100 Unbreakable Laws of FPL

Fantasy Premier League is a popular online game where players can create and manage their own virtual teams of real-life Premier League football players. The game typically runs for the duration of the Premier League season and allows players to select a squad of 15 players, with a budget of £100m to spend. Each week, players can make transfers and pick a starting 11 for their team, earning points based on their players’ performances in real-life matches. The aim of the game is to accumulate as many points as possible throughout the season and compete against other players in private or public leagues.

The game is so popular that there are more than 8 million registered players on the site. So how does one become proficient in the game. Thats where we come in…Nairavibe.com presents: 100 Unbreakable FPL rules part 1.

Since the aim of the game is to accumulate the highest number of points, therefore rule number

1. Ensure thay you have at least 3-5 of the highest scoring players from the previous or current season depending on when you join. If wishes were horses one would simply buy the 11 top scoring players, but it doesn’t work that way.

2. Always check the FPL website ahead of deadline and update team accordingly.

3. Since strikers and midfielders general score more points than defenders, it’s wise to field no more than 3 defenders if circumstances allow.

4. Except the fixture difficulty rating is exceptionally favorable it’s not advisable to field more than one defender from the same team, because 1 goal conceded by thay team will cost you more points.

5. Still on defenders, it goes without saying that choice of defenders should be from teams that keep the highest clean sheets. A little research of the league table and fixtures history will help in this regard.

6. Your teams goal keeper should be from a team that has a good defensive record and has a good saves making record.

7. When picking players you don’t know so well, due to budgetary constraints always check their FPL points history in making a final decision.

8. Still on points history, pick regular starters for their teams, a little research of players point history and team fixture history will help.

9. Consider players disciplinary record and tendency to pick up cards in team selection.

10. If its not broken don’t fix it. Don’t make game week purcahses if you don’t have to, having extra free transfer in a game week can be very helpful. That brings us to the end of part 1! Watch out for part 2.

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