Scout Notes

How a dramatic Gameweek 38 played out in FPL

What a day of football we had on Sunday, with drama at both ends of the Premier League table.

Rather than bombard you with the usual Scout Notes (let’s be honest, any takeaways from Gameweek 38 will be long forgotten by August), we instead bring you this briefer game-by-game round-up of the final day.

By Tom Freeman and Neale Rigg

MANCHESTER CITY 3-2 ASTON VILLA

Manchester City retained their Premier League crown by coming from two goals down to beat Aston Villa, although there was scant reward for owners of the Citizens’ players in FPL. Only Kevin De Bruyne (£12.1m) of the players owned by more than 1% of the top 10k delivered anything more than appearance points on Sunday; the Belgian’s assist took him to 21 attacking returns in his last 20 starts. As for Villa, their record of having not beaten any top-seven club under Steven Gerrard still stands but neither Liverpool nor City have defeated the Villans by more than one goal this season. With a few more decent acquisitions and a full pre-season under their belt, they will be ones to watch next year. Matty Cash (£5.3m) is certainly someone who has prospered under the current regime: his goal at the Etihad made it six attacking returns in 27 appearances since Dean Smith departed, on top of nine clean sheets.

LIVERPOOL 3-1 WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

Mohamed Salah (£13.1m) made sure that this was his best-ever season for FPL points since 2017/18 with a goal off the bench in Sunday’s ultimately futile 3-1 win over Wolves. That was only the Egyptian’s fourth non-penalty goal in 15 post-AFCON appearances and it’ll be interesting to see just how ‘essential’ FPL managers deem him come Gameweek 1 of 2022/23, with the premium pool set to be even bigger thanks the addition of Erling Haaland. Six points was a modest reward for the 3.2% of managers (top 10k ownership figures) who kept hold of him but in truth, many of the Salah replacements – including goalscoring teammate Sadio Mane (£11.8m) – outscored him in Gameweek 38. Despite the loss of a clean sheet due to Pedro Neto’s (£6.2m) goal, Joel Matip (£5.3m) finished 2021/22 as the best-value player in FPL based on points per million. His assist for Salah’s strike meant that he ended the campaign having averaged 5.5 points per match, a figure beaten by just four other defenders.

NORWICH CITY 0-5 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

Salah ended up with only a share of the Golden Boot as Son Heung-min‘s (£11.2m) brace in Spurs’ comfortable win at Norwich meant that the South Korean winger and FPL’s leading points scorer ended 2021/22 tied on 23 Premier League goals. What an achievement this was for Son given that not one of his strikes was a penalty, and we now await the inevitable starting price rise following his 258-point campaign. Son, the most-owned and most-captained player in the top 10k in Gameweek 38, had to take a back seat for much of Sunday’s contest as Dejan Kulusevski (£6.3m) and Harry Kane (£12.5m) ran up double-digit hauls. Kulusevski will be an interesting proposition next season if Son is priced out of our grasp: since the Swede made his full debut in Gameweek 26, Spurs’ front three are first, second and third for FPL points among players.

ARSENAL 5-1 EVERTON

Arsenal recorded a comfortable 5-1 win over a much-changed Everton side missing the likes of Richarlison (£7.6m) on Sunday, but had to settle for a fifth-place finish following Tottenham Hotspur’s win. Gabriel Martinelli (£5.3m) surprisingly stepped up ahead of Bukayo Saka (£6.7m) to convert a first-half penalty, before goals from Eddie Nketiah (£5.7m), Cedric Soares (£4.2m), Gabriel Magalhaes (£5.3m) and Martin Odegaard (£5.6m) sealed the win. As a result, the Gunners will compete in next season’s Europa League and will have to cope with a more demanding Thursday-Sunday-Thursday schedule. Meanwhile, after conceding another goal in Gameweek 38, the Gunners have now failed to keep a single clean sheet in each of their last 10 Premier League matches.

CHELSEA 2-1 WATFORD

Chelsea ended their 2021/22 campaign with a narrow win over already-relegated Watford at Stamford Bridge. Kai Havertz (£7.9m) put the hosts ahead before Ross Barkley (£5.2m) netted a Reece James (£6.5m) cross after Dan Gosling (£4.7m) had grabbed a late consolation for the visitors. Antonio Rudiger (£6.1m), meanwhile, signed off before his summer move to Real Madrid with a nine-pointer, courtesy of a rather fortunate clean sheet – plus maximum bonus – after he was withdrawn prior to Thomas Tuchel’s side conceding. Elsewhere, Ben Chilwell (£5.6m) came off the bench late on for the first time since rupturing his cruciate knee ligament in November, and is a name to look out for when next season’s FPL prices are revealed.

LEICESTER CITY 4-1 SOUTHAMPTON

James Maddison (£6.9m) scored for the fourth successive league match as an expected thrashing of Southampton eventually materialised. Maddison had blanked in 11 of his first 12 appearances of the season but in the subsequent 23 run-outs, he has delivered a phenomenal 22 attacking returns. Jamie Vardy (£10.3m) also continued his last-season purple patch with his sixth attacking return in four matches. While Vardy did suffer an injury-ravaged campaign, he still ended up as the best forward for points per start (5.9). Leicester being out of Europe next season will help alleviate any concerns over rotation and focus matters on the league; we saw the benefits of that with Arsenal for much of the year. As for sorry Southampton, who ended the season in relegation form, dead-ball whizz James Ward-Prowse (£6.4m) made it 10 goals for 2021/22 with a late penalty and ended up finishing over 50 FPL points clear of his nearest teammate.

BURNLEY 1-2 NEWCASTLE UNITED

Burnley’s six-season stay in the Premier League came to an end on Sunday after a 2-1 loss to Newcastle United at Turf Moor. The Clarets knew that victory would ensure survival, but a brace of goals from Callum Wilson (£7.1m) handed Eddie Howe’s side the win despite Maxwel Cornet’s (£5.8m) consolation. Sean Dyche was sacked in April with Burnley in the relegation zone, and despite interim manager Mike Jackson inspiring them to three successive wins after his appointment, they failed to win any of the final four games of 2021/22. As a result, they will join Watford and Norwich City in the Championship next season, both of whom were relegated earlier this month. The Magpies, meanwhile, are ones to watch next year, having earned 38 points in 2022 – a total exceeded by only Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

BRENTFORD 1-2 LEEDS UNITED

Leeds United clinched Premier League safety with Jack Harrison (£5.5m) netting an injury-time winner in a 2-1 victory over nine-man Brentford. After a nervy first half, Raphinha (£6.3m) converted a penalty before Thomas Frank’s side fought back and levelled through Sergi Canos (£5.5m). However, the Spaniard was booked for taking his shirt off celebrating, before then being shown a second yellow card shortly after for a foul, leaving his side with nine men after Kristoffer Ajer (£4.4m) had been forced off through injury (the Bees had already used their substitutions). Leeds were then able to capitalise via Harrison’s added-time winner, which means they avoid dropping to the Championship.

CRYSTAL PALACE 1-0 MANCHESTER UNITED

Crystal Palace ended the season on 12 clean sheets, a tally beaten only by the top five this season. It hasn’t been a fluke, either: only Manchester City have conceded fewer big chances than the Eagles in 2021/22. Wilfried Zaha (£6.9m) was Palace’s match-winner in their victory over a sorry Manchester United, taking his tally to 14 for the season – no midfielder outside of the ‘big six’ can match that. As for the Red Devils, the only positive from this dismal season is that their key assets will be cheaper in FPL next year. Let’s hope Erik ten Hag can revitalise a cut-price Bruno Fernandes (£11.6m), for example, after the Portuguese finished with a points-per-match average (4.2) inferior to 45 other players.

BRIGHTON 3-1 WEST HAM

West Ham United will play Europa Conference League football next season after a 3-1 defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion on the final day. Michail Antonio (£7.3m) put the Hammers in front with a wonderful strike that found the top corner, but Graham Potter’s side hit back through Joel Veltman (£4.2m), Pascal Gross (£5.6m) and Danny Welbeck (£6.0m) goals. The latter has certainly finished the campaign strongly, too, with at least one attacking return in each of his last five appearances, while the Seagulls suffered defeat in just one of their final nine matches, a 3-0 loss to Manchester City in April.

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392 Comments Post a Comment
  1. Inazuma X1
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Who will Carvalho replace in the Liverpool line up? Or he's the one for the future?

    1. The Wise Owl
      • 6 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      He's 19, probably being sent out on loan.

  2. Inazuma X1
    • 4 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    How good is Boubacar Kamara?

  3. Neto
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Are you going to miss Covid chaos? The last minute match cancelations, player quarantine rumours, extra FH, BGWs and DGWs. Aye or No

    1. Inazuma X1
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Covid is going no where. Expect more chaos next season with the World cup around

    2. Monklane
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      No. I went way beyond fun for me.

    3. NateDog
      • 1 Year
      1 month, 7 days ago

      No, it was too much. Destroyed planning mid-term and long-term and far too many long, drawn out gameweeks.

      1. Sloopy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        ^ this!

    4. Ruinenlust
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Monkeypox Out now

    5. Jebiga
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      World cup in november

    6. Zim0
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I think once is enough 😆

    7. Neto
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I think the Noes have it.

    8. Scots Gooner
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      I hated the cancellations and constant threat of cancellations.

      However, I seemed to do well amongst the blanks and constant doubles.

      I’m quite hit-happy and think the regular doubles suited that style of play. Next season, (a more normal season hopefully), I’ll need to be more restrained.

  4. Riverside Red
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 3 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Head to head community league state:
    At the end of the year, five teams will be promoted from each division to a division in the league above. And ten teams will be relegated from each division to a division in the league below.
    How is the balance of the numbers in the leagues maintained...am I missing something.

    1. SteJ
      • 3 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      2x more leagues in the division below.
      Pyramid system

      1. Riverside Red
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Thanks...the penny has dropped now

  5. Scots Gooner
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 5 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    What do we reckon Son’s price will be next season?

    Sad to lose what’s been an affordable beast these past two seasons. He’s bound to be in the premium category next season and less value.

    1. Inazuma X1
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      12m

    2. Camzy
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 12 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      11.5m

      He could still be worth bringing in for good Spurs fixture spells.

    3. Baines on Toast...
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Finished at 11.2 so I think 11.5 is likely. 11.0 would be very kind.

    4. Baines on Toast...
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 11 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Premiums I think:

      Salah 13
      Haaland 12.5
      Kane 12
      KDB 12
      Son 11.5
      Bruno 11.5

      1. Zim0
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Bruno and Son can't be the same price. Bruno should be significantly less

        1. Baines on Toast...
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          I'm basing this all on precedent.

          Players drop much slower than they rise (see Mane, Sterling over the years). Bruno was the top scorer one season ago, he's not going below 11 and I think that'd be optimistic.

          As for Haaland, I think 12.5 reflects the fact he's new to the game/league (hence Salah still more expensive) but that he could potentially be outrageously effective. He could even by 13 but that'd be unprecedented.

          1. Baps hunter
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            I agree with this one. And there is also good reasoning behind it. KdB had difficult last season, but we know what he is capable to do. Both Sterling and Mane have dropped very slowly and just think how expensive Firmino has been.

      2. Zim0
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 3 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Haaland should also be 11-11.5. He's new and not proven in the league

        1. Jebiga
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          13.5

          1. Zim0
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            Stop being a fanboy.

            1. Jebiga
              • 10 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              Dude you can not compare world class players in age of 21 and 28

              1. Scots Gooner
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                1 month, 7 days ago

                Exactly? A proven 28 year old world class player should cost more than a young, new to the league player surely?

                Haaland is obviously world class and an exciting talent, but there’s nothing certain when moving to a new league. Therefore, he’ll hopefully be priced appropriately.

        2. Camzy
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 12 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          Ronaldo came into a much worse team at age 36 and was priced at 12.5m.

          I think Haaland has to be 12m minimum.

          1. Baps hunter
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            12.5 or same as Salah I'd say. I agree here with Baines. How could Haaland be cheaper than old Ronaldo? He is new perhaps, but plays for the best team. Had Kun been nailed, he would have been more expensive.

          2. Zim0
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            Because its Ronaldo and he was overhyped

      3. CAVEAT KING
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 8 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Son @12 Bruno @ 10.5 maybe

        1. Jebiga
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          Bruno 10.5, really?
          8.5 at max

          1. CAVEAT KING
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 8 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            They will never drop him like that. He needs an upturn to his old self and he will end up 100% ownership.

      4. Jebiga
        • 10 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        Salah more expensive than Halland? LOL

        1. CAVEAT KING
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          I am willing to have a bet with you salah will be the most expensive.

          1. Jebiga
            • 10 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            But why, maybe he will not be in pool anymore, and he became the same as kane, injury and fitness prone. Good for pool if they sold him for a big money tho...

            1. CAVEAT KING
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 8 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              Not at Pool is a different argument all together. His performances are consistently better than others, He was 12.5 and went past 13 this season. His performances dipped after Afcon. FPL Towers don't change much. Vert rarely does a premium forward pay to buy in his first season so Haaland would be a no no for me at the start if over 11.5.

            2. The Mentaculus
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              1 month, 7 days ago

              I've gone without Salah for much of the 2nd half of the season, but I think his dropoff in form was mainly down to post-AFCON fitness/fatigue. Pretty sure I'll start with him next season. Way too hasty to write him as having peaked already

              1. The Mentaculus
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                1 month, 7 days ago

                * write him off

      5. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        I like your predictions and agree with all of them except Bruno.

        Bruno has been playing deeper so I think he'll be 11m might even be 10.5m.

        It's Mane that I hope they lower in price. 11m would be good for Mane.

        1. Baines on Toast...
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 11 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          Oh yeah Mane they've got wrong for years, hope they get that right.

        2. Baps hunter
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 4 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          Bruno has been playing deeper (like Kane and KdB sometimes), but we have zero idea if that is going to continue. Is Ronaldo going to stay without CL? If not, we can see Bruno playing more forward and doing well. No way can he be only 10.5, hardly even 11.

          1. Camzy
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 12 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            11m is fair I think given what we've seen.

            11.5m would be too pricy imo given uncertainty over United, his role in the team and penalties not being exclusively his.

            1. Baps hunter
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              Depends on whether CR7 is going to stay. Without him Bruno is much better asset.

    5. Jebiga
      • 10 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Son at leaat 11 as a current winner of the golden boot

    6. PascalCygan
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      11.5 would be my guess.

      Any chance he's reclassified as a forward, considering he's very much a forward these days?

      I know it's a topic that's raised most summers but, given the lack of strikers in the game this season and the usual abundance of midfielders, more reason than ever to reclassify the likes of Salah and Mane as forwards too? You'd never describe Salah as a midfielder.

      1. Baines on Toast...
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 11 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        I just think the game is less fun (fewer goals in your XI) if those players are forwards. Son will be a mid as long as Kane is playing centrally.

        1. PascalCygan
          • 4 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          I get the idea in principle but in Son's case he was more advanced than Kane for most of the season. And nobody plays further ahead than Salah for Liverpool. Reclassifying one or two might open the game up and force us to make a few trickier decisions, which would be a good thing. At least Haaland's arrival will shake things up.

      2. Camzy
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 12 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        The problem with reclassifying him as a forward is that it forces a lot of inverted wingers to be priced as forwards as well for consistency.

        You can't just make Salah a forward and keep Son, Sterling, Mane, Mahrez, Rashford, Havertz among many others as mids as well.

        1. PascalCygan
          • 4 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          The way Zaha was reclassified as a forward a couple of years ago, you could argue there's already a lack of consistency in that regard.

          Could you have two types of midfielders one day? Perhaps that makes it too complicated for fairweather players and lessens the game's broad appeal. But it seems nonsensical that players such as Son, Salah and Havertz - who are essentially strikers - get points for clean sheets, for example.

          I don't expect Son or Salah to be reclassified but I could see the case for it.

          1. Camzy
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 12 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            You know...

            I think they should consider giving forwards clean sheet points. Forwards now do more defending than ever before - often more than the wingers who have higher average positioning.

            Would it really make forwards that much better if they got clean sheets? 4 points for a goal but plus clean sheets give Kane 14 more points.

            He's still worse than Salah or Son.

            1. PascalCygan
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              An interesting thought. Good talking point!

            2. Baps hunter
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              I don't believe they will do that. They are too conservative imo. I'd expect them just to make forwards cheaper. However, two mids winning golden boot over forwards shows that system has quite big flaw.

  6. Jebiga
    • 10 Years
    1 month, 7 days ago

    Any template chips strategy for the next season?

    - Covid
    - World cup in November
    - Halland and possible Mane/Salah transfers out

    1. SonnyPikey
        1 month, 7 days ago

        bit early man

    2. Ruinenlust
      • 4 Years
      1 month, 7 days ago

      Fun fact:

      Liverpool won ZERO league games against the top 4 this season.

      1. el polako
        • Fantasy Football Scout Member
        • 4 Years
        1 month, 7 days ago

        They also lost zero.

        1. noissimbus
            1 month, 7 days ago

            They drew all 8 matches is what they were trying to say.

            1. noissimbus
                1 month, 7 days ago

                6 matches*

              • el polako
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 4 Years
                1 month, 7 days ago

                6 matches, Einstein.

            2. Ruinenlust
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              Warra Premier League title for Liverpool

          • Echoes
            • 1 Year
            1 month, 7 days ago

            Sh*t club 😉

        2. CAVEAT KING
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 8 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          So next season as it is the flavor on here.
          3 4 3 formation out of the window compared to previous seasons.
          A big revamp on wing backs.
          A wild card on the start of games after the world cup.
          A restructure on Price rises/drops (Hopefully)
          A look at the 60 minute rule with 5 subs coming in.
          A closer look at "locked in" gameweeks to suit a world wide audience.
          Just a few thoughts

          1. el polako
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            Big 5 at the back to be preseason obsession round here, once again.

            1. CAVEAT KING
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 8 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              Yep. Unless radical price changes or position structures come into play.

          2. Scots Gooner
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            Transparency regarding price rises/falls would be good imo.

            Possibly restricting prices changes to deadline would be good too, so you’re not forced into early transfers mid week.

            Although, I suspect there will be minimal, if any, changes to the game.

          3. Rassi
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 7 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            I already hate how the third WC (post world cup) will make teams even more uniform.

            Ability to roll 2 transfers is all I am wishing for. Won't happen though.

        3. Giggs Boson
          • Fantasy Football Scout Member
          • 10 Years
          1 month, 7 days ago

          With Haaland's arrival, that means Mahrez, Jesus, Foden, Grealish and Sterling are competing for just 2 spots.

          It'll be interesting to see where Sterling moves this summer...

          1. Baines on Toast...
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 11 Years
            1 month, 7 days ago

            Imagine being Grealish and not even getting on the pitch yesterday then watching Gundogan win the league.

            So much of Pep's success is down to somehow keeping this obscene squad happy, but you have to imagine there could be a lto of discontent if something went awry.

            1. Jebiga
              • 10 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              Grealish will be nailed next season i can see that

              1. SonnyPikey
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  no way

            2. Jebiga
              • 10 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              I think they will dump mahrez in psg, foden and grealish top spots, sterling on bench

              1. SonnyPikey
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  mahrez will stay

              2. reubster
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 10 Years
                1 month, 7 days ago

                I don't think that versatility is helping. They've desperately needed KDB to give them attacking direction, otherwise everyone runs around a lot and has no real thrust.

                They could realistically offload Mahrez, Jesus and Sterling this summer. Squad needs a revamp I think.

                With Sterling, it'll depend on his wages ask, eh. I'd love him to come to Spurs though. Gosh.

                1. G00LI0
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 4 Years
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  KDB and silva are a step ahead in terms of game intelligence. Kdbs positional sense is incredible. He also very unselfish which is not the case with some of his teammates. Either that or they just don't see things as quick as him. I don't know how he contains his frustration at times.

            3. g40steve
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              When do we go again for next season, for diary

            4. Cojones of Destiny
              • 4 Years
              1 month, 7 days ago

              whats AZ's rank?

              1. CAVEAT KING
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                1 month, 7 days ago

                Sargent Major?

              2. DavidBW
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 1 Year
                1 month, 7 days ago

                A - First
                Z - Last

              3. Echoes
                • 1 Year
                1 month, 7 days ago

                AZ is the 48th state of USA

                1. Baps hunter
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 4 Years
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  I thought it was 2nd after Alabama in alphabetical order.

                  1. NorCal Villan
                      1 month, 7 days ago

                      Alaska after Alabama

                  1. Baps hunter
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 4 Years
                    1 month, 7 days ago

                    Ouch... Tough league, 3 did better than me. I really need sort my sh*t out and not give too much ground again with my gw 1 team next season.

              4. Whats the Mata?
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 7 Years
                1 month, 7 days ago

                10 points behind ML leader. Any way I can win it now?

                1. el polako
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 4 Years
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  Yes , just play your beach boost.

                2. Echoes
                  • 1 Year
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  Ask your ML leader to take a -12 hit

              5. SonnyPikey
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  beach boost activated

                  1. Echoes
                    • 1 Year
                    1 month, 7 days ago

                    Pamela Anderson TC?

                • wulfrunian
                  • 5 Years
                  1 month, 7 days ago

                  FPL is so difficult in our days.Simon March had won FPL with 2470 points.2470 points in this season has a manager aroun150kJamie Pigott has 2844 points.

                  1. Rassi
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 7 Years
                    1 month, 7 days ago

                    Can't compare this season to others. We had crazy many DGWs and that means a lot more points.

                  2. circusmonkey
                    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                    • 11 Years
                    1 month, 7 days ago

                    Lots more DGWs this year though. I doubt such totals will be seen again in regular seasons.

                  3. wulfrunian
                    • 5 Years
                    1 month, 7 days ago

                    Even Fpl winner 20/21 Michael Coone 2,680 points.

                    1. Josh.E
                        1 month, 7 days ago

                        More engaged players in the game now I think

                        1. wulfrunian
                          • 5 Years
                          1 month, 7 days ago

                          Doesn't matter.

                  4. Jässi
                    • 5 Years
                    1 month, 7 days ago

                    Any way to check what is the average amount of hits top 10k managers took this season (or any other season)?

                    1. Baps hunter
                      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                      • 4 Years
                      1 month, 7 days ago

                      Send email to @ragabolly at livefpl and ask him to check it and tell someone here (@ Skonto Rigga) to write articles about that and other interesting data?