Our weekly player analysis is here to help you locate the best Fantasy Premier League players to own and captain for Gameweek 36
In this beginner’s guide to FanTeam, we introduce everything you need to know to get started on the platform, plus its overlap with the Fantasy Premier League.
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Wondering how to use Drafthound to boost your FPL performance? Look no further than our definitive guide to using our ranking and team analysis tools. We don’t expect you to read from A to Z (but we’d like you to). Instead, this guide is designed as a reference tool - so feel free to read the sections in whatever order you choose based on your specific need.
Our weekly player analysis is here to help you locate the best Fantasy Premier League players to own and captain for Gameweek 35
Gameweek 34 in the FPL was completed on Monday night. There were just 9 games played after the Manchester United vs Liverpool fixture was cancelled on Sunday. We saw 22 goals in those 9 fixtures, giving an average of 2.44 goals per match for the round. The highest FPL score for gameweek 34 was 125 points and the average team total was 39. Now, let’s take a closer look at all the action from gameweek 34 and see who were the FPL’s big hits and misses.
Our weekly player analysis is here to help you locate the best Fantasy Premier League players to own and captain for Gameweek 34
As part of our ongoing series of interviews with some of the Fantasy Premier League’s best managers, we sat down and spoke with the man in charge of FPL_Viking, Ulrik Varela Greve. Ulrik is currently fighting for a place in the Top 10 and he uses Drafthound every week to stay ahead of the curve.
We sat down and interviewed one of Denmark’s top fantasy football players - Anders Ettrup, manager of ‘Ettruppen’ - who uses Drafthound every week when analyzing and planning his FPL team. Keep on reading or take a look at our video chat (bottom of the article) to hear all about the way he applies Drafthound.com in his FPL decision-making process.
The FPL point system is primarily dependent on the individual player’s performance (not the team performance). You can spend a lifetime analysing all relevant events (we do so for our star-rating) but overall it’s quite simple. Some events are relevant for all types of players and some are mostly relevant for certain player positions. Here’s what you really need to know.