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Vote for the best FPL midfielders of 2020/21

The Fantasy Football Scout 2020/21 awards are underway with the polls for best Fantasy Premier League (FPL) goalkeeper and defenders now joined by the ballot for the key midfielders. All three are now open for voting on the sidebar of the home page, with the midfielder poll also embedded below.

We’re assessing the key candidates in each category in four separate articles, with our summary of the leading goalkeepers and defenders now followed by this piece on the stand-out midfielders.

Overall score, points per match and value in Fantasy Premier League were all factors we considered when compiling this shortlist, with those players making our Team of the Season decided by you the readers.

2019/20 TEAM OF THE SEASON REVIEW – MIDFIELDERS

  • Goalkeeper: Nick Pope
  • Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold, John Lundstram, Matt Doherty
  • Midfielders: Anthony Martial, Mohamed Salah, Bruno Fernandes, Kevin De Bruyne
  • Forwards: Raúl Jiménez, Danny Ings, Jamie Vardy

Last season’s star midfield quartet experienced mixed fortunes as the Premier League resumed under lockdown conditions alleviated by the presence of a limited number of supporters at only a handful of winter fixtures and the final two rounds.

Anthony Martial was reclassified as a forward having spent the majority of the 2019/20 campaign as a striker rather than a wide supporting attacker. A series of injuries meant that he was only able to complete 60+ minutes on 16 occasions this time out and did not feature at all after Gameweek 27. His final totals were four goals and seven assists, leading to 75 FPL points.

Last season’s top overall scorer, Kevin De Bruyne, similarly struggled with fitness setbacks that eventually saw him miss 13 matches. Second only to Mohamed Salah in terms of starting cost, he finished the season on 141 points, sandwiched between Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez in the rankings at Manchester City, and trailing both Raheem Sterling and the surprise star turn delivered by Ilkay Gündogan.

De Bruyne’s points-per-match average of 5.6 was as impressive as always and he still managed seven double-figure scores (down from a league-leading ten last time around) but from mid-season onwards, he appeared in only six Gameweeks and became largely absent from FPL squads unless the pre-match press conference news was encouraging when Free Hit chips were being played.

Salah himself was able to stay fit and live up to his top-priced billing, though when the new player lists are revealed in the summer he may find he has lost that distinction to a rival from down the East Lancs Road…

2020/21 CANDIDATES

Bruno Fernandes

  • Points: 244
  • Points per match: 6.6
  • Start cost: £10.5m
  • End cost: £11.3m

Bruno Fernandes achieved numbers in the second half of the previous season that were at the very pinnacle of what you could expect from an FPL asset. The remaining question was, could he sustain that over a whole campaign, especially with a lot of cup ties and European trips to wear him down? As this season’s leading points scorer, the answer was a resounding “yes”.

The Portuguese playmaker produced more double-figure Gameweek hauls (12) than any FPL asset and more returns of 5+ points (20) than anyone except Mohamed Salah (21) and Harry Kane (also 20). And yet it took until New Year before he passed 50% overall ownership, about six weeks behind the same mark amongst leading FPL teams, possibly as a result of few squads initially selecting him as Manchester United did not have a fixture in Gameweek 1.

Once on the field, Fernandes set off at an absolutely electric pace, reeling off hauls much as he had done earlier in the year. Perhaps inevitably the rate of scoring eased off gradually, even though he was still outperforming most others until his campaign eventually petered out after Gameweek 28. His final ten rounds consisted of four non-appearances, four blanks (fewer than five points), five points in Gameweek 30 and one, final 19-point hurrah in Triple Gameweek 35.

His starting price of £10.5m always looked a huge bargain and, mostly, it was.


Mohamed Salah

  • Points: 231
  • Points per match: 6.2
  • Start cost: £12.0m
  • End cost: £12.9m

Even with the game’s top starting price of £12.0m, Mohamed Salah achieved the highest season-long price rise (£0.9m) of any midfielder. To be without him for all but the most intimidating-looking of Gameweeks was to elicit (virtual) looks of fear and trembling from any seasoned FPL manager.

His legend was immediately reinforced in the opening match where he thrilled his captainers with 40 points to launch them straight to the forefront of FPL’s millions of managers. As mentioned above, he continued to be the most reliable returner in the game and also contributed the joint-fifth most double-figure hauls (7).

A barren run for both Salah and Liverpool in the New Year persuaded a growing number of managers that the cost of owning him might be, just for the time being, a bit too high, but many of them were back on board for his 32 points from the final four Gameweeks and will have already pencilled him into their provisional squads for August, regardless of how much they have to pay.


Son Heung-min

  • Points: 228
  • Points per match: 6.2
  • Start cost: £9.0m
  • End cost: £9.6m

By the time non-owning FPL managers had decided which Son Heung-min was the real deal – the one who scored 24 and 18 in even Gameweeks or the one who registered 2 and 1 in odd ones – it was already too late. If you hadn’t taken the risk by then you were about to miss out on a 13 and an 11 and were probably looking at the rest of the managerial field from about five million places back.

That 24 was to be the joint-highest Gameweek score for a midfielder this season (Matheus Pereira in Gameweek 19 and Jack Grealish in Gameweek 3 also managed it) and, although continuing that level of performance would have splintered many an FPL record, he didn’t disappoint those who kept him through the odd lull as he eventually tallied an elite 228 points at a very handsome clip of 6.2 points per match. To get that for only a high mid-price outlay was a great investment indeed.


Ilkay Gündogan

  • Points: 157
  • Points per match: 5.6
  • Start cost: £5.5m
  • End cost: £5.5m

Winception“.

Pep Guardiola creates a shared dream in which a revolving crew of “attackers” are being chased around the Premier League by Vardies and Lo Celsos. In the dream, Bernardo impersonates Sir Kenny Dalglish to persuade new Reds boss Jürgen to relinquish his title. Mahrez drives everyone to the next level where mild-mannered Ilkay Gündogan appears up front and rattles off 12 goals and three assists as Gameweeks 13 to 27 flash by faster than a VAR decision. With all opposition now trailing hopelessly Ilkay slips away, his price mysteriously unchanged. Pep activates his Agüero totem and kicks everyone back to reality at the Etihad where the team celebrate wildly and even Jürgen is smiling. Did City really start badly? Was there ever a false 9? Pep spins a Premier League winner’s medal on the dais and walks towards the Champions League final…


Raphinha

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  • Points: 133
  • Points per match: 4.4
  • Start cost: £5.5m
  • End cost: £5.6m

Raphinha is another midfielder who didn’t take centre stage until the season was quite a few Gameweeks old. After he announced himself with the winner at Everton in Gameweek 10, he quickly found his way into many FPL teams as a bargain fifth option and added another five goals before turning assister during the run-in, contributing three in his final four appearances for a total of ten.

His pace, touch and extravagant tricks made him one of the most watchable players as every game was beamed live into homes. Owning him was as much fun as you could reasonably expect in FPL for £5.5m.


Jack Harrison

  • Points: 160
  • Points per match: 4.4
  • Start cost: £5.5m
  • End cost: £5.6m

In contrast to his celebrated Brazilian team-mate on the opposite wing, Jack Harrison’s debut season in FPL went essentially unnoticed until, with chips flying in the final rounds, managers suddenly spotted that he’d become one of the most reliable options on a free-scoring team looking ahead to some very winnable fixtures.

From mid-Febuary to mid-March, Harrison suffered a string of late cameos or early benchings which deterred some potential buyers, but in the final analysis, only six midfielders produced more than his 14 Gameweek returns and the cheapest of those began the season with a £9.0m price tag.


Tomas Soucek

  • Points: 147
  • Points per match: 3.9
  • Start cost: £5.0m
  • End cost: £5.2m

One of only three midfielders to play all available 3,420 minutes (Højbjerg and Ward-Prowse were the other two), Soucek was so many peoples’ hidden gem in pre-season that you began to wonder if precious stones were regularly ‘concealed’ on top of red post boxes illuminated with arc lights these days.

What you got for the give-away asking price was a steady, useful 3.9 points per match that even briefly included a trio of double-figure presents just after Christmas. Surely every FPL squad warms to someone that dependable as their second bench option ahead of the £3.9m defender?


Matheus Pereira

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  • Points: 153
  • Points per match: 4.6
  • Start cost: £6.0m
  • End cost: £5.4m

And what do you get for being a top 10 FPL midfielder across the whole season, with your total of 153 points only one behind Raheem Sterling who fetches almost double your starting price? The largest drop in worth in your own squad (£0.6m), and very nearly amongst all midfield assets, is the slightly surprising answer.

The issue for Pereira’s numerous pre-season investors seems to have been that, unlike Jack Harrison or Tomas Soucek, Matheus Pereira’s points came in sudden bursts – a 10 here, a 24 there – with an awful lot of 1s and 2s in between. At the season’s end, Pereira’s points per match was 4.6, but the standard deviation of his Gameweek scores was 5.7.

Going into Gameweek 30, he was carrying a Soucek-style Gameweek average of 3.9 points when suddenly he showed the form so many had hoped he would carry forward from the Championship. He more than doubled his Gameweek average while putting 63 FPL points on the board in just eight rounds before a knock deprived him of the chance to add to this on the last day. If he remains in the Premier League with a new club, he has given notice of what he can achieve.

Jesse Lingard

  • Points: 106
  • Points per match: 6.6
  • Start cost: £6.0m
  • End cost: £6.6m

By January, Jesse Lingard was so far off the FPL radar that forgotten men couldn’t remember where he was. Fortunately for both Lingard and West Ham United’s European hopes, David Moyes still knew where to track him down and amidst no fanfare whatsoever the loanee took the field away to Aston Villa on 3rd February.

Ninety minutes, two goals and the full three bonus points later, FPL managers were rubbing their eyes and wondering if this was the same player who apparently couldn’t get a kick for the reserves of the reserves at Old Trafford.

By the time he was plundering four goals, two assists and 38 FPL points in consecutive matches against Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leicester City, he seemed almost unplayable and those who had brought him in rejoiced in the unexpected late-season riches. He didn’t pick up another double-digit haul the rest of the way but still scored tidily enough to pass 100 points in only 16 matches at a points-per-match average matching Bruno Fernandes.


Jack Grealish

Grealish in Aston Villa matchday squad as Guaita benched for Crystal Palace
  • Points: 135
  • Points per match: 5.2
  • Start cost: £7.0m
  • End cost: £7.5m

Jack Grealish had a start to the season that seemed to confirm finally that he was the international-level playmaker so many observers had said he was for so long. He absolutely ran the show as Aston Villa hammered seven past an overrun Liverpool defence in Gameweek 3 and, unlike all of his peers, he never went more than two Gameweeks without a decent return. His multitude of FPL owners could ask no more, especially at what was looking increasingly like a horribly misjudged starting price of £7.0m.

And then, in mid-February, the FPL Insider account on Twitter noted that pretty much the entire Aston Villa staff who played the game had transferred Grealish out of their squads. He duly did not appear two days later as his team lost at home to Leicester and Villa manager Dean Smith was less than amused that “the Fantasy world” had apparently tipped off their opponents about his injury.

Smith insisted that the “eternal optimist” in him could see Grealish back for their next fixture, but it would be ten more Gameweeks before the midfielder could manage 18 minutes of the 0-0 draw against Everton and the last day of the season before he played a whole match.

For many FPL managers, he was great to own and great to watch and they will be eagerly monitoring his progress with England over the next few weeks as well as his pricing when the FPL player lists for next season are announced.


Mason Mount

  • Points: 147
  • Points per match: 4.1
  • Start cost: £7.0m
  • End cost: £7.3m

Odd thing about Mason Mount – he didn’t get a five-pointer all season. This is what can happen to a regularly playing midfielder when his defence is so secure they are attracting interest from payment processing designers. You just can’t help but get that clean sheet point. The former Derby County loanee registered half a dozen Gameweek scores of both six and three points, but never a five.

In club terms Mount made 36 league appearances in a line-up prone to heavy rotation, contributing six goals and seven assists towards a campaign that saw Chelsea achieve Champions League qualification on the final day.

In FPL terms he, like Soucek, was a reliable member of a squad who brought in as many returns as Ilkay Gündogan and as many hauls as Marcus Rashford and who offered a good deal of upside, but not quite the influence on his team just yet to be threatening to join FPL’s most elite assets. Now established in Thomas Tuchel’s successful side at Stamford Bridge, perhaps next season will witness his breakthrough.

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69 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Rassi
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Bruno, Son Salah, Raphinha and Soucek

  2. Cheeto__Bandito
    • 1 Year
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Bruno, Grealish, Raphinha, Salah, Son

  3. Bank$y
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    You forgot Mane.

    Bruno and Son to rise big time for next season. The key will be how high the rest of the contenders like Torres rise.

    1. Major League Shocker
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 1 Year
      3 months, 27 days ago

      I think Salah and Bruno to be the same price (likely 12.0 as they don't like to make the game too hard for casuals by charging more). Son 11.0 as he's on a worse team and not on pens unless Kane leaves, which would hurt him in other respects. Mane likely also 11.0, although I think he would have to drop to 10.5 to really tempt me.

      1. Baines on Toast...
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Salah will be 13 this year I think. Bruno 12. Son I think might get away with 10.5 - would still be a 1.5 rise.

  4. Major League Shocker
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 1 Year
    3 months, 27 days ago

    I can't vote for Salah this season. He only got me an average of less than 11 points (after doubling) as my captain. In the second half of the season, I only owned him from GW22-24 and 36-38 and was able to spend the money more effectively elsewhere.

  5. Little Red Lacazette
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Will we ever see 300 pts Salah ever again?

    1. diesel001
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Nope. He is on the decline. But just because he is on the decline, doesn't mean he is worse than others. He just isn't as good as he was. But if your peak is so much higher than the majority, you can be in decline and still be better than the majority.

  6. shuddahaddum
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 6 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Think so. Either DeBruyne or Kane for ManCity.
    First two on my team if Ksne moves there.

    1. Ben White saved my life
      • 7 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      If Kane goes to City, will he get penos? If so, worth 14m, if not maybe 10m imo.

      1. Major League Shocker
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 1 Year
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Absolutely. KDB doesn't want to take them, and all the other City pen takers are terrible.

      2. St Pauli Walnuts
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Are you kidding? Have you seen City's pen record!

  7. Hazz
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    - Bruno : Top points in game. Nailed. Penalty + Bonus Magnet.

    - Son : Same G/A total as Salah. More bonus, much cheaper.

    - Raphinha : Admittedly a bias pick, but ticked over with points almost every week. Joy to watch. Points were predictable (unlike Harrison/Soucek etc) and he was dependable.

    - Gundogan : Incredible run of form mid-season. Having a Man City asset that in-form, that cheap and that explosive was ridiculous while it lasted.

    - Pereira : Had no right to do as well as he did in that West Brom team. Didn't return week-in week-out but went winder the radar and amassed loads of points after Christmas. Penalties too.

    1. Mr. O'Connell
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Imo Souceks points were very predictable. When everyone benched him, he got points.

      1. Hazz
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Haha, so true!

    2. CBonci
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      I hope Pereira stays in the Prem. Looks like Villa and West Ham battling it out.

  8. Bury94
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Sad how this place just goes silent in the period between seasons

    1. Black Knights
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Yeah new articles are being released before even one page of comments has been filled.

    2. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
      • 6 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      A consequence of the community being killed a few years ago unfortunately - it will pick up when the Euros get proper near though.

      1. FFS Ultras are for Kinnear
        • 8 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Amen. You know where the community resides now, in a higher place.

        1. Doosra - ☭A Noble Grape…
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Good evening. 😀

          1. Ooh Ah Cantona
            3 months, 25 days ago

            Good ebening.

      2. Feanor
        • 12 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Who killed them and why?

        1. Doosra - ☭A Noble Grape…
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Poor moderation. A fixation with "banter". 🙂

    3. Zen Arcade
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      It shows that >90% of posts are just people either wanting advice or worse, wanting folk to make every decision for them.

      The site could introduce a forum but for whatever reason they do not want to.

      1. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
        • 6 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Or the most pointless:

        Me) Salah, Bruno + 2 points
        Him) Son and Kane
        Who wins?

        What is the point?!

        1. Doosra - ☭A Noble Grape…
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          Harsh. 🙂

      2. FFS Ultras are for Kinnear
        • 8 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Clickbait over community

  9. diesel001
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    1. Fernandes - top points scorer in the game
    2. Salah - 3rd highest points scorer in the game
    3. Son - 4th highest points scorer in the game
    4. Harrison - 6th highest scoring midfielder in the game, 16 pts behind Mane and Rashford, but he is half the price
    5. Gundogan - 7th highest scoring midfielder in the game, 19 pts behind Mane and Rashford, but he is half the price.

    1. Davros
      • 12 Years
      3 months, 26 days ago

      Gundo has to be in there?

      1. Davros
        • 12 Years
        3 months, 26 days ago

        Reply fail sorry

    2. Davros
      • 12 Years
      3 months, 26 days ago

      Harrison really snuck under the radar. I’ve gone Raph as he was more explosive

    3. colby_
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 9 Years
      3 months, 26 days ago

      These were my five as well.

  10. CAVEAT KING
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 7 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Hi Guys,
    Getting frustrated trying to set up Fantasy Euros.
    I go into EUFA and click fantasy
    Click play fantasy
    It kicks me out.
    Can send me a link please
    ATM I already have a EUFA profile
    Cheers

    1. Reg Grapes
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Bit clunky for me in Safari at the beginning, ended up signing up through Firefox. This might get you a bit further https://gaming.uefa.com/en/uefaeuro2020fantasyfootball/my-team

      1. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Cheers.
        When I click that and it asks create team, it kicks me out to "games" again! Any ideas? Totally lost with firefox TBH

    2. My heart goes Salalalalah
      • 4 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      The app works for me

      1. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 7 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Wanted to do it on my computer?

        1. My heart goes Salalalalah
          • 4 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          It works on Chrome for me too

        2. Reg Grapes
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 12 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          What browser are you using and Mac/PC?

          1. CAVEAT KING
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            Chrome. Tnks for your help guys.

        3. Reg Grapes
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 12 Years
          3 months, 27 days ago

          And do you have and Ad Blocking extensions installed, if so, try turning them off for that site.

          1. Reg Grapes
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 12 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            *any

          2. CAVEAT KING
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            3 months, 27 days ago

            I do. Probably the problem. The whole site put me off TBH

    3. MARJE
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 2 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      I had a similar issue on safari. It works fine for me on the app (Euro 2020).

  11. milanista10
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    https://twitter.com/obay_eid/status/1397583921722896384?s=21

    Group D Preview now on lads, have a look if you are interested in playing the Euro Fantasy!

  12. HonestBlatter
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Any news when HoF is updated?

  13. Chandler Bing
    • 5 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Which time zone will the Euro Fantasy follow for matchdays? Need to know to decide how to plan captaincy. The app shows the fixtures according to my time zone.

    1. Reg Grapes
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      If you scroll down to the bottom of the My Team page it shows the substitution windows closing at the first kick-off of the day. Looks like you can change Captain right up until the first match of the day starts. Hope this helps - if anyone knows different, please let us all know.

  14. Isco Disco
    • 3 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Antonio Conte sacked by Inter. And he'll be paid $7M for the final year of his contract.
    Didn't he just win them the title? Any Seria A fans know why he got sacked?

    1. Ron_Swanson
      • 11 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      He was embroiled in a dispute with the club's owners after they proposed a downsizing of his squad.

      Inter chairman Steven Zhang reportedly asked Conte to cut his wage bill by 15 to 20 per cent and potentially sell players worth up to £70m this summer.

      1. ⱼₐᵣᵥᵢₛₕ
        • 6 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        £77m now 😀

    2. mixology
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Similar to his time at Chelsea, no?

      1. Isco Disco
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        I think he was sacked at Chelsea after they were on a bad run and he started having problems in the dressing room

    3. bitm2007
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      BBC are suggesting that he's on his way to Real Madrid or Spurs.

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/57262232

      1. Isco Disco
        • 3 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Spurs/Levy want a "softer manager" it seems.
        Conte doesn't suit that profile

      2. Ron_Swanson
        • 11 Years
        3 months, 27 days ago

        Not going there then!

    4. Adetro
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Maybe they've bagged Simeone.

    5. Davros
      • 12 Years
      3 months, 26 days ago

      Parent financially in trouble. They also own the Chinese league champions who have just gone bust

  15. JJeyy
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Scout don't answer emails so can a mod or someone who knows answer this, will xG and xA stats be available for- 2021 friendlies, 2021 WCQ, 2020 Uefa Nations fixtures and 2020 friendlies of all teams involved in the Euros?

    1. Doosra - ☭A Noble Grape…
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      I fear not, unless Opta are running them. 🙂

    2. Geoff
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • Has Moderation Rights
      • 8 Years
      3 months, 26 days ago

      As far as I know, there won't be xG and xA for all of those - but this is an Opta question, I don't think it's in the feeds that I've seen but I'll take a look.

      1. JJeyy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 5 Years
        3 months, 26 days ago

        Thanks, let me know

  16. Doosra - ☭A Noble Grape…
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 11 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    What is the story with membership renewal? When, and how much, please?

    1. St Pauli Walnuts
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      3 months, 27 days ago

      Isn't it annual thing from whenever you first signed up? ... rather than league season to season.

      1. Geoff
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • Has Moderation Rights
        • 8 Years
        3 months, 26 days ago

        Yeah, annual from first sign up. Info should all be on the register page too https://www.fantasyfootballscout.co.uk/register

  17. Siva Mohan
    • 9 Years
    3 months, 27 days ago

    Final Rank: 64,685

    Best GW: 27,942 and moved from 51K to 27K (GW26)

    Worst GW: 6 players played, 16 points and dropped from 55K to 93K (GW34)

    rollercoaster ride this season..

    Thanks FFS community!

  18. Davros
    • 12 Years
    3 months, 26 days ago

    Bruno, Salah, Gundo, Raph, Soucek