1. Follow the Latest Football News
The Premier League is constantly changing and evolving, so it's important to stay up to date with the latest news and transfers. This will help you make informed decisions about which players to pick and which ones to leave out.
2. Plan Ahead! Assess Upcoming Fixtures When Making Moves
Take time to research upcoming fixtures and plan ahead. Analyze each team’s form and focus on players who are likely to perform well in the coming weeks. This will help you identify the best players to add to your team.
3. Attention to Price Changes
Player prices are constantly changing and you need to monitor them in order to make the most of your transfers. Pay attention to price changes and use them to your advantage to save money and get the best players for your team.
4. Minimize Knee-Jerk Reactions
It can be tempting to make knee-jerk transfers in response to a player’s performance in the most recent game. Instead, focus on their overall form and potential for the upcoming weeks. If you’re looking for an edge, use stats to help you make your decisions.
5. Make Your Transfers Later in the Week
Waiting until later in the week to make transfers can increase your chances of success. This will give you more time to assess the form of players and the upcoming fixtures.
6. Stats, Stats and More Stats
Stats are the key to success in Fantasy Football. Use stats to assess the form of players, analyze upcoming fixtures and make informed decisions.
7. Ignore Allegiances
It’s important to ignore allegiances when making transfers. Don’t be tempted to pick a player just because you support the same team. Focus on the facts and make decisions based on their performance and potential.
8. Use Your Chips Wisely
You have a limited number of chips to use during the season, so it’s important to use them wisely. Consider factors such as upcoming fixtures and player form to get the most out of your chips.
9. Don’t Try and Be Too Clever
It can be tempting to make risky transfers in the hope of gaining an advantage. Instead, focus on the basics and use stats to assess the form of players and upcoming fixtures.