In GW20 I introduced the idea of a value for money team. In that first week it scored 93 points which was 44 points above the average. I promised to provide regular updates and this is the first of those updates. Continue reading
In Game Week 20 I created a team based on “value for money”. The squad value was £98.8m and I had £1.2m in the bank. It scored 93 points and achieved a Game Week rank of 3,498! What can we learn from this, and what should we look for going forward? Can this help managers on a wild card? Continue reading
After game week 7, I wrote an article putting forward strong case to support the argument to select three Liverpool midfielders. The points were as follows:
- Any three out of five of the attacking Liverpool midfielders scored at least 5.24 points/player/game over the first 7 game weeks.
- Liverpool’s top 3 midfielders scored as many points (127) as Arsenal’s, but at a much lower cost.
- Liverpool has 4 players in the list of 15 top scoring midfielders.
- After the home game against Man Utd in game week 8 they have very good fixtures.
What has happened since game week 7? Did I triple up on Liverpool midfielders? Is there still a case for three Liverpool midfielders? This article will hopefully answer these questions. Continue reading
Before the season started I did not plan on having any Liverpool players in my team. This was mainly because Liverpool started the season with some tough fixtures compared to other teams. But then Liverpool played well in preseason and Arsenal, their opening day opponents, had defensive injury problems. Plus Liverpool’s second fixture was away to Burnley, so I took a punt on Firmino. Continue reading