Stats Behind GW3

The Stats Behind Gameweek 3

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Attacking Stats for gameweek 3

There were 20 individual goalscorers in GW3 and 17 individual assist providers.

19 players created 1 Big Chance each.

Xherdan Shaqiri (Stoke) made the most number of Key Passes- 7. He was followed by Robbie Brady (Burnley), Tommy Smith (Huddersfield), and Ben Davies (Spurs) who each made 5.

Tommy Smith (Huddersfield), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), Chris Brunt (West Brom), and Daley Blind (Man Utd) topped the charts for Open Play Crosses, each making 3.

Defensive Stats for gameweek 3

Analysing the defensive capabilities, Ben Mee (Burnley) made the most number of Clearances, Blocks, and Interceptions- 20, the most in gameweek 3. He was followed by Ryan Shawcross (Stoke) and Ashley Williams (Everton) who made 17 and 16 CBI’s respectively.

Alberto Moreno (Liverpool) made the most number of Tackles – 6. Chancel Mbemba made 4 while 11 other players made 3 tackles each.



Goalkeeper Stats for gameweek 3

Only 1 goalkeeper scored double digit FPL points (11) in gameweek 3, and that was Fraser Forster (Southampton). 1 penalty was saved- by Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester).

3 goalkeepers made 6 saves each, the most in gameweek 3- Fraser Forster (Southampton), Asmir Begovic (Bournemouth), and Petr Cech (Arsenal).

 

Bonus Points for gameweek 3

In terms of the Bonus Point System, the top 4 were all Liverpool players. Roberto Firmino topped the BPS charts with 51 points, he was followed by Joseph Gomez, Alberto Moreno, and Mohamed Salah.

 

Don’t forget to check out the latest FPL Stats before you finalize your squad. And as always, MAY YOUR ARROWS BE GREEN!

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