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We’ll return next week with the 2017/18 campaign.
#1 → Which Liverpool asset ended the 2018/19 campaign with four successive double-digit FPL hauls?
#2 → Which shotstopper conceded more Premier League goals than anyone else but still finished fourth for FPL points among goalkeepers?
#3 → Which FPL defender scored the most Premier League goals last season?
#4 → Andrew Robertson’s total of 213 points last season was the most ever recorded by an FPL defender. John Terry and which other player (who scored 196 points in 2007/08) previously co-held that record?
#5 → Which Crystal Palace player scored from here in Manchester City’s only home defeat of 2018/19?
#6 → How many FPL points did Aymeric Laporte register across Manchester City’s three Double Gameweeks?
#7 → Which FPL defender registered 128 touches in the opposition box – more than Chris Wood and Paul Pogba managed – but scored only once?
#8 → Diogo Jota recorded nine goals and eight assists last season. How many of these attacking returns came before Gameweek 15?
#9 → Which of these premium assets blanked in a greater percentage of their 2018/19 appearances (52.8%)?
#10 → How many of Raúl Jiménez’s 23 goals and assists arrived in matches against the ‘big six’ last season?
#11 → Who was the only FPL midfielder to start all 38 of their side’s Premier League games last season?
#12 → Who was substituted off on more occasions (23) than any other player?
#13 → Which player picked the ball up from the top mark in this image before scoring from the position of the green dot in April 2019?
#14 → Which forward had more shots in the box than any other FPL asset last season?
#15 → How many of Ryan Fraser’s 21 FPL attacking returns came against non-‘big six’ sides?
#16 → Which of Mohamed Salah’s double-digit hauls was his biggest of the season?
#17 → How many points did Shane Duffy score in total in Brighton’s disastrous Double Gameweek 34?
#18 → Which player created the most chances in the Premier League last season?
#19 → Which Fantasy asset rose the highest from their starting price in 2018/19?
#20 → Which ‘differential’ scored the final goal of the 2018/19 Premier League campaign (pictured)?
15, although I can can use WC gw37, I am catching rises and flogging fallers. For example got rid of Martin (would have lost 0.1 if held) bought in Hendo (he gained 0.1). Team is very flexible, I have my doubts they’ll even be another kick of a ball this season.
Yes, most people agree with you, but personally I don't mind someone on my bench getting points, they're generally on the bench because they're away, so probably home next week, with everyone wanting to buy them after the points and with a good fixture. Meanwhile I can look for transfers elsewhere. Points on the bench aren't as good as points on the board obviously, but I count them as a plus for the squad overall.
First objective surely has to be reducing player wages within each club to keep paying the other staff (on normal wages) and not furloughing them. That keeps employees happy and saves the government money, probably for a lot less than 30%.
I work for a massive corporation. Half the employees cant do very much billable work right now. Furlough isnt for us, the working half have to support the other half. Thats how it works. Keep the economy functioning.
Don't underestimate me. If i went on youtube or twitter with the self professed " pro pundit" tag pleople would start throwing donations at me and and i could get 30 000 viewers helping me pick my team.
It is a shame somone stole my id and put fpl in front of it. I should sue them for loss of earnings
I take issue with PL owners for sure but less so with players.
It's quite obvious they're willing to help, and have been planning on to before Matt Hancock's attack. Their concerns are to do with where their money will be going and how much - The Athletic suggest pay cuts will cover broadcasts losses for PL too.
It's best off players voluntarily donate directly to the NHS.
That being said, it'd be nice if other missionaries were questioned too - what are the royal family doing to help? What are government ministers doing to help?
And the biggest question of all which has been deflected for weeks - where is the PPE for all NHS staff?
It isn't really about the money anymore it is all about the symbolism when it comes to taking the pay cuts.
When these multi-millionaire clubs started to furlough staff at the tax payers expense the spot light was always going to turn onto the players as they have always been viewed as a bunch of overpaid greedy money grabbers... I just wonder how much their agents are involved in the background.
I reckon FPL are screwing around with the price changes again. No way were there that many genuine changes imo. As an example - hours after yesterday's GW deadline Jack Stephens was on -68 on FPLStats yet dropped in price last night. Are we really to believe that after yesterday's deadline passed there was a mass fire sale on Stephens, taking him from -68 to -100 when there are no matches being played?
Just because Stephens was sitting at -68% on Stats model doesn't mean he couldn't have been at -99% and on the tipping point on the actual FPL algorithm. Stats work is fantastic and so often on the money, but it's just a prediction site based on well researched and well educated calculations. It isn't a transparent model provided by FPL themselves!
They can't possibly do one big massive GW38 to make up for all the lost GW's can they?
What about people who have no chips left? Can you imagine what the advantage would be for those who are holding BB or TC. I could feasibly have 15 players for X amount of games v's 11 players for others. Or I could have a whole series of games from my captain scored at triple points.
I just can't see how they can possibly allow that to play out. The 'result' of this seasons FPL would just become a farce.
Aye true that. This is why I think they will just do 'nothing' and let the game run as it is. ie GW38 will simply start 1 hour before whatever the first game is and end on the last game. Regardless of how many games there are.
They have already started going down the road of doing Jack Schit with these last few GWs running as normal even though there are no games.
Seemingly they are letting the existing game weeks pass, and likely we’ll be at the date of GW38 before, and indeed IF, football resumes, so they either have a bumper GW38, or they add 39, 40 etc....I know nothing about coding etc, perhaps someone who does can advise us on how easy this is to do.
He should go back to selling Trotskyist newspapers outside Kings Cross train station instead of launching his biased ambush routine on his BBC show,it would more honest work at least.
Andrew is some man to talk about how poor people should live and think while he is in his garden sunbathing.
Your health is your wealth Virg so maybe move to a rural area and you can have all the space you want while at the same time being closer to nature.Cost of living and quality of life is better if you are willing to sacrifice the big bucks and bright lights of City's.
Fair play to Andrew and his words of enlightenment. Every country has haves and have nots and some form of snobbery. Did he think he was being clever with remarks like that when more wealthy people that could be COVID have a better chance of survival than those less fortunate than them?
Stevo is the man. First man to coach an Irish club to a win European football game. We'll play expansive football. A bit of talent coming through the youth ranks which were under his watchful eye and Qatar better change it's licensing laws 😉
So what are u doing with your mini cash leagues if they cancel rest of the season? Im leading all my 3 mini cash leagues and have all chips left except TC. Two of those leagues I have over 100p lead and voiding prizes doesnt feel right for me obviously.
A) Void B) Current ranking and pay out all prizes. C) Current ranking and pay 50% of the prizes. D) Something else or no idea yet?
If measures aren't already in place by your league to determine the outcome in this scenario, it is completely impossible to make any kind of sensible judgement without a steer from how the Premier league and thereafter FPL handle a league abandonment.
I'd take great comfort in the fact the league is publicly stating intention to resume as soon as possible, and not worry about it until the circumstances change.
Why can't you be strong and make a decision. Doesn't matter what others do. Void the game will keep the majority happy and is the only fair solution as no one has won because the league would be null and void. You can't please everyone.
Unless your cash-league host agreed with all the players before-hand that in any event the season is cut short, payment will be paid out on the current and final positions, it must be Voided (in my opinion).
If monthly prizes have been paid out already, that's fair enough, the rest of the kitty (which won't have been touched) needs to be divided out back to all players (irregardless of their position in the table).