Get ahead of your Fantasy Premier League rivals by using these essential tools for FPL success.
There’s a wide range of tools available to support managing for FPL team throughout the season.
Before checking out the Fantasy Premier League tools, make sure that you join the community in our Mini League. To be a part of The FF Community Shield, with scoring from Gameweek 1, manually enter our league code: gim566.
We have 11 retro shirts to giveaway over the course of the season, courtesy of Score Draw Retro. There’s 10 Manager of the Month prizes, plus a prize for the overall winner.
The FPL Fantassist provides an in-depth analysis of fixtures with these tools. There’s enhanced FDR charts, which will help fantasy managers to plan for short, medium and long term.
🧩Navigating #FPL Fixtures🧩
1.0) This thread aims to help you plan and navigate your team through the opening set of fixtures (GW1-8)
1. Enhanced Fixture Difficulty Rating (FDR) analysis
2. Long-term planning
3. Short-term planning
4. Medium-term planning pic.twitter.com/4Czcwv3USl
— The Fantassist (@FPLFantassist) July 31, 2019
Ben Dinnery’s Twitter feed and injury table over on Premier Injuries is an essential source for any FPL manager. There’s injury, suspension and fitness news throughout the season.
For the latest news on player availability
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) July 30, 2019
When building those teams for Gameweek 1, it’s important to have the in-depth data from last season easily to hand. FPL Secrets crunch all of the data in one of their tools.
As a reminder, last season's #FPL data is available on our free website 🙌
Create your own custom graphs on your laptop, including:
✅ Mins per Goal or Assist
✅ Frequency of Returns
✅ Team Comparison Matrix
And much more….
— Fantasy Football Secrets ⚽️📈 (@FPLSecrets) June 28, 2019
Premier Fantasy Tools has a fresh now looks this season to go alongside the wealth of tools. In particular, the Live FPL Rank and Mini-League Analyzer are great tools to be using for any keen manager.
— PremierFantasyTools (@PremierFPLTools) July 25, 2019
It’s not just data that can help us managers get ahead in FPL. The Who Got The Assist? Team have put together an excellent pre-season series on the psychology to adopt as a fantasy manager. The value report and talisman analysis are also worth reading.
Psychology & #FPL PRESEASON THREAD 🧠
I'll be adding the "Psychology Corner" articles here from me (plus some guest pieces from @ClaretFPL and @rogue_wee) throughout July and August
The guiding principle is accessibility 👍🏻
I hope you find it useful, enjoyable and interesting 😁 pic.twitter.com/FejzK7gTyA
— Who Got The Assist? (@WGTA_FPL) July 2, 2019
VALUE REPORT 🤑
In this *long form* article, I crunch the numbers and do the research to analyse the in-vogue concept of Value in #FPL 🧪
Settle in and enjoy – it's lengthy but hopefully definitive in understanding how value can help us pick our squads 👀https://t.co/BsOa3dmSIE
— Who Got The Assist? (@WGTA_FPL) July 26, 2019
TALISMAN THEORY – Part One, 2018/19 Report 🧿
In this *long form* article, I analyse the Talisman data from last season and examine the impacts for #FPL managers – both in deciding GW1 sides and during the season 📊👀
Likes and shares appreciated 💜https://t.co/mquBMX2JHo
— Who Got The Assist? (@WGTA_FPL) July 12, 2019
Set piece takers are always popular in Fantasy, especially with VAR about to hit the Premier League. Fantasy Football Pundits select their top 10 specialists to go alongside their more detailed table.
🥊 NEW #FPL ARTICLE 🥊
Here’s a look at 10 players who were heavily involved from set plays in the 2018/19, Fantasy Premier League season… 👇https://t.co/DfwxvE8CDA
— Fantasy Football Pundits (@FFPundits) July 25, 2019
Strategy FPL has created a free interactive spreadsheet for FPL managers to use throughout the season. It details the fixtures so that you can pinpoint when to use those all important transfers.
The FREE interactive spreadsheet will assist FPL managers in building their team and can be found 👉https://t.co/ZYeMX8k4Fk
🚔Navigate Fixture Difficulty
🔄Plan Transfers in Advance
🍟Implement Chip Strategies
📊Review 18/19 Performance pic.twitter.com/UNQrlN6ILi
— Strategy FPL (@StrategyFPL) July 23, 2019
Worldwide Fantasy Club’s website has a wealth of fantasy tools available on their website, including stat tables and analysis graphs on some of the top performers from last season.
🚨 FPL HISTORICAL DATA – NOW LIVE! 🚨
– 2018/19 FPL stat tables for 165 players
– four analysis graphs for each of the top 20 scoring players in each position
We hope you find this helpful in studying how players performed last season
— Worldwide Fantasy Club 🌏 (@WFC_17) June 28, 2019
Those managers who use Google Chrome when tinkering with their FPL teams will benefit from using this handy chrome extension which adds the next 5 fixtures under each selected squad player.
— FPL Tools Chrome ⚽ (@fpltoolschrome) July 3, 2019
FPL Tipz has put a huge amount of work into listing the predicted lineups of every Fantasy Premier League team in this helpful Twitter thread. It should help with that squad planning.
⚠️⚠️ PREDICTED LINEUPS⚠️⚠️
A THREAD of predicted lineups for all 20 premier league teams!!!
I hope this can help out some managers!
If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to comment!
Took me a while so Retweets will be appreciated! 😊😊😊😊
— FPLTIPZ (@FPLTIPZ) July 8, 2019
Finally, Fantasy Football Hub launch Ben Crellin’s fantastic FPL planning sheet. This compiles the blank and double gameweek fixtures and is EXCLUSIVE for Fantasy Football Hub members.
Hub members can get completely free access 🍾
Request a copy here ⤵️https://t.co/dzxE54o6ks
— Fantasy Football Hub (@FFootballHub) July 28, 2019
We are partnering up with Fantasy Football Hub for the coming season and for a limited time are giving away 10% off Fantasy Football Hub Membership – a fantastic subscription for those of you keen to start compiling those Gameweek 1 drafts!
You can join thousands of fantasy managers and access all our membership content for as little as £1.50p/m. Simply enter coupon code: FFCOM10 at checkout. Members can also take advantage of the fantastic £5,000 mini-league prize!