Friday, 6 June 2014

Fantasy Football - May 2013/14

GW37 is an enormous one, as 10 teams have re-arranged additional fixtures. The biggest winners of these double gameweeks are Sunderland and Man City. Happily for me, those are the two teams I built my wildcard around. I total 86pts. The big disappointment is my captain Aguero, who goes off injured after 27mins of the first game and sits out the second. Meanwhile Jon, my biggest rival at the end of the season, earns a whopping 110pts as his captain Yaya Toure nets 34pts single-handedly. Andrew did the worst this week, only making 54pts, but his mini-league victory is already assured.

GW38 is the last week. Kompany, Schurrle, Gerrard and Ramsey all bring in the points for me. Jon brings in, and captains Sturridge. But it's not enough. I beat him for the week, and beat him for the season.

Ross was the top performer in April & May. He made 418pts in the last 6 GWs. That lead him to lead Q4.

At the end of the year, Andrew wins with 2,318pts. I finish second, 102pts behind him. Jon is third, 36pts behind me. James finishes last with 2,011.

At the end of the season, the players with the highest individual score are Suarez (295pts), Yaya Toure (241pts), and Gerrard (205pts).

The best value outfield players were Koscielny, Fonte and Joel Ward. They didn't score many goal from set-pieces, they just played almost every game.

RVP is still the most expensive player in the game. His injury record ruined him as a fantasy prospect. He missed the vast majority of the season. Despite only playing 12 full games this season, he still scored 12 goals and made 3 assists.

The player with the biggest price drop is Erik Lamela. Spurs' summer signing only played one full match, and that was their 6-0 defeat to Man City! Other dissapoitments were Wilfred Zaha, Samuel Oto'o and Jesus Navas.

The top scoring centre-backs were Skrtel and Caulker. Baines and Coleman of Everton got 11 goals between them playing as full backs. Caulker was also the only outfield player to make it through all 3,420mins of the premier league season.

Luis Suarez was the clear player of the season. Despite beginning the campaign with a 5 match ban, he never missed another game and always played the full match. His incredible reliability meant he ended the year as both the top goal-scorer with 30, and also the top assister with 25. His exceptional year defines 2013/14.

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