#IFCT Road To Indian FPL Glory Mini-League Update GW4

#IFCT Mini League Update

Spurs played 3 games in a week and looked fresher than most teams, Aston Villa had their biggest victory since the mid 1930’s and while the total number of penalties due to handballs has reduced the overall number of goals has continued to surprise us.

The competitive advantage that the top teams has commanded over the last few seasons seems diminished this time around. It seems an even playing field and defensive errors has led to a thrashing of teams no matter how good the pedigree. This is not only the case in the EPL but was also seen in the Bundesliga in the 2 GW’s.

Many FPL managers rushed to their Wildcard last week and even more are looking to take advantage of the IB with price rises as they feel they have understood the direction their team needs to take.

We continue to advise caution against reactive moves and can only hope that our research is helping you make well thought out consistent moves. As our core team member Shom Biswas stated on the chat – Luck even outs, bad moves do not.

No. of participating Managers: 302

The league average (Top 5 managers) is: 288.00

Our League leader is: Harsha Pandya.





We wish our participants all the best!

We look forward to more managers joining us till the GW9 deadline. If you submit the League Google Form via the registration page we will email the details to join. This process is mandatory.

Good Luck!

#GFCT Team.

Credit: Premier Fantasy Tools & Live FPL

Published by Ajit Dhillon

Living life to the fullest! A father to Ahaan and husband to Ayesha. Creator of the GFCT Project, Chats & Mini Leagues! A financial market participant by profession who absolutely loves sports! I'm a die hard Real Madrid Fan who loves playing Fantasy Football!

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