Trends From the Top- What are the League Leaders Doing? A look to GW 7.

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Trends From The Top Gameweek 6

Welcome to this week’s edition of Trends From the Top. Last week we saw a lot of our current “leaders” rise to the top by taking advantage of the new chips. What trends did we see this week? What are the leaders doing and will they continue to maintain their leads?

Who was the most captained player by the top ten for Gameweek 6?
This week, 50% of top managers wisely selected Mahrez (22 points) as their captain pick. And while in hindsight this makes sense, and many of us wish we had done the same, two of these managers actually initially selected Silva over him and had Mahrez as their vice captain choice. 20% of our leaders selected Aguero (10 points) and Wilson (14 points) while the remaining manager chose Pelle (26 points but again this also a vice captain choice to Silva).

 What recent trend have most of the top managers been deploying?
In researching this week’s leaders, it was interesting to see that once again, most managers have used many if not all of their chips! 3 of the top 10 have exhausted ALL of their chips and the manager currently holding the 5th position also deployed their wildcard in gameweek 3.
 What are some other interesting findings regarding the leaders?
– Only 3 of this week’s managers were in the Top Ten for gameweek 5.

– The best finish for any of these players was 61,276 (manager in 8th).

– Our current leader’s best finish was 374,049 and he has played for 8 seasons. (He sure gets bragging rights for this week but his reign will possibly be short-lived).

– 3 of the top players have no past season experience.

– I tend to be of the opinion that research, knowledge, analysis and a bit of luck help propel folks to the top. I also believe that top performers have a history of repeated success. Therefore, I would be most shocked if any of these players made it beyond the next few weeks in the FF top 10.

 Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 6?
Goalkeepers: For this past gameweek 50% of the top managers selected Cech while 10% had Hart, Butland, Mignolet, Boruc and de Gea.

Defenders: This week we saw 18 defenders make the cut for top managers. Interestingly enough, Kolarov (80%) was the only defender with an ownership rate of over 50%. Azpilicueta came in at 40% while Koscielny, Fonte and Smalling were the next most popular picks with 20% ownership followed by Cresswell, Darmian, Martin, Jagielka, Alderweireld, Sagna, Targett, Skrtel, Richards, Ivanovic, Bellerin, Francis, and Amavi each with 10%.

Midfielders: When you look at midfielders, the top 10 managers had 14 different picks with Mahrez being the most popular with 100% ownership followed by Ayew, Barkley and Yaya Toure at 40%, Wijnaldum and Payet at 30% and Tadic, Mata and Pedro at 20%. Several others managed only 10% of the vote such as Coutinho, Walcott, Ozil, Sanchez, and Sako

Forwards: This week, the front line consisted of a whopping 11 picks among the top managers which seems to indicate that such spots are not yet solidified. Pelle came in with 60% while Wilson was the next popular pick as he received 40%. Benteke, Vardy and Gomiswere selected by 30% of the top managers with Aguero receiving just 20% and Lukaku, Martial, Defoe and Ighalo each receiving 10% a piece.

In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 6 were not many. They were Cech, Kolarov, Mahrez and Pelle as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher.

Other interesting facts:
Other interesting facts:

– The average score for Gameweek 6 among the top 10 was 61.6 points which is 20.6 points above average for the week.

– England dominated the leader board as 30% of the top 10 were from England. The remaining three countries were Poland (currently in 5th), Ireland (10%), Denmark (10%), Indonesia (10%), Ivory Coast (10%), Italy (10%) and Malaysia (10%).

– The average team value was £101.5 with £100 being the lowest team value and £102.5 being the highest value.

– 11 points separates 1st place from 10th.

Best of luck in Gameweek 7!

Trends From the Top- What Are the League Leaders Doing? A look to Gameweek 33.

After a small bit of a hiatus, I welcome you to this week’s edition of Trends From the Top.  For Gameweek 32, the trends demonstrated that the popular picks were not necessarily the fortuitous ones. While 100% of the top managers had Chelsea’s Hazard on the field, only 30% gave him the armband.  Let’s take a deeper look at what our leaders did for Gameweek 32.

Who was the most captained player by the top ten for Gameweek 32?

This week, 70% of top managers selected Kane as their captain pick.  With a hat trick in GW 30 (17 points) and 2 goals in GW 28 (13 points), Kane did indeed seem to be the logical choice but unfortunately, as we know, Kane only yielded 4 points altogether as captain.

Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 32?

Goalkeepers:  40% of the top selected Pantillimon (0 points) while 30% played Myhill (1 point) followed by Hart (1 point), Guzan (9 points) and Mignolet (7 points), each with an ownership of 10%.

Defenders:  As usual, we saw a plethora of defenders played by the top ten; a total of 12 different players.  Terry was the most popular as 8 of the 10 managers selected him.  Terry was followed by Dawson (50% ownership), Ivanovic (40%), Bellerin, Fonte and Alderweield (20%).  The remaining defenders were the following all with 10% ownership: Wollscheid, van Aanholt, Moreno, Rose, Scott and Clyne.

It is interesting to note that while Dawson was selected by 50%, he only has an ownership rate 1.4% and for £4.6 he may be a good differential should he manage to keep clean sheets.  It is important to note however that his remaining fixtures are not easy ones as he’s up against Crystal Palace, Liverpool, Manchester United, (Newcastle), Chelsea and Arsenal.  He would therefore not be on my list of folks to transfer in.

Midfielders:  When you look at midfielders, the top 10 managers had 9 different picks with several getting only 10% of the vote such as Cazorla, Mane and Waters.  100% of managers selected Hazard followed by Silva at 90%, Eriksen at 80%, Sanchez at 70% and Boyd at 20%.

Forwards:  This week, the front line consisted of only 6 picks among the top managers.  90% had Kane followed by Aguero at 90%, Murray at 30%, and Giroud Benteke at 20% and Ideye at 10%.

Here again we see something interesting;  Murray from Crystal Palace was selected by 30% of top managers and one can only suspect that this is in anticipation for GW 34 which has only 14 teams playing.  With an impressive record, 38 points in the past three gameweek’s, he is clearly in form and a super differential.  He is currently priced at £5.2m and has an ownership of only 2.4%!

In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 32 were Terry, Dawson, Sanchez, Eriksen , Silva, Hazard, Kane and Aguero as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher.

How many players do the top 10 have for GW 33?

Knowing that we have an interesting gameweek in which only 14 teams play, I wondered the following:  “How many players will the top managers play for GW 33?”  Clearly one would want a full 11 but knowing that GW 34 could potentially yield great results for Cheslea, Liverpool, Hull and Leicester, I decided to take a look.  All top managers will have a full team of 11.  While 80% of them already have a team of 10 or higher, the remaining two players currently have 9 (along with free transfers).  As a manager with a team of only 7, I am somewhat concerned.  The challenge for many managers will be sorting through these next two gameweeks…good luck!

What do we know about our #1 fantasy football leader?

Our current leader, Atletico Marchid**(Simon March) of Singapore has NOT deployed his wildcard.  This is huge and with a current lead of 25 points, I definitely see this as a secret weapon (although this is no secret).  He has the upper-hand and I do predict that he will come out victorious.  Simon also has a rather impressive fantasy football track record.  In 2011/2012 he finished 6436 and in 2012/2013 he finished 3,833.  Simon has maintained the #1 position for 9 weeks and has been in the top 10 for 15 weeks.

Other interesting facts:

  • The average score for Gameweek 32 among the top 10 was 56.1 points which is only 10.1 points above average for the week.
  • Red Star Donetsk of the USA and currently in the 9th position also has his wildcard available.
  • England has made a comeback as they currently represent 40% of the leader board.
  • The remaining countries represented in the top 10 are Singapore, Algeria, Australia, Pakistan, USA and Germany

Hope this was useful!

Best of luck in Gameweek 33!

@bekachan

Trends from the Top- What are the League Leaders Doing? A Look to Gameweek 30.

For the FIRST time in Trends from the Top history…read on!

Here we are approaching Gameweek 30 and once again, welcome to another edition of Trends From The Top- What Are The League Leaders Doing? Are there any interesting trends or changes affecting our top players? Let’s take a look.

Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 30?

Goalkeepers:  For Gameweek 29 the top ten were divided among three goalkeepers, those being, Foster (50%), Pantilimon (40%) and Lloris (10%).

Please note: Foster is out for a knee injury and expected back April 18th.

Defenders:  This week 12 defenders made the cut for the top 10 fantasy football managers. Terry (2 points) topped the charts with 80% ownership followed by Dawson with 60%, Ivanovic, van Aanholt with 30%, Clyne and Naughton with 20% and Walker, Jagielka, Fonte, Lescott, Jones and Bertrand with 10% ownership a piece.

Midfielders:  8 midfielders were selected by our top ten for Gameweek 29 and both Hazard (2 points) and Silva (2 points) were the top picks coming in at 100% ownership.  60% had Sanchez (2 points) and Eriksen (2 points), 40% Ozil, 20% Puncheon and 10% Mahrez and Cazorla.

Forwards:  This week only 4 forwards made the list. 100% had both Kane (2 points) and Aguero (2 points), 60% Austin (2 points), and 40% Giroud.

In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 24 were Foster, Terry, Dawson, Hazard, Silva, Sanchez, Eriksen, Kane, Aguero and Austin as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher.

Coincidently, if you too had selected these players, you would have noticed that NONE of them scored more than 2 points for gameweek 29!

Who was the #1 Captain Pick for Gameweek 29?

I am somewhat surprised that 70% of the top managers selected Aguero as he has failed to deliver in the pat couple of weeks but when Man City plays Leicester and Burnley, you expect a little bit more out of him. The remaining 3 players selected Giroud, Ozil and Austin.

For the FIRST time in Trends From the Top History…

The top ten fantasy managers performed WORSE than the pool average! Again, I have never seen this in 3 years but the GW 29 average was 38. Our top managers averaged an abysmal 32 points. (-6 points below the average). I am not entirely sure what this means but it is nonetheless quite interesting. And hopefully you too are experiencing a move up in the ranks as the top players in your league make bad calls.

Other interesting facts:

  • England tops the charts and represents 40% of the top players while Singapore takes the top spot. Australia (20%), Serbia, Algeria and Pakistan wrap up the top spots via country.
  • Not too much here but keep in mind the upcoming double gameweek with QPR and Aston Villa.

Best of luck in Gameweek 30!

@bekachan

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Trends From the Top- What are the League Leaders Doing? A look to Gameweek 29.

After a few weeks of being offline but certainly not away from the television, it’s great to be back with another edition of Trends From The Top- What Are The League Leaders Doing? Last week was certainly interesting as QPR and Tottenham had a double gameweek. Folks either fared well if they captained Kane or fared poorly if they selected Aguero. The Top Ten players all selected Kane and all brought home a score of 85 points or higher. This week we’re back to the usual 10 matches. So, let’s take a look at the current trends. Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 28? Goalkeepers:  This week Pantillimon (3 points) and Foster (2 points) were the popular picks as each had an ownership of 40%. Lloris (5 points) from the Spurs was selected by 1 top manager along with Green of QPR (5 points). The best choice for GW 28 was in fact, Forster of Southampton as he brought in 7 points. Defenders:  As usual, we saw a myriad of defenders chosen by the top ten. A total of 12 different players were selected with some more popular than others.  Terry was the most popular pick as he was selected by 70% of top managers. Dawson was the next popular choice coming in with 50%. Bellerin and Cylne were the next popular as each were selected by 40%. Ivanovic had an ownership rate of 30% followed by Bertrand at 20% and Wolischeld, Fonte, Lescott, Walker and van Aanholt each with 10%. The best picks for GW 28 came from Stoke and Arsenal with Bardsley collecting 12 points, Wilson with 8 points and Gibbs with 11 points. Midfielders:  When you look at midfielders, the top 10 managers had only 8 different picks with several getting only 10% of the vote such as Puncheon, Coutinho and Moses.  100% of managers selected Hazard and Silva while 90% had Erikson and 60% had Sanchez. Cazorla captured 30% of the pool. Forwards:  This week, the front line consisted of only 4 picks among the top managers.  100% had Kane (and 100% gave Kane the armband due to double gameweek) and 100% also selected Aguero.  Austin was chosen by 70% and Giroud by 30% In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 28 were Terry, Dawson, Silva, Hazard, Erikson, Sanchez, Kane, Aguero and Austin as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher. 50% of the top 10 have indeed initiated their wildcard! With a double gameweeks for Chelsea and Southampton followed by Arsenal and West Ham, it will be curious to see how these top 5 fair at the end of the gameweek and if they jump ahead. Other interesting facts:

  • The average score for Gameweek 28 among the top 10 was 87.9 points, which is a whopping 29.9 points above the overall average for the week.
  • Singapore takes the top spot followed by Pakistan, England, Serbia, (more folks from England), Australia (2), Algeria and India.

Best of luck in Gameweek 29! @bekachan

Trends From The Top- What Are The Leaders Doing? A Look to GW 22.

Trends From The Top- What Are The Leaders Doing?

After a small bit of a hiatus, I welcome you to this week’s edition of Trends From the Top.  For Gameweek 21, the trends showed that the popular picks were indeed the wise ones. And although 90% of top managers captained Hazard and made a most unfortunate selection, 100% had Sanchez (19 points) on their team.

Who was the most captained player by the top ten for Gameweek 21?

As just mentioned, the “pick of the week” was Hazard who, as we know, only yielded 3 points (6 if given the armband).  This shows that sometimes, it pays to take a risk and pick another player especially if you are looking to make a leap up the leaderboard.

Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 15?

Goalkeepers:  For gameweek 21, the most popular goalie was Guzan as he was selected by 40% of the top ten.  Foster received 30% followed by Heaton, De Gea and Pantilimon each with 10%.  I find it interesting to note that while Foster was selected by 30% of top managers, his overall ownership rate is only 6.3%.

Defenders:  When we look at defenders for Gameweek 21, we see two dominant players.  Terry and Hutton were each selected by 6 of the top managers.  Zabaleta and Baines were chosen by 30% of the best followed by Skrtel, Wisdom, Taylor and Trippier at 20% and van Aanholt, Shackell, Azpilicueta, and Ivanovic with 10% each.  It is very odd to see only 12 defenders in the mix and with Hutton’s next fixtures against Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea, I would imagine him accumulating some bench time.

Midfielders:  When you look at midfielders, the top 10 managers had only 8 different picks. 100% selected both Hazard and Sanchez followed by Silva with 60%, Sigurdsson with 50%, Fabregas with 20% and Chadli, Downing and Di Maria each with 10% ownership.

Forwards:  This week, only 6 forwards made the cut. 80% of our leaders had Costa (59.4% ownership), Kane (34.2% ownership) and Austin(28.5% ownership).  Benteke received 30% while Ings and Giroud came in with 10% ownership.

In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 21 were Terry, Hutton, Sigurdsson, Sanchez, Hazard, Silva, Costa, Kane and Austin as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher.

A differential to look at based on % is Foster.  His next 3 fixtures are Everton (A), Tottenham (H) and Burnley (A).

Who were the most traded in and traded out players for Gameweek 21?

11 trades were made from the top 10 players and no patterns were seen amongst the players going in or out.  Understandably, Yaya Toure was traded out by 3 managers and replaced by Sigurdsson, Fabregas and Di Maria.  Bony was also traded out by 2 managers and replaced with Kane and Giroud.

Other interesting facts:

  • The average score for Gameweek 21 among the top 10 was 69 points which is an impressive 17 points above average for the week.
  • We saw a lot of diversity this week when looking at the nationalities of our top 10 managers. 2 players were from England while 8 other nations were represented.  India is in the top position followed by Hong Kong, Singapore, Serbia, Bulgaria, Australia and Algeria!

So there’s a look at Gameweek 21.

Will knowing any of this information, impact or influence and fantasy football trades?  Let us know in the comment section below and as always, best of luck in Gameweek 22!

@bekachan

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Trends From the Top- What are the League Leaders Doing? A review of GW 11 as we enter GW 12.

100% of the top managers had Aguero on their team. 80% had him as Captain for GW 11.

100% of the top managers had Aguero on their team.
80% had him as Captain for GW 11.

Trends From The Top- What Are The Leaders Doing?

Welcome to this week’s edition of Trends From the Top. With nearly 2 weeks off, it feels as though the last round of matches was eons ago and with that came our share of injuries and red cards.  While we can reflect to see what top managers did, it will be interesting to see what they do with players such as Baines and Fabregas.

Who was the most captained player by the top ten for Gameweek 11?

For gameweek 11, choosing the correct captain was key to the success of your team.  80% of the top managers chose wisely and selected Aguero thus bringing home 26 points while the remaining two managers selected Pelle.

Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 11?

Goalkeepers:  For this past gameweek 40% of managers had Krul.  20% had Foster and 10% selected Forster, Heaton, Guzan and Begovic.

Defenders:  This week we saw only 8 defenders make the cut for top managers.  Baines and Clyne were the most popular picks as they were selected by 80% of managers while Chambers came in at 50%.  Duff had 30% ownership, Naughton (will be back Dec. 3rd) 20% and Bertrand Coloccini and Chester at 10%.

Midfielders:  When you look at midfielders, the top 10 managers had 9 different picks. Sanchez had 100% ownership while Downing and Chadi were the next most popular picks with 50% ownership.  Hazard, Fabregas and Sigurdsson each had 40% while Tadic had 30%, Di Maria 20% and Sterling 10%.

Forwards:  This week, the front line consisted of 7 picks among the top managers.  Aguero had 100% ownership followed by Pelle at 90%, Costa at 40%, Welbeck at 30%, Lukaku at 20% and Berahino and Sakho wrapping up the group at 10% a piece.

In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 8 were Baines, Clyne, Chambers, Sanchez, Downing, Chadi, Pelle and Aguero as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher.

Other interesting facts:

  • The average score for Gameweek 7 among the top 10 was 80.6 points which is 27.6 points above average of 52 for the week.
  • Our top manager is from Hong Kong and 2 players from Hong Kong led the leader board as they placed in the top 10.  The remaining three countries were England (30%), Bulgaria, India, Australia, Norway and Poland.

Will Baines still remain?  What will the midfield look like for GW 12 among top players?

Have a great fantasy football GW 12!

@bekachan

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Trends From the Top- What are the League Leaders Doing? A look to GW 11.

9 of the top 10 fantasy managers had Sanchez for GW 10.  8 of them gave Sanchez the armband.

9 of the top 10 fantasy managers had Sanchez for GW 10. 8 of them gave Sanchez the armband.

Trends From The Top- What Are The Leaders Doing?

Welcome to this week’s edition of Trends From the Top. What are the leaders doing and what will they being doing?  One outstanding occurrence from GW 10 in regard to the top managers is that their average score was twice as much as the overall average of the entire population!  I personally have never seen this.  The overall average was 46 points while the average of the top 10 managers was 95.1!

Who was the most captained player by the top ten for Gameweek 10?

This week, 80% of top managers correctly selected Sanchez  as their captain and in doing so, brought in 32 points on him alone.  Due to their correct analysis and correct selection, many of these managers rose to the top to claim new top positions in the league.  Welbeck and Costa were the remaining two captain picks.

Who were the most popular players chosen by the top ten for Gameweek 10?

Goalkeepers:  40% of the top 10 played Krul while 30% played Foster, 20% Begovic and 10% De Gea.

Defenders:  This past gameweek we didn’t see much variety along the backline as only 10 defenders made the cut.  Chambers was the most popular pick with 90% selection (and bringing in a whopping 18 points) followed by Baines and Clyne with 60% , Bertrand at 20% and Wisdom, Naughton, Taylor, Duff, Gibbs and Alderwereld each at 10%.

It is interesting to note that 9 out of 10 managers had enough insight to select Chambers.  While he has a 90% ownership rate from the top 10, his overall % of managers is only 14.6%.

Midfielders:  When you look at midfielders, the top 10 managers had 11 different picks.  Sanchez was the must-have as 90% had him onboard followed by Tadic and Hazard at 50%, Sterling and Di Maria at 40%, Downing at 30%, Chadi, Fabregas and Sigurdsson at 20% and Oscar and Barkley at 10%.

Forwards:  This week, the front line consisted of only 7 picks among the top managers.  90% had Aguero and Pelle while Costa had 40%, Berahino 30%, Welbeck 20%, and Lukaku and Ulloa each with 10%.

In summation, the Must-Haves for top managers for Gameweek 17 were Chambers, Baines, Clyne, Sanchez , Tadic, Hazard, Aguero and Pelle as they all had an ownership rate of 50% or higher.

Other interesting facts:

  • The average score for Gameweek 10 among the top 10 was 95.1 points which is an amazing 49.1 points above average for the week.
  • Managers from Hong Kong currently hold the 1st and 10th place spots of the leaderboard.
  • England came back to grab control once again of the leader board.  40% of the top managers were from England followed by Hong Kong at 20%, Namibia, India, Australia, and Singapore each with 10%.

Best of luck in Gameweek 11!

@bekachan

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