Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Gameweek 15 Rankings

I've decided to start posting these rankings as soon as possible each week to help everyone with transfer as well as lineup decisions. I can then follow up later in the week with injury news etc. Therefore I will include players on the assumption they will play unless they are definately out through long term injury or suspension.

Clean Sheet Rankings
  1. Tottenham
  2. Man Utd
  3. West Ham
  4. Aston Villa
  5. Arsenal
  6. Everton
  7. Wigan
  8. Man City
  9. Bolton
  10. Fulham
  11. Wolves
  12. Chelsea
  13. Sunderland
  14. Stoke
  15. Newcastle
  16. Birmingham
  17. Liverpool
  18. West Brom
  19. Blackburn
  20. Blackpool
Attacking rankings
  1. Bolton
  2. Man Utd
  3. Everton
  4. Tottenham
  5. Fulham
  6. Chelsea
  7. Man City
  8. Wolves
  9. Newcastle
  10. Sunderland
  11. Birmingham
  12. Blackpool
  13. Stoke
  14. West Ham
  15. West Brom
  16. Aston Villa
  17. Arsenal
  18. Wigan
  19. Blackburn
  20. Liverpool
Captain Stats
  1. Rafael van der Vaart - Averaging 9.4 PPG at home and 9.5 PPG against opponents who concede between 1 and 1.5 GPG. The form player in the league and close to must own right now.
  2. Nani - Averaging 8.67 PPG at home and 9.75 PPG against opponents averaging more than 1.5 GPG. His great form should continue.
  3. Carlos Tevez - Great at home (8.5 PPG) and against mid level opponents (7.17 PPG). The best premium striker by some distance at the moment.
  4. Didier Drogba - Only scoring 5 PPG away from Stamford Bridge and 5.67 PPG against mid level opponents. A solid but unspectacular play again this week.
  5. Fernando Torres - Putting 6.33 PPG on tough opponents but has been brutal away from home (3.14 PPG). A huge risk this week.
  6. Florent Malouda - Terrible away from home (3.29 PPG) and only okay against mid level opponents. Does not deserve serious fantasy consideration at the moment.

5 comments:

Andrew said...

THanks for getting it up early this week.

My dilemma for the week is which two to play out of Toure, Carroll, Adam and Etherington. Right now I've got Toure and Carroll in with Adam as my first sub. I don't expect much of anything from any of them this week.

wombat said...

Does anyone know whats going on with Elmohamady?

He has only played 1 min and 6 min in the last 2 weeks but does not show as an injured.

Also many thanks for a great site it helps a great deal

Chris Glover said...

Andrew - Of those four I would rank them:

Toure (assuming you mean Kolo)
Caroll
Etherington
Adam

I think City are a good play this week as mancini will play it safe no doubt. The other three look risky so I would play the best player and that's Carroll. He's already scored against Arsenal and Villa so he can hang with the big boys and with Terry out and Alex hobbled Chelsea at home doesn't look too terrifying these days.

Wombat - Elmo's problem is that Bruce has moved to a 4-4-2 with Gyan, Bent and even Wellbeck in good form. You then have Henderson, Malbranque, Zenden, and Richardson all capable of playing wide so Elmo has serious competition on the flanks.

The real killer for Elmo owners is that Bruce seems to like bringing him on as a sub, hence you dare not start him as your sub might not get in the game if Elmo gives you 1 minute. Until further notice or a switch in tactics I think he needs to be sold now.

Shedboy said...

Hi, Chris!
Fabregas is out for 3 weeks, Elmo and Boateng are rotation risk. Is it time to use wildcard? If yes, then who is the best replacement of the 3?
I like City defense and i think Kolarov is the best option.
Also which goalkeeper pairing is the best for the future(until next wildcard)?
Thank you!

wombat said...

Many thanks for that Chris
(its hard to find out info down under and its my first year in PFF)
I have found your site a great help.

Is there a place online where I can check the teams that are pick and playing each week?