#GFCT Road To Global FPL Glory Mini-League Update GW7

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The highest scoring player for the GW was James Ward-Prowse with 17 points, having scored two beautiful free kicks.

The total xG for all teams in first 4 GW’s stood at 119 where as the number of goals stood at 144. Now with an xG of 81 the total number of goals stand at 77 for the last 3 GW’s. As always at a team level the numbers usually revert to the xG and so this is not a surprise. The over performance on the number of goals being scored has reduced and is now in line with what the data suggests.

Teams like MNU, MCI, CHE who were very porous in the first 4 GW’s have become much better defensively over the last 3 GW’s and this is being seen in the transfer market with defensive transfers towards their assets.

Current transfer trends continue to be towards budget defensive assets with most of money flowing to the midfield.

We continue to advise patience due to UCL/EUL competitions starting which may lead to injuries.

Please find the league update below:

No. of participating Managers: 626

The league average (Top 5 managers) is: 473.00

Our League leader is: Boonyarit Keawaram.





We wish our participants all the best!

We look forward to more managers joining. 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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