The FPL season so far in stats

The World Cup in Qatar has given FPL managers the opportunity to stop and reflect on their team. Normally at this stage in the Premier League season most managers would have already used their first Wildcard Chip and would be making do with free transfers and points hits until the second window opens. However, with the unlimited transfer window now open FPL managers can make wholesale changes if they want too. We run through the underlying stats of the season so far to help managers make informed decisions.

After 16 gameweeks so far this season the underlying stats are a really useful tool for FPL managers. With World Cup matches and a five week break in the season form could change but none the less looking at the stats is a great place for FPL managers to start when tinkering with their teams during the unlimited transfer window.

Most Clean Sheets

Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier (£5.9m) has kept the most clean sheets so far this season. The defender has registered nine so far. Ben White (£4.7m) and Fabian Schar (£4.9m) have both kept eight clean sheets. As has midfielder Miguel Almiron (£5.8m) although he only picks up the one point per clean sheet.

Goals Conceded

Of all the Premier League players the most goals have been conceded whilst Jefferson Lerma (£4.8m) has been on the pitch for Bournemouth. Chris Mepham (£4.4m) and Marcus Taverier (£4.9m) are second for goals conceded. They have been on the pitch when 31 goals have been scored against Bournemouth.

Penalties Saved

Dean Henderson (£4.7m) and Jose Sa (£5.0m) have saved the most penalties so far this season. Both goalkeepers have made two penalty saves. Three other goalkeepers have saved penalties so far this season, Emi Martinez (£4.9m), Alisson (£5.5m) and Lukas Fabianski (£5.0m).

Most Saves

David Raya (£4.6m) has made the most saves so far this season. The Brentford goalkeeper has made 64 saves. This is four more than Everton’s Jordan Pickford (£4.5m) who has made 60 so far. Bernd Leno (£4.5m) is third with 59 saves made so far.

Bonus Points Returned

Harry Kane (£11.6m) has earned more bonus points than any other player so far this season. The Spurs forward has registered 21 so far. Erling Haaland (£12.2m) is second with 19 bonus points, closely followed by Keiran Trippier (£5.9m) who has picked up 17.

Price Rises

Kieran Trippier’s (£5.9m) price has risen by more than any other player since the start of the season. The defender now costs £0.9m more than he did ahead of Gameweek 1. William Saliba (£5.3m) Miguel Alimiron (£5.8m) and Gabriel Martinelli (£6.8m) have all risen by £0.8m so far.

Price Falls

Jesse Lingard (£5.4m) and Pedro Neto’s (£4.9m) prices have both fallen by more than any other player so far this season. Both have dropped £0.6m in value.

Total Points

Erling Haaland (£12.2m) has returned the most points so far this season. The Man City forward has returned 123 points so far. Harry Kane (£11.6m) is the only other player to have returned over 100 points so far. The Spurs man has registered 102 points, with Kieran Trippier (£5.9m) in third with 96 points so far.


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