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  1. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 4 hours, 58 mins ago

    Chucky has created a league for FFS players. Code to join is SL4DYNFE2SXCLM » Read

  2. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 5 hours, 58 mins ago

    Ben Crellin has branched out to cricket!Actually useful with the double and blank rounds.Key question is finding that cheap enabler who will play and get some points. With the pricing you probably only need one of them in the team. » Read

  3. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 6 hours, 1 min ago

    Sunderland, hopefully. » Read

  4. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 10 hours, 37 mins ago

    Mane, Vardy and Laca will be bargains at those prices IMO. » Read

  5. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 10 hours, 52 mins ago

    Laca scored fewer points than Vardy and at a similar rate (pts per 90 mins) to Vardy. So hard to justify him being priced equivalent to Auba and more than Vardy. Maybe they will put him at £10.5m » Read

  6. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 11 hours, 12 mins ago

    Salah should only be priced £0.5m more than Sterling, Aguero and Mane next season IMO. Hazard probably won't be in the game. Auba and Kane should be £0.5m less than those 3. Vardy another £0.5m less or perhaps £1.0m less because he plays for a non-Top 6 club. Laca the same as VardySo something likeSalah - £12.0m Sterling, Aguero, Mane - £11.5m Auba, Kane - £11.0m Vardy, Laca - £10.0m » Read

  7. Why Sadio Mane was the best-value premium FPL midfielder in 2018/19 11 hours, 34 mins ago

    I disagree with Salah this season. He didn't live up to his £13.0m price tag.I can't think of any players recently (last 5 seasons) who have been priced at £12.0m or above who have lived up to their price tag to be honest.Because of vice-captaincy, Sterling was a better pick for the captaincy this season. And Mane, Hazard, Sterling all offered better value than Salah. » Read

  8. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 14 hours, 26 mins ago

    Who are the really cheap players who will play? » Read

  9. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 1 day, 7 hours ago

    You need to find those 3/4 players at each position to complement your Top 6 / Everton players.This season they were Etheridge, Doherty, Fraser and Jimenez. » Read

  10. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 1 day, 7 hours ago

    Good points on Zouma and Gueye. Hoping PSG go for Doucoure rather than Gueye and Chelsea have given up on Zouma and so let him go. » Read

  11. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 1 day, 8 hours ago

    Of the Top 30 top scoring players in FPL - 25 of them play for one of the Top 6 and Everton.The exceptions are Vardy, Jimenez, Wilson, Fraser and Milivojevic.Really does pay to focus on Top 6 players in the bulk of your team. I think Everton will also be good next season because they have no European football and momentum (particularly defensively) coming in from the back of last season. » Read

  12. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 1 day, 8 hours ago

    I agree it won't be much data. But I still think it will be interesting to see. Especially if you can see who (which player) won the penalties before VAR and after VAR. » Read

  13. Early kick off time 1 day, 13 hours ago

    Nice analysis. Other than Firmino and Spurs though I am not seeing a significant difference in performance. » Read

  14. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 1 day, 13 hours ago

    It would be interesting to see if certain teams saw an increase in penalties awarded for or against them across the two seasons (before VAR and after VAR) » Read

  15. VAR impact on FPL may not be straight-forward 1 day, 13 hours ago

    Boly handball goal vs Man City. City would have won the title by even more points if that goal had not stood. » Read

  16. How FPL winner Adam Levy used Fantasy Football Scout to help him triumph 1 day, 13 hours ago

    FFS seems to be doing well. They have transitioned from being a company that was so small that they were exempt from producing accounts to one where there are required to produce micro-accounts. Capital and reserves are going up every year and because of their model (i.e. don't need lots of tangible fixed assets) that is mostly cash.Fair play to them for making a good go of it as a business. » Read

  17. The lessons learned from 2018/19's Forwards of the Year candidates 3 days, 47 mins ago

    My FPL team of the season. Just chose the 11 players with the most points, subject to having 1 GK, at least 3 defenders and at least 1 forwardAlisson Robertson VVD TAA Salah Hazard Mane Sterling Auba Aguero Jimenez » Read

  18. The lessons learned from 2018/19's Forwards of the Year candidates 3 days, 1 hour ago

    I agree with TM. » Read

  19. What to expect from Sheffield United's attacking options in FPL 3 days, 7 hours ago

    Can you afford to have Salah, Sterling, Mane, Hazard, Fraser though, as well as Robbo, Alisson, Auba etc.?The team of the season is flawed if it lets you have an unlimited budget and choose more than 3 players from any team. Any FPL player is constrained by both budget (£100m starting budget) and team limits. The team of the season should reflect those constraints. » Read

  20. What to expect from Sheffield United's attacking options in FPL 3 days, 12 hours ago

    Tosun is a crap player. Sorry, but Tosun has never shown the level of consistency that Siggy has delivered in the PL. Siggy has delivered for Spurs, Swansea and Everton. Siggy is like a cut price version of Eriksen. » Read