Sites to help your FPL management

Here is a preview of some useful contributors to the Fantasy Premier League (FPL) universe. Our Community XI page lists more.

Live FPL

An immediate way to see how the latest goal or match event has affected your rank, both globally and within mini leagues. You can check effective ownership (EO) statistics for different rank tiers and track progress of legendary FPL managers.

The website has also developed other features such as a transfer planner and a ‘What If?’ scenario predictor.

Jumpers for Goalposts

Includes a handy season planner and weekly articles on captaincy options, alongside a look at recent meetings between the weekend’s opponents.

Premier Fantasy Tools

The guys from PFT kindly provided a guide to their website here, explaining their sophisticated tools designed to help FPL managers optimise their teams.

They provide their own fixture difficulty tool, a hindsight dream team feature and an ability to create watchlists of your favourite FPL managers, with their at-a-glance weekly information.

Fantasy Football Scout

Recent winners of the ‘Best in Fantasy Football: Editorial’ category at the Football Content Awards, FFS is the leading site for FPL content, tools and advice.

Weekly features include an in-depth press conference round-up, advice from Pro Pundits and a Meet the Manager series.

Join its 230,000 Twitter followers and 70,000 YouTube subscribers, or give a listen to podcasts such as FPL Blackbox and Scoutcast. Popular videos include a weekly Q&A, captaincy debates and a live watchalong of the early kick-off.

The site has a very popular Members Area, with community talk and a YouTube channel.

All About FPL

As you can see when first entering the site, All About FPL is a comprehensive website that provides regular articles that look at the upcoming gameweek’s captains, transfer trends and watchlist.

Statistical analysis is covered, as is the gut feeling that comes with the ‘eye test’. There is also a nostalgic nod to past years of FPL and whether we can learn anything from them.

FPL Insights

An idea behind FPL Insights is to create one single data point that combines expected assists, expected goals and expected clean sheets, with proportions altered per position. In theory, this allows managers to compare and rank several important player factors at a glance.

They also provide recaps of the gameweek just gone, as well as studies of captaincy and fixtures.

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