Any questions/queries/quibbles/quantum leaps in understanding?

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Hey lads, Matt again. Just posting a quick article to hopefully clear a few things up. If there’s anything you are unsure about in the world of fantasy EPL, or soccer (football) for that matter just let me know in the comments below and I will add them to my article, ready to be posted tomorrow morning as I know there are a few newcomers here. Hopefully by doing this everyone should have a clear understanding of all the rules, and have little confusion of what we are talking about in each article. Don’t be afraid to comment, i’m sure a lot of people are thinking the same as you!

Cheers (@MattCraigDT)

8 comments on “Any questions/queries/quibbles/quantum leaps in understanding?

  1. Factor x

    the one thing that is annoying about the fpl scoring system is the players who don’t have the big stats are stuck with a score of 2 or 3 where in dream team theres a wide variety of scores no matter what….. but its all good and I suppose its part of the challenge to pick players who are going to be having big games

    • adzman78

      True, every point is cruical, every Bp, every assist. No yellows, with such low scores the little things matter, a 4pt trade hit can lose u the match

  2. mattcraigdt Post Author

    Exactly, it makes it pretty clear those players to stay away from and which ones to pick. We will continue to let you guys know who not to pick and who to have on your radar. I talk about this exact problem in my next article so hopefully you should be fine.

  3. kujo

    I played a little lat year and the trading confused me. when i traded out a player, i had less money to work with than what he was worth. can you tell me why?

    • mattcraigdt Post Author

      For sure, when a player goes up in price you don’t recieve each raise in price. Roughly every second rise in price your players value will increase. This is to stop people from jumping on board a player for one week to catch a price rise befoe jumping off, also wildcards force this into play. It may seem stupid but it must be done and we need to work around it. Dont just trade a player in to catch his price rise because it most likely won’t be worth it, however if you feel a player you want may rise in price don’t hesitate as you may not be able to afford them come the next day.

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