The community consider the FPL fixture difficulty for the 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League season.
There’s Fantasy Premier League fixture difficulty charts and in depth analysis from our Community XI.
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FPLkernow has produced a fantastic graphic detailing when each Premier League side has their easiest fixture difficulty, by avoiding our traditional top six sides.
Each team's longest set of consecutive fixtures without facing a top 6 side. pic.twitter.com/TEQt7HJ4Ul
— fplkernow (@fplkernow) July 23, 2019
Amy has produced an appealing hand written fixture difficulty chart with colour coding. This chart takes into account bookies relegation odds to decipher the difficulty of each game.
First 13 gameweeks for anyone who likes to plan ahead.
Difficulty rating is based on online relegation odds.
— Amy ⚡ (@neirbOamy) July 23, 2019
Tim Bayer uses powerful Tableau software to produce a fixture tracker for the entire season. There are some updates new for the 2019/20 Fantasy Premier League season.
My popular #FPL Fixture Tracker is back for the new 2019-20 season.
— Tim Bayer (@TimBayer93) July 21, 2019
It’s the short term schedule which is most important to FPL managers. FPL Vs outlines the opening six gameweeks and considers the defensive qualities of the opposition using last seasons data.
#ODR Tracker for the first 6 GWs based on last seasons defensive stats.
Will be reviewed after #GW6
Retweets appreciated ?? pic.twitter.com/RgjzKJ3xa0
— ?????? (@FPLUFC) July 12, 2019
Richard Kenny analyses the effectiveness of the Official Fantasy Premier League Fixture Difficulty Rating, with some interesting results. This resource shouldn’t be discounted!
— Richard Kenny (@InfernoSix) July 19, 2019
— Richard Kenny (@InfernoSix) July 12, 2019
FPL School gives his fixture ratings in a popular Twitter thread. It’s the first four games in mind and a simple emoji rating for whether or not it’s a favourable fixture.
FIXTURES! A THREAD
— FPL School (@fplschool) July 2, 2019
FPL Tips considers the fixtures on YouTube, with particular focus on rotating pairs. All of our clubs have a paired team for home/away and other sides dovetail nicely for easy or hard fixtures.
? NEW #FPL VIDEO ?
? Fixture Rotation Pairs for the 2019/20 Season!
— FPLtips (@_FPLtips) July 2, 2019
A new feature for the Premier League this season is the new Winter Break in February. It looks as though it won’t have huge implications for FPL, with just a longer gameweek.
— Legomané (@Legomane_FPL) July 1, 2019
FPL Hints returns with his annual instalment of the Fixture Difficulty Rating in the opening four gameweeks. With many managers planning to wildcard in the first International Break, it’s a helpful spell to consider.
FPLHINTS' Fixture Difficulty Rating – First Four Gameweeks (19/20).
Ideal for those that are planning on using their wildcard during the September international break.
New 3-2-1 scale introduced!
Summary of findings:
— FPL Hints (@FPLHints) June 29, 2019
Rebant shares an interesting fixture difficulty graphic with the community which charts the trend of fixture challenge for some of the most high profile teams in the Premier League.
Came across a very interesting viz by @GeorgeBall95 late last night and realised something similar could be done for FPL as well.
— Rebant Malhotra (@RebantMalhotra) June 16, 2019
In my first Fantasy Football Hub Member’s Post, I consider the fixture calendar for the opening eight gameweeks. It could be a busy spell for some with European fixtures to consider too.
? NEW #FPL POST ?
New Hub contributor @FFCommunity_ takes a look a the upcoming fixture calendar (members' content)
✅ Pre-season and Gameweek 1-8 overview
✅ Implications for our #FPL teams
RTs appreciated ?
— Fantasy Football Hub (@FFH_HQ) July 24, 2019
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