Fantasy football is a popular pastime for many people. It’s a way to pass the time during the NFL season without watching any actual football games. This article will provide you with our premier league fantasy football rankings for the upcoming season.
We will always provide analysis and advice on who to pick as your team’s starting quarterback, running back, and receiver. We hope you enjoy our premier league fantasy football rankings in this year’s edition!
Team Base Stats
Before getting into the nitty gritty of who to pick in your fantasy Premier League team, it’s important to understand the team stats that will impact who gets selected. There are many factors you need to consider when making your selections, including goal difference, goals scored, clean sheets, and saves. Here is a rundown of the key stats for each team:
-Chelsea: Chelsea have the best defensive record in the league with 10 shutouts so far this season. They also lead the league with 32 goals scored and just 11 conceded. Eden Hazard has been Chelsea’s top scorer with 12 goals, while Diego Costa has contributed nine.
-Arsenal: Arsenal rank second in the league with 25 goals scored and just six conceded. Mesut Ozil is their leading scorer with ten goals, while Alexis Sanchez has scored seven. However, their defense has been shaky at times; they have only managed one clean sheet this season.
-Manchester City: Manchester City are third in the league with 24 goals scored and eight conceded. Sergio Aguero leads City with 14 goals while David Silva has contributed eleven assists. They have a good record in terms of keeping clean sheets as they have four so far this season. The main downside for City is that they haven’t been able to score many against weaker teams which could cost them points down the stretch if they don’t improve performances against teams lower on the table.
Each week, we’ll highlight a premier league fantasy football player who is likely to have a big impact on your team.
In this edition, we take a look at Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah.
In his first Premier League season with Liverpool, Mohamed Salah was one of the most efficient players in the league. He scored 44 goals and added 31 assists for 95 points, which was good for fifth place among all players and good for 34 more points than any other player. What’s even more impressive is that he did all of this despite playing in only 34 matches!
Salah did some amazing things with Liverpool this year. He led the team in shots taken (138), shots on target (50), goals (44), and assists (31). He also finished second in total game time played behind only Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero. In addition, Salah ranked first in touches inside the box (179) and third in chances created (159). These are just a few of his impressive statistics. Needless to say, there is no doubt that Salah will be a top scoring player again next season.
To help you dominate your fantasy Premier League lineup, here are keeper tips from top fantasy football experts.
1. Draft wisely. Don’t draft players just because they are popular or have good stats from the past. Always put together a team that can win games, not one that will rack up points simply by being existent in your league.
2. Ignore injuries. Obviously, if a player is injured and unavailable for your team, you should bench him immediately (unless he’s someone like David De Gea who is automatically benched in most leagues). But if a player is healthy and available but doesn’t start the game, it’s usually best to just hold on to him since his stats won’t be affected by the injury.
3. Use trade picks wisely. Trade picks early in the draft so you can make moves that will help you win games rather than collecting points simply by being in the league. Trade picks often – do not wait until later in the draft when teams are desperate to move players and there may be no good deals available to you!
4.. Make sure all players Baltazar Balan has on your roster are starting caliber players who will provide value every week. Unless a player is on IR or heading to international duty, Balan strongly recommends starting them each week even if they don’t score a lot of goals or assists.:)
As the Premier League season draws to a close, it’s time for all of our fantasy football managers to start putting their final touches to their teams. If you’re still looking for some last-minute inspiration, we’ve put together a list of Premier League fantasy football tips for 2023 that should help you win your league this year!