FPL Statistics

Every point in FPL is essential! Use our range of free FPL stats to get an advantage over your competitors and win your mini-league. The stats are free to use for every FPL manager.   

We offer various FPL stats, from attacking form right to Goalkeeper Form. Enjoy! 

Key passes, Open play crosses, tackles made, saves made… how many times have you heard these terms?? How many times have you wished you could get these FPL stats?? Wouldn’t they make your FPL decisions so much better? Wouldn’t they give you an edge over your opponents? Wouldn’t you be in a way better position to win your mini-league now? Well, stop worrying because this is exactly what we are going to give you: FPL Statistics which you cannot get anywhere, and which you have been waiting to get.

 

So which FPL stats are you actually going to find on this website?

First off, you are going to get a favourite of any FPL manager: Attacking Statistics. These FPL statistics show you all related attacking stats for every player, in any positions, in every team.

You can see stats like Key passes, Open play crosses, Big chances created, assists and goals. A ‘Key Pass’ is a pass that leads to a shot on goal. Open Play Crosses are exactly what the name suggests- crosses made in open play! A Big Chance created on the other hand is a chance created “where a player should reasonably be expected to score usually in a one-on-one scenario or from very close range” (Source: http://optasports.com/news-area/blog-optas-event-definitions.aspx) You better know what an assist and goal is!

So how do you use these FPL statistics to your advantage? Simple, it can help you find which midfielder makes the most key passes, or which winger makes the most number of crosses. And how exactly does that help? Let’s give you an example: Say you have only £5.5m left in the bank and you want the best midfielder, all you have to do is filter the table and select the price, choose the position- Midfielder and there you have it: Player ABC ranks first for Key Passes and third for Open play crosses while Player XYZ ranks second for both, now compare it to the Total Points scored by each player (Also shown alongside in the table!) and see who comes out on top!

 



Up Next: Defensive Statistics.

Too many FPL managers tend to ignore their defensive lineups, and as a result, lose out on a few precious points. Using these FPL stats will help you avoid that. Here we provide you with CBI’s- Clearances, Blocks, and Interceptions (Please tell me you don’t need an explanation for that), Clean Sheets, and Goals Conceded. This doesn’t really sound like much, but when you realize that for every 2 CBI’s made a player scores 1 in the Bonus Point System, then you will realize the value of these FPL Statistics. Use these stats to figure out who is the most dependable defender waiting to be selected. Let me give you a quick example: Christopher Schindler of Huddersfield has kept 4 clean sheets in his first 8 matches, pretty cool huh? Well, he has also made 91 CBI’s (Currently 2nd) and 15 Tackles (Currently 1st) and sits with a total score of 32 and what’s the best part? He is priced at just £4.6m!! Where else are you going to find all these stats in one place… NOWHERE!

 

No, it doesn’t stop there… We offer a whole lot more. Our Goalkeeper FPL Statistics show you Saves, Clean sheets, Own Goals, and Penalties saved. As of now (Gameweek 8) 3 goalkeepers have saved 1 penalty each- Fraser Forster, Kasper Schmeichel and Simon Mignolet (Bet you didn’t know that).This table helps you select the perfect goalkeeper for your squad. You no longer have to go into each goalkeeper’s individual stats on the FPL website to check how many saves they’ve made- all you need to do is choose your price, and.. Wait there’s no and- that’s it! You now have a list of all goalkeepers for a certain price range, ranked according to Total Points, Saves, Penalties saved, Goals conceded and Clean Sheets kept.

 

We now come to the Bonus Points FPL Stats. This relatively small table shows you just two things, which we feel are important for every FPL manager: 1) Points scored according to the Bonus Point System 2) Actual Bonus Points scored.

So, what is the bonus point system? “The BPS utilises a range of statistics supplied by Opta that capture actions on the pitch, to create a performance score for every player.” Source (https://www.premierleague.com/news/106533) According to this performance, whoever comes out on top gets maximum bonus points for that game (3 BPs), the player coming second gets 2 and third gets 3.

 

How does a player earn points according to the Bonus Point System?

 

Playing 1 to 60 minutes 3

Playing over 60 minutes 6

Goalkeepers and defenders scoring a goal 12

Midfielders scoring a goal 18

Forwards scoring a goal 24

Assists 9

Goalkeepers and defenders keeping a clean sheet 12

Saving a penalty 15

Save 2

Successful open play cross 1

Creating a big chance (a chance where the receiving player should score) 3

For every 2 clearances, blocks and interceptions (total) 1

For every 3 recoveries 1

Key pass 1 Successful tackle (net*) 2

Successful dribble 1

Scoring the goal that wins a match 3

70 to 79% pass completion (at least 30 passes attempted) 2

80 to 89% pass completion (at least 30 passes attempted) 4

90%+ pass completion (at least 30 passes attempted) 6

Conceding a penalty -3

Missing a penalty -6

Yellow card -3

Red card -9

Own goal -6

Missing a big chance -3

Making an error which leads to a goal -3

Making an error which leads to an attempt at goal -1

Being tackled -1

Conceding a foul -1

Being caught offside-1

Shot off target-1

(Source: https://www.premierleague.com/news/106533)

 

Finally.. We also offer team statistics. Team stats are broken up into Attacking Team Stats and Defensive team stats. These FPL Statistics are useful because they can help you with your team rotation. You instantly know which teams are the most attacking ones as you can see the number of goals scored and the number of Big Chances created. On the other hand, you also know which teams are defensively the weakest. And how will you know this? Because we provide you with FPL Stats like Errors leading to goal attempts, Errors leading to goals, Clean Sheets, and Goals conceded.

 

Hope you enjoy using our stats, and May Your Arrows Be Green!

 

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