:00 Liverpool Liverpool 1 – 1 Newcastle Newcastle
05 Nov 20:00 West Brom

Mulumbu (2)
Odemwingie (3)


West Brom v Southampton Southampton

Manchester United – #FPL Selection Advice

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The burning question on many Fantasy Managers lips right now is which Manchester United players to own ahead of the a delightful  fixture list.   Sir Alex’s Ferguson’s men are already the top scoring team in the league this season with 24 goals, 3 ahead of next best Chelsea.  This was despite some tricky fixtures against the defensive set up of Stoke and away at Stamford Bridge.  What can they achieve over the next set of games?

GW 10 (H) ARS GW 16 (A) MCI
GW 11 (A) AVL GW 17 (H) SUN
GW 12 (A) NOR GW 18 (A) SWA
GW 13 (H) QPR GW 19 (H) NEW
GW 14 (H) WHM GW 20 (H) WBA
GW 15 (A) RDG GW 21 (A) WIG

As can be seen, aside from the trip to the Etihad in GW16 there’s hardly a game where United won’t be expected to score, and there could be a few drubbings along the way.   So who to own?  I’m going to take a look through each of the three outfield positions in fantasy football – Defence, Midfield, and Attack.


Rafael £6.0 20%
Evra £6.8 7%
Ferdinand £5.9 3%
Vidic £6.7 3%
Jones £5.6 1%

First up there have been questions raised about United’s defence this season.  An early injury to Vidic has left United without their defensive rock again this season, and it’s telling, although the finger has been pointed at the lack of a proper hard man to boss the midfield, a la Roy Keane and Patrick Viera.  These are players of the last decade though, and today’s football is evolving, spearheaded by Barcelona and Spain.  These days you don’t need necessarily need a hard man in midfield, particularly at the top level, rather 11 good football players, who can pass the ball and use the available space on the field as a team in both the attacking and defensive play.

Sir Alex’s men have been conceding goals and giving up clean sheets, and perhaps not really caring, relying on sheer goal threat to win games.  The £24M signing of Robin Van Persie a clear indicator of their intent this season it seems.

Despite this though, they aren’t defending terribly, and are still within the top 5 or 6 teams defensively, which makes the likes of Jonny Evans and Rafael arguably ownable at £6m or less on clean sheet potential alone.  It’s the attacking potential though were United’s players will be hoping to earn their corn.  Below is a graphic showing Man Utd’s current back four.  The image shows the relative statistics for each of the defender’s key attacking stats.  As shown, Evra and Rafael lead the way in all categories, which is expected of full-backs in a side like United.  Jonny Evans has been a threat from set pieces too, whilst Rio Ferdinand is left to watch the halfway line it seems.

Of these four, Rafael at £6m now compared to Evra’s £6.8m is clearly the man to own.  The Brazilian’s current ownership of 20% means 1 in 5 FPL managers will have him in their line-ups.  Despite his high ownership I’d still recommended buying him, he’s the kind of player who could score really big and represents little risk for his value.


Kagawa £8.2 7%
Valencia £8.6 3%
Cleverley £5.7 3%
Nani £8.4 2%
Scholes £5.3 2%
Carrick £5.8 2%
Young £8.2 1%

Carrick is the only player in the United midfield that has played every game so far.  Alex Ferguson has really chopped and changed his midfield, bringing in the likes of Giggs and Scholes for certain games, Cleverly has been in and out, Young was injured, Kagawa still is.  It’s really been a minefield.

The chief contenders for FPL points are currently Valencia and Young, with Nani and Kagawa behind these two fighting for inclusion.  The graphic below has been done on a per minute basis and Ashley Young has had little game time compared to the others.  It seems Kagawa and Nani fit into a similar pattern, heavily involved in the attacking build-up (Final 3rd Passes) and creating a medium number of chances and shooting opportunities for themselves.  Valencia is much more direct; he does not feature much in the attacking build-up, or get in many shots. He’s out wide providing the ammo.  With doubts over the starting roles still for Nani, Young, and indeed Kagawa, Antonio Valencia is my pick of United’s midfield.


Van Persie £13.4 32%
Rooney £11.8 8%
Welbeck £8.0 1%
Hernandez £7.5 1%

The big question.  Rooney or Van Persie.  Both?  What about neither.  Welbeck and Hernandez are intriguing options and you should act fast if either Rooney or RVP were to suffer an injury, for now they will have to remain on the sidelines.

It has to be said it is still very early in the Rooney-Van Persie partnership.  They only started 3 games together in the league so far.  In these though, Rooney has tended to drop very deep, playing as a midfield playmaker, as can be seen by his final 3rd passes in the image below.  , which represents both players stats in these last 3 games only.  Rooney surprisingly, despite his less advanced position, has edged out Van Persie in all four key stats.  In the 3 games they’ve played together both have scored 2 goals, Rooney has 2 assists, Van Persie 3.  They have also shared set pieces, with Van Persie having most of the corners and Rooney the free kicks.  It really is a close call, but with Rooney coming in at £1.6M cheaper and much less owned he gets my vote out of the two.

GW9: THE REVIEW…by @shots_on_target

GW9 Match Centre

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One of the least anticipated matches of the weekend probably,w with both teams expected to be struggling in a relegation battle come season end.  I had tipped Villa to win this 1 or 2-0 with both Lowton and Holman featuring in my GW9 Select XI.  Bennett’s red card on 52 minutes change the game for both teams with Lambert deciding to sit back and protect a 1-0 lead.  Following the sending off Norwich had 11 attempts on goal and Villa had 0.  Neither team really offer anything from a fantasy perspective.  I’d like to get excited about Benteke, but can’t.

Another frustrating day for Arsenal fans and owners of their fantasy assets (including yours truly).  With Gibbs still injured and Jenkinson immediately ousted from the team by Sagna the combined 31% ownership pair miss out on a clean sheet.  Chief threat for the Gunner’s still resides with Giroud and Cazorla and Mark Hughes’ teams do have had a habit of frustrating superior opposition.  Arsenal’s 8 SoT is usually enough for 2 or 3 goals and it’s time for a deeper look at Arsenal and their ability to actually score goals which I will be doing later this week.


I know I bang on about shots on target but Sunderland had none in this match, zero, nada, zilch.  So far this season they have had 12 in total.  Even if Steven Fletcher was capable of scoring with every chance he got they still would be in the lower half of the league for goals scored.  As it is, they are bottom of that particular list with 6. Stoke I feel should’ve gotten something out of this game, with my budget pick Kightly continuing to get shooting chances in the box.  Big shame for Wilson owners who will be out for a good while now with a broken leg.

An interesting game this, at least from my seat, as a gauge for where both these teams are this season and the stats tell the story really.   I would judge this team’s even with Wigan prospering here from home advantage.  Tomkins for West Ham had a hell of a game and was the Hammer’s chief threat with Wigan keeping the partnership of Carroll and Nolan very quiet here.  For the Lactics there was plenty of involvement from all positions, with Di Santo and Kone equally involved up-front and Maloney and McArthur key players from midfield.

The weekend’s highest scoring match in which Reading showed that they can score goals but reminding us that they can’t defend them.  To be fair, Fulham are a good attacking side and have improved on the road from last season with Berbatov’s class up front clearly showing, as well as Ruiz’s settling in this division after his move from last year.  I do like the front three of Berbs, Ruiz and Rodalleg.  Chris Baird is also starting to make a bit of a name for himself as an out of position defender who can pop up with a few goals.  Reading’s goals came from a mix of players who scored with their real only chance of the game so I would not get too excited about anyone of these.

This was the weekend’s biggest surprise surely, that City did not put 3 or 4 past Swansea.  City are really missing the quality of Silva in games where they need to unpick a well-organised defence, although that’s not really something we could have said so far about the Swans this year.  Mancini claimed his team were “so tired”, all expect for Tevez it seems (rested midweek) who had the busiest game for City.   Swansea didn’t have a lot of great chances but Michu continues to be involved in their best, with Laudrup’s decision to continue deploying the Spaniard up-front maintaining his considerable fantasy potential despite a turn in the fixture list.

The first Merseyside derby of the season kicked off another thrilling day of Premiership and Fantasy Football. Fellaini’s return to the team was reward with an assist for those FPL managers who stuck with him through injury but ut was the performances up front of Mirallas and Jelavic in this game that stand out to me.  For Liverpool it is all Suarez.  Whilst many cite his wasteful shooting as a downside, which is true, he has so many shots that I believe he makes up for them.

A fairly equal tie this, and credit should be given to the Baggies for a good show up at Newcastle.  I love Lukaku, if he gets in the starting XI that is, but I can’t understand Clarke’s rotation policy with this front players yet.  Demba Ba for the Magpies is just a force of nature really and if his early withdrawal with a “nerve” injury does not prove too bad expect more goals soon.

A fair few goals were expected from this game, but as the stats show, there weren’t a great deal of chances compared to an average Premier League game.  Rodriguez is slowly stepping up his game and out did Lambert here in the shooting stakes, and indeed was rewarded with a goal.  Fonte continues to pose a threat from the back too.  For Spurs, it’s Bale and Defoe again picking up FPLpoints and hogging the shooting chances.  Dempsey’s 2nd goal in 4 games is interesting too.

As mentioned above for Arsenal, after 9 games played now the performance of the league’s elite teams  needs a deeper analysis.  Obviously 2 red cards would change any match and makes a proper analysis very difficult, but Chelsea failed to be quite as clinical in an attacking sense as they have been so far this season. Once again Mata was central to everything they did.  Hazard was more involved than he has been in some of Chelsea’s games and picked up another assist in this game for getting fouled.  United’s Van Persie and Valancia are the only attacking players to really stand out for the visitors today from a FPL perspective and I am going to have a look at the Dutchman’s value versus point potential in particular.  Wayne Rooney’s limited attempts highlight his role as a midfielder.

FPL GW9: Statistical round up- by @shots_on_target


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He is spoiling you with individual team statistics for all Premier League clubs.

You can click the team names below for an in-depth statistical round up by

  • Visual representation of each player’s appearances in the last 6 weeks and their fantasy form (F.SCORE).
  • Key Player Stats: shots, shots in box, shots on target, key passes, assists, minutes and goals
  • Key Player Info:   FPL price, points scored and % ownership
  • Projected Points for the next 6 fixtures(note:  Pts x 10)
  • Star Player indicators – to 15 F.SCORE and top 15 Value players indicated
  • Latest injury news from


Team Pages:


Gameweek 9
27 Oct 12:45 Aston Villa Aston Villa 1 – 1 Norwich Norwich
Turner (3)
Hoolahan (2)
27 Oct 15:00 Arsenal Arsenal 1 – 0 QPR QPR
27 Oct 15:00 Reading Reading 3 – 3 Fulham Fulham
27 Oct 15:00 Stoke City Stoke City 0 – 0 Sunderland Sunderland
Shawcross (3)
Huth (2)
27 Oct 15:00 Wigan Wigan 2 – 1 West Ham West Ham
27 Oct 17:30 Man City Man City 1 – 0 Swansea Swansea
28 Oct 13:30 Everton Everton 2 – 2 Liverpool Liverpool
28 Oct 15:00 Newcastle Newcastle 2 – 1 West Brom West Brom
Ba (2)
Lukaku (3)
28 Oct 15:00 Southampton Southampton 1 – 2 Tottenham Tottenham
28 Oct 16:00 Chelsea Chelsea 2 – 3 Man Utd Man Utd

FPL: Statistical round up – by @shots_on_target



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He is spoiling you with individual team statistics for all Premier League clubs.

You can click the team names below for an in-depth statistical round up by

  • Visual representation of each player’s appearances in the last 6 weeks and their fantasy form (F.SCORE).
  • Key Player Stats: shots, shots in box, shots on target, key passes, assists, minutes and goals
  • Key Player Info:   FPL price, points scored and % ownership
  • Projected Points for the next 6 fixtures(note:  Pts x 10)
  • Star Player indicators – to 15 F.SCORE and top 15 Value players indicated
  • Latest injury news from


Team Pages:


Gameweek 8
20 Oct 12:45 Tottenham Tottenham 2 – 4 Chelsea Chelsea
20 Oct 15:00 Fulham Fulham 1 – 0 Aston Villa Aston Villa
20 Oct 15:00 Liverpool Liverpool 1 – 0 Reading Reading
20 Oct 15:00 Man Utd Man Utd 4 – 2 Stoke City Stoke City
20 Oct 15:00 Swansea Swansea 2 – 1 Wigan Wigan
20 Oct 15:00 West Brom West Brom 1 – 2 Man City Man City
20 Oct 15:00 West Ham West Ham 4 – 1 Southampton Southampton
20 Oct 17:30 Norwich Norwich 1 – 0 Arsenal Arsenal
21 Oct 13:30 Sunderland Sunderland 1 – 1 Newcastle Newcastle

O’Shea (2)
Larsson (2)
Cabaye (3)
21 Oct 16:00 QPR QPR 1 – 1 Everton Everton
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